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FORWARD PLANNING DOCUMENT

TERM/WEEKS:

YEAR LEVEL: 3

LEARNING AREA/TOPIC: HASS - History

AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM HASS


General Capabilities:
Literacy

Numeracy

ICT

Cross-curriculum priorities:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and Cultures

WEEK/
LESSON

AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM
LINKS

Critical and creative


thinking
Asia and Australia's engagement with Asia

SPECIFIC LESSON
OBJECTIVE

ASSESSMENT
(what & how)

The
historical
origins and
significance
of the days
and weeks
celebrated or
commemorat
ed in
Australia
(e.g.
Australia
Day,
ANZAC
Day,
National
Sorry Day)
and the
importance
of symbols
and emblems
(ACHHK063
)

Historical
questions and
research
Pose a range
of questions
about the past
(ACHHS067)
Perspectives
and
interpretations
Identify
different
points of view
(ACHHS069)
Explanation
and
communicatio
n
Develop texts,
particularly
narratives
(ACHHS070)
Chronology,
terms and
concepts
Sequence
historical
people and
events
(ACHHS065)

1.Students reflect on
prior learning of
diversity of
perspectives, meanings
and symbols
2.Students demonstrate
historical knowledge
and understanding of
symbols and
perspectives as well as
ICT competence to
create a collaborative
visual narrative

1.Reflections
contributed to
collaborative
brainstorm
2.Creation of a
persuasive visual
narrative via
Magisto

Personal and social


Competence

1.
2.

3.
4.

5.

6.
7.

8.

Intercultural Understanding

Sustainability

TEACHING & LEARNING


EXPERIENCES
(include learner diversity)

Historical
Historical
Knowledge
skills
& understanding

4
4

Ethical Understanding

Introduction to set the scene, recap prior learning,


hook interest, introduce next task
Students split into groups as formed in lesson 1.
Students brainstorm in AnswerGarden (resource has
been previously used and understood) what Australia
Day should be in the future, why? (based on
knowledge acquired in previous lessons)
Teacher checkpoint AnswerGarden responses on
track?
Teacher demonstrates an example of next task
Magisto video. Instruction to use historical
knowledge, symbols and perspectives learnt/created
in lessons 1 - 3
Students create a video via Magisto max 1 min in
length must reflect on learning and propose action
to answer the question, must include a variety of
perspectives and symbols
Login to Magisto.com and copy your video link into
class seesaw blog
Conclusion/teacher reflection: If time permits class
to watch videos together, each group to provide
verbal comment on one other group's video - Would
you like this celebration of Australia Day? Why?
Opportunity for flipped classroom: watch other
videos at home, show to family and share comments

KEY
QUESTIONS

What have we
learnt so far?
What different
perspectives are
involved?

What do the
symbols mean?
What should the
New Australia
Day celebration
look like?
What have we
learnt? Why is it
important?
What action is
proposed?

RESOURCES

Teacher
webquest/weebly
to present lesson
Embedded
AnswerGarden
brainstorm
Previously created
piccolage saved in
ipad gallery
Ipads with
Magisto app
Class seesaw blog