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HASS - Satisfactory - Year 1

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can identify and describe important dates and changes in the student’s own life (WS5, WS6). The student explains how some aspects of daily life have changed over recent time while others have remained …

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HASS - Satisfactory - Year 3

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can identify individuals, events and aspects of the past that have significance in the present (WS2, WS3, WS7). The student identifies and describes aspects of the community that have changed and remained …

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HASS - Satisfactory - Year 4

This portfolio of student works shows that the student can recognise the significance of events in bringing about change (WS2, WS3) and the importance of the environment (WS6). The student explains how and why life changed in the past (WS3) and identifies …

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HASS - Satisfactory - Year 2

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can describe a person, site and/or event of significance in the local community (WS1) and explain why places are important to people (WS1). The student identifies how and why the lives of people have …

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HASS - Satisfactory - Foundation

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can identify important events in the student’s own life (WS1, WS6, WS7) and recognises why some places are special to people (WS2, WS3, WS5). The student describes the features of familiar places (WS1, …

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HASS - Satisfactory - Year 5

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can describe the significance of people and events/developments in bringing about change (WS4, WS11). The student identifies the causes and effects of change on particular communities (WS4, WS9) and …

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HASS - Satisfactory - Year 7

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can explain the role of groups and the significance of particular individuals in past societies (WS1). The student suggests reasons for continuity and change over time (WS5). The student describes the …

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HASS - 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 identifies and describes continuities and changes for different groups in the past …

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Water in the world - AT

Students explored how water connects places, environments and people. Provided with images, graphs and thematic world maps showing average annual precipitation and access to improved drinking water, students were asked to identify global patterns of average …

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Migration to Australia – AT

Students completed scaffolded inquiry into migration to Australia. Part 1 involved an examination of the sources of migration. Part 2 involved using data to draw conclusions about the nature and purpose of migration. The task involved students conducting …

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The Australian colonies – AT

Students constructed climate maps to show the location of the major climate zones in Australia. Students then produced overlays for the maps to indicate key events from the colonial history of each state and territory along with indications of its main …

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My place – AT

Students completed a series of activities associated with a teacher-led reading and discussion of ‘My Place’ by Nadia Wheatley and Donna Rawlins. Students completed a Venn diagram to record similarities and differences between known or familiar places. …

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Travel itinerary – AT

Students were asked to produce a map depicting the position, distance and direction of places in the northern hemisphere relative to a location in eastern Australia. The map was to be presented as an itinerary for a potential round-the-world journey by …

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Island map – AT

Students were asked to draw a map of an island to demonstrate their understanding of maps and the use of legends, scales, compass directions and grid references. They were also asked to position a ‘treasure’ at a particular location on the map and then …

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Excursion report (Mackay Harbour) – AT

Students, as a class, developed a common set of inquiry questions about the nature and location of places in preparation for an excursion to Mackay Harbour, Queensland. The questions and information, including photographs of the site, were collated into …

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Government scavenger hunt – AT

Students completed a scaffolded internet research task. They were provided with a sequence of links to teacher-curated on-line resources housing the answers to specific questions. Students recorded their answer to each question on a digital worksheet …

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What is a home? – AT

Students completed a mind map template to record their answers to the question: ‘What is a home?’ The activity took place in class with students creating visual representations to support their own texts which were scribed by the teacher.

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Explorer research – AT

Students selected a seventeenth century Dutch explorer from a list provided by the teacher. They were asked to pose a series of questions about the explorer using the stems ‘who’, ‘what’, ‘where’, ‘when’, ‘how’ and ‘why’. With teacher guidance and support …

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Liveability - AT

Students were required to investigate ways of improving the liveability of their local community through the encouragement of pride and ownership in places and spaces. At the end of the four week unit, students undertook a field trip in their local area …

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Environmental investigation – AT

Students investigated the impact of human activity on the environment. They listened to a teacher reading of ‘The Lorax’ by Dr Seuss and wrote a letter to the Once-Ler outlining their concerns about his intentions to commence production in their local …

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