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Note: To address the range of student needs in their classes teachers draw on content from a number of year levels. This ensures that student learning builds from year to year. Words, sounds and letters - Kindergarten

This document provides an overview of a suggested sequence for teaching and learning words, letters and sounds in kindergarten. It explains what this learning involves, why it is important and how it might be taught enjoyably and effectively. The two other documents in this kindergarten sequence give guidelines for teaching, and define in detail what needs to be learnt, provide ideas for how it can be taught and how new learning may be monitored and assessed.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/PDLK001/1/PDLK001.pdf Phonological and phonemic awareness – Pre-primary and Year 1 This resource contains information about what children need to learn and be able to apply as they read, write and spell. It outlines what teachers can do to assist children to develop phonological awareness and phonic knowledge. Activities are suggested to further assist teachers with ideas for teaching the content outlined. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/PDLP1001/1.1/PDLP1001.pdf Year 2–3 grammar and punctuation

This resource contains information about what children need to learn and to be able to apply in relation to grammar and punctuation for Year 2–3. It outlines what teachers can do to assist children to develop essential knowledge and skills and divided into two sections:

 Constructing sentences
 Punctuation
http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/PDLIT051/3/PDLIT051.pdf Year 2–3 spelling and word study
This document contains information about what students need to learn and be able to apply in relation to spelling and word study. It outlines what teachers can do to assist students to develop the required knowledge and skills and divided into four sections using the following headings:

 Spelling strategies
 Conventions and generalisations
 Proofreading
 Word study and vocabulary development
http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/PDLIT054/3/PDLIT054.pdf Year 3 Literacy schedule - NAPLAN 2013
This schedule outlines advice for teachers related to NAPLAN testing for reading, writing, spelling, grammar and punctuation.
http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/PDLIT040/3/PDLIT040.pdf

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NAPLAN Literacy Year 3: Spelling
This resource contains all material for Year 3 spelling. These items aim to test students’ knowledge of high frequency words and words with one and two syllables with common spelling patterns.
http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/PDLIT057/3/PDLIT057.pdf NAPLAN Literacy Year 3: Grammar
This Year 3 NAPLAN resource contains material to support the teaching of grammar. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/PDLIT060/3/PDLIT060.pdf NAPLAN Literacy Year 3: Reading
This NAPLAN reference material provides Year 3 support for teaching reading processes and comprehension strategies.
http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/PDLIT063/3/PDLIT063.pdf NAPLAN Literacy Year 3: Punctuation
This NAPLAN reference material provides Year 3 teachers support for teaching students to develop the metalanguage of punctuation and teach correct use of punctuation at a word, sentence and text level.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/PDLIT069/3/PDLIT069.pdf NAPLAN Literacy Year 3: Sample tests
This NAPLAN reference material provides Year 3 teacher support for teaching students to prepare and practise inferential and direct reading strategies, spelling, grammar and punctuation for NAPLAN testing skills.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/PDLIT073/3/PDLIT073.pdf Focus on reading
This NAPLAN reference material provides advice teachers about Reading. It outlines the characteristics of teaching and learning programs that develop confident, effective readers and provides an opportunity to demonstrate knowledge and understandings in reading, writing, grammar, punctuation and spelling. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/PDLIT067/3/PDLIT067.pdf Support students’ participation in the NAPLAN assessment process This resource provides advice for teachers to support students with testing literacies relevant to the NAPLAN testing. It provides strategies and instructional processes appropriate to support reading, spelling, grammar and punctuation. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/PDLIT072/3/PDLIT072.pdf Literacy and Numeracy planner – NAPLAN

This collection of activities outlines ways for teachers to support Year 3, 5, 7 and 9 students as they prepare to sit the National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) tests.
http://det.wa.edu.au/curriculumsupport/naplanplanner/detcms/portal/

