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Pairs: Seasons - AT

Students made and responded to dance by exploring seasons as a stimulus in a short unit of work. They also individually choreographed a dance to represent their chosen season. They were guided through the process of developing movements to represent a …

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Parts of the body -AT

Students had completed a unit of work on body parts and body part kanji. They completed a series of oral, aural and written activities to provide evidence of learning.

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Animation - ABOVE

Students studied endangered animals, read The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling, and created short stop motion animation artworks as part of a 10-week unit called ‘Our Animal Planet’. They developed their understanding of the natural world and sustainability, …

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Art response: Leaving home - ABOVE

Students engaged in responding to the subject matter and narrative in Aboriginal Nyoongar artist Laurel Nannup’s woodcut print, Leaving home. They were also required to analyse elements such as shape, the artist’s choice to exclude colour, and the technique …

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Art response: Leaving home - AT

Students engaged in responding to the subject matter and narrative in Aboriginal Nyoongar artist Laurel Nannup’s woodcut print, Leaving home. They were also required to analyse elements such as shape, the artist’s choice to exclude colour, and the technique …

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Chinese Characters - AT

Students were asked to demonstrate their knowledge of the stroke order of a Chinese character and write the Pinyin and English meaning. Students were also asked to write numbers 1 to 10 in Chinese characters and draw a picture to demonstrate understanding …

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My crazy animal - AT

Students had learnt French colours and animals and basic descriptive language and grammar to form simple descriptive sentences. In this task, students were read the story Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? (Ours brun, Dis-moi French edition) by …

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Fluency

In F–2, students become fluent as they develop skills in choosing appropriate procedures; and recalling factual knowledge and concepts readily. In Years 3–6, students become fluent as they develop skills in choosing appropriate procedures; carrying out …

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Problem-Solving

In F–2, students solve problems when they use mathematics to represent unfamiliar or meaningful situations. In Years 3–6, students solve problems when they use mathematics to represent unfamiliar or meaningful situations and plan their approaches. In Years 7–8, …

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Reasoning

In F–2, students develop an increasingly sophisticated capacity for logical thought and actions. Students are reasoning mathematically when they explain their thinking. In Years 3–6, students develop an increasingly sophisticated capacity for logical …

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