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  • Want to learn all about the new Modern Languages K-10 Syllabus?

    The Languages and Culture team has just published the 'Modern Languages K–10 Syllabus – from planning to practice in Years 7–10' course on MyPL. This is a 1-hour Accredited PD course, comprised of 3 modules: Module 1: The Modern Languages K-10 Syllabus Module 2: Developing intercultural capability in modern languages Module 3: Task-based assessment and backward mapping (7-10). To access the course, search for AC00390 on MyPL. It is open teachers from all sectors.

  • New CCAFL syllabuses

    NESA has just released new Collaborative Curriculum and Assessment Framework for Languages (CCAFL) Continuers and in Context syllabuses for Armenian, Croatian, Dutch, Filipino, Hindi, Hungarian, Khmer, Macedonian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Russian, Serbian, Swedish, Tamil and Turkish. The syllabuses are available to schools in 2023 for planning and preparation, with implementation to commence from 2024. The syllabuses: are informed by latest research and reflect a modern approach to language learning focus on depth of learning to build students’ capacity in languages develop effective communication and intercultural competencies provide opportunities to explore and share personal, community and international perspectives through analysing and creating texts have an increased emphasis on the application of knowledge, understanding and skills. The new Stage 6 CCAFL Continuers and CCAFL in Context syllabuses can be accessed on the NESA website. Note: There is no change to Continuers syllabuses for other languages.

  • Programming guidelines and sample scope and sequences for Stages 4 and 5

    To support the new Modern Languages K-10 Syllabus, the Languages and Culture team has published: programming guidelines a sample scope and sequence for the Stage 4 mandatory 100 hours course a sample scope and sequence for Stage 5 200-hour elective courses. You can access support from the team at the NSW Department of Education website. Language-specific support will be published throughout 2023-2024. You may like to consider creating student-friendly versions of your scope and sequence document, to engage students in their learning - there are some samples below for consideration.

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