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					LOTE Progression Points for Bilingual Programs - Non-Roman Language Group

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VELS Progression                                                                 Communicating in the LOTE                                                                       VELS
Level   Points                                                                                                                                                                   Level
                                Listening                               Speaking                                  Reading                               Writing
                   Repeat teacher-modelled use            Begin to follow simple                 Identify the names of visible           Identify some letter-sound
                   of the language                        classroom directions.                  objects and items from                  relationships and copy and
                                                      Y                                        Y aural/visual cues                     Y trace letters and letter clusters   Y
          0.5                                                                                                                            and match them to sounds and
                   Participate in choral use of the
                   language                           Y                                        Y                                       Y                                     Y

                   Introduce themselves, greet            Follow simple classroom                Correct reading of some                 Identify letter-sound
                   and farewell the teacher               directions.                            familiar words; for example,            relationships and copy and
Level 1

                                                                                                                                                                                 Level 1
                                                      Y                                        Y words in the title of a simple        Y trace letters and letter clusters   Y
                                                                                                 reading text, or labels on              and match them to sounds and
                                                                                                 objects in the classroom.               words.
                   Observe the process of                 Recognise the different sounds         Distinguish selected letter             Approximate use of letters for
                   interpreting and perform some          of similar letters, and                sounds from English, match              some letter–sound
          1.00                                        Y                                        Y sounds and letters, identify          Y relationships and common            Y
                   of its simple features using           demonstrate differences for
                   single words or phrases                key sounds.                            words for concrete items from           words.
                   Demonstrate how culturally-                                                   cues, etc.                              Notice and discuss the different
                   specific gestures and body                                                                                            writing system, and practise
                   language are used.                 Y                                        Y                                       Y writing individual letters and      Y
                                                                                                                                         other symbols.
                   Introduce themselves, greet                                                   Predictions about events in a           Write words/letters in context
          1.25     and farewell the teacher, and      Y                                        Y text from looking at the cover        Y and in modelled sentences           Y
                   express thanks and apologies                                                  and illustrations
                   Generate simple original               Application of listening skills to       Accurate reading of high-             Recognize the use of the
                   sentences (including                   a range of conversations and             frequency words                       language in several media and
                   expressing likes and dislikes)     Y   other spoken texts.                  Y                                       Y information and                     Y
                                                                                                                                         communications technologies,
                                                                                                                                         and produce simple multimedia
          1.50                                                                                                                           texts in the language
                                                                                                   Prediction of what a text will be
                                                      Y                                        Y   about, using textual features and   Y                                     Y
                                                                                                   some known words
                                                                                                   Naming all uppercase and
                                                                                                   lowercase letters in the
Level 2

                                                                                                                                                                                 Level 2
LOTE Progression Points for Bilingual Programs - Non-Roman Language Group

                 Respond to simple questions                                                  Pronounce the sounds                  Extrapolate from familiar
                 about short songs, stories and                                               attributed to letters in context      sounds, signs and so on, to
                                                     N                                      N                                     N                                    N
Level 2

                                                                                                                                                                           Level 2
                 rhymes                                                                       by reading aloud or repeating         spell new words
          1.75                                                                                pronunciation associated with
                                                                                              written words                         Recognize and use accents and
                                                     N                                      N                                     N punctuation suited to the          N
                                                                                                                                    language, where applicable.
                 Integrate some culturally-            Recognize variations in how            Retelling of the main ideas in a      Demonstrate an understanding
                 specific gestures and body            people respond in daily                text; for example, the plot           of variation in language use,
                 language into their own oral        N situations and describe the          N after listening to the reading of   N depending on the audience and      N
                 communications.                       values underpinning these              a picture story book or               context.
                                                       responses                              watching a video
                 Demonstrate the general                                                                                            independently produce words
          2.00   characteristics of interpreting                                                                                    in writing and produce original
                                                     N                                      N                                     N                                    N
                 and translating in specific                                                                                        variations on modelled written
                 activities                                                                                                         sentences.
                 Express their own preferences
                 or views and communicate
                 meaning for their own               N                                      N                                     N                                    N
                 purposes in the language

                 Use basic structures in                 Listen to short, simple texts        Use of strategies for working           Write simple sentences based
                 response to simple questions            and show understanding               out the meaning of unfamiliar           on modeled examples
          2.25                                       N                                      N words in context; for example,      N                                    N
                                                                                              sounding out, rereading, using
                                                                                              cues from illustrations

