Last chance this year to get Languages programs and assessments ready for the new syllabus

The deadlines to register for the new language syllabus workshop trilogy are approaching. Don’t miss out on this suite of NESA registered one-day workshops:

  • understand the new syllabus
  • write engaging units of work
  • design authentic assessment tasks
  • organise data for reporting
     
    Click on the links below to register now!
WorkshopWorkshop dateRegister and pay by
NSW Language syllabuses – rewriting stage 4 programs29 November 201915 November
2019
It starts with the task – Stage 5 assessment in Languages5 December
2019
21 November
2019

See what previous participants have to say

Fantastic, inspiring, and soooooooo useful! I can’t wait to start using the ideas to create new assessment tasks – and that is something that I usually dread…but not any more! Thank you so much. (Lise Hodgkinson, La Salle Academy Lithgow)

Very valuable information and ideas to share with colleagues at school and implement in the program. Thank you. (M. Gava, CBHS Lewisham)

The workshop was enjoyable and useful. It was well paced with the process of assessment being covered. Good examples were given as stimulus. (K.Cousins)

Leanne’s workshop was very thorough as well as informative. We learnt not only what the new syllabus entitles, but how to integrate it in new syllabus entitles, but how to integrate it in our program – Leanne is very knowledgeable and able to answer to all the question, you may have about the syllabus, programming, task based activities and the teaching and learning of languages. (Virginie.)

This has been the most helpful PD I’ve done to date. I can use every aspect of today’s work to better what I am teaching in the future. (Jessica Cacciotti, Patrician Brothers’ Blacktown)

This has been a well balanced day. Each session has provided either reassurance or inspiration! (C. Bennett, St Raphael’s Catholic School)

This workshop was excellent. We’ve learnt so much & feel much more confident about how to rewrite stage 4 Programs in light of the new syllabus. Leanne is fantastic. I would recommend it to anyone who teaches languages! (C.Dunston)

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New language syllabus workshop trilogy – enrolments closing soon

The deadlines to register for the new language syllabus workshop trilogy are approaching. Don’t miss out on this suite of NESA registered one-day workshops designed to support Language teachers to:

  • understand the new syllabus
  • write engaging units of work
  • design authentic assessment tasks
  • organise data for reporting

Workshop

Workshop date

Register and pay by

NSW Language syllabuses – rewriting stage 4 programs 6 September 2019 23 August 2019
NSW Language syllabuses – rewriting stage 4 programs 29 November 2019 15 November 2019
It starts with the task – Stage 5 assessment in Languages 20 September 2019 6 September 2019
It starts with the task – Stage 5 assessment in Languages 5 December 2019 21 November 2019
Get organised! Create a digital day and mark book to match report outcomes. Online – anytime Register and pay anytime to complete online.

Can’t come to the Sydney CBD? The trilogy of workshops can be presented in any location across NSW if there is sufficient interest, so gather your colleagues and please let Leanne know where you would like her to run a workshop. We currently have teachers in Wagga Wagga / Albury and North Coast waiting for other colleagues to register the interest in a workshop.

Introducing the new language syllabus workshop trilogy

The new language syllabus workshop trilogy is a suite of NESA registered one-day workshops designed to support Language teachers to:

  • understand the new syllabus
  • write engaging units of work
  • design authentic assessment tasks
  • organise data for reporting

Attend one, two or all three workshops to be prepared to implement the new syllabus in your school. Feel excited about what you are going to teach!

Click on the links below to learn more about each workshop and enrol. Numbers are strictly limited – don’t miss out book now!

  1. NSW Language syllabuses – rewriting stage 4 programs
  2. It starts with the task – Stage 5 assessment in Languages
  3. Get organised! Create a digital day and mark book to match report outcomes.

Can’t come to the Sydney CBD? The trilogy of workshops can be presented in any location across NSW if there is sufficient interest, so gather your colleagues and please let Leanne know where you would like her to run a workshop.

NESA releases new language syllabuses for Arabic, Modern Greek, Turkish and Vietnamese

NESA has now released new syllabuses for the following languages:

If you teach these subjects, you will continue to use the current syllabus in 2019, but will use the new syllabus from 2020 as follows:

  • 2020 – implement for K-6 (for schools with languages programs), Year 7 and Year 9
  • 2021 –  implement for Year 8 and Year 10

Wondering where to start when rewriting your programs? Do you understand the opportunities the new syllabus presents for invigorating your teaching program? This one day workshop has been written for you. I am currently collecting expressions of interest to learn the best location to offer this workshop in 2019.

Participants leave the workshop:

  • familiar with the content for stage 4 2nd language learners in the new syllabuses
  • equipped with thinking tools to see how programs need to change
  • inspired with new ideas to give an authentic focus to units
  • and with a clear timeline for making changes.

Please contact Leanne if you are interested in attending this workshop in 2019.

Testimonials

See what previous participants have to say about the workshop:

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Would you like a say in what forms NSW K-10 syllabus?

BOSTES is currently seeking feedback on the draft K-10 Languages framework.

This will inform the writing of the draft K – 10 syllabus for Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Modern Greek, Russian, Spanish, Turkish and Vietnamese.

It is important to provide your feedback now, as this affects what you will teach in the future. Visit BOSTES to learn more.