Every Student

6NE1A

Natural Enviroment - Syllabus Outcome
Syllabus Outcomes
Syllabus Outcome: Ste-6NE Identifies that the way objects move depends on a variety of factors.

Syllabus Indicator 1: Observes the way a variety of familiar objects move, eg sliding, rolling, spinning and bouncing on the ground.

Framework Indicators

6NE1A: Observes the way a variety of familiar objects move, eg sliding, rolling, spinning and bouncing on the ground 

Teacher Language

Give an instruction

SN, look at the ball, it is bouncing.

SN, look at the toy, it is spinning.

Give an instruction

SN, look at the ball, it is bouncing.

SN, look at the toy, 

Students will be able to meet this outcome with varying levels of support. Fade this support as the student works toward developing independence. 

The definition for observe in this instance means the student is making eye contact with familiar objects that move. This may require full physical support and student’s observations may or may not be intentional. 

Teaching Activities 

6NE1A: Observes the way a variety of familiar objects move, eg sliding, rolling, spinning and bouncing on the ground (Syllabus Indicator)

Students accessing this framework can achieve this indicator as it is written. For this activity it may be necessary for teachers to manipulate the environment. This may include physically placing a student where they can see a bouncing ball or a spinning toy. Additionally, full physical support may be needed to direct the student’s eye gaze so they are actually looking at the moving object. Whilst doing this the teacher would state ‘SN, look at the ball, it is bouncing’, ‘SN, look at the toy, it is spinning’. 




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