Literature integrating Australian Curriculum



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Board Endorsed November 2013





Literature

integrating Australian Curriculum

T

Type 2

Written under the English

Course Framework 2013


Accredited from 2014 – 2020




Student Capabilities


All courses of study for the ACT Senior Secondary Certificate should enable students to develop essential capabilities for twenty-first century learners. These ‘capabilities’ comprise an integrated and interconnected set of knowledge, skills, behaviours and dispositions that students develop and use in their learning across the curriculum.

The capabilities include:

Literacy

Numeracy


Information and communication technology (ICT) capability

Critical and creative thinking

Personal and social capability

Ethical behaviour

Intercultural understanding

Courses of study for the ACT Senior Secondary Certificate should be both relevant to the lives of students and incorporate the contemporary issues they face. Hence, courses address the following three priorities. These priorities are:

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures

Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia

Sustainability

Elaboration of these student capabilities and priorities is available on the ACARA website at www.australian curriculum.com.au




Course Adoption Form for Accredited Courses


Choose one of the following:

 adoption of units as per course document

 adoption of units with a different combination of units


The college is entered on the National Register to award Certificates delivered by this course.

 Yes  No



College:

Course Title: Literature

(integrating Australian Curriculum)



Classification: T

Framework: English

Course Area:

Course Code:

Dates of Course Accreditation:

From

2014

to

2020

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Unit 2: Intertextuality

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Unit 3: Power of Literature

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Unit 4: Literary Interpretations

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