University of Technology Sydney

028251 English Education 2

6cp; 1hpw (lecture), 1.5hpw (tutorial) To comply with health advice from NSW Health, the planned delivery of this subject for Spring D 2021 has been adjusted. Activities planned for campus in the first 3 weeks of session are being moved online. Activities for the remainder of the session (post-PEx) will be scheduled on campus only if the public health situation permits face-to-face learning in available teaching spaces. Please log into Canvas and monitor your UTS email for the latest advice concerning subject delivery and assessment information.; availability: exchange and study abroad students with faculty approval
Requisite(s): (028250 English Education 1 OR 012208 English Education 1) AND (48 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C10350 Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education OR 48 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C10349 Bachelor of Education (Primary) Bachelor of Arts International Studies OR 48 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C10206 Bachelor of Education Primary Education OR 48 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C10208 Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Arts International Studies OR 48 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C10209 Bachelor of Arts Educational Studies OR 48 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C09082 Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education (Honours) OR 48 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C10444 Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Languages and Cultures)
Anti-requisite(s): 012209 English Education 2

Description

This subject follows 028250 English Education 1 and focuses on supporting learning for students in Stage 2 and Stage 3 according to the NSW English K–10 Syllabus (Years 3 – 6). The subject links to the Language, Literature and Literacy strands of the Australian Curriculum (English) for Years 3 – 6.

Students explore the development of language and literacy for students in Years 3 – 6, as they move from a focus on Learning-to Read-and-Write to Reading-and-Writing-to-Learn. Literacy across the curriculum is considered, as well as the support for language and literacy development needed as students deal with more challenging content and concepts.

This subject also focuses on the assessment of English and how teachers engage in targeted assessment tasks to reveal learner progress and achievement. Assessment is closely linked to the ways in which teachers use data to inform their planning of appropriate teaching activities.

Typical availability

Spring D session, City campus

The subject is usually offered in these sessions. To confirm availability check the UTS Timetable Planner.


Detailed subject description.

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