Australian Curriculum Version 9.0


Language for interacting with othersexplore different ways of using language to express preferences, likes and dislikes (AC9EFLA02) (ENE-OLC-01)
Text structure and organisationunderstand that texts can take many forms such as signs, books and digital texts (AC9EFLA03) (ENE-CWT-01)

understand conventions of print and screen, including how books and simple digital texts are usually organised (AC9EFLA04) (ENE-CWT-01)
Language for expressing and developing ideasrecognise that sentences are keen units for expressing ideas (AC9EFLA05) (EN1-CWT-01)

recognise that sentences are made up of groups of words that work together in particular ways to make meaning (AC9EFLA06) (ENE-RECOM-01)

explore the contribution of images and words to meaning in stories and informative texts (AC9EFLA07) (ENE-RECOM-01)

recognise and develop awareness of vocabulary used in familiar contexts related to everyday experiences, personal interests and topics taught at school (AC9EFLA08) (ENE-VOCAB-01)

identify punctuation as a feature of written text different from letters; recognise that capital letters are used for names, and that capital letters also signal the beginning of sentences while punctuation marks signal the end (AC9EFLA09) (ENE-CWT-01)
Literature and contextsshare ideas about stories, poems and images in literature, reflecting on experiences that are similar or different to their own by engaging with texts by First Nations Australian, and wide-ranging Australian and world authors and illustrators (AC9EFLE01) (ENE-UARL-01)
Engaging with and responding to literaturerespond to stories and share feelings and thoughts about their events and characters (AC9EFLE02) (ENE-UARL-01)
Examining literaturerecognise different types of literary texts and identify features including events, characters, and beginnings and endings (AC9EFLE03) (ENE-UARL-01)
Creating literatureretell and adapt familiar literary texts through play, performance, images or writing (AC9EFLE05) (ENE-CWT 01)
Texts in contextidentify some familiar texts, such as stories and informative texts, and their purpose (AC9EFLY01) (ENE-UARL-01)
Interacting with othersinteract in informal and structured situations by listening while others speak and using features of voice including volume levels (AC9EFLY02) (ENE-OLC-01)
Analysing, interpreting and evaluatinguse comprehension strategies such as visualising, predicting, connecting, summarising and questioning to understand and discuss texts listened to, viewed or read independently (AC9EFLY05) (ENE-RECOM-01)
Creating textscreate and participate in shared editing of short written texts to record and report ideas and events using some learnt vocabulary, basic sentence boundary punctuation and spelling some consonant–vowel–consonant words correctly (AC9EFLY06) (ENE-CWT-01)

create and deliver short spoken texts to report ideas and events to peers, using features of voice such as appropriate volume (AC9EFLY07) (ENE-OLC-01)
Phonic and word knowledgerecognise and generate rhyming words, alliteration patterns, syllables and sounds (phonemes) in spoken words (phonological awareness) (AC9EFLY09) (ENE-SPELL-01)


Knowledge and understanding 
Historythe people in their family, where they were born and raised, and how they are related to each other (AC9HSFK01) (HTe-1)

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