Pre-service teachers will identify and document evidence of innovative pedagogical practices to support literacy and numeracy education across the curriculum within schools and other settings. In particular pre-service teachers will plan for and implement literacy and numeracy curriculum which caters for the learning of all students.
|1.||Analyse the learning needs of students across the full range of abilities to identify teaching strategies that are responsive to learning strengths and needs of student from diverse linguistic, cultural, religious and economic backgrounds, including students with disabilities and special learning needs;|
|2.||Critically evaluate and discuss literacy and numeracy teaching strategies and the integration of these strategies into the secondary school curriculum;|
|3.||Demonstrate their legislative, curriculum, assessment and reporting knowledge to develop teaching plans that promote student well-being, safety and inclusion catering for diversity of students including those with a disability,|
|4.||Demonstrate their knowledge and application of a range of practices to promote inclusion including students with a disability,|
|Assignment||Part 1: Autobiographical narrative on how you became literate (10%) Part 2: LANTITE diagnostic test (hurdle task)||40%|
|Presentation||Development & presentation of a single period lesson plan. Peer Assessed.||10%|
|Essay||Personal theorising around the importance of inclusive education in schools||50%|
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