Victorian Curriculum Classical Greek has one learning sequence:
The content of Classical Greek is organised through two interrelated strands. The two strands are Engaging with texts and Understanding. Each strand contains several sub-strands.
|Strand||Engaging with texts||Understanding|
Accessing the ancient world through (language) texts
Engaging with people and ideas in the ancient world through texts that reveal language use and social and cultural practices
Systems of language
Understanding the language system, including sound, writing, grammar, vocabulary and text structure
Responding to texts
Engaging with and responding to (language) texts as literature and responding to (language) texts through reading aloud, reciting or performing
The powerful influence of language and culture
Understanding how languages vary in use (register, style, standard and non-standard varieties) and change over time and place; and the cultural legacy of the ancient world in the modern world
The role of language and culture
The relationship between language and culture
Translating (language) texts into English, comparing different interpretations of the same text and explaining these to others; translating and explaining (language) texts; and comparing and evaluating translations
Questioning reactions and assumptions in response to engaging with the Classical world, and considering how this affects one's own identity and world-view; reactions to engaging with the ancient world; and identity as a language learner
In Classical Greek, students’ progress along a curriculum continuum. The first achievement standard is provided at Level 8 and then at Level 10.