Go to page Content

Copyright and acknowledgments

Copyright © 2013 Education Services Australia Limited

Copyright of the material that comprises the website and units of work for the resource English for the Australian Curriculum (the material) is reserved to the Australian Government through Education Services Australia Ltd (ESA). Unless otherwise specified, reproduction or transmittal in whole, or in part, of material is allowed under conditions of a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial 3.0 Australia licence CC BY-NC 3.0 AU. See Terms of use.

Acknowledgments – Year 2 unit

Although this publication is copyright ESA, it contains material from other sources which is not owned by ESA. The feature image used on the unit home and overview pages titled Indigo Bunting Nest with eggs, is a photo by Richard Bonnet CC-BY-2.0. An Indigo Bunting is a small seed-eating bird in the family Cardinalidae that is migratory, ranging from southern Canada to northern Florida. For the Duration page and in Sequence 1 the illustration of The Teaching and Learning Cycle:: A systematic and explicit approach to literacy teaching. Source: Government of South Australia 2011, CC-BY-3.0-AU. In Sequence 1 the photo titled ‘Spring has sprung’, showing recently hatched chickens, is by Steve Jurvetson CC-BY-2.0. In Sequence 4 the photo of A wild short beak echidna, is by Fir0002/Flagstaffotos CC-BY-NC-3.0. In Sequence 5 the cover of Tick tock tick tock What's Up Croc? by Kim Michelle Toft, Silkim Books, 2011 reproduced with permission of Silkim Books, © Kim Michelle Toft. In Sequence 6 the photo of Chickens eating, is by Fir0002/Flagstaffotos CC-BY-NC-3.0. In Sequence 7 the photo of Marsh crocodiles basking in the sun is by Kmanoj CC-BY-3.0. In Sequence 10 the photo titled Fleet of cute, of an Anas platyrhynchos duck with ducklings is by Kim CC-BY-2.0. In Sequence 11 the analysis of image and text from the book Guji Guji is Adapted from Sharpe, T (2005) ‘Practical Strategies Scaffolding Students’ Responses to Picture Books: Literacy learning in the middle years’, Vol 13, Issue 1 (Feb), ALEA Journal and produced with permission. Source for content descriptions in curriculum summary tables for units of work: Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA).