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NSW Syllabuses

English Life Skills Stage 6 - Life Skills - Objective E Outcome 12

Outcome

A student:

  • ENLS6-12

    reflects on own learning processes and goals

Related Stage 6 outcomes ES11-10, ES12-10, EN11-9, EN12-9

Content

  • Students:
  • Engage personally with texts
  • collaborate with others to identify personal strengths pscwe
  • identify barriers to learning and strategies to overcome these psc
  • identify learning styles and consider strategies to improve learning pscwe
  • reflect on own learning, for example completing an evaluation of a unit of work, discussing progress cctpsc
  • reflect on skills of collaboration and consider strategies for improvement cctpscwe
  • recognise ways they monitor their understanding of texts psc
  • recognise pathways for further learning post-school we
  • recognise learning as a lifelong process we
  • identify language and literacy skills needed for post-school contexts cctwe
  • use feedback when editing texts and developing skills, for example peer and teacher feedback on composition skills, role-playing workplace interactions to improve response psc
  • use appropriate collaboration skills when engaging in the learning process pscwe
  • reflect on communication skills and styles and how these may change in different contexts cctpsc
  • participate in development of a personal learning plan pscwe
  • participate in development of a transition plan from school to post-school contexts we
  • identify personal, educational and/or workplace goals in the short, medium and long term, including for post-school contexts pscwe
  • identify steps to achieving goals, and people and resources required to support achievement pscwe
  • select and use appropriate technology to support learning goals ictwe
  • provide feedback to other students, for example evaluating other students' texts, assisting other students in the editing process eupsc

The course objectives express the knowledge, skills and understandings that are demonstrated through the outcomes and content. These are applied within the context of the modules.