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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 - Above satisfactory - Foundation

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can identify a number of 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, with examples, the features …

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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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What is a home? – ABOVE

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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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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World map – ABOVE

Students recorded the location of continents and oceans on a world map. Prior to students completing the activity, the teacher provided students with visual representations of key places using printed maps, globes and projections. Students completed their …

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World map – AT

Students recorded the location of continents and oceans on a world map. Prior to students completing the activity, the teacher provided students with visual representations of key places using printed maps, globes and projections. Students completed their …

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Community walk map – ABOVE

Students undertook a supervised walk around the local community and recorded the journey on a template map containing key marker points. The teacher then interviewed the student, posing questions about the journey. A transcript of the interview is included …

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Community walk map – AT

Students undertook a supervised walk around the local community and recorded the journey on a template map containing key marker points. The teacher then interviewed the student, posing questions about the journey. A transcript of the interview is included …

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