                 Construct questions                   Application of listening skills to     Use a dictionary in guided              Use substitution strategies to
                 themselves using information          a range of conversations,              situations to find the meaning          generate changed meaning
Level 3

                                                                                                                                                                           Level 3
          2.50   from the answers they receive       N discussions and spoken texts;        N of simple words and to expand       N                                    N
                 in structured situations              about real or imagined events.         their vocabulary resources
                 Participate effectively in very                                              Understand new words                  Use simple software
          2.75   simple interpreting and             N                                      N introduced into familiar written    N applications to demonstrate        N
                 translating routines.                                                        texts, predicting from clues          understanding of known
                                                                                                                                    vocabulary and structures
                 Appropriately integrate many          Recall some of the main ideas            Read sentences on familiar          Practise writing by copying,
                 culturally-specific gestures into     and information presented                topic.                              using modeled text and
          3.00   their oral communication            N after listening to short live or     N                                     N generating sentences of            N
                                                       recorded presentations.                                                      original text.
LOTE Progression Points for Bilingual Programs - Non-Roman Language Group

                                                          Listen to others and respond         Read and respond to simple           Write in the language using
                                                          appropriately to what has been       and familiar texts.                  modeled texts and generating
                                                          said.                                                                     original materials with teacher
                 With teacher guidance,                 Comprehension of short simple         With teacher guidance, reading       Use of models to convey
                 participation in oral interactions   N factual spoken information and      N of short, familiar, modified       N simple factual information in       N
                 on simple prepared topics              discrimination between sounds.        texts for meaning                    short written phrases and
          3.25   Participation in simple spoken           Comprehension of short               Reading of short familiar texts     sentences.writing based on
                 exchanges based on daily                 familiar spoken items, using         with knowledge of the                modelled examples, and use of
                 routines.                                basic structures in response to      alphabet, the sounds of letters      basic keyboard skills in the
                                                          simple listening tasks.              and some accents.                    target language.
                 Guided participation in oral           Comprehension of simple               Guided reading of short,             Use of substitution strategies
                 interactions on simple                 factual spoken information on         familiar, modified texts for         or models to convey factual
                 everyday topics                      N familiar topics; for example,       N overall meaning                    N information or generate             N
                                                        matching items                                                             changed meaning in writing
                 Participation in simple role-          Comprehension of familiar              Reading of simplified texts,        Writing of simple sentences,
                 plays and other oral class             spoken items and factual               using word banks.                   using dictionary skills to
                 activities.                            information signalled by body                                              enhance reading and writing,
                                                        language or modelled                                                       and expansion of basic
                                                        responses.                                                                 keyboard skills.
                 Participation in oral interactions     Comprehension of the gist of          Use of sentence context,             Use of known words and
                 on familiar topics including           factual spoken information and        predictable structures and           formulaic language in a series
                 culturally appropriate gestures      N familiar items with appropriate     N initial letters when attempting    N of linked sentences                 N
                 and body language                      oral responses                        to read unfamiliar words
Level 4

                                                                                                                                                                           Level 4
                 Participation in conversations         Comprehension of familiar             Reading of short, modified           Written responses to cues from
                 on familiar topics responding to       spoken items and factual              texts, using previously learnt       a text, using familiar structures
                 non-verbal cues.                     N information, showing                N language and knowledge in          N and formulaic language.             N
                                                        discrimination between sounds         new contexts
                                                        and tones.
                 Initiate and lead                      Comprehension by retelling            Read a wide range of short           Writing in paragraphs, they
                 communication and respond to           what they heard, including            and/or modified texts for            express themselves in a range
                 communication initiated by           N identification of key points.       N meaning and for use as models      N of contexts and are sensitive to    N
                 others.                                                                      in their own writing.                the audience and purpose of
                                                                                                                                   the writing.
                 Participate in oral interactions                                             Read aloud effectively and           Using print and electronic
                 to convey and receive                                                        apply knowledge of                   resources, they draft, self-
                 information. Students                                                        pronunciation, punctuation,          correct, access dictionaries,
                                                      N                                     N                                    N                                     N
                 demonstrate sound-                                                           tone and letter-sound                script check and present
          4.00   discrimination effectively.                                                  variations in particular             written products.
LOTE Progression Points for Bilingual Programs - Non-Roman Language Group

                                                                                                                                Apply their knowledge of word
                                                                                                                                meanings, word associations
                                                     N                                    N                                   N and cognates to their own          N
                                                                                                                                written work.

