History Term Pack | YR6 | Australia as a Nation: Everyone Matters. Everyone Belongs.
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1 term / 10 weeks / Approx. 1 – 1 ½ hr per week
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ACARA Title: Australia as a Nation:
Students learn about the way of life of people who migrated to Australia and their contributions to Australia’s economic and social development. They will examine the lives of individuals who played a big part in creating the Australia that we know today. Work will be completed as a class, in small groups and individually.
Literacy | Intercultural understanding | Personal and social capability | Information and communication technology capability | Critical and creative thinking | Numeracy | Ethical behaviour
Cross Curriculum Priorities:
The contribution of individuals and groups, including Aboriginal people and/or Torres Strait Islanders and migrants, to the development of Australian society, for example in areas such as the economy, education, science, the arts, sport
•examining population data that show the places of birth of Australia’s people at one or more points of time in the past and today, and using digital technologies to process and record this data
•investigating the role of specific cultural groups in Australia’s economic and social development (for example the cattle industry, the Snowy Mountains Scheme, the pearling industry)
•considering notable individuals in Australian public life across a range of fields (for example the arts, science, sport, education), including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, a range of cultural and social groups, and women and men drawn from the Australian Living Treasures list or from the Australian Dictionary of Biography
Key Inquiry Questions:
· Chronology, terms and concepts
Sequence historical people and events. (ACHHS117)
Use historical terms and concepts (ACHHS118)
· Historical questions and research
Identify questions to inform an historical inquiry (ACHHS119)
Identify and locate a range of relevant sources (ACHHS120)
· Analysis and use of sources
Locate information related to inquiry questions in a range of sources. (ACHHS121)
Compare information from a range of sources. (ACHHS122)
· Perspectives and interpretations
Identify points of view in the past and present (ACHHS123)
· Explanation and communication
Develop texts, particularly narratives and descriptions, which incorporate source materials (ACHHS124)
Use a range of communication forms (oral, graphic, written) and digital technologies (ACHHS125)
Formative: anecdotal – responses to questions during discussions group research task
Summative: independent research task
Adjustments for Learning Needs:
Teachers should take into account the requirements for ascertained and non-ascertained students and what their individual plans outline. Generally students with exceptional needs will require a reduction in content, scaffolding of tasks, individualised instruction, a list of websites to utilize during research activities (rather than looking for their own), a buddy/partner/small group for support.
Gifted and Talented students will require a larger supply of higher order thinking activities. These may include compare and contrast or classify as opposed to find and sort information.
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