EVERY school will be made to teach at least one priority Asian language under a national Asian studies curriculum, as part of a comprehensive embrace of the region aimed at exploiting its rapidly growing wealth over the next decade-and-a-half.
Via Julie Lindsay, Jessica Raeside
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.
These links, to the three cross curricular priorities from the Australian Curriculum, contain lists of texts to support the study of English. Each area is arranged under the sub-headings of Early, Middle and Later Years. These are only suggested age categorisations.