Your search for "constitution" returned 31 result(s)
Sort by Relevance | Title | Type |

Referendum to change the Constitution - ABOVE

Students created a brochure outlining both the ‘yes’ and ‘no’ cases for Australia becoming a republic. This brochure would be distributed to members of the public before the vote which took place in 1999. The task was completed after an introductory six-week …

Referendum to change the Constitution - ABOVE | Samples | Work samples | Resources

Referendum to change the Constitution - AT

Students created a brochure outlining both the ‘yes’ and ‘no’ cases for Australia becoming a republic. This brochure would be distributed to members of the public before the vote which took place in 1999. The task was completed after an introductory six-week …

Referendum to change the Constitution - AT | Samples | Work samples | Resources

Year 7 Civics and Citizenship

The Year 7 curriculum provides a study of the key features of Australia’s system of government and explores how this system aims to protect all Australians. Students examine the Australian Constitution and how its features, principles and values shape …

Year 7 | Civics and Citizenship | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

Achievement Standard Civics and Citizenship Year 7

By the end of Year 7, students explain features of Australia’s Constitution, including the process for constitutional change. They explain how Australia’s legal system is based on the principle of justice. Students explain the diverse nature …

Achievement Standard | Achievement Standards | Year 7 | Civics and Citizenship | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

ACHAH219

Caesar’s dictatorship, including his constitutional position, reform program and the reasons for his assassination 

ACHAH219 | Content Descriptions | Unit 3: People, Power and Authority | Ancient History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

ACHMH024

The key ideas of liberalism, democracy and republicanism that emerged from the American Revolution as illustrated by the 1776 Declaration of Independence; the creation of a national constitution and Bill of Rights; and the establishment of constitutional …

ACHMH024 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1: Understanding the Modern World | Modern History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

ACHMH026

The significant political, social and constitutional changes brought about by the American Revolution, for example: the separation of powers; treatment of the opponents of the new republic; losses during the war; and the emergence of the Federal syst …

ACHMH026 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1: Understanding the Modern World | Modern History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

ACHMH146

The internal development of Japan after the Occupation and the nature of its foreign policy, including the nature of the constitution and political system; the terms of the US-Japan Security Treaty, and the nature of the political order that followed; …

ACHMH146 | Content Descriptions | Unit 3: Modern Nations in the 20th century | Modern History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

ACHMH151

The establishment and significance of the Indian constitution (1950); the subsequent role of the Indian Congress Party, Hindu nationalism and the leadership of Jawaharlal Nehru (1947-1964)

ACHMH151 | Content Descriptions | Unit 3: Modern Nations in the 20th century | Modern History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

ACHASSK134

Key figures, events and ideas that led to Australia’s Federation and Constitution

intercultural-understanding critical-creative Elaborations ScOT Terms

ACHASSK134 | Content Descriptions | Year 6 | HASS | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

ACHASSK193

The key features of government under the Australian Constitution with a focus on: the separation of powers, the roles of the Executive, the houses of parliament and the division of powers

ethical-understanding personal-social Elaborations ScOT Terms

ACHASSK193 | Content Descriptions | Year 7 | HASS | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

ACHASSK194

The process for constitutional change through a referendum

personal-social ethical-understanding Elaborations ScOT Terms

ACHASSK194 | Content Descriptions | Year 7 | HASS | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

ACDSEH091

Key people, events and ideas in the development of Australian self-government and democracy, including, the role of founders, key features of constitutional development, the importance of British and Western influences in the formation of Australia’s …

intercultural-understanding critical-creative personal-social Elaborations ScOT Terms

ACDSEH091 | Content Descriptions | Year 9 | History | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

ACHCK048

The key features of government under the Australian Constitution with a focus on: the separation of powers, the roles of the Executive, the Houses of Parliament, and the division of powers

ethical-understanding personal-social Elaborations ScOT Terms

ACHCK048 | Content Descriptions | Year 7 | Civics and Citizenship | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

ACHCK049

The process for constitutional change through a referendum

ethical-understanding personal-social Elaborations ScOT Terms

ACHCK049 | Content Descriptions | Year 7 | Civics and Citizenship | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

ACHCK092

The role of the High Court, including in interpreting the Constitution

ethical-understanding Elaborations ScOT Terms

ACHCK092 | Content Descriptions | Year 10 | Civics and Citizenship | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

Civics and Citizenship - Above satisfactory - Year 7

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can explain features of Australia’s Constitution, including the process for constitutional change (WS1). The student explains how Australia’s legal system is based on the principle of justice. They …

Civics and Citizenship - Above satisfactory - Year 7 | Portfolios | Work samples | Resources

Civics and Citizenship – Satisfactory - Year 7

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can explain features of Australia’s Constitution, including the process for constitutional change (WS1). The student explains how Australia’s legal system is based on the principle of justice. They …

Civics and Citizenship – Satisfactory - Year 7 | Portfolios | Work samples | Resources

Elaboration (2) ACHASSK134

identifying key elements of Australia’s system of law and government and their origins (for example, the Magna Carta; federalism; constitutional monarchy; the Westminster system and the separation of powers – legislature, executive, judiciary; the houses …

critical-creative intercultural-understanding literacy

Elaboration (2) | ACHASSK134 | Content Descriptions | Year 6 | HASS | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

Elaboration (2) ACHASSI155

developing representations to show steps in a sequence (for example, the flow of water, the process for constitutional change)

critical-creative literacy

Elaboration (2) | ACHASSI155 | Content Descriptions | Year 7 | HASS | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

Sort by Relevance | Title | Type |