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CCGS Australian Curriculum English Achievement Standards: Receptive Modes Scope and Sequence Prep-6

LISTENING

Comprehension Skills
Print Awareness

READING AND VIEWING

Decoding Skills

KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS

PREP

Decoding
Knowledge

Identify the letters of the English


alphabet and use the sounds
represented by most letters.
(ACELA1758)
(ACELA1438) (ACELA1439)
(ACELA1440) (ACELY1649)

Decodable
Texts

Read short predictable texts with


familiar vocabulary and supportive
images drawing on their developing
knowledge of concepts about print and
sound letters.
(ACELA1786) (ACELA1437)
(ACELT1579) (ACELY1649)

Predicting &
Questioning

Use predicting and questioning


strategies to make meaning from texts.
(ACELY1650)

Making
Connections

Identify connections between texts and


their personal experience
(ACELA1429) (ACELY1645)
(ACELY1650) (ACELA1426)

Literal and
Implied
Meaning

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

Use knowledge of sound and letters,


high frequency words, sentence
boundary punctuation and directionality
to make meaning.
(ACELA1449) (ACELA1454)
(ACELA1778) (ACELA1455)
(ACELA1457) (ACELA1458)
(ACELA1459)
Read aloud, with developing fluency
and intonation, short texts with some
unfamiliar vocabulary, simple and
compound sentences and supportive
images.
(ACELA1451) (ACELA1452)
(ACELA1453) (ACELA1454)
(ACELY1659) (ACELY1662)

Make connections to personal


experience when explaining characters
and main events in short texts.
(ACELA1448) (ACELA1453)
(ACELT1581) (ACELT1582)
(ACELA1443)

Monitor meaning and self-correct using


context, prior knowledge, punctuation,
language and phonic knowledge.
(ACELA1465) (ACELA1468)
(ACELA1471) (ACELY1669)
(ACELA1472) (ACELA1474)

YEAR 3

YEAR 4

YEAR 5

YEAR 6

(ACELY1691)

(ACELY1702)

(ACELY1712)

(ACELY1679)

Read texts that contain


varied sentence structures, some
unfamiliar vocabulary, a significant
number of high frequency sight words
and images that provide additional
information.
(ACELA1463) (ACELA1467)
(ACELA1469) (ACELY1672)

Read texts that contain varied


sentence structures, a range of
punctuation conventions, and images
that provide additional information.
(ACELA1475) (ACELA1479)
(ACELA1481) (ACELA1485)
(ACELA1486) (ACELY1679)

Make connections between texts by


comparing content.
(ACELA1464) (ACELA1468)
(ACELA1469) (ACELT1589)
(ACELY1665) (ACELY1668)
(ACELY1670) (ACELA1460)

They select information, ideas and


events in texts that relate to their own
lives and to other texts. (ACELT1594)
(ACELT1596)
(ACELY1680) (ACELA1475)

(ACELT1602) (ACELY1686)
(ACELA1487)

(ACELT1608) (ACELY1698)
(ACELA1500)

(ACELT1613) (ACELY1708)
(ACELA1515)

They describe literal and implied


meaning connecting ideas in different
texts.
(ACELY1692)

They analyse and explain literal and


implied information from a variety of
texts.
(ACELY1703)

They compare and analyse information


in different texts, explaining literal and
implied meaning.
(ACELT1613) (ACELT1614)
(ACELY1708) (ACELY1713)
(ACELY1801)
Understand how the use
of text structures can achieve particular
effects.
(ACELA1518) (ACELT1617)
(ACELY1711) (ACELY1712)
(ACELY1801)

Recall one or two events from texts


with familiar topics.
(ACELT1580) (ACELY1650)

Recall key ideas and recognise literal


and implied meaning in texts.
(ACELY1660)

Identify literal and implied meaning,


main ideas and supporting detail.
(ACELY1670)

They identify literal and implied


meaning connecting ideas in different
parts of a text.
(ACELY1678) (ACELY1680)

Understand that there are


different types of texts.
(ACELA1430) (ACELA1431)
(ACELT1785) (ACELY1649)

Understand the different purposes of


texts.
(ACELA1443) (ACELA1446)
(ACELA1787) (ACELA1447)
(ACELA1450)

Understand how similar texts share


characteristics by identifying text
structures
(ACELA1460) (ACELA1463)
(ACELA1466) (ACELA1469)
(ACELT1590) (ACELT1591)
(ACELY1668)

