Consultation received on the Australian Curriculum developed by ACARA has a direct bearing on the final version that the VCAA will work with in the process of revising the Victorian Curriculum F-10 for these languages.
The first 4 languages (Phase 1: French, Italian, Chinese, Japanese) were endorsed by Education Ministers on 1 April 2022, with all the other learning areas/subjects.
The next 5 languages (Phase 2: German, Indonesian, Korean, Modern Greek, and Spanish) were then endorsed on 24 January 2023.
The next 4 languages (Phase 3: Arabic, Hindi, Turkish, Vietnamese) were released for public consultation on 1 February.
Consultation remains open for 10 weeks until 12 April.
Teachers and any other interested experts are encouraged to submit their feedback.
The consultation website for these 4 languages can be found here.
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Over 180 delegates attended the MLTAV 2023 Conference for a wonderful day of networking and professional learning.
A number of presenters have kindly shared their presentations and these are now linked to the conference program on the MLTAV site. If you were unable to attend or would like to revisit some of the great strategies and resources shared by presenters, click the link below.
MLTAV has launched a new collection or resources to support teachers of Langauges to further understand how to support development and transfer of students' literacy skills through all language learning.
The resources provide teachers with practical strategies that can be used to lead literacy conversations in schools with students, colleagues and leaders.