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012237 Professional Experience 7: Meeting the English Language Needs of Learners

6cp; availability: not offered to exchange and study abroad students
Requisite(s): ((012235 Professional Experience 5: Teaching Students with Special Educational Needs OR 023155 Professional Experience 5: Teaching Students with Special Educational Needs) AND 012236 Professional Experience 6: Programming and Assessing in Education AND (012208 English Education 1 OR 024211 English Education 1 OR 028250 English Education 1) AND (012209 English Education 2 OR 024212 English Education 2 OR 028251 English Education 2) AND (012231 Professional Experience 1: Beginning Teaching OR 023151 Professional Experience 1: Beginning Teaching Issues in the Primary School OR 028230 Professional Experience 1: Preparation for Teaching) AND (012232 Professional Experience 2: Developing Classroom Management OR 023152 Professional Experience 2: Developing Classroom Management OR 028231 Professional Experience 2: Introduction to Classroom Management) AND 012233 Professional Experience 3: Integrating Learning Technologies AND 012234 Professional Experience 4: Integrating Diverse Contexts in Education)

Undergraduate

Description

This subject focuses on meeting the literacy and language needs of culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) students in the primary school classroom through the development of effective teaching and learning strategies. With specific reference to the elements of the NSW English K–10 Syllabus (Vol. 1) and relevant aspects of the Australian curriculum, students develop understanding on how talking, listening, reading and writing, viewing and representing across all key learning areas, as well as significant issues relating to the acquisition of English as an additional language and the needs and interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, can be developed, enhanced and strengthened in the primary classroom. In this subject, students develop an understanding of appropriate teaching strategies appropriate for the primary classroom; the impact of culture, cultural identity and diversity in schooling; and issues related to the specific culture and language learning needs of students in primary education.


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