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English Learning Intention Cards

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 20 pages | Years: F - 6

English learning intention cards aligned to the Australian Curriculum.

A set of  Learning Intention cards, perfect to display in the classroom to promote visible learning and explicitly show students what their learning goals are for a particular concept.

These learning intention cards have been written using the English Content Descriptions found in the Australian Curriculum v8.3 and have been created to use with our We’re Aiming High – Bump It Up Data Wall Display.

Print off the learning intention card that you wish to focus on with your class then laminate and display at the front of the class or attach it to the Bump It Up Learning Intention poster.

Use these learning intention cards as a generic learning goal then, as a class, determine the success criteria.

Please note that the success criteria for each learning intention card will be different for every class, depending on the ability level of the students. It is important to create the success criteria together as a class from the chosen learning intention card by making a list of the steps required to achieve the goal.

Use this resource with our We’re Aiming High – Bump It Up Data Wall Display.

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  • Hilary Ferguson
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    These are great. In the year 2 download on page 7 suffixes is spelt with a c!

    • Bronwyn
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      Hi, Hilary! Thanks for picking that one up - we're on it!

  • Bry
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    Loving this! It has saved me so much time typing them up myself to display on my class' focus board! Wondering if this will also be done for science / HaSS / health / technology, etc?

    • Royce (Teach Starter)
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      Hi Bry, Thanks for your suggestion. Please feel free to request a resource here: https://www.teachstarter.com/request-a-resource/ Requests are voted on by the Teach Starter community. We create the top request each week. Please let me know if you have any further questions, I'm more than happy to help.

  • Kristian
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    Hi Shelby, thank you for your suggestion. We are continually adding more flexibility and features to our resources, so we will certainly make a note of your suggestion. I will keep you updated on any progress. Please let me know if you have any further questions, I’m always happy to help.

  • Lisa Baxter
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    Thank U! Thank U!! THANK U!!! Teach Starter....you are amazing <3 This resource will be used EVERY DAY! One VERY happy teacher here :)

    • Stephanie (Teach Starter)
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      You're most welcome, Lisa! We are here to help you as much as we can. Enjoy the resource.

  • Lisa Baxter
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    This is great and saves soooo much work :) Thank u :) Is it possible to change the border colour for each year level? I have a split class yr5/6 and the border is pale blue on both...it would be great is they were 2 different colours so I can show the difference between the 2 yr levels when I put them up on my board under my learning intention headings :) Thanks again :)

    • Alison Smith
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      Hi Lisa, Thanks for your positive comment and your request. We have added different coloured borders to support you and your class. We hope that you enjoy using this resource. Have a great day!

  • Shelby McAllister
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    Is there a black and white/low ink version available?

  • glenys sims
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    Thankyou for this resource it meets the need s of our school goals and helps save time for doing this also I can put it straight up on the whiteboard thankyou again.

    • Victoria (Teach Starter)
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      Hi Glenys, Thank you for your positive comment! We hope you find this resource helpful in the classroom. Kind regards, Victoria.