                                                                                                                                Organise and apply
                                                     N                                    N                                   N grammatical information and        N
                                                                                                                                knowledge of words, conduct
                                                                                                                                dictionary research, and work
                 Participation in simple                 Use of strategies to assist        Reading of short, modified          Writing of short paragraphs or
                 conversations and role-plays            understanding of core ideas in     texts on familiar topics for        linked sentences to provide
                 on familiar topics.                     spoken information.                meaning, selecting and locating     simple information, showing a
          4.25                                       N                                    N                                   N                                    N
                                                                                            core information                    basic understanding that
                                                                                                                                language follows a system.

                                                     N                                    N                                   N                                    N

                 Initiation of oral interactions       Use of strategies to assist            Reading of short, modified        Use of learnt language in
                 and use of simple utterances          understanding and recall,              texts, evaluating simple          writing short paragraphs,
                 on familiar topics.                   responding orally to key               information                       employing strategies for
                                                     N                                    N                                   N                                    N
                                                       information in simple                                                    checking that show basic
                                                       conversations.                                                           awareness of simple
                                                                                                                                grammatical rules.
          4.50                                                                              Read independently and
                                                                                            respond to short imaginative
                                                                                            and informative texts with
                                                     N                                    N familiar ideas and information,   N                                    N
                                                                                            predictable structures, and a
                                                                                            small amount of unfamiliar
                                                                                            vocabulary. (engl)
                 Initiation of, and participation      Use of cues and strategies to        Reading, comprehension and          Use of recycled language and
                 in, oral interactions on familiar     assist understanding of key          evaluation of a range of short,     strategies to self-correct,
                 topics, using short utterances        information and supporting           modified texts and locating and     demonstrating an
          4.75   to express facts and personal       N details.                           N downloading simple                N understanding of the               N
                 opinions.                                                                  information                         grammatical nature of
                                                                                                                                language when writing linked
                                                                                                                                paragraphs on simple topics
                 Adapt language and gesture                                                   Read silently and aloud to        Create simple original text for
                 appropriately for the role,                                                  extract and/or communicate        specific audiences and
Level 5

                                                                                                                                                                       Level 5
                 audience and purpose of the                                                  information.                      purposes in print and electronic
                                                     N                                    N                                   N                                    N
                 interaction.                                                                                                   form.
Level 5

                                                                                                                                                                       Level 5
LOTE Progression Points for Bilingual Programs - Non-Roman Language Group

                 Demonstrating awareness of                                                                                    Write paragraphs and linked
                 the cultural and language                                                                                     sequences, using appropriate
                 requirements of a range of        N                                     N                                   N script and language related to      N
                 situations associated with the                                                                                the topic.
                 topics being studied.
                                                                                                                                 Critically review their own
                                                   N                                     N                                   N                                     N

                                                                                                                               Draft their writing and use a
                                                                                                                               variety of writing techniques
                                                   N                                     N                                   N and tools to present                N
          5.00                                                                                                                 information in a range of text
                                                                                                                               Locate and download
                                                                                                                               information in the language
                                                   N                                     N                                   N from a variety of print and         N
                                                                                                                               electronic resources including
                                                                                                                               dictionaries and reference
                                                                                                                               Write and edit their own work
                                                                                                                               in the language and identify
                                                   N                                     N                                   N areas where they need further       N
                                                                                                                               Use accents, tone markers and
                                                                                                                               punctuation where appropriate
                                                   N                                     N                                   N for the topic and context of the    N
                                                                                                                               Write in linked paragraphs for
                                                   N                                     N                                   N specific purposes.                  N

                 Participation in oral               Comprehension and recall of           Reading of modified text types      Manipulation of models, using
                 interactions, using appropriate     the main ideas from spoken            on selected topics to extract       accurate grammar and recycled
                 register; for example,            N texts, using aural and visual       N meaning with the support of       N language to express new ideas       N
                 extending short dialogue with       cues to identify the intention of     contextual and linguistic clues     in writing for specific audiences
          5.25   opinions and ideas                  the speaker                                                               and purposes

                                                   N                                     N                                   N                                     N
LOTE Progression Points for Bilingual Programs - Non-Roman Language Group

