Assignment on Develop Curriculum

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Develop Curriculum Year 7-8
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1MAIN BODY..................................................................................................................................1INRODUCTORY SEGMENT........................................................................................................1INQUIRY LEARNING SEGMENT...............................................................................................2ASSESSMENT SEGMENT............................................................................................................4RESOURCES SEGMENT..............................................................................................................5Strategies and Approaches of teaching........................................................................................6CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................7REFERENCES................................................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONCurriculum refers to the academic contents or lessons which will be taught in school or ina particular course to individual. In simple term it can be said that, curriculum is the skills as wellas knowledge student expected to be learn. It includes learning standards and objectives which isexpected to be meet (Smith, Patel and Satava, 2014). This report is based on the curriculum of 7to 8 year students and according to the New South Wales Curriculum it comes under Stage 4.moreover, it combine three KLAs into an inquiry based integrated curriculum unit which involve4 segments i.e., introductory, inquiry learning, assessment and resources. Along with this severalother factors related to curriculum is discussed below.MAIN BODYIntegrated Curriculum can be described asan approach which purposefully Drawstogether skills, attitude, knowledge, attitude and value within the subjects area. With the motiveof developing strong understanding of key ideas as well as thoughts. Integrated curriculumoccurs when several components get connected of curriculum in meaningful ways by studentsand their teacher. Moreover, an integrated curriculum can be considered as effective student-centred approach of teaching in order to provide and making subject inherently moremeaningful. In addition to this, it is helpful to make student learning more appropriate as theybecome capable to learn every subject n correct manner.INRODUCTORY SEGMENTThe introductory segment introduction of particular segment and in this segmentselecting 7 to 8 years students of Australia which includes three KLAs subjects for students. It isincluding introduction of subjects that what meaning of subjects and how to help for present andfuture scenario (Leland,Lewison and Harste, 2014). All three subjects have qualities and skillsfor learning criteria for students. This segment describes of curriculum unit the introductorysegment should describe the subject of the matter issues under examination. In this segmentcurriculum prepare for 7 to 8 –year -old students so for this segment selecting subjects English,Mathematics and Science. English Focuses on three standards literacy, language and literatureand every unit of English course develop the students' knowledge and appreciation of literature,while expanding their repertoire of English subject. Study of English is central to thedevelopment of all young people and helps to create imaginative, critical thinkers and1
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