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A personal collection of free-to-use classroom resources for teachers exploring ACARA: English.
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Classic Books - Read.gov

Classic Books - Read.gov | Australian Curriculum - English | Scoop.it

Classic Books of the Read.gov website provides primary source materials for comparing and evaluating a range of representations of individuals and groups in different historical, social and cultural contexts.

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Non-Fiction Text Structures! « Reading. Writing. Thinking. Sharing.

Non-Fiction Text Structures! « Reading. Writing. Thinking. Sharing. | Australian Curriculum - English | Scoop.it

This post provides  resources for teaching non-fiction text structure. The ideas shared are suited to upper primary grades, but can be adapted for the earlier grade-levels. Includes printable student worksheets, handouts and links to further resources.

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Petrina Hentschke's curator insight, July 6, 6:16 PM

Useful as we plan our unit on Local History.

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My Place Website

This My Place website is where you and your family can explore one place on earth and the kids who have lived there since time began.

Like the television series and the book, this site is filled with people, places and objects, each with their own special story. It’s a way to have fun with the changing face of time.

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Nonfiction text structure activity pages - Melissa Stewart

Nonfiction text structure activity pages - Melissa Stewart | Australian Curriculum - English | Scoop.it

Resources and activities are based on the author's book 'A place for frogs'. Teachers could adapt the ideas to suit their individual classroom situation.

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My Place for teachers

My Place for teachers | Australian Curriculum - English | Scoop.it

On this website you will find rich educational material to support primary and lower-secondary teachers using the My Place TV series in the classroom. Explore background information, aligned with the My Place stories, on events and people significant to Australia's history. Download clips and stills from the TV series, as well as teaching activities and student activity sheets that relate to current themes. Go behind the scenes with production information and interviews, or chat with other teachers and share stories in the teacher's forum

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