ANZAC Discoveries can address many curriculum objectives. How thoroughly they are covered depends on the way you approach the unit, the length of time and depth of study your class becomes involved in. The following curriculum areas / strands are addressed at levels 1 - 4, by using the the suggested activities and web site information.

Social Studies

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Culture and Heritage
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Place and Environment
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Time, Continuity and Change

English:

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Viewing and Presenting
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Writing and Reading
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Other areas that are touched on by individual activities include:

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Technology - Strand B technological Capability
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Music
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Drama
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Visual Arts

 

Attitudes and Values

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Respect for others
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Caring and Compassion
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Non-sexism  (By raising awareness of women's involvement in war)

 

Essential Skills

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Social and Co-operative Depending on the approach your class takes
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Self Management: Manage time effectively
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Information Identify, gather, store, retrieve and process information from a range of sources
  Organise, analyse, synthesise, evaluate and use information.
  Present information clearly, logically, concisely & accurately
  Use a range on information-retrieval & information-processing technologies confidently & competently
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Work and Study: Work effectively, both independently and in groups
  Build on their own learning experiences, cultural backgrounds & preferred learning styles
  Take increasing responsibility for their own learning & work

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Brainways Ltd
(Teacher) February, 2005

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