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 This is a NON-Editable Print ONLY  BUNDLE of 4 Learning Areas for Year 4 : It is PRINT Only

  1. Australian Curriculum Achievement Standard & Curriculum Content Descriptors – English
  2.  Australian Curriculum Achievement Standard & Curriculum Content Descriptors – Maths
  3. Australian Curriculum Achievement Standard & Curriculum Content Descriptors – Science
  4. Australian Curriculum Achievement Standard & Curriculum Content Descriptors – HASS   (Geography, History, Civics & Citizenship)

Not Suitable for WA/NSW/VIC  

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Year 4 PRINT ONLY Achievement Standard & Content Descriptors Checklists & Student Trackers BUNDLE  (editable version Available) – Suitable For all states except NSW, WA & Victoria 

Digital Download –  Secured PDF – 36 Students –  NOT Editable No copy, cut, paste, customising or extracting of the information in this document) 

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What’s included:

The Kit includes Whole Class Checklists & Individual Student Trackers for the:

  1. Achievement Standards Checklists – Individual Student & Whole Class Trackers
  2. Curriculum Content Description Checklists (including AC Numbers)– Individual Student & Whole Class Trackers

This set of Student Trackers allows you to gradually transition into this next phase of AC Implementation, Assessment & Reporting by allowing you to track & monitor your students against the Curriculum Content Descriptors & Achievement Standard as a whole class and by individual student.
(See DET AC Implementation Timeline for exact dates).

Use these trackers to: 

  • Write end of semester reports
    • Set Learning Area & Phase of Learning Team Targets
    • Inform & guide planning for programs and lessons
    • Identify student needs
    • Develop Individual & Group Education Plans
    • Identify student achievement for end of year handovers
    • Help students set personal goals and targets
    • Keep parents informed about the Australian Curriculum
    • Identify home work programs 

This teaching resource and the intellectual property it contains has been developed by A+ Teaching Resources and is protected under copyright 2016. It may be printed & photocopied by the original purchaser for single classroom use only and may not be put on the internet, re-sold or re-distributed in any other form.Schools must purchase individual copies for individual teachers and MUST NOT share or load onto school shared drives without a Licence.“© Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) 2010 to present, unless otherwise indicated. This material was downloaded from the Australian Curriculum website (Website) (accessed [2016]) and was not modified. The material is licensed under CC BY 4.0. Version updates are tracked on the Curriculum version history page of the Australian Curriculum website. ACARA does not endorse any product that uses the Australian Curriculum or make any representations as to the quality of such products. Any product that uses material published on this website should not be taken to be affiliated with ACARA or have the sponsorship or approval of ACARA. It is up to each person to make their own assessment of the product, taking into account matters including, but not limited to, the version number and the degree to which the materials align with the content descriptions (where relevant). Where there is a claim of alignment, it is important to check that the materials align with the content descriptions (endorsed by all education Ministers), not the elaborations (examples provided by ACARA).”