Personal and social capability year10


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This presentation is simply a repackaging of the requirements of the Australian Curriculum for Peronal and Social Capability at the Year 10 level of high school. Nothing has been changed. You may find it easier to work on it with a slide presentation. You are free to use and share it under the copyright agreements which are linked on the last slide.

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  • @hudali15 We are only at the stage where the documents have been prepared and are available to us. Curriculum for 4 subject areas has already been introduced. We are now looking at the capabilities and they are supposed to be assessed but we have not worked out how. Each of these general capabilities has to be addressed by all school subjects. This all has to be worked out! I can only do it one slide at a time!
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  • Cathy, the determining factors of social management are very well reviewed in this presentation. Do they all have the same weight?
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Personal and social capability year10

  1. 1. Personal and social capabilityGeneral capabilities ACARAYear 10Level 6
  2. 2. Self awareness• Recognise emotions• reflect critically on their emotional responses to challenging situations in a wide range of learning, social and work-related contexts
  3. 3. Self awareness• Recognise personal qualities and achievements• assess their strengths and challenges and devise personally appropriate strategies to achieve future success
  4. 4. Self awareness• Understand themselves as learners• evaluate the effectiveness of commonly used learning strategies and work practices and refine these as required
  5. 5. Self awareness• Develop reflective practice• reflect on feedback from peers, teachers and other adults, to analyse personal characteristics and skill set that contribute to or limit their personal and social capability
  6. 6. Self management• Express emotions appropriately• consider control and justify their emotional responses, in expressing their opinions, beliefs, values, questions and choices
  7. 7. Self management• Develop self-discipline and set goals• critically analyse self-discipline strategies and personal goals and consider their application in social and work-related contexts
  8. 8. Self-management• Work independently and show initiative• establish personal priorities, manage resources effectively and demonstrate initiative to achieve personal goals and learning outcomes
  9. 9. Self management• Become confident, resilient and adaptable• evaluate, rethink and refine approaches to tasks to take account of unexpected or difficult situations and safety considerations
  10. 10. Social awareness• Appreciate diverse perspectives• articulate their personal value system and analyse the effects of actions that repress social power and limit the expression of diverse views
  11. 11. Social awareness• Contribute to civil society• plan, implement and evaluate ways of contributing to civil society at local, national regional and global levels
  12. 12. Social awareness• Understand relationships• explain how relationships differ between peers, parents, teachers and other adults, and identify the skills needed to manage different types of relationships
  13. 13. Social management• Communicate effectively• formulate plans for effective communication (verbal, nonverbal, digital) to complete complex tasks
  14. 14. Social management• Work collaboratively• critique their ability to devise and enact strategies for working in diverse teams, drawing on the skills and contributions of team members to complete complex tasks
  15. 15. Social management• Make decisions• develop and apply criteria to evaluate the outcomes of individual and group decisions and analyse the consequences of their decision making
  16. 16. Social management• Negotiate and resolve conflict• generate, apply and evaluate strategies such as active listening, mediation and negotiation to prevent and resolve interpersonal problems and conflicts
  17. 17. Social management• Develop leadership skills• propose, implement and monitor strategies to address needs prioritised at local, national, regional and global levels, and communicate these widely
  18. 18. Acknowledgements• Source: Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA)• Australian Curriculum• @sally07
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