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Wet ‘n’ wild Wetlands world – AT

As part of their Science inquiry learning, students in Years 5 and 6 learned about ponding in the school wetlands. Ponding is part of an integrated program, that incorporates STEAM and German.  Students learn German in weekly lessons from Foundation …

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Alltag interview and recount – AT

Students learnt about describing and relating daily routines and activities, and how to write and talk about these using the past tense. They were introduced to the topics using ‘Das Tagesablaufdomino’ game (for everyday routines and related vocabulary). …

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Classification - AT

Students had investigated the role of classification in the biological sciences. After a visit to a local wildlife park, where students observed features and behaviours of Australian animals, they analysed how scientists develop hierarchical classification …

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Mi barrio y los pueblos antiguos de Latinoamérica – AT

Students learnt about Indigenous South and Central American groups and conducted research into one group of interest to them. The following task, in three parts, was set: Part 1: Investigate how an Indigenous South or Central American group lived and …

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Periodic table pamphlet – AT

Students were asked to create a 'How to use the Periodic Table' guide which details the trends of the Periodic Table including the chemical background of one particular Group or Period. Students were asked to consider types of elements, ions and the electronic …

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Brochure: A referendum to change Australia’s Constitution - AT

Students created a brochure outlining both the ‘yes’ and ‘no’ cases for Australia becoming a republic. This brochure would be distributed to members of the public before the vote which took place in 1999. The task was completed after an introductory unit …

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Political cartoons - AT

This task had two parts. First, students designed a political cartoon associated with the Franklin River dispute which incorporated the iconic ‘no dams’ symbol. Second, students critically analysed their cartoons and presented a rationale explaining why …

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Hotel proposal – AT

Students adopted the persona of a project manager asked to make a recommendation about the location of a new hotel. They were provided with a map containing three different sites along with a list of requirements for consideration: road access, water …

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Letter to the local government – AT

Students were presented with a geographical challenge associated with the use of a beach in their local area. Students researched the nature and causes of the issue, explored differing viewpoints and formulated possible solutions. They presented their …

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Referendum to change the Constitution - AT

Students created a brochure outlining both the ‘yes’ and ‘no’ cases for Australia becoming a republic. This brochure would be distributed to members of the public before the vote which took place in 1999. The task was completed after an introductory six-week …

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Who are we? – AT

Students answered a series of questions based on class data gathered and represented by the teacher as part of an interdisciplinary unit on Australian identity. They reflected on their learning experiences, including songs such as ‘I Am Australian’, and …

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Report: Australian popular culture - AT

Students investigated the history of popular culture in Australia from the end of World War II to the early twenty-first century. They were asked to identify and discuss changes during the period, societal reactions to developments, and any evidence of …

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Water purification - AT

In a teaching and learning unit on pure substances and mixtures, students investigated different types of mixtures and explored scientific terminology used to describe their components, states of matter, reversible and irreversible changes, aspects of …

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Obento project and reflection - AT

Over the course of a 4-week unit about portable meals (Obento), etiquette and food culture, students were asked to plan and create their own obento following the criteria and guidelines explored in class and complete a range of tasks at each step. Students …

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Response to stimulus: First aid - AT

Students participated in a 10-lesson unit on first aid focusing on DRSABCD, EAR, CPR, slings, minor injuries and limb injuries. Students were asked to apply their knowledge of first aid to a specific scenario. This scenario involved students having to …

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La moda e le stagioni - AT

Students had completed a module of work on fashion and learnt the vocabulary connected with clothes, fabrics and accessories. Students were asked to write the script for a fashion parade outlining suitable outfits for the four seasons of the year in …

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Exploring rights and freedoms - AT

Students were asked to investigate the role, actions and influence of an individual or group involved in the achievement of the civil rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. They were required to present their findings in the first-person …

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Script of a conversation on part time work - AT

Students were asked to write in Chinese characters the script of a conversation about part time work.

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Design project: Automata - AT

Students investigated some of the key mechanical systems that are used and relied on in daily life, such as the muscles that move their own head, unlocking and opening a door, toys that move and mechanisms in the family car. They critiqued these key mechanical …

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Kenalkan - AT

Students were asked to write an extended introduction about self which included aspects of life, family, information about a holiday and a reported conversation with peers.

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