FNQ Region

Teaching Australian Curriculum English

A systematic approach to learning English

In Far North Queensland, we are enthusiastically implementing Australian Curriculum English across our schools. These video snapshots were filmed in our local schools and show the approach that our teachers are taking when teaching these essential skills.

The following video vignettes are from the Teaching AC English website, produced by Education Services Australia. Each was filmed in one of our local state schools and feature interviews with teachers and demonstrations of English being taught in the clasroom.

Freshwater State School - phrased and fluent reading in Year 2

Teaching AC English

 

Mareeba State School - Explicit Teaching in Prep

Teaching AC English

 

Edge Hill State School - comprehension in Year 3

Teaching AC English

 

Bentley Park College - language features in Year 4

Teaching AC English

 

Goondi State School - recognising punctuation in Prep

Teaching AC English

 

White Rock State School - spelling skills in Year 2

Teaching AC English

 

Gordonvale State High School - spelling skills in Year 10

Teaching AC English

 

Goondi State School - spelling skills in Year 5

Teaching AC English

 

Port Douglas State School - spelling skills in Year 4

Teaching AC English

 

Caravonica State School - language features in Year 7

Teaching AC English

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