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  • Hello and welcome to the new-look Languages NSW blog!

    Welcome to our new-look blog, now hosted on Wix. 👋 We had to move over here, as our previous platform was having a few hiccups. The domain name is the same, but you'll notice a few changes - we no longer have language-specific pages, and subscribers can now leave comments. Since 2013, Languages NSW has been supporting language teachers in NSW with news about events, resources and professional learning, and that won't change. If the first few posts look familiar, that's because we're reposting anything relating to the new syllabuses. After that, it'll all be new and fresh! 😊 We look forward to providing you support.

  • Access and navigate the new languages K-10 digital syllabuses – how-to videos

    The new Modern Languages K-10 Syllabus and Classical Languages K-10 Syllabus are presented in digital format on the NSW Curriculum site. We've created 2 videos to show you how to access the curriculum, so you can see how to navigate the content and learn about some of the great new features. How to access the Modern Languages K-10 Syllabus How to access the Classical Languages K-10 Syllabus

  • New Modern Languages K-10 Syllabus - what's exciting?

    At the end of 2022, NESA published the new Modern Languages K-10 Syllabus, to be used to teach from 2024. Some of you may feel a little overwhelmed at a new syllabus, especially when the current language-specific K-10 syllabuses in NSW are still relatively new. We've had a look at the new syllabus and wanted to let you know that we genuinely love it! So much so, we created an infographic which summarises all the the things we love about it. You may want to print it off and put it on your staffroom wall, so you can start sharing a little of that excitement too. You could even use it as a stimulus to share what you're excited about, at a faculty or network meeting. Both NESA and the DoE are publishing support for the syllabus, so watch this space! the new syllabus is a simpler, more supportive document our teams will provide comprehensive support throughout 2023, to support you with your planning, ready to start implementation in 2024. The primary and secondary languages teams at the department have had a look through the syllabus and our initial reaction is ... genuine excitement! There is a lot to like about this new syllabus, and we thought we’d share with you some of the aspects we feel most excited about.​ Please read the infographic attached, and maybe even print it off for your staffroom wall, so that when you come back after the January holidays, you can start sharing a little of that excitement too.

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