                 Participation in oral                Comprehension of spoken texts        Reading and evaluation of a            Writing of short original texts,
                 communication, using                 with ready selection of relevant     range of text types deciphering        using a range of text types
                 appropriate register and           N points of information and          N meaning from contextual and          N appropriate to the audience,         N
                 advancing the interaction with       supporting detail                    linguistic clues                       context and purpose
          5.50   new ideas

                                                    N                                    N                                      N                                      N

                 Participation in, and initiation     Comprehension and evaluation         Reading and analysis of texts          Original writing in different text
                 of, oral interactions; for           of facts and opinions from a         to extract their meaning for           types and a variety of styles
                 example, extending an                range of both modified and           summary or evaluation                  appropriate to the audience,
                                                    N                                    N                                      N                                      N
                 interaction with ideas and           authentic spoken texts               including use of context to infer      context and purpose, using
          5.75   opinions in a new context                                                 meaning                                connectives to add cohesion

                                                    N                                    N                                      N                                      N

                 Effectively use pronunciation,         Identify relevant information      Deduce relationships, mood,            Express themselves through
Level 6

                                                                                                                                                                           Level 6
                 intonation and metre.                  and ideas from spoken texts.       attitudes and social context           extended writing in the
                                                    N                                    N from visual stimuli.                 N language in print and electronic     N

                 Spontaneously participate in                                              Identify characteristics in the        Recognise and use the
                 interactions related to a                                                 individual style of writers of the     conventions of a range of text
                 specific topic, and employ         N                                    N language in relation to the          N types.                               N
                 insights from previous                                                    audiences and purposes for a
                 language learning in oral                                                 particular text.
                 Initiate and maintain                                                     Read texts and effectively
                 interactions to give and receive                                          extract main ideas and detailed
                 information and impressions.       N                                    N information for use in new           N                                      N
                 Reproduce the main features of                                            Read selected texts with
                 grammar in the language, and       N                                    N fluency.                             N                                      N
                 identify differences between
                 English and other languages.
                 Identify ways in which                                                    Read for meaning and to
                 intentions and ideas are           N                                    N communicate information.             N                                      N
                 expressed differently in
                 different languages.

LOTE Progression Points for Bilingual Programs - Non-Roman Language Group

             Communicate information in
             translation and interpretation
             activities, demonstrating          N   N                N      N
             careful consideration of the
             needs of the listener or reader,

                                                N   N                N      N

                                                N   N                N      N

                                                N   N                N      N

                                                N   N                N      N


                                                N   N                N      N

                                                N   N                N      N


                                                N   N                N      N
LOTE Progression Points for Bilingual Programs - Non-Roman Language Group

Progression                             Intercultural Knowledge and Language Awareness
                           Intercultural Knowledge                                Language Awareness
              Recognise some culturally-specific gestures and     Identify some of the relationships between
              body language.                                      selected letters or sounds in the language
                                                                Y compared to English or other familiar               Y
   0.5                                                            languages

              Demonstrate an understanding of some of the
              differences in how people eat and dress and       Y                                                     Y
              gesture, write and say things
              Display an awareness of different ways of doing       Express their own preferences in the language,
              things in particular situations                       or by responding to cues given in the language.
                                                                Y                                                     Y

              Identify a cultural icon, geographic feature,
              famous building or cultural practice and make a
  1.00                                                          Y                                                     Y
              simple statement about it in the language

                                                                Y                                                     Y

              Name some colours, shapes, objects, places
  1.25        and people associated with a country where the    Y                                                     Y
              language is spoken
              Recognize some culturally specific gestures and
              body language.
                                                                Y                                                     Y

                                                                Y                                                     Y
LOTE Progression Points for Bilingual Programs - Non-Roman Language Group

        Identify two or more places, features, famous         Participate in the creation and maintenance of
        buildings, landmarks or cultural practices in         the language and cultural ambience in the
                                                            N                                                      N
        another society, and describe some aspect of          classroom.
 1.75   these in simple sentences in the language

                                                            N                                                      N

        Recognize variations in how people respond in         Recognize the similarities and differences
        daily situations and describe the values              between languages; for example, in sentence
        underpinning these responses                        N structures.                                          N

                                                            N                                                      N

                                                            N                                                      N

        Demonstrate an understanding of culturally            Identify and use key features of the language,
        appropriate values, responses and patterns of         such as grammatical gender, tones, formal and
 2.25   behaviour in particular situations related to the   N informal modes of address                            N
        topics being studied

 2.50                                                       N                                                      N

                                                                Explore a topic of interest through the language
 2.75                                                       N                                                      N

        Compare and contrast like events in cultures            Develop revision materials for language rules
        which use different languages.                          and applications to share with other students.
 3.00                                                       N                                                      N
LOTE Progression Points for Bilingual Programs - Non-Roman Language Group

        Compare and contrast like events in cultures           Develop revision materials for language rules
        which use different languages.                         and applications to share with other students.

