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Intelligence/Blooms
Knowing Understanding Applying Analysing Creating Evaluating
Verbal 13. Brainstorm
reasons why trench
warfare might lead to
a large number of
Prisoners of War
18. Using the ABS
Website, research
how many Australian
soldiers were from an
Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander
background
22. Brainstorm the
controls the Australian
government placed on
the Australian home
front. Rank them from
least to most
important.
12. Read through
information on Villers-
Bretonneux. Write a
recount of what
happened in the town
and explain why it
was so important
9. Research why the
Gallipoli campaign was
such a turning point in
Australian history. You
will share your findings
with your peers.
21. Evaluate the
significance of a
chosen event in
Australian history
Mathematical 2. Make a timeline of
the major events that
led to the outbreak of
WW1.
3. On a map, label
and number where
Australians fought in
WW1
10. Sketch on a map
the Western Front and
explain why it was so
important in WW1.
17. Construct a table
detailing the changes
in the workforce for
women pre-WW1 to
during WW1.
28. Research the
issues that returned
soldiers/civilians might
have had when they
returned to Australia.
Create a table of
statistics which
summarises the issues
they might have
encountered.
34. Survey 15
people. Find out the
different perspectives
they have on the
ANZAC Legend.
Analyse the results
and decide if
students should be
taught about the
Legend at school. Be
prepared to share
your results.
Visual/Spatial 2. Craft a visual
representation of the
events which led to
the outbreak of WW1.
7. Watch the film clip,
Remembering the
ANZACS and discuss
what it reveals about
trench warfare
4. Prepare a brochure
that encourages men
to join the army in
1914.
24. Research and
then create a poster
promoting either the
argument for or
against conscription
8. Create a visual
essay which explains
what life was like for
soldiers at Gallipoli.
32. Construct a
visual diagram of a
suitable ANZAC
memorial and explain
why it should be
constructed.
Kinaesthetic 5. Draw a diagram of
what the nature of
trench warfare looked
like at Gallipoli.
20. Invent a memory
game you can share
youre your class to
help remember the
main facts about
WW1 as they prepare
for the upcoming
assessment task.
4. Perform a speech
by PM Billy Hughes
detailing why men
should enlist to fight in
WW1.
33. Watch the clip
entitled, Historians
debate importance of
ANZAC Legend.
Move around the
room to indicate
whether you agree or
disagree with each
historian.
29. Create a role play
between two
individuals which
reveals what life would
have been like for
soldiers/civilians who
returned from war.
32. Construct a
model of a suitable
ANZAC memorial
and explain why it
should be
constructed.

Musical 6. Listen to the song,
And the Band Played
Waltzing Matilda and
write a paragraph
about the nature of
trench warfare
31. Listen to the Last
Post, Reveille and the
Ode of
Remembrance.
Discuss with the class
why these are used at
ANZAC Ceremonies
every year.
9. Choose an
appropriate song and
upload in to your
visual essay. It must
make the visual
sources more
meaningful.
27. Listen to the audio
of King George Vs
message to the
Australian
government at the
conclusion on WW1.
Analyse the validity
and usefulness of this
message for returned
men and women.
24. Research and
then create a jingle
promoting either the
argument for or
against conscription
32. Compose a series
of songs which pay
tribute to the
Australians who have
contributed to WW1
and explain why it
should be played at
ANZAC services
around the country.
Interpersonal 1.In groups, complete
a KWL chart of what
you think you know
about World War 1
Pre-testing
16. As a class, list
some changes in
womens roles during
WW1.
19. In groups,
construct a paragraph
explaining, What was
the government policy
for Aboriginal
Australians at the time
of WW1?
25. In groups,
students complete a
jigsaw task about the
different controls the
Australian
government placed on
the home front
Propaganda, enemy
aliens and censorship
15. In groups, create
a series of diary
entries from the
perspective of an
Australian POW
26. Using the
information from the
jigsaw task prepare a
debate which either
agrees or disagrees
with the topic: The
Australian
government should be
allowed to enforce
wartime controls on
the home front
Intrapersonal 3. Compose a
selection of
chronological
newspaper headlines
detailing the public
about where
Australians fought in
WW1
14. Examine diary
entries from
Australians POWs
and create a mind
map about what life
would have been like
for a POW.
11. Find 10 picture
sources (both primary
and secondary) which
explain what life was
like for Australian in
the Western Front
23. Read through the
information about the
conscription debate
from the textbook and
construct a table
which outlines the
arguments for and
against
31. Brainstorm ways
in which Australians
have commemorated
WW1. Create a
paragraph which
details how and why
Australians have
commemorated the
war.
26. Using the
information from the
jigsaw task prepare a
written response
which either agrees or
disagrees with the
topic: The Australian
government should be
allowed to enforce
wartime controls on
the home front.