Year 5 - English

For teachers of Year 5 Australian Curriculum: Mathematics. The Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) has put together this Pinterest board to assist teachers to plan, teach, assess, and report using free quality digital curriculum resources.
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Queensland state school teachers should continue to access C2C materials via OneSchool.

Queensland state school teachers should continue to access materials via OneSchool.

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LITERACY STRAND - a Queensland handwriting resource for lower primary students. Contains a handbook to guide teachers in teaching handwriting in accordance with Queensland cursive and the literacy content descriptor

How to teach reading. This self-paced coaching module provides Queensland teachers and pre-service teachers with research-validated information and advice to build teacher knowledge, skills and understanding of how to teach reading from Prep to Year 10 and in all learning areas.

Scootle provides Australian teachers with access to more than quality-assured digital learning resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum.

The free School A to Z app contains the following features for parents and children: English A to Z, Maths A to Z, Technology A to Z, Spelling Bee, Maths Monkey Times Tables, and Assignment Starters.

Resilience examples interview essays Resilience is the process of adapting well in the face of adversity. (Yitzhak Berman)Children can move beyond trauma in their lives if they are resilient.

NAPLAN marker recruitment - the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) is responsible for the administration and marking of the Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 National Assessment Program — Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) tests. Each year, the QCAA appoints registered and retired teachers to mark student responses for the NAPLAN writing tests, drawing from the pool of re-applicant markers and recruiting new markers. Find out how to apply...

NAPLAN marker recruitment - the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) is responsible for the administration and marking of the Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 National Assessment Program — Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) tests. Each year, the QCAA appoints registered and retired teachers to mark student responses for the NAPLAN writing tests, drawing from the pool of re-applicant markers and recruiting new markers. Find out how to apply...

The Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETAA) is a national, not-for-profit professional association supporting primary school educators in the teaching and learning of English and literacies across the curriculum.

In the Anniversary Year of the Children's Book Council of Australia, PETAA is again creating curriculum based classroom units of work, to be released in June, for shortlisted books in the six prize categories of the annual CBCA awards.

Interviews with 10 Australian Authors - English (5,6,7,8,9,10). Meet ten of Australia's literary greats. Tom Tilley speaks with writers such as David Malouf, Nadia Wheatley and Michael Gow about their works, their inspirations and their lives as writers.

Interviews with 10 Australian Authors - English Meet ten of Australia's literary greats. Tom Tilley speaks with writers such as David Malouf, Nadia Wheatley and Michael Gow about their works, their inspirations and their lives as writers.

English learning area overview. A one page resource supporting implementation of the Australian Curriculum English (P-10) with summaries of the learning area rationale and aims, key ideas, and content descriptions...

A one page resource supporting implementation of the Australian Curriculum English with summaries of the learning area rationale and aims, key ideas, and content descriptions.

Poetry anthology: haiku, list, cyber (Years 5-6). Students create a short poetry collection. They read poems from a selection of haiku, list poems and cyber poems and may rate and respond to the theme, mood or imagery of each poem. Students use the forms, structures or features of haiku, list poems and cyber poems to create their own effective literary and imaginative texts.

Scootle provides Australian teachers with access to more than quality-assured digital learning resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum.

Safe Schools Hub for Students Years 5 to 8. Students have their own Safe Schools site, with carefully selected, age-appropriate online resources to engage them in the challenge of creating safe places to learn and grow. You will find activities to work on with your classmates and teacher. Topics include safe schools, values and relationships. Plus, there is a 'Find out about' section with answers to lots of questions about keeping safe and happy at school.

Students have their own Safe Schools site, with carefully selected, age-appropriate online resources to engage them in the challenge of creating safe places to learn and grow. You will find activities to work on with your classmates and teacher….

Putting it in perspective – unit of work (Years 5-6). This unit of work explores point of view in narrative. Students explore two meanings of the term 'point of view': personal point of view and narrative point of view. They learn about first-person and third-person omniscient point of view in narrative, and differentiate between 'narrator' and 'author'. Students then bring together point of view in its various meanings in their own writing.

My history – unit of work This unit of work helps students develop an awareness of the passage of time and how events of the past can shape those of the present.

Trans-Tasman challenge (Years 5-7). Students travel to and identify seven places in Australia and New Zealand. They scan a range of texts and images to get clues. Text extracts include: Storm boy by Colin Thiele; Follow the rabbit-proof fence by Doris Pilkington/Nugi Garimara; Burnum Burnum's Aboriginal Australia: a traveller's guide; Love me tender by Libby Hathorn; Jolt by Bernard Beckett; Hiking the northern crossing of the Tararuas by Ian Fisk.

Scootle provides Australian teachers with access to more than quality-assured digital learning resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum.

Growing up in Australian film – collection (Years 5-7). This collection of 16 digital curriculum resources explores depictions of growing up in Australian film. The collection is organised into six categories: developing a moral sense, experiencing discrimination, bullying, family trials, dreams, and schooling. Some pieces are more appropriate to year 5 and others to late in year 7. The collection includes clips from feature films, documentaries, television series and animations.

Gold rushes in New South Wales – collection (Year This collection of 12 digital curriculum resources is organised in four categories – the first discovery of gold;

Lights, camera, action: camera (Years 5-7). Students explore the way combinations of camera shots can hide or reveal things, set a mood and influence an audience. They look at ways to create feelings such as excitement, humour or fear.

Lights, camera, action: camera (Years Students explore the way combinations of camera shots can hide or reveal things, set a mood and influence an audience. They look at ways to create feelings such as excitement, humour or fear.

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