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Historical Knowledge & Understanding: Australian Federation Why and how did Australia become a nation?

key figures and events that led to Australias Federation British and American influences on Australias system of law and government Historical Skills: Sequencing historical people and events using timelines Use historical terms and concepts Develop questions to inform