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  • Mathematics
  • English

Course Overview

Year 4 students will be learning the foundation and understanding, fluency, problem-solving and reasoning as an integral part of mathematics content across the three content strands: number and algebra, measurement and geometry, and statistics and probability. These course topics reinforce the foundation stages of working mathematically within the content and describe how the content is explored or developed. Students will explore the language to build in the developmental aspects of the learning of mathematics and working mathematically confidently and fluently. Their achievement reflects the content and their able to understand, problem solve, reasoning that includes explaining mental strategies and fluency to performing calculations.

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Space and Shapes Position Measurement

Understanding Numbers and operations

Fractions Money

Chance Data Time

  • Term 1
  • Term 2
  • Term 3
  • Term 4
Week Topics
Week 1
Space and Shapes: 2D Shapes
Week 2
Space and Shapes: 3D Shapes
Week 3
Space and Shapes 3
Week 4
Position: Directions
Week 5
Position: 2 and Assessment
Week 6
Measurement: Length
Week 7
Measurement: Area
Week 8
Measurement: Mass
Week 9
Measurement: Capacity and Assessment
Week 10
Measurement and Space Applications
Week Topics
Week 1
Understanding Numbers: Place Value
Week 2
Understanding Numbers: Rounding Numbers
Week 3
Understanding Numbers: Even and Odd
Week 4
Number Operations: Addition and Subtraction 1
Week 5
Number Assessment
Week 6
Number Operations: Addition and Subtraction 2
Week 7
Number Operations: Multiplication
Week 8
Number Operations: Division
Week 9
Number Operations: Assessment
Week 10
Number Problem Solving
Week Topics
Week 1
Introduction Fraction: modelling, collection and comparing
Week 2
Types of fractions: equivalent, fifths, and tenths
Week 3
Fractions to Decimal: tenths and hundredth
Week 4
Decimal modelling and comparison
Week 5
Fractions Assessment
Week 6
Money: adding coins and Writing amounts
Week 7
Money: amounts to $1, $2 and $5
Week 8
Money: Skip counting $2, $5 and $10
Week 9
Money Assessment
Week 10
Money Problem Solving
Week Topics
Week 1
Chance: Language of Chance and Possible Outcomes
Week 2
Chance: Likelihood and chance experiment
Week 3
Data: Collecting and representing
Week 4
Data: Analysis and Practice
Week 5
Data and Probability assessment
Week 6
Time: Months and Calendar dates
Week 7
Time: Language of time and time facts
Week 8
Time: ordering events and Seasons
Week 9
Time assessment
Week 10
Time Lapse

Course Overview

Year 4 will start to learn the foundations to communicate effectively by thinking about language specific to a text and their purpose. They need to be able to think about the text they read and watch and be able to express these thoughts and ideas. It also requires students to read and view a wide variety of texts, from novels, visual images and film. Hence students must also learn to be able to identify and analyse techniques and explore more themes and ideas. Year 3 and 4  students will study the use of the English language in its various textual forms and students will mainly focus on reading comprehension skills and writing skills with a range of spoken, written and visual texts of varying complexity through which meaning is shaped, conveyed, interpreted and reflected.

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Science and Historical World: Information Report Myths and Legends Sci-fi

Persuasive Editorial: Speeches Journal Letter

Getting Creative: Descriptions Characterization Figurative Devices

Perspectives: Dreamtime stories Fables Poetry

  • Term 1
  • Term 2
  • Term 3
  • Term 4
Week Topics
Week 1
Information Report: Elephants
Week 2
Procedure: Water Conversation
Week 3
Narrative: The Egg
Week 4
Narrative: The Egg
Week 5
Daily Entry and Reading Assessment
Week 6
Animal Report: Australian Animals
Week 7
Narrative: Myths and Legends Of The Lost Treasures
Week 8
Recount: In The Waterhole
Week 9
Reading and Writing Assessment
Week 10
Procedure: Hot Chocolate
Week Topics
Week 1
Persuasive: Speeches 1
Week 2
Persuasive: Speeches 2
Week 3
Recount: Journal Entry
Week 4
Recount: Reading Angela
Week 5
Spelling and Reading Assessment: Anne Frank
Week 6
Journal Entry
Week 7
Expositions 1: Composing a letter to Mayor
Week 8
Expositions 2: Debate
Week 9
Reading and Writing Assessment
Week 10
Procedure: Hot Chocolate
Week Topics
Week 1
Introduction to Characterisation
Week 2
Narrative: Mans best friend
Week 3
Narrative: Show rather than tell
Week 4
Compose your Narrative
Week 5
Reading Assessment
Week 6
Impromptu Description
Week 7
Describe It!
Week 8
Introducing figurative device: Onomatopoeia and Simile
Week 9
Reading and Writing Assessment
Week 10
Paragraphs
Week Topics
Week 1
Introduction Poem: types of poems and devices
Week 2
Reading Poetry
Week 3
Compose your poem
Week 4
Reading Dreamtime stories
Week 5
Poetry and reading Assessment
Week 6
Introduction to Aesops and Fables
Week 7
Reading Aesops and Fables
Week 8
Compose your fable
Week 9
Reading and Writing Assessment
Week 10
Dreamtime Picture books Comprehension

$36.00 x Lesson x 1.5 hrs x additional support = $360 per term

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Organised Structured Lesson And Homework

We teach accordingly to the NSW Syllabus, with stuctured lesson plans, and homework helping student to develop good study habits.

Mentorship

We help students to maintain high marks with track progress and guide them with learning opportunities such as scholarships applications and leadership awards.

Additional Resources

Students will be able to access past papers and additional notes for further study and support.

Feedback and Assessment

We provide homework and assessment feedback to the students, ensuring they can improve on their marks.

Face to Face Learning

Whether the students are online or onsite for class, they will always meet with their teacher to have the full learning experience in the classroom

Additional Support

Students are able to ask for more help with their teacher outside out of classroom but they must their teacher inadvance.