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Unit name Literacy and Numeracy 5 to 8 years
Unit code EPR301
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Education
Discipline Education
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Learning Outcomes

  1. Describe Literacy and Numeracy experiences suitable for diverse young learners drawing on theories of learning.
  2. Plan and design Literacy and Numeracy learning experiences based on relevant curricula and pedagogical approaches for diverse young learners.
  3. Justify and analyse the ways in which young children develop and learn Literacy and Numeracy across curricula.
  4. Use reflection as a basis for contemplating Literacy and Numeracy current, prior and future learning, and practice for diverse learners aged 5 – 8.




Task 1: Essay, 1400 words (35%)

Task 2: Case Study, 1200 words (35%)

Task 3: Reflective essay, 1200 words (30%)

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