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K-12 Resources website
The website provides K-10 Syllabuses and recommended resources developed by the Department of Education to provide practical support for teachers implementing the Curriculum Framework.
The site also provides links to other resources that will support planning for learning, teaching and assessment programs for students. New information and resources are posted regularly on the K-12 website.

www.det.wa.edu.au/k12resources Also accessible via the Department portal. First steps (Early childhood)
Teachers around the world use First steps materials to make practical connections between assessment, teaching and learning, and to cater for diverse needs within the classroom. The First steps materials help teachers to be more strategic about what to teach, how to teach it, when to teach it and, most importantly, why. Materials include:

 First steps in Literacy second edition - Reading, Writing, and Speaking and Listening.
 First steps in Mathematics - Number, Measurement, Chance and Data and Space.
The full range of First steps materials is available in print version. http://k10syllabus.det.wa.edu.au/associated/private/First_Steps/index.htm Kaboodle
This resource consists of 32 animated and live-action stories that encourage imagination, stimulate creative play and encourage exploration of values and issues. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/OCS014/2.1/OCS014.html Kaboodle: EAL/D lessons

A series of eight EAL/D focussed lessons and worksheets based on the Kaboodle resource.
http://k10syllabus.det.wa.edu.au/associated/private/kaboodle/activities/Kaboodle_EA LD/kaboodle_EALD.htm
Worst best friends
This resource provides a focus by which sensitive and controversial issues may be introduced into the classroom, including bullying and family breakdown. Video clips, lessons and activities are provided.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/OCS019/1.2/index.htm Li’l Elvis Jones
This resource is based on a comedy adventure about a young Australian Elvis impersonator. An excellent resource to teach about the history and production process of animation and for studying popular culture.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/OCS017/1.2/index.htm

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Chill out!
The LIFT OFF television series (Presented in Chill Out), with its carefully crafted stories drawn from recognisable situations told from a child?s perspective, is an ideal medium with which to explore these aspects of social learning. LIFT OFF stimulates children on many levels to think about themselves and their relationships to the world, and to draw meaningful connections and conclusions.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/OCS005/2.2/OCS005.htm Persuasive text
In this resource you will find great ideas to support primary and lower-secondary teachers addressing persuasive texts in the classroom. Each lesson is closely linked to the learning processes and requirements of the associated components of NAPLAN English Testing. The detailed resource offers 12 digitised clips from a variety of children's TV programs and 44 teaching activities with associated student activity sheets.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/OCS008/1.2/index.htm Animalia
This resource uses the TV animation series to support primary teachers in exploring concepts such as civics and citizenship, values and identity. It contains 100 lessons and related worksheets based on the 5Es teaching framework and 39 video clips. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/OCS009/2.2/index.htm Dogstar

This resource contains video clips, lessons and activities to support the themes of families, relationships, pets and other animals, heroes and villains, technology and responsibility for the natural environment and the future.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/OCS011/1.2/index.html Wadu Matyidi – Language of belonging
This resource is for both teachers and students and explores Adnyamathanha language, culture, stories and traditions through ground breaking Aboriginal animation. It includes 45 student activities, seven video clips, and an interactive game.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/OCS046
National Aboriginal early childhood project – Series of lessons This project is an initiative of the Aboriginal education directorate to develop learning and teaching programs for kindergarten and pre-primary school children. Drawing inspiration from picture books and informational texts, 13 integrated programs of work and 72 individual learning and teaching programs have been developed to support teachers to improve literacy and numeracy skills across the curriculum. While much of the explicit teaching of literacy occurs in the English learning area, it is strengthened, made specific and extended in other learning areas as students engage in a range of learning activities with significant literacy demands. These literacy-rich situations are a part of learning in all curriculum areas. http://k10syllabus.det.wa.edu.au/associated/private/national_aboriginal_ecp_resourc es/Lessons.html

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Tom Tom – Integrated program
Tom Tom is a program of work aimed at assisting teachers of kindergarten children in the transition from home into the classroom at the beginning of the year. The program is based on the picture book Tom Tom by Rosemary Sullivan and Dee Huxley and provides teaching strategies linked to the Early childhood (K-3) syllabus scope and sequence. Teachers should use their professional judgement to decide how much of the content to address with any particular class according to the needs and abilities of the children.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI002/1/AENI002.pdf Possum goes to school – Integrated program
Possum goes to school is a program of work intended for use by kindergarten teachers in assisting children in making the transition from home to the classroom. The program is based on the picture book Possum goes to school by Melanie Carter and Nicola Oram and provides teaching strategies linked to the Early childhood (K-3) syllabus scope and sequence. Teachers should use their professional judgement to decide how much of the content to address with any particular class according to the needs and abilities of the children.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI001/1/AENI001.pdf Shoes from Grandpa – Integrated program
Shoes from Grandpa is a program of work about families intended for use in Term 1 by teachers of kindergarten children. The program draws inspiration from the picture book Shoes from Grandpa by Mem Fox. It aims to teach literacy and numeracy through developing concepts in English, Mathematics, Society and Environment, Science, Health and Physical Education and The Arts. It provides teaching strategies linked to the Early childhood (K-3) syllabus scope and sequence statements. Teachers should use their professional judgement to decide how much of the content to address with any particular class according to the children’s needs and abilities. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI003/1/AENI003.pdf Big rain coming – Integrated program

Big rain coming is a program of work about the environment intended for use in Term 3 by teachers of pre-primary children. The program draws inspiration from the picture book Big rain coming by Katrina Germein and Bronwyn Bancroft and aims to teach literacy and numeracy through developing concepts in English, Mathematics, Society and Environment, Science, Health and Physical Education and The Arts. It provides teaching strategies linked to the Early childhood (K-3) syllabus scope and sequence. Teachers should use their professional judgement to decide how much of the content to address with any particular class according to the needs and abilities of the children.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI007/1/AENI007.pdf

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Healthy eating – Integrated program
Healthy eating is a pre-primary program of work about developing healthy eating behaviours with a focus on fruit and vegetables. The program draws inspiration from the imaginative text Up, down, and around by Katherine Ayres and the information text Vegetables by Lola Schaefer. It teaches literacy and numeracy through developing concepts in English, Mathematics, Science, Society and Environment, The Arts, and Health and Physical Education. Lessons are linked to the Early childhood (K-3) syllabus scope and sequence. Teachers should use their professional judgement to decide how much of the content to address with any particular class according to the needs and abilities of the children. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI004/1/AENI004.pdf Aboriginal languages resource file (Early childhood/Middle childhood) The Aboriginal languages resource file is set of backline reproducible masters developed for use in primary schools offering Aboriginal language programs based on Framework for teaching Aboriginal languages in primary schools. http://det.wa.edu.au/det-learning-resources/viewLearningResource/[28169]274842

Wombat stew – Integrated Program
Wombat stew is a program of work about the environment intended for use in Term 3 by teachers of pre-primary children. The program draws inspiration from the picture book Wombat stew by Marcia K. Vaughn and Pamela Lofts and aims to teach literacy and numeracy through developing concepts in English, Mathematics, Society and Environment, Science, Health and Physical Education, and Technology and Enterprise. It provides teaching strategies linked to the Early childhood (K-3) syllabus scope and sequence. Teachers should use their professional judgement to decide how much of the content to address with any particular class according to the needs and abilities of the children.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI009/1/AENI009.pdf Proud to be me – Integrated program
Proud to be me is a pre-primary program of work about developing a healthy selfimage and learning the appropriate ways to treat friends within the context of studying birds in the local community. The program draws inspiration from two imaginative texts (picture books) titled Crow and the waterhole by Ambelin Kwaymullina and Ten little fingers and ten lttle toes by Mem Fox and Helen Oxenbury. It aims to teach literacy and numeracy through developing concepts in English, Mathematics, Science, Society and Environment, Technology and Enterprise, and Health and Physical Education. It also provides teaching strategies linked to the Early childhood (K-3) syllabus scope and sequence. Teachers should use their professional judgement to decide how much of the content to address with any particular class according to the needs and abilities of the children. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI009/1/AENI009.pdf

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Mr McGee’s adventure – Integrated program
Mr McGee’s adventure is a program of work about the environment intended for use in Term 3 by teachers of pre-primary children. The program draws inspiration from the picture book Mr McGee goes to sea by Pamela Allen. It aims to teach literacy and numeracy through developing concepts in English, Mathematics, Society and Environment, Science, Health and Physical Education, Technology and Enterprise and The Arts. It provides teaching strategies linked to the Early childhood (K-3) syllabus scope and sequence statements. Teachers should use their professional judgement to decide how much of the content to address with any particular class according to the needs and abilities of the children.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI008/1/AENI008.pdf Me and my smile – Integrated program
Me and my smile is a pre-primary program of work that focuses on identifying and expressing a range of feelings, exploring a range of environments and learning about the traditional Aboriginal art practice of dot painting. The program draws inspiration from the imaginative text Augustus and his smile by Catherine Rayner and the information text An Australian 1, 2, 3 of animals by Bronwyn Bancroft. It aims to teach literacy and numeracy through developing concepts in English, Mathematics, Science, Society and Environment, The Arts, and Health and Physical Education and provides teaching strategies linked to the Early childhood (K-3) syllabus scope and sequence. Teachers should use their professional judgement to decide how much of the content to address with any particular class according to the needs and abilities of the children.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI006/1/AENI006.pdf One duck stuck: Time to rhyme
Based on the counting picture book One Duck Stuck. Includes lessons in which children predict text using pictures; answer questions using description cards; develop an oral recount; read an e-book and make rhyming mud to develop onsetrime awareness. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI053/1/AENI053.pdf Shoes from Grandpa: Characters and clothing

Based on the picture book Shoes from Grandpa, lessons involve children in shared reading, identifying and comparing characters, sequencing events, identifying rhyming words and consolidating vocabulary in a game of Clothing bingo. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI058/1/AENI058.pdf Maisy bakes a cake: Kitchens and cooking

Based on the picture book Maisy Bakes a Cake, lessons focus on developing vocabulary about cooking and mice, retelling events, describing mice, comparing real and pretend mice, playing a barrier game and following a procedure to make cup cakes.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI071/1/AENI071.pdf Cat: A cat with character
Based on the picture book Cat, lessons include predicting text using pictures, watching an informational video about cats, exploring the concept of cause and effect, sequencing events, creating rhyming sentences and reading an e-book. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI067/1/AENI067.pdf

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One is a snail: Sounds and words at the beach
Based on One is a Snail, Ten is a Crab: A Counting by Feet Book, lessons focus on developing children's vocabulary, phonological awareness and description skills. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI064/1/AENI064.pdf Possum Goes to School: Possum at school

Based on the picture book Possum Goes to School lessons include sequencing and retelling story events, cooking cupcakes, telling news and learning vocabulary associated with school and classroom objects.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI074/1/AENI074.pdf Tom Tom: Families and names
Based on the picture book Tom Tom, lessons include naming community places, family members and words beginning with the /t/ sound, discussing and writing names, identifying words that rhyme with 'he' and conducting a 4 wheel drive picture talk.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI080/1/AENI080.pdf Me and my smile: Syllables and smiles
Based on the picture book Augustus and His Smile, includes lessons in which children predict text using pictures; learn about print codes; develop syllable awareness; reconstruct sentences and investigate the /s/ sound and /sh/ digraph. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI043/1/AENI043.pdf Proud to be me: Consonants and crows

Based on the picture book Crow and The Waterhole, lessons involve children in predicting text using pictures; developing a character word wall; investigating the /k/ sound; creating a story in small groups and using play dough to explore cvc words. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI030/1/AENI030.pdf Big rain coming: Word work

Using vocabulary from the picture book Big Rain Coming and the literary alphabet book Possum and Wattle: My Big Book of Australian Words children blend and segment phonemes beginning with /z/, develop cvc word families, count syllables in words and reconstruct a sentence.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI010/1/AENI010.pdf Mr McGee's adventure: Word work
Based on vocabulary from the books Mr McGee Goes to Sea and Possum and Wattle: My Big Book of Australian Words, lessons focus on developing knowledge about words, sounds and letters.
http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI023/1/AENI023.pdf Wombat Stew: Word work
Using vocabulary from Wombat Stew and Possum and Wattle: My Big Book of Australian Words, lessons involve children in classifying long and short words, counting syllables in words, blending and segmenting cvc words beginning with /k/ and /w/, learning strategies for reading and spelling words and creating tongue twisters.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI023/1/AENI023.pdf

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Healthy eating: Vocabulary and vegetables
Based on the books Up, Down, and Around and Vegetables, lessons include sequencing events, describing vegetables, scanning for information and phonological awareness activities using words beginning with /p/ and /b/. http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/AENI017/1/AENI017.pdf Aboriginal literacy strategy (Early childhood/Middle childhood/Early adolescence)

The Aboriginal literacy strategy (ALS) is a systemic literacy initiative that assists teachers in Remote teaching service (RTS) schools in Western Australia. All staff in participating schools (AIEOs, EAs, teacher and principals) receive ongoing training and support with the implementation of a single, systemic literacy program. Resource contains a book and DVD. Available from Primary programs (08 9264 4228).

Deadly ways to learn
The purpose of these resources is to improve the literacy outcomes of Aboriginal students through the development and application of two-way bidialectal approaches to literacy instruction in a range of school and classroom contexts. It consists of 2 books: Deadly yarns and Deadly ideas.

Print version available only. Available from Primary programs (08 9264 4228). Improving Understanding of Aboriginal literacy: Factors in Text Comprehension
This text explores the social and cultural knowledge that Aboriginal and nonAboriginal educators bring to the task of comprehending oral narratives produced by Aboriginal children.
Print version available only. Available from Primary Programs (08 9264 4228). Literacy and Numeracy nets (Early childhood/Middle childhood) The K-7 Literacy Net and Numeracy Net resources are valuable tools for teachers to help keep track of how students are performing at each year level. They are designed to help teachers to notice, and keep track of, students at risk, but can be used in a more general way. Formerly distributed in print form and on CD, the complete resources are now available for Department teachers to download through the K-12 Resources website.

http://k10syllabus.det.wa.edu.au/associated/private/nets/Literacy/index.html http://k10syllabus.det.wa.edu.au/associated/private/nets/Numeracy/index.html My Community (Early Childhood)
This is an integrated learning and teaching program targeting Year 1−2 children which deals with the notion of community and place. Program activities address content across learning areas with learning outcomes in Society and Environment and English being assessed. The program is designed to be delivered over a ten week term.

http://k10syllabus.det.wa.edu.au/associated/private/community/index.htm

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Primary Connections (Early Childhood/Middle Childhood)
Primary Connections - Linking Science with Literacy is an innovative approach to teaching and learning which aims to enhance primary school teachers’ confidence and competence for teaching science.

http://k10syllabus.det.wa.edu.au/associated/private/Primary_Connections/index.html Elements and Principles of Design (Early Childhood/Middle Childhood/Early Adolescence)
It includes photographs, reproductions of art works and examples of student art work. Creating Visual Art works involves uses images to illustrate the elements and principles of design.
http://k10syllabus.det.wa.edu.au/associated/private/design/index.html ESL/ESD Progress Map (Early childhood)
The ESL/ESD Progress Map provides explicit information for teachers, enabling them to make accurate judgements about ESL/ESD student progress and achievement in learning Standard Australian English (SAE). It provides information to assist teachers in determining their students’ needs and in helping them to plan effective teaching and learning programs to meet these needs. Its application to the learning of English as a second language/dialect is in all learning areas and across all curriculum contexts and disciplines.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/PDESL001/1/PDESL001.pdf Print version available from Primary Programs (08 9264 4228). Powerful Ways – A meta-language and Literacy Development Project This resource was developed from an identified gap in teachers’ knowledge about language and the desire to expand teachers’ understandings so they could do a better job in responding to the literacy needs of their students. This resource is great for teachers who need to address the literacy needs of their students and in particular their CALD (Culturally and Linguistically Diverse) students. Resource contains a teacher guide, classroom materials and a CD-ROM. Print version available only. Available from Primary Programs

(08 9264 4228).

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Other useful resources
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Towards More User-Friendly Education for Speakers of Aboriginal English The project reported on here set out, on a basis of cooperation between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal investigators working in university, educational system and classroom contexts, to lead to understandings which would enable a more accessible (“user-friendly”) education to be provided for students in primary and secondary schools who are speakers of Aboriginal English. Print version available only. Available from Primary Programs (08 9264 4228).

Two-Way English: Towards More User-Friendly Education for Speakers of Aboriginal English
This text highlights the benefits of a two-way approach, the values embedded in Aboriginal English and enabling standard English to be an effective mediator of new knowledge for all students.
Print version available only. Available from Primary Programs (08 9264 4228).
Umob Deadly: Recognized and Unrecognized Literacy Skills of Aboriginal Youth
This text highlights ways in which schools can enable the vernacular literacy skills of Aboriginal youth to be better integrated into two-way bidilectal approaches to education.
Print version available only. Available from Primary Programs (08 9264 4228).
Ways of Being, Ways of Talk
This text aims to make education more appropriate and effective for students who speak Aboriginal English, using an inclusive approach. It consists of a series of four, 15-20 minute videos, supported by scripts and resource papers for both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal audiences.

Resource includes book and CD-ROM. Print version available only. Available from Primary Programs (08 9264 4228).
Solid English
The Solid English materials are a distillation of sensitive and extensive research into the language and learning of Aboriginal students in Western Australian schools. It is great for teachers looking for background about Aboriginal English and for ideas that will help them to implement culturally appropriate programs will find these materials invaluable.

Print version available only. Available from Primary programs (08 9264 4228).

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One Classroom
One Classroom: Supporting our teachers and schools to make every student a successful student.
By providing our teachers with flexible and practical ways to support students with diverse learning needs, One Classroom creates one location to enhance the skills of those working in complex learning environments.

All Department of Education educators can login to this website and join open forums in the Online Communities tab at the top of the screen. Educators from other sectors such as Catholic and Independent schools can click on the "Become a member" tab on the right for registration as a guest. http://det.wa.edu.au/oneclassroom/detcms/portal/

Keeping kids safe: A protective behaviours activity book
This Activity Book for Aboriginal students has been developed to complement the Department’s Protective Behaviours Skills for Life Teacher Resource Packages. The images, language and activities have been developed to appeal Aboriginal students across primary and secondary settings.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/CISPB005/1/CISPB005.pdf Protective behaviours: Building skills for life
A program with a series of ten lessons and resources which encourages the learning and development of skills for life in order for children to feel, be and keep safe.
http://k10syllabus.det.wa.edu.au/associated/private/ProtectiveBehaviours/CISPB 007%20-%20Final%20%281-3%29.pdf
Protective behaviours: Nurturing skills for life
A program with a series of ten lessons and resources which encourages the learning and development of skills for life in order for children to feel, be and keep safe.
http://k10syllabus.det.wa.edu.au/associated/private/ProtectiveBehaviours/CISPB 008%20-%20Final%20(KPP).pdf
Discovering junior electricity
A series of 16 lessons about electricity suitable for students in Years 1 to 3. This resource is linked to the Australian Curriculum and introduces electricity as a form of energy through simple activities.

http://ecm.det.wa.edu.au/connect/resolver/view/K12SCI065/1/K12SCI065.pdf

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