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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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Museum catalogue: Australia’s federation – AT

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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Climate art gallery – ABOVE

Students investigated the characteristics of three climate zones in Australia, including the relationship between climate and the nature, function or liveability of places in each zone. Students then created an artwork to visually represent each climate …

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Establishing a new colony – ABOVE

Students investigated the early years of settlement of one Australian colony. Using sources provided by the teacher, and with the regular support of the teacher-librarian, they generated a series of inquiry questions to lead to the creation of a collection …

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Establishing a new colony – AT

Students investigated the early years of settlement of one Australian colony. Using sources provided by the teacher, and with the regular support of the teacher-librarian, they generated a series of inquiry questions to lead to the creation of a collection …

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Global poverty map analysis – ABOVE

Students were introduced to ways of measuring human wellbeing and the geographical factors associated with the distribution of wealth. They were provided with a choropleth map showing the percentage of each country’s population living on less than $2 …

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My photo album – AT

Students were asked to pose questions to their mothers regarding their lives at particular ages (baby, toddler, school student). The teacher subsequently transcribed students’ recollections of the answers to these questions. Students then created pictures, …

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My photo album – ABOVE

Students were asked to pose questions to their mothers regarding their lives at particular ages (baby, toddler, school student). The teacher subsequently transcribed students’ recollections of the answers to these questions. Students then created pictures, …

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Refugees and citizenship – ABOVE

Students completed three tasks to explore different perspectives on the experiences of refugees in Australia. These tasks took place at differing stages of a unit of work on migration. Firstly, students were provided with a list of notable Australians …

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Refugees and citizenship – AT

Students completed three tasks to explore different perspectives on the experiences of refugees in Australia. These tasks took place at differing stages of a unit of work on migration. Firstly, students were provided with a list of notable Australians …

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Bushfire action plan – ABOVE

Students were asked to write a bushfire action plan for their homes. Students examined digital and printed advice from rural fire authorities to identify key information and worked in consultation with their parents or carers to personalise the structure …

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Bushfire action plan – AT

Students were asked to write a bushfire action plan for their homes. Students examined digital and printed advice from rural fire authorities to identify key information and worked in consultation with their parents or carers to personalise the structure …

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Toys – ABOVE

Students talked with their grandparents, during a school visit, about the toys they played with at the same age. Students used a Venn diagram to record and categorise the similarities and differences in toys at the two different times. These activities …

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Toys – AT

Students talked with their grandparents, during a school visit, about the toys they played with at the same age. Students used a Venn diagram to record and categorise the similarities and differences in toys at the two different times. These activities …

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Visiting the park – ABOVE

Students undertook an excursion to a local park to observe the natural, managed and constructed features of a place. After the excursion students completed a teacher-created digital worksheet containing photographs of the features of the park they had …

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Visiting the park – AT

Students undertook an excursion to a local park to observe the natural, managed and constructed features of a place. After the excursion students completed a teacher-created digital worksheet containing photographs of the features of the park they had …

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Australia and its neighbours – ABOVE

Students labelled outline maps to show the location of the following: the states, territories and capital cities of Australia; some of the major natural features of Australia; and Australia’s neighbouring countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Students …

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Australia and its neighbours – AT

Students labelled outline maps to show the location of the following: the states, territories and capital cities of Australia; some of the major natural features of Australia; and Australia’s neighbouring countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Students …

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Museum in a box – ABOVE

Students visited a local museum to investigate aspects of life in the past. Following the visit, students chose objects or technologies for teacher-guided research and inquiry, and students sequenced developments along a simple timeline and wrote scaffolded …

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Museum in a box – AT

Students visited a local museum to investigate aspects of life in the past. Following the visit, students chose objects or technologies for teacher-guided research and inquiry, and students sequenced developments along a simple timeline and wrote scaffolded …

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