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Education Guide: JCU Curriculum Collection

Find targeted resources for research and referencing

What is the Curriculum Collection

The Curriculum Collection is a collection of materials representative of the range of resources usually found in preschool, primary and secondary school libraries. Its purposes are:

  • to support curriculum studies at JCU

  • to provide resources which students can evaluate and use during professional experience placements

  • to provide materials in a range of formats to allow for a variety of teaching strategies

  • to provide a current and retrospective collection of curriculum materials.

Search tips for curriculum material

A keyword search can be limited by Curriculum.

Material with certain subject headings is often located in Curriculum.
Examples of subject headings and subheadings:

  • Creative activities and seat work
  • English language -- Study and teaching
  • Mathematics -- Study and teaching (Early childhood)
  • Art -- Study and teaching (Primary)
  • Physical Education and Training -- Study and teaching
  • Science -- Study and teaching (Elementary)
  • Social sciences -- Study and teaching (Secondary)
  • Juvenile Fiction : = Children's literature / fiction
  • Juvenile Literature : = Children's nonfiction

Search the Library catalogue

Submit your search keywords in the box below to begin a catalogue search

Children's literature

The section containing children's and young adult fiction includes literature representative of the best available, and is also designed to support reading programs and other curriculum areas. The emphasis is on literature written in the English language, for example:

  • American literature C 810
  • British literature C 820
  • Australian literature C820.94

Books for all ages are intershelved, from picture books for young children to young adult novels.

Subject access is possible to many titles via subject headings in the Library catalogue. Contact your education Liaison Librarian for more information.

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