Below are lists of Essential Skills and Objectives covered in this unit.

Every teacher has the ability to use this unit in their own unique way. This means, the lists below are by no means complete.

Essential Skills

Students will:

 

Covered in or by...

   
Problem Solving Skills
Think critically, creatively, reflectively and logically  

Using the Team Challenges

Exercise imagination, initiative and flexibility  

Throughout the unit

Inquire and research, and explore, generate and develop ideas  

Throughout the unit

Design and make  

Selected design and make activities throughout the Multiple Intelligences Learning centre activities

Evaluate processes and solutions.  

Use of suggested evaluative and assessment techniques.


Information Skills
Organise, analyse, synthesise evaluate, and use information  

Throughout unit

Use a range of information-retrieval and information-processing technologies confidently and competently

 

Use of the Brainways ANZAC resource


Communication Skills
Become competent in using new information and communication technologies  

Use of the Brainways ANZAC Resource


Social and Co-operative Skills
Acknowledge individual differences and demonstrate respect for the rights of all people  

Selected use of the ANZAC Discoveries activities


Work and Study Skills
Work effectively both independently and in groups  

Requiring children to complete a range of interpersonal and intrapersonal activities.

Build on their own learning experiences, cultural backgrounds, and preferred learning styles
 

Using the activities based on Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligences - encourage the children to work on activities that are not in their favoured Intelligence as well as those that are.

 

Curriculum Objectives

  Social Studies

 

   Culture and Heritage

Students will demonstrate knowledge and understandings of:

Level 1 customs and traditions associated with participation in cultural activities
Level 2 ways in which communities reflect the cultures and heritages of their people
Level 3 how practices of cultural groups vary but reflect similar purposes
Level 4 why and how people pass on  and sustain their culture and heritage
 
Processes
Students will demonstrate skills as they
Inquiry collect, process and communicate information about human society.
Social Decision Making

make decisions about possible social action

 

Curriculum Objectives

English Language

The Brainways ANZAC Discoveries unit has the potential to cover all of the strands in the English Language curriculum. Coverage of objectives in this unit will vary according to how you decide to use the site in your classroom programme.


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