Understand how content can be


organised using different text structures
depending on the purpose of the text.
(ACELA1478) (ACELA1479)
(ACELY1678)

Understand that texts have different


structures depending on the purpose
and audience.
(ACELY1690) (ACELA1490)
(ACELA1793) (ACELA1797)

Explain how text structures assist in


understanding the text.
(ACELY1701) (ACELA1504)

Understand that different types of texts


can have similar characteristics.
(ACELA1432) (ACELA1435)
(ACELA1434) (ACELA1437)
(ACELT1580) (ACELY1648)
(ACELY1649)

They identify the language features,


images and vocabulary used to
describe characters and events.
(ACELA1450) (ACELA1451)
(ACELA1453) (ACELA1454)
(ACELT1581)
(ACELT1582)

Understand how similar texts share


characteristics by identifying language
features used to describe characters,
settings and events.
(ACELA1462) (ACELA1463)
(ACELA1464) (ACELA1468)
(ACELT1590) (ACELT1591)
(ACELY1668)

They understand how language


features, images and vocabulary
choices are used for different effects.
(ACELA1475) (ACELA1477)
(ACELA1478) (ACELA1480)
(ACELA1481) (ACELA1482)
(ACELA1483) (ACELA1484)
(ACELT1600)

Explain how language features, images


and vocabulary are used to engage the
interest of audiences.
(ACELY1686) (ACELT1605)
(ACELT1604) (ACELA1496)
(ACELA1495) (ACELA1493)
(ACELA1491) (ACELA1489)

Understand how language features,


images and vocabulary influence
interpretations of characters, settings
and events.
(ACELY1698) (ACELT1610)
(ACELT1795) (ACELA1511)
(ACELA1508) ((ACELA1502)
ACELA1507) (ACELA1505)

Analyse and explain how language


features, images and vocabulary are
used by different authors to represent
ideas, characters and events.
(ACELA1515) (ACELA1517)
ACELA1522) (ACELA1523)
(ACELA1524) (ACELA1525)
(ACELT1616) (ACELT1617)
(ACELY1711) (ACELY1801)

Phonemic
Awareness

They listen for rhyme, letter patterns


and sounds in words.
(ACELA1438) (ACELA1439)
(ACELT1579) (ACELY1784)

They listen for and reproduce letter


patterns and letter clusters.
(ACELA1778) (ACELA1457)
(ACELA1458) (ACELA1459)
(ACELT1585)

They listen for and manipulate sound


combinations and rhythmic sound
patterns.
(ACELA1474) (ACELT1592)

Listening
Interactions

They listen to and use


appropriate language features to
respond to others in a familiar
environment.
(ACELA1426) (ACELA1428)
(ACELA1429) (ACELA1435)
(ACELA1434) (ACELA1437)
(ACELY1645) (ACELY1646)
(ACELY1784)

They listen to others when taking part


in conversations using
appropriate language features.
(ACELA1443) (ACELA1444)
(ACELA1446) (ACELA1787)
(ACELA1448) (ACELA1449)
(ACELA1452) (ACELA1454)
(ACELT1581) (ACELT1582)
(ACELY1656) (ACELY1788)

They listen for particular purposes.


(ACELA1460) (ACELA1461)
(ACELA1462) (ACELA1463)
(ACELY1666)

Listen and ask questions to clarify


content.
(ACELY1699) (ACELA1501)

Listen to discussions, clarifying content


and challenging others ideas.
(ACELA1516) (ACELT1615)
(ACELY1709)

Text Structure
& Purpose

Grammatical
Features

Listen to others views and respond


appropriately.
(ACELA1476) (ACELY1676)
(ACELY1792)

Listen for key points in discussions.


(ACELY1687) (ACELA1488)



Compiled by Brendon Peisley, Christ Church Grammar School, Melbourne Victoria, 2014

CCGS Australian Curriculum English Achievement Standards: Productive Modes Scope and Sequence Prep-6

KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS

Conveying
Meaning

Writing
Conventions

Handwriting
Articulation Skills

SPEAKING

YEAR 1

YEAR 2

YEAR 3

YEAR 4

YEAR 5

YEAR 6

Students understand that their texts


can reflect their own experiences.
(ACELA1430) (ACELA1437)
(ACELT1785) (ACELY1651)

They create short texts for a small


range of purposes.
(ACELA1446) (ACELA1787)
(ACELA1447) (ACELA1450)
(ACELT1586) (ACELY1655)
(ACELY1658) (ACELY1661)
(ACELY1664)
They create texts that show
understanding of the connection
between writing, speech and images.
(ACELA1449) (ACELA1450)
(ACELA1451) (ACELT1586)

Students create texts, drawing on their


own experiences, their imagination and
information they have learned.
(ACELA1460) (ACELA1462)
(ACELA1463) (ACELA1464)
(ACELA1467) (ACELA1470)
(ACELT1593) (ACELY1671)
(ACELY1674)

They create a range of texts for familiar


and unfamiliar audiences.
(ACELA1478) (ACELT1601)
(ACELT1791) (ACELY1682)
(ACELY1685)

Students create structured texts to


explain ideas for different audiences.
(ACELY1697) (ACELY1694)
(ACELY1690) (ACELT1794)
(ACELT1607)

They create a variety of sequenced


texts for different purposes and
audiences.
(ACELY1707) (ACELY1704)
(ACELY1701) (ACELT1798)
(ACELT1612)

They create detailed texts elaborating


upon key ideas for a range of purposes
and audiences
(ACELA1515) (ACELA1518)
(ACELT1614) (ACELT1618)
(ACELY1714) (ACELY1717)

Students use language features to


show how ideas can be extended.
(ACELY1704) (ACELY1701)
(ACELT1611)

Students understand how language


features and language patterns can be
used for emphasis.
(ACELA1515) (ACELA1516)
(ACELA1517) (ACELA1518)
(ACELT1613) (ACELT1615)
(ACELT1617) (ACELT1800)
(ACELY1711)
They explain how their choices of
language features and images are
used.
(ACELA1515) (ACELA1520)
(ACELA1517) (ACELA1523)
(ACELA1524) (ACELT1613)
(ACELT1615) (ACELT1617)

They demonstrate understanding


of grammar, select vocabulary from a
range of resources and use accurate
spelling and punctuation, editing their
work to improve meaning.
(ACELY1695) (ACELA1780)
(ACELA1779) (ACELA1498)
(ACELA1495) (ACELA1494)
(ACELA1493) (ACELA1491)
(ACELA1492)

When writing, they demonstrate


understanding of grammar, select
specific vocabulary and use accurate
spelling and punctuation, editing their
work to provide structure and meaning.
(ACELY1705) (ACELA1514)
(ACELA1513) (ACELA1512)
(ACELA1508) (ACELA1507)
(ACELA1505) (ACELA1506)

They demonstrate understanding


of grammar, make considered choices
from an expanding vocabulary, use,
accurate spelling and punctuation for
clarity and make and explain editorial
choices.
(ACELA1515) (ACELA1520)
(ACELA1516) (ACELA1517)
(ACELA1521) ACELA1522)
(ACELA1523) (ACELA1525)
(ACELA1526) (ACELT1617)
(ACELY1715)

(ACELY1696)

(ACELY1706)

(ACELY1716)

(ACELY1796)

(ACELY1816)

They make presentations and


contribute actively to class and group
discussions, taking into account other
perspectives.
(ACELY1700) (ACELY1796)

They make presentations and


contribute actively to class and group
discussions, using a variety of
strategies for effect.
(ACELA1516) (ACELT1613)
(ACELT1615) (ACELY1709)
(ACELY1816) (ACELY1710)
(ACELY1816)

Text Types

WRITING AND CREATING

Audience &
Purpose

PREP

Interacting With
Others

Presentation Skills

When writing, students use familiar


words and phrases and images to
convey ideas.
(ACELA1431) (ACELA1433)
(ACELA1429) (ACELA1434)
(ACELA1437) (ACELT1580)
(ACELY1654)

When writing, students provide details


about ideas or events.
(ACELA1451) (ACELA1452)
(ACELA1454) (ACELY1658)

Students create texts that show how


images support the meaning of
the text.
(ACELA1460) (ACELY1674)

Their writing shows evidence of sound


and letter knowledge, beginning writing
behaviours and experimentation with
capital letters and full stops.
(ACELA1432) (ACELA1435)
(ACELA1438) (ACELY1652)

They accurately spell words with


regular spelling patterns and use
capital letters and full stops.
(ACELA1449) (ACELA1778)
(ACELA1455) (ACELA1458)
(ACELA1459)

They accurately spell familiar words


and attempt to spell less familiar words
and use punctuation accurately.
(ACELA1465) (ACELA1471)
(ACELA1472) (ACELA1474)

They correctly form known upper- and


lower-case letters.
(ACELA1440) (ACELY1653)
They identify and use rhyme, letter
patterns and sounds in words.
(ACELA1439) (ACELT1579)
(ACELY1784)

They correctly form all upper- and


lower-case letters.
(ACELY1663)

They legibly write unjoined upper- and


lower-case letters.
(ACELY1673)

In informal group and whole class


settings, students communicate clearly.
(ACELA1426) (ACELA1428)
(ACELA1429) (ACELA1430)
(ACELA1435) (ACELA1434)
(ACELY1646) (ACELY1784)

They retell events and experiences


with peers and known adults.
(ACELA1431) (ACELA1437)
(ACELT1580) (ACELY1647)

They interact in pair, group and class


discussions, taking turns when
responding.
(ACELA1443) (ACELA1444)
(ACELA1446) (ACELA1787)
(ACELA1447) (ACELA1448)
(ACELA1449) (ACELA1453)
(ACELA1454) (ACELT1585)
(ACELY1656) (ACELY1788)
They make short presentations of a few
connected sentences on familiar and
learned topics.
(ACELA1444) (ACELA1447)
(ACELA1449) (ACELA1452)
(ACELA1453) (ACELA1454)
(ACELT1581) (ACELT1585)
(ACELY1657)

When discussing their ideas and


experiences, students use
everyday language features and topicspecific vocabulary.
(ACELA1462) (ACELY1665)
(ACELY1666)

Students use a variety of strategies to


engage in group and class discussions
and make presentations.
(ACELA1461) (ACELY1666)
(ACELY1789) (ACELY1667)

Their texts include writing and images


to express and develop in some detail
experiences, events, information, ideas
and characters.
(ACELT1601) (ACELY1675)

They use knowledge of sounds and


high frequency words to spell words
accurately, checking their work for
meaning.
(ACELA1480) (ACELA1485)
(ACELA1486) (ACELY1683)
They demonstrate understanding
of grammar and choose vocabulary
and punctuation appropriate to the
purpose and context of their writing.
(ACELA1477) (ACELA1478)
(ACELA1479) (ACELA1480)
(ACELA1481) (ACELA1482)
(ACELA1484) (ACELT1599)
(ACELT1600) (ACELY1683)
They legibly write using consistently
sized joined letters.
(ACELY1684)

Students use language features to


create coherence and add detail to
their texts.
(ACELY1694) (ACELY1690)
(ACELT1606)

They create texts that show


understanding of how images and
detail can be used to extend key ideas.
(ACELA1496)

They understand how language can be


used to express feelings and opinions
on topics.
(ACELA1476) (ACELT1596)
(ACELT1598) (ACELY1676)

(ACELY1688)

They contribute actively to class and


group discussions, asking questions,
providing useful feedback and making
presentations.
(ACELA1476) (ACELY1675)
(ACELY1676) (ACELY1792)
(ACELY1677)

They make presentations and


contribute actively to class and group
discussions, varying language
according to context.
(ACELY1689) (ACELY1688)

RESPONDING TO
LITERATURE

They identify and describe likes and


dislikes about familiar texts, objects,
characters and events.
(ACELT1575) (ACELT1577)
(ACELT1783) (ACELT1578)
(ACELT1785) (ACELY1646)

Students understand how characters in


texts are developed and give reasons
for personal preferences.
(ACELA1451) (ACELA1452)
(ACELA1454) (ACELT1582)
(ACELT1583) (ACELT1584)
(ACELY1655)

They explain their preferences for


aspects of texts using other texts as
comparisons.
(ACELT1587) (ACELT1589)

They understand how language


features are used to link and sequence
ideas.
(ACELT1594) (ACELT1596)
(ACELY1675)


Compiled by Brendon Peisley, Christ Church Grammar School, Melbourne Victoria, 2014

They understand how to express an


opinion based on information in a text.
(ACELT1603) (ACELA1488)

They develop and explain a point of


view about a text, selecting information,
ideas and images from a range of
resources.
(ACELT1609) (ACELA1501)

They show how specific details can be


used to support a point of view.
(ACELA1517) (ACELA1525)
(ACELT1613) (ACELT1615)