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HASS - Above satisfactory - Year 2

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

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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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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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A significant place – ABOVE

Students selected a significant site in their local area from a list provided by the teacher. Working with the teacher, and supported by the teacher-librarian, students posed a series of questions about the building or place and researched answers to …

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Creating a place – ABOVE

Students conducted surveys and collected data about different environments. Students then used the data to inform their drawings of imagined places and wrote reflections on the process and the choices they made. The entire task took place over a one-week …

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Creating a place – AT

Students conducted surveys and collected data about different environments. Students then used the data to inform their drawings of imagined places and wrote reflections on the process and the choices they made. The entire task took place over a one-week …

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My map and globe– ABOVE

Students completed a series of activities associated with world maps and globes. First, after examining a series of printed maps and discussing the locations of continents, oceans and geographic regions, students produced their own labelled map of the …

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My map and globe – AT

Students completed a series of activities associated with world maps and globes. First, after examining a series of printed maps and discussing the locations of continents, oceans and geographic regions, students produced their own labelled map of the …

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A significant place – AT

Students selected a significant site in their local area from a list provided by the teacher. Working with the teacher, and supported by the teacher-librarian, students posed a series of questions about the building or place and researched answers to …

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