In Belonging, Being and Becoming--The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia, it highlights the importance of children using their home languages as well as Standard Australian English.
What does SAE stand for?
SAE stands for Standard Australian English
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We have 241 other meanings of SAE in our Acronym Attic
- Sons of Adam and Eve
- South American Explorers
- Soutien aux Enfants (French: Support for Children; tax credit)
- Special Area of Emphasis
- Spreading Activation Energy
- Stafford Act Employee
- Stamped Addressed Envelope
- Stand Alone Edit
- Stand Alone Executive
- Standard American English
- Strategic Account Executive
- Study of Artillery Effects
- Substance Abuse Evaluation
- Suitable Alternative Employment
- Supervised Agricultural Experience
- Surface Artificielle d'Escalade (French)
- Suspended Access Equipment
- Sustainable Agriculture Education
- Syarikat Azmir Engineering (Malaysia)
- System Architecture Evolution (3GPP)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Another salient focus of the National Curriculum is the notion of Standard Australian English (ACARA, 2009a, 3.
Teachers need to create a bridge for young Indigenous students between Aboriginal English and Standard Australian English as these students grapple with a new language, new concepts and the vocabulary presented for numeracy.
They may lack familiarity with their role as ESL teachers and they may be unaware of the children's limited exposure to Standard Australian English (SAE) before their schooling begins.
The coercion to learn Standard Australian English (SAE) continues to the present day, with many Australian Aboriginal people subjected to negative experiences when attempting to be successful readers and writers of this language.
au/) was created by Australian teachers and words are pronounced in Standard Australian English.
In assisting Indigenous students to master Standard Australian English the project used cooperative learning, high expectations and constant use of language for real purposes, all of which are part of culturally relevant pedagogy.