|1.||Design and construct a self-assessment plan for assessing personal literacy skills and implement a personal plan of remedial action for improvement;|
|2.||Critically reflect on pedagogic knowledge of Language and Literacy conventions required in Literacy Education in the Primary Years;|
|3.||Evaluate models of language and literacy development and the types of teaching and learning practices and activities that are successful in improving students' literacy; and|
|4.||Design and construct a digital 'class ready' portfolio to assist students in developing mastery and use of language conventions, techniques, modes of communication and forms of representation in virtual and traditional text contexts and situations.|
|5.||Demonstrate capacity in engaging parents in the reporting of student learning and achievement process.|
|Exercise||Diagnostic assessment of personal and professional literacy content knowledge.||10%|
|Poster||Professional knowledge poster that demonstrates content development for effective teaching of literacy including strategies that involve parents||40%|
|Report||Critically reflect on models of language and literacy development in the primary years.||50%|
Literacy in Australia. Pedagogies for Engagement.
Seely Flint, A., Kitson, L., Lowe, K., & Shaw, K. (2014).
Milton, Queensland: John Wiley & Sons.
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