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Victorian Curriculum F – 10

English F-6 Scope and Sequence

These resources provide content descriptions and achievement standards that relate to grammar, punctuation and spelling across all modes, strands and sub-strands of the Victoria Curriculum English from Foundation to Level 6.

The cut back versions will assist with planning, implementation and assessment. Teachers can focus on the progression of learning exploring ways to differentiate and target teaching and moderation of work.

​ResourceDescription​
F-6_Grammar_Scope-and-Sequence (docx - 113.43kb)This document isolates the grammar specific information, so that teachers can see the continuum articulated in the curriculum.
F-6_Punctuation_Scope-and-Sequence (docx - 94.55kb)

This document isolates the punctuation specific information, so that teachers can see the continuum articulated in the curriculum.

F-6_Spelling_Scope-and_Sequence (docx - 118.16kb)

​This document isolates the spelling specific information, so that teachers can see the continuum articulated in the curriculum.

F-6_Handwriting_Scope-and-Sequence (docx - 109.23kb)

​This document isolates the handwriting specific information, so that teachers can see the continuum articulated in the curriculum.

Sample Units

​ResourceDescription​
Feathers_For _Phoebe-and-Edward_The_Emu_Level-2 (docx - 477.21kb)
Feathers for Phoebe and Edward the Emu is a Level 2 five lesson sequence that addresses content descriptions across the Modes of Reading and Viewing and Speaking and Listening. The lessons can be taught in each Reading session over a week, or as a unit of work within a Literacy block. Lessons will take 30 – 50 minutes depending on the amount of time allowed for discussion.
This_Is_Our_House (docx - 186.74kb)

This is Our House is an F-2 five lesson sequence that covers content descriptions across all three English Modes in the Strand of Literature. The assessment activity applies to elements of the Speaking and Listening Achievement Standards but can be adapted to include assessment of other Modes if required. The lessons can be carried out as the explicit teaching element of each Literacy session over a week or taught as a unit of work within a Literacy block. Lessons will take 30 – 50 minutes depending on the amount of time allowed for discussion.