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Draft Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education. Consultation. December 2012. Learning areas. The Melbourne Declaration identifies eight learning areas including: Health and Physical E ducation. Curriculum development phases. Consultation Timeline. Implementation.

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Draft australian curriculum health and physical education

Draft Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education

Consultation

December 2012


Learning areas

Learning areas

The Melbourne Declaration identifies eight learning areas including:

Health and Physical Education


Curriculum development phases

Curriculum development phases


Consultation timeline

Consultation Timeline


Implementation

Implementation

  • NSW has made no commitment to implementation of the Australian Curriculum for Phase 2 and Phase 3 subjects.

  • The Board of Studies will follow its regular cycle of curriculum evaluation and review which will identify priorities for curriculum renewal. When a current syllabus or learning area is identified for renewal the Board will take the opportunity to incorporate Australian curriculum content.

  • In all cases, all schools are required to implement current approved NSW Syllabuses until otherwise advised by the Board.


Organisation of the australian curriculum

Organisation of the Australian Curriculum

The Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education:

  • is being developed for Foundation (Kindergarten) to Year 10

  • is described in six band levels not Stages

  • has achievement standards

  • has content descriptions notoutcomes

  • has content elaborations not ‘learn to’ and ‘learn about’


General capabilities

General capabilities

Critical and creative

thinking

  • Information and communication technology (ICT) capability

  • Ethical

  • behaviour

Literacy

  • Intercultural

  • understanding

Personal and social capability

Numeracy


Cross curriculum priorities

Cross-curriculum priorities


Rationale and aims

Rationale and aims


Organisation of the australian curriculum1

Organisation of the Australian Curriculum

The Draft Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education is organised into the following bands of learning:

  • Foundation

  • Years 1-2

  • Years 3-4

  • Years 5-6

  • Years 7-8

  • Years 9-10


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Organisation of the Australian Curriculum

The DraftAustralian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education:

has two interrelated strands for F-10

  • Personal, social and community health

  • Movement and physical activity


Organisation of the australian curriculum3

Organisation of the Australian Curriculum

The DraftAustralian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education:

  • has six key ideas (three in each strand) which organise and frame the development of knowledge, understanding and skills in the strands


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Organisation of the Australian Curriculum

The DraftAustralian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education:

  • has contexts for learning for each strand


Curriculum structure

Curriculum Structure

  • Content Descriptions:

  • The Draft Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education is structured around content descriptions.

  • It includes:

  • Content descriptions which specify what teachers are expected to teach (mandatory)

  • Elaborations which are examples that illustrate each content description (non-mandatory).


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Curriculum Structure

  • An example of a Content description (mandatory) and its Elaborations (non-mandatory) from Year 7 and 8.

  • Content description (5.22) Adopt roles and responsibilities that support and enhance team cohesion and lead to successful movement outcomes

  • Elaborations

  • reflecting on their role and articulating how the actions they initiated in that role lead to the achievement of successful outcomes for the team/s, player/s or participants

  • organising and implementing group warm-up and skill practice activities


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Curriculum Structure

  • Elaborations (continued)

  • undertaking the role of coach, giving feedback to individual players on their

  • performance and the team on overall strategies and tactics

  • undertaking various roles in physical activities such as team leader, official, time keeper, score keeper, and referee/umpire

  • undertaking various roles associated with the planning of sporting events such as timetabling, rostering and creating a draw.


Achievement standards

Achievement standards

  • Achievement standards are provided at the end of each band of learning and include reference to both strands.

  • An achievement standard describes the quality of learning expected of students at the end of each year level.

    (e.g. the depth of their understanding, the extent of their knowledge and the sophistication of their skills)

  • Work samples illustrate achievement of the standard.


Key questions for evaluating the draft f 10 curriculum

Key questions for evaluating the draft F-10 curriculum


Department of education and communities consultation

Department of Education and Communities consultation

http://www.curriculumsupport.education.nsw.gov.au/secondary/pdhpe/ac.htm


Acara consultation

ACARA consultation

http://consultation.australiancurriculum.edu.au/


Your feedback is important

Your feedback is important

Your feedback is appreciated.

Access the Department’s consultation survey when available at http://www.curriculumsupport.education.nsw.gov.au/secondary/pdhpe/ac.htm

Please send any further written feedback to the PDHPE team at: [email protected]


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