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Literacy

 The Literacy program aims to assist schools to improve the learning outcomes of educationally disadvantaged students and the educational participation of students with disabilities.

The Educational Consultant provides support and advice in the area of literacy from Reception to Year 10.

Contact details are:

Rosemary Kadow (E kadowr@ais.sa.edu.au Ph: 8179 1413)


Useful Websites

Australian Association for the Teaching of English (AATE) Is a national umbrella organisation for English teaching associations in Australia.

Australian Literacy Educators' Association (ALEA) This site provides details of the ALEA publications, awards, literacy policy and the annual conference.

English for the Australian Curriculum Freely-accessible Foundation to Year 10 online resource developed by teachers in collaboration with ALEA, AATE, PETAA & ESA. This resource is a national initiative to support the teaching and learning of English and literacy from Foundation to Year 10, produced in partnership with Education Services Australia and the joint associations of the Australian Association for the Teaching of English, the Australian Literacy Educators’ Association and the Primary English Teaching Association Australia.

Global Words Units of work integrating the teaching and learning of English and global citizenship education.

Literature Singles Australian curriculum-linked units of work based on contemporary children’s literature with links to supporting websites, teacher notes and other multimodal resource.

Primary English Teaching Association Australia (PETAA) Is a national professional association supporting primary school educators in the teaching and learning of English and literacies across the curriculum.

South Australian English Teachers Association (SAETA) is the professional association of South Australian English Teachers. Like all English teachers associations in Australia, SAETA is affiliated to AATE, the Australian Association for the Teaching of English.

The Statements of Learning for English (were managed by Australian Education Systems Officials Committee (AESOC) on behalf of the Ministerial Council on Education, Employment, Training and Youth Affairs (MCEETYA), and developed by Curriculum Corporation.)

Children's Book Council of Australia Visit the Children's Book Council of Australia website for regular Book Week updates.

National Literacy and Numeracy Week

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