Acurriculum is a set of tasks, activities, experiences and outcomes of learning. The curriculum is designed to support students to achieve a desired level of competence. According to the School Curriculum Framework of WA for example, the Curriculum Framework sets out the 'knowledge, understandings, skills, values and attitudes that students are expected to acquire'. These requirements are described as a series of learning outcomes.
It is the classroom teacher’s responsibility to create programs, lessons and assessments in line with the requirements of the curriculum. However, you will need to be aware of the basic structure of the curriculum and how it is used to create programs and lessons.
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