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The Hills Christian Community School

The Hills Christian Community School (HCCS) is an independent school situated in the picturesque Adelaide Hills, two minutes from Hahndorf and 20 minutes from Adelaide. With the opening of the Early Learning Centre (ELC), HCCS offers effective transition …

The Hills Christian Community School | Illustrations of practice | Primary curriculum | Resources

Procedural Writing

Students in this Year 1 class learn about different procedural texts and the criteria for writing their own procedure. In a lesson, the students write a procedure for making fairy bread. The teacher reiterates the steps the students need to follow and …

Procedural Writing | Illustrations of practice | Students with disability | Student diversity | Resources

Creating Stories

A teacher of a class of 27 students, of whom 18 are learning English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EAL/D), selects age-appropriate content from the Year 1 Australian Curriculum: English. The lesson is part of a unit of work to create stories. …

Creating Stories | Illustrations of practice | Students for whom EAL/D | Student diversity | Resources

St John’s Lutheran Primary School

St John's Lutheran Primary School is located in the coastal town of Bundaberg and has been operating for over 30 years. At the time of filming, the school had 200 F–7students. A community kindergarten is also located on site. The school began the curriculum …

St John’s Lutheran Primary School | Illustrations of practice | Primary curriculum | Resources

St Stephen's School, Duncraig

St Stephen’s School, Duncraig, is situated 15 kilometres north of Perth. At the time of filming, St Stephen’s Duncraig had 548 students, with the Early Years Learning Framework integrated into the pedagogy of the primary school. The general capabilities …

St Stephen's School, Duncraig | Illustrations of practice | Primary curriculum | Resources

St Stephen's School, Carramar

At the time of filming St Stephen’s Carramar had 490 students F–6. The school’s emphasis is on developing students, with the curriculum as the platform and context. Both teachers and students are encouraged to take risks in the learning process. Integration …

St Stephen's School, Carramar | Illustrations of practice | Primary curriculum | Resources

Aims Civics and Citizenship

The Australian Curriculum: Civics and Citizenship aims to ensure students develop: a lifelong sense of belonging to and engagement with civic life as an active and informed citizen in the context of Australia as a secular democratic nation with a dynamic, …

Aims | Civics and Citizenship | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

Rationale Civics and Citizenship

A deep understanding of Australia's federal system of government and the liberal democratic values that underpin it is essential in enabling students to become active and informed citizens who participate in and sustain Australia’s democracy. The Australian …

Rationale | Civics and Citizenship | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

Structure Civics and Citizenship

The Years 7–10 Australian Curriculum: Civics and Citizenship is organised into two interrelated strands: civics and citizenship knowledge and understanding, and civics and citizenship inquiry and skills. Civics and citizenship knowledge and understanding …

Structure | Civics and Citizenship | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

ACHAH056

The different interpretations and representations of the ‘fall’ of the Roman Empire in the West (from the ancient past, to the more recent past, to today), including Gibbon’s Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, and his view that the Roman Empire fell …

ACHAH056 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1: Investigating the Ancient World | Ancient History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

ACHAH057

The historical context of the interpretations and representations of the ‘fall’ of the Roman Empire and why these have changed over time, for example the importance of the Pagan versus Christian interpretations of events at the time and various modern …

ACHAH057 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1: Investigating the Ancient World | Ancient History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

ACHAH061

The different interpretations and representations of the games (from the ancient past to the present), including the cruelty of the gladiatorial games (Seneca and Christians), the political nature of the games as ‘bread and circuses’, the role of blood …

ACHAH061 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1: Investigating the Ancient World | Ancient History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

ACHAH062

The historical context of the interpretations and representations and why these have changed, for example romantic representations, Christian interpretations, and modern versions of gladiatorial contests

ACHAH062 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1: Investigating the Ancient World | Ancient History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

ACHAH084

The geographic and historical context of the Early Christians, including an overview of the life of Christ and the crucifixion; the Jewish and Hebrew tradition, key aspects of Graeco-Roman religion; the spread of Christianity throughout the Roman Empire; …

ACHAH084 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1: Investigating the Ancient World | Ancient History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

ACHAH085

The nature of the sources and sites most relevant to these interpretations and representations, for example relevant excerpts from the Gospels, St Paul’s Letters, The Acts of the Apostles, Josephus, the Martyr Acts, the Catacombs, Eusebius, Antioch and …

ACHAH085 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1: Investigating the Ancient World | Ancient History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

ACHAH086

The different interpretations and representations of the Early Christians (from the ancient past, to the more recent past, to today), as revealed in St Paul’s Letters, anti-Christian graffiti, Suetonius’ Life of Claudius, Tacitus, Pliny the Younger, Renaissance …

ACHAH086 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1: Investigating the Ancient World | Ancient History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

ACHAH087

The historical context of the interpretations and representations of the Early Christians and why these have changed over time, for example the importance of Constantine’s ‘adoption’ and legalisation of Christianity

ACHAH087 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1: Investigating the Ancient World | Ancient History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

ACHAH088

The reliability and contestability of the interpretations and representations of the Early Christians and their treatment in the Roman Empire to AD337, including the significance of source selection, omission, emphasis and gaps in evidence

ACHAH088 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1: Investigating the Ancient World | Ancient History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

ACHMH044

The key ideas of the ‘imperial age’ including nationalism, the glorification of ‘empire’ and the ‘Christian mission’

ACHMH044 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1: Understanding the Modern World | Modern History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

ACHMH046

The significance of imperialism in this period, including the spread of Christianity, the growth of world trade and capitalism, and the growth of imperial rivalry and militarism

ACHMH046 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1: Understanding the Modern World | Modern History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

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