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All Units of Work

Each school/community team considers their Aboriginal language programs as works in progress and is continually updating and reworking their teaching and learning programs.

The examples of units of work provided here represent the Stage achieved in the course of the project described in this website.

Years K-6

There are three main ways of programming a language course for primary schools in NSW. A description of each method follows, along with an example Scope and Sequence and Unit of Work.

St Lawrence’s School Coonabarabran – Gamilaraay Stage 1

This Scope and Sequence and 10-week unit show the programming method of integrating units with Cultures Outcomes from the Human Society and Its Environment K–6 Syllabus.

Broulee Public School – Dhurga Early Stage 1

This Scope and Sequence and sample unit show the programming method of integrating units with other key learning areas (KLAs) through the Connected Outcomes Groups (COGS) units.

Forbes North Public School – Wiradjuri Early Stage 1

This is a 10-week unit of work suitable for delivery in Kindergarten over 2 terms. It is a 'Whole of School' approach to programming.

St Joseph's Walgett – Yuwaalaraay Stage 1–3

This is a whole-year program to teach Yuwaalaraay in Stage 1–3, using a 'Whole of School' approach to programming.

These are stage-specific examples of the same unit of work on 'The Narran Lake' topic written for Stage 2 and Stage 3, using a 'Whole of School' approach to programming.

Years 7–10

Below are examples of teaching and learning programs that meet the requirements for the mandatory 100-hour language course.

Vincentia High School – Dhurga Stage 4

Parkes High School – Wiradjuri Stage 4

Menindee Central School

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