|1.||Determine that language and literacy are social acts.|
|2.||Articulate the many ways in which multi-literacies are generated by capable young children and how they contribute to how young children construct their literacy language.|
|3.||Devise a range of curriculum that supports complex meaning making in language and literacy in diverse early childhood contexts.|
|4.||Present an understanding of expressive and receptive language for capable young children, including children with English as an additional language.|
|Assignment||Create a podcast describing personal literacy language journey||30%|
|Essay||Write an essay discussing current issues/debates/discussions in language and literacy including English as additional language||30%|
|Exercise||Using the view of children as capable, create a sequence of language and literacy experiences for a range of ages in early childhood||40%|
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