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    Grammar Online: Levels of Delicacy Online Module

    This self-paced online module uses the NSW Education Standards Authority grammar outcomes as its framework. Participants are guided to go from basic definitions and examples to the more complex, nuanced uses of grammar features in a range of texts, with examples provided for teaching grammar in both the primary and secondary classroom. The purpose of this resource is to teach grammar in use while still covering the basics for the generations of teachers who either missed explicit grammar teaching or grapple with understanding the relevance of grammar teaching. Upon successful completion participants will receive seven recognised professional learning hours.

    Final registrations will close on 30th November 2017 and participants must complete the course by 15th December 2017 after which the module will no longer be available.

    Primary & Secondary: Teachers K-10


    ESL , English

    Session Dates Venue
    #1 Available from 09/01/17 to 15/12/17 Self-paced Online Course



The Association of Independent Schools of NSW is endorsed to provide NESA Registered Professional Development for teachers accredited at Proficient, Highly Accomplished and Lead Teacher in NSW. the courses in this professional learning calendar will contribute the indicated hours and minutes of NESA Registered PD addressing the listed Standard Descriptors from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient, Highly Accomplished or Lead Teacher Accreditation in NSW.


In order to be eligible to receive the NESA Registered PD hours and have these recorded with NESA, and to receive an AIS certificate of participation, all components of an AIS professional learning course, conference or online activity need to be completed. This includes:

  • Attendance for the entire duration of the activity/event, including signing on each day where applicable and recording your individual NESA number
  • Appropriate participation including engaging fully with face to face or online activities.
  • In online modules, appropriate participation includes providing meaningful and substantial contributions to group discussions, writing detailed reflections and providing feedback to other participants as required.
  • Completion of pre, post and online tasks where applicable

Not fully meeting the participation requirements may result in professional learning hours not being registered with NESA and/or the participation certificate not be awarded.

For further information about Professional Learning services please contact Head of Teaching, Learning and Program Implementation Services - Darryl Buchanan on 02 9299 2845 or