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Scope and Sequences

A scope and sequence is an important step in the design of effective teaching and learning programs for a course. It summarises what is to be taught and the sequence in which it will be taught.

A scope and sequence shows the order of the units within a year or stage, and the syllabus outcomes that each unit addresses. Generally, a subject scope and sequence plan for a year should be captured on a single page.

Elements of a scope and sequence include:

  • title of each unit
  • sequence of each unit for the year/stage
  • duration of each unit
  • syllabus outcomes included in each unit (these are commonly represented by outcomes codes)
  • any specific-subject requirements (for example, text requirements, student research projects, a site study or time allocated to major aspects of a course)
  • additional information based on common practice in particular subject areas or particular school requirements

Where Life Skills outcomes are being integrated or taught concurrently, they should also be included in the scope and sequence. There will be variations in scope and sequences arising from the differences in course structures and syllabus requirements.

Scope and Sequence Grids are easily created in Edekit. The grids give a concise overview of units to be taught in a given teaching year. The teacher has the flexibility to manage the units in each grid, the number of weeks each unit is being taught, and the term in which it is taught

The key benefit of an Edekit Scope and Sequence is the direct to the underlying program units being taught

Scope and Sequences created are stored in your own My Scope and Sequences profile in the same way programs units are stored. As such individual teacher scope and sequences are also available for review by KLA and School co-ordinators.

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