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Syllabus Glossary

  • dash - When a dash ‘–’ is used within a primary dot point, it is used to separate a term from its definition.
  • for example - Items in the list are examples used to help provide a context in which learning happens. They need not be the examples covered in a teaching program.
  • including - All items in the list should be covered and can be assessed. Additional items may also be added.
  • learn about - The theory and concepts the students are required to learn.
  • learn to - The experiences the students should undertake to assist in learning their theory.
  • namely - Only listed items should be covered. No other items should be added.
  • such as - Items in the list are only examples. They need not be the ones covered in a teaching program.
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