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HASS - Above 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 describes …

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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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Island map – ABOVE

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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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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Explorer research – ABOVE

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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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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Environmental investigation – ABOVE

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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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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Cook’s logbook – ABOVE

Students, under teacher guidance, collaboratively traced the journey made by James Cook in the Endeavour between 1768 and 1771 to create a class map of the voyage. This map is included as part of the work sample. Students then chose four locations along …

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Cook’s logbook – AT

Students, under teacher guidance, collaboratively traced the journey made by James Cook in the Endeavour between 1768 and 1771 to create a class map of the voyage. This map is included as part of the work sample. Students then chose four locations along …

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First Fleet recount – ABOVE

Students investigated the voyage of the First Fleet using primary and secondary sources selected by the teacher. In pairs, they selected one of the eleven ships in the fleet and posed questions to research. On a teacher-created template, the pair of students …

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First Fleet recount – AT

Students investigated the voyage of the First Fleet using primary and secondary sources selected by the teacher. In pairs, they selected one of the eleven ships in the fleet and posed questions to research. On a teacher-created template, the pair of students …

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Comparing countries – ABOVE

Students selected two countries, one in Africa and one in South America. With teacher guidance, they undertook a structured inquiry to identify and compare the geographical features of each country. Students recorded their word-processed findings and …

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Comparing countries - At

Students selected two countries, one in Africa and one in South America. With teacher guidance, they undertook a structured inquiry to identify and compare the geographical features of each country. Students recorded their word-processed findings and …

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