Selecting issues that are topical and relevant to the lives of young people encourages students to engage, which helps with reading, writing and speaking – all part of studying English.
The TAC has developed a range of resources to promote the road safety message to young people and educate the next generation of drivers about road safety and risk taking behaviour.
The tasks listed below are aimed at Level 10 AusVELS with the material available in both print and non print texts.
Our key resources for Level 10 of AusVELS
The tasks featured here focus on performance at Level 10. The stimulus materials provided cover both print and non-print texts.
- Short Films - Connecting the Dots and all MAFMAD (Make a Film, Make A Difference) short films. These deal with the issues of individual core values and the legal implications of some decisions.
- Opinion Piece – An article by parenting author and educator Steve Biddulph on passenger restrictions for P plate drivers. Mentally, Teens Drive Best Alone by Steve Biddulph was published in the SMH (Sydney Morning Herald, 11 January, 2007). Here he sets out some challenges for law makers who are accountable to the community to create meaningful and effective laws.
- Writing Competition – Students can contribute to our school writing competition.
Download our resources:
- 2015 AusVELS Level 10 English teachers notes CTD
- 2015 AusVELS Level 10 English Lesson Sequence 1-6 CTD
- 2015 AusVELS Level 10 English BLM CTD
- 2015 AusVELS Level 10 English MAFMAD Part A Reading and Viewing
- 2015 AusVELS Level 10 English MAFMAD Part B Speaking and Listening
- 2015 AusVELS Level 10 English MAFMAD Part C Writing
- 2015 AusVELS Level 10 English Teaching film as text