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HASS - Above satisfactory - Year 6

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can explain the significance of an event/development, an individual and/or group (WS5, WS6, WS7, WS11). The student describes and explains continuities and changes for different groups in the past …

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Australia: your life so far – ABOVE

Students produced a ‘profile’ of Australia on the eve of federation in 1901. In class during one 50-minute lesson, they completed sections of a teacher-created proforma to draw together information and ideas from their study of Australia’s history and …

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Museum catalogue: Australia’s federation – ABOVE

Students were provided with a collection of printed and digital images depicting people, places and events from the Australian colonies at the end of the nineteenth century. They were asked to make a selection from this collection for inclusion in a new …

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Email to a member of parliament – ABOVE

Students explored levels of mobile phone use and ownership in Australia as part of a unit on resources, consumers and businesses. They then wrote an email that might be sent to their local federal member of parliament requesting new legislation in relation …

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Federation: for and against – ABOVE

Students were provided with a selection of primary and secondary sources detailing the key figures and events that led to Australia’s federation in 1901. The task involved extracting arguments for and against federation and then recording this information …

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Digital project: Scratch game - ABOVE

Students designed a game for a buddy using Scratch visual programming language. They selected a challenge from three options and defined the problem. They designed and implemented the digital solution and recorded their development process.

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Design project: Gardening tool - ABOVE

Students critiqued garden tools designed for adults. They researched ergonomics and developments by designers of garden tools in shape, size and materials used. Students explained the issues they have with their selected tool(s) and produced designed …

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Written reflection: Team challenges - ABOVE

For the first three lessons of the year, students worked in small groups to complete a number of challenges that required teamwork, decision-making, problem-solving, and movement skills to be successful. This series of lessons focused on building social …

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Digital project: Learning tool - ABOVE

Students collaboratively designed a learning tool featuring branching and repetition. The learning tool aimed to give opportunities for players (Year 3 and Year 4 students) to explore, practise and apply mathematical concepts and skills (multiplication …

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