        Awareness of culturally appropriate behaviours       Use of models to convey simple factual
 3.25   and similarities and differences in cultural       N information in short written phrases and           N
        practices; for exmple, appropriate modes of          sentences

        Use of culturally appropriate behaviours when        Use and evaluation of effective language
        interacting with speakers of the target              learning strategies; for example, recognition of
 3.50   language; for example, making appropriate eye      N linguistic patterns, and cognates.                 N
        contact, and allowing for personal space

        Understanding of similarities and differences in     Confident use of and reflection on effective
        cultural practices and the use of culturally         language learning strategies; for example,
 3.75   appropriate behaviours and language in a           N observing and using language rules                 N
        range of familiar situations
        Use of culturally appropriate writing
        conventions; for example, conventions for
        writing a letter                                   N                                                    N

        Show awareness of the language and cultural          Acquire and use new information and language,
        requirements related to a given topic; and           and recycle previously learnt language skills
        adapt language and gesture appropriately for       N and knowledge in new contexts.                     N
        the role, audience and purpose of the
        Show awareness of the language and cultural          Demonstrate effective reflection on language
        requirements related to a given topic; they          learning by sharing a learning strategy being
        adapt language and gesture appropriately for         used successfully, or by evaluating and
                                                           N                                                    N
        the role, audience and purpose of the                improving a certain strategy.
 4.00   discourse.
LOTE Progression Points for Bilingual Programs - Non-Roman Language Group

        Apply relevant conversational rules and             Interact with members of the language
        expectations; for example, those related to         community in Australia as a means of
        politeness.                                       N extending understanding of perspectives on the     N
                                                            themes and topics studied in the classroom.

        Demonstrate understanding of cultural               Identify ways in which the language and culture
        differences in writing conventions for specific   N has impacted on Australia and present              N
        discourse forms by producing equivalent items       information in written or oral forms in the
        in another language.                                language
        Awareness of some aspects of the culture of         Comparison of words and concepts in English
        speakers of the target language                     and in the target language; for example,
                                                            gender, word order.
 4.25                                                     N                                                    N

        Knowledge of the target language, its speakers
        and where the language is spoken                  N                                                    N

        Participation in simple intercultural scenarios       Reflection on their language learning through
        and contribution to cultural ambience of the          the use and sharing of effective strategies.
        classroom; for example, contributing pictures
                                                          N                                                    N
        and realia to promote cultural perspectives.

 4.50                                                         Knowledge of register and structure in the
                                                              target language; for example, nouns, verbs and
                                                          N                                                    N

        Interactions with speakers of the target              Awareness of linguistic features that serve
        language to gain an understanding of diverse          specific purposes; for example, words with a
        views and beliefs.                                    common stem, word order.
 4.75                                                     N                                                    N

        Actively participate in the creation and            Demonstrate understanding of aspects of
        maintenance of the language and cultural            interpretation and translation by using
        ambience in the classroom.                          appropriate language and levels of respect in
                                                          N                                                    N
                                                            different circumstances, thus reflecting the
                                                            relationship between the speakers of the
LOTE Progression Points for Bilingual Programs - Non-Roman Language Group

        Select, interpret and present knowledge about       Express their own views and values in relation
        the language, its speakers, and countries           to simple scenarios or propositions.
        where it is spoken.                             N                                                    N

        Interact with a variety of speakers of the
        language from different countries and
        communities, including Australia, to gain       N                                                    N
        understanding of diverse views and beliefs
        within and between these communities.

                                                        N                                                    N

                                                        N                                                    N

                                                        N                                                    N

                                                        N                                                    N

                                                        N                                                    N

        Understanding of the range of perspectives        Awareness of language rules applied to, and
        held by speakers of a language in different       patterns found in, speech and writing in the
        settings, through interaction with the LOTE-    N target language; for example, formal/informal      N
        speaking community                                address and register
        Understanding of language as a complex
        system and how cultural influences affect the
                                                        N                                                    N
        way people behave and use language
LOTE Progression Points for Bilingual Programs - Non-Roman Language Group

        Awareness of language varying according to            Reflection on, and testing of, their
        context; for example, the linguistic differences      understanding of language as a complex
        between written and oral language, as in a          N system                                             N
                                                              Awareness of language rules applied to, and
                                                              patterns found in, speech and writing in
                                                            N                                                    N
                                                              everyday situations; for example, formulaic
                                                              expressions and contractions
        Context-sensitive language use, recognising           Knowledge of the ways rules can be applied
        similarities and differences in ideas and values      and transferred to other cultural settings; for
        in a variety of cultural situations                   example, use of titles, ways of addressing
                                                            N                                                    N
                                                              seniors and directness

        Use of appropriate language and mannerisms
        in a range of cultural settings.                    N                                                    N

        Demonstrate an awareness of the extent and            Demonstrate understanding of language as a
        limitations of the language through creation of       complex system through strategies such as
        realistic applications of knowledge and skills in   N reflection, drafting, questioning linguistic       N
        a range of situations.                                relationships, observing and hypothesising.

        Demonstrate knowledge of the effect of word           Test the validity of their understanding by
        order and context on meaning.                         referring to other speakers of the language,
                                                            N research and/or observation.                       N

        Through accurate and context-sensitive                Contribute to discussions about the general
        language use, demonstrate understanding of            concept of culture, and the relationships
        cultural influences on the ways people behave       N between cultures, including the effects of         N
        and use language.                                     migration and travel, by presenting illustrative
        Use illustrative examples in the language to
        explain the differences and similarities between    N                                                    N
        Identify general cultural patterns that flow
        across specific settings and times.                 N                                                    N

LOTE Progression Points for Bilingual Programs - Non-Roman Language Group

        Recognise nuances in meaning and
        demonstrate an awareness of the dynamic
        nature of language through the language and         N                                                 N
        mannerisms used in interactions in a range of
        cultural settings.
        Demonstrate an understanding of variations in
        cultural perspectives between speakers of the
        language in different settings, by effectively      N                                                 N
        interacting with members of the language
        community in Australia.
        Exploration of intercultural perspectives to          Understanding of language as a complex
        create language products                            N system of communication                         N

 6.25                                                         Use of appropriate language and mannerisms,
                                                            N and awareness of cultural protocols in          N
                                                              interactions with local language communities
        Exploration of intercultural perspectives to          Awareness of the dynamic nature of language,
        present information that has been modified for        varying language use in a range of culturla
        different auiences.                                 N settings                                        N

                                                              Use of appropriate language and mannerisms,
                                                            N and acknowledgment of cultural beliefs,         N
                                                              through communication with local language
        Exploration of intercultural perspecties to           Awareness of the dynamic nature of language
        translate and/or interpret activities, clarifying     through translations that reflect and
        culturally unique concepts.                         N understanding that cultural and linguistic      N
                                                              differences often prevent literal translation
 6.75                                                         between English and the target language

                                                              Awareness of cultural norms and perspectives
                                                            N through communication with the lote-speaking    N
                                                              communities in Australia and overseas.
 Insert         BILINGUAL REPORT
 School logo    SEMESTER 1 , 2010
                YEAR 2

                STUDENT NAME:

Students in the Bilingual Program at (school name) Primary School use (language)
LOTE (Languages Other Than English) in their study for (number) sessions each

The bilingual program at (school name) Primary School provides a rich experience of
language, which extends students’ learning in (language), and as a result many
students achieve above the expected level for LOTE. Unfortunately this cannot be
reflected in the standard Student Report Card, which makes no provision to report on
LOTE until Year 5 and only allows students to be graded one level above or below
their expected level. Therefore, we have added a page to the student’s report

Semester 1 Overview

LOTE Learning   Level     Level 2     Level 3     Level 4     Level 5      Level 6     VCE
Areas           Prep    Year Year   Year Year   Year Year   Year Year 8 Year 9 Year   Level
                         1      2    3      4    5      6    7                   10




Knowledge &
Language                # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #                                #

Work Habits     Need attention        Acceptable            Good            Excellent
Effort                
What has been achieved:

Areas for improvement/future learning:

Teacher:                       Legend
                                         ■   Your child’s achievement this semester
                                             The expected level of achievement


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