Exciting times ahead

Now I know that all English teachers have no doubt begun to look at the new Stage 6 Syllabus and are thinking about ways they may program for year 11 in 2018. I must admit that programming is one of my favourite things to do, as is working with other teachers who are as excited about programming as I am!

The system of schools that I work in, has come up with a great plan to get teachers from across the system, working collaboratively to write programs which will benefit the entire system of schools. I am so pleased to be part of a system that allows for such opportunities.

The group of teachers that am working with, will create a program around the Reading to Write. On the NESA page it states… ‘Reading to Write (will) develop students’ skills to respond to texts and refine their writing.’ This is a mandatory module to be studied first, by students in year 11.

Will look forward to sharing thoughts and ideas as the project progresses.

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About acoure

English Coordinator and English teacher in Sydney. Believes in the power of education. Passionate about pedagogy, how students learn, curriculum design and learning spaces. I am keenly interested in finding out more about how teachers have adapted their pedagogy in a 1:1 environment. I am also eternally grateful for the inspirational educators I worked with in my formative years of teaching. They opened my eyes to the power of what a deep understanding of pedagogy can do to enhance the learning opportunities for students.
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