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ACSSU080

Light from a source forms shadows and can be absorbed, reflected and refracted

Elaborations ScOT Terms

ACSSU080 | Content Descriptions | Year 5 | Science | F-10 curriculum

How are the progressions different from the general capabilities and how can they be used?

The National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions are different from the general capability literacy and numeracy continua in scope, structure and intended use. The general capabilities describe what can reasonably be expected of students at particular …

How are the progressions different from the general capabilities and how can they be used? | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

Elaboration (1) ACSSU080

comparing shadows from point and extended light sources such as torches and fluorescent tubes

critical-creative numeracy

Elaboration (1) | ACSSU080 | Content Descriptions | Year 5 | Science | F-10 curriculum

How can the literacy progression be used?

The National Literacy Learning Progression can be used at a whole school, team or individual teacher level. However, the progression provides maximum student learning benefits when used as part of a whole-school strategy that involves professional learning …

How can the literacy progression be used? | National Literacy Learning Progression | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

How can the numeracy progression be used?

The National Numeracy Learning Progression can be used at a whole school, team or individual teacher level. However, the progression provides maximum student learning benefits when used as part of a whole-school strategy that involves professional learning …

How can the numeracy progression be used? | National Numeracy Learning Progression | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

How can the progressions be used?

The progressions do not describe what to teach; they provide a detailed map of how students become increasingly adept in particular aspects of literacy and numeracy development. Learning area content and achievement standards continue to be the focus …

How can the progressions be used? | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

How can the benefits of the progressions be maximised?

Whole school In a school, the benefits of the progressions are maximised where there is a whole-school, systematic approach to literacy and numeracy development that ensures: opportunities for professional dialogue and collaboration to strengthen teacher …

How can the benefits of the progressions be maximised? | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

Source analysis: The atomic bomb - AT

Students examined two sources relating to the use of the atomic bomb in 1945: a primary source from US President Truman; and a secondary source from a recent historian. They were asked to analyse each source in relation to its content and perspective …

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Postcard from Angkor Wat - At

Students were asked to imagine visiting Angkor Wat in Cambodia and to design and write the two sides of a postcard detailing what they had seen and learned at the site. They were provided with a teacher-created template to record their thoughts and observations, …

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Land rights source analysis – AT

Students listened to the song ‘From Little Things Big Things Grow’ by Paul Kelly and Kev Carmody. They worked in groups to conduct research into the song, including its lyrics and the events and people upon which it was based. Students then answered questions …

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Source analysis: The Gallipoli campaign - At

Students examined four sources related to the Gallipoli campaign in World War I. They were asked to analyse these sources and consider how each source could be used to answer the question, ‘Was the Gallipoli campaign a glorious moment for Australia?’ …

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Elaboration (1) ACSSU020

identifying the sun as a source of light

critical-creative

Elaboration (1) | ACSSU020 | Content Descriptions | Year 1 | Science | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration ACSSU048

recognising the sun as a source of light

critical-creative

Elaboration | ACSSU048 | Content Descriptions | Year 3 | Science | F-10 curriculum

Source analysis: The atomic bomb - ABOVE

Students examined two sources relating to the use of the atomic bomb in 1945: a primary source from US President Truman; and a secondary source from a recent historian. They were asked to analyse each source in relation to its content and perspective …

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Source analysis: Vikings - ABOVE

Students examined a teacher-curated collection of primary and secondary sources associated with the life and history of the Vikings. They were asked to select three sources from the collection and write an analysis of each, focusing upon its usefulness …

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Postcard from Angkor Wat - ABOVE

Students were asked to imagine visiting Angkor Wat in Cambodia and to design and write the two sides of a postcard detailing what they had seen and learned at the site. They were provided with a teacher-created template to record their thoughts and observations, …

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Elaboration (1) ACTDEK020

investigating the properties of materials to solve problems requiring the control of movement, sound or light, for example the amount of light reflected from different surfaces to control a sensor

literacy critical-creative information-communication numeracy

Elaboration (1) | ACTDEK020 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Design and Technologies | Technologies | F-10 curriculum

Source analysis: Vikings - AT

Students examined a teacher-curated collection of primary and secondary sources associated with the life and history of the Vikings. They were asked to select three sources from the collection and write an analysis of each, focusing upon its usefulness …

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Source analysis: Ötzi, the iceman – AT

Students were presented with a selection of unseen primary and secondary sources associated with the discovery of the body of Ötzi, the iceman, in 1991. They were asked to answer a series of questions about each of these sources and then propose an explanation …

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Land rights source analysis – ABOVE

Students listened to the song ‘From Little Things Big Things Grow’ by Paul Kelly and Kev Carmody. They worked in groups to conduct research into the song, including its lyrics and the events and people upon which it was based. Students then answered questions …

Land rights source analysis – ABOVE | Samples | Work samples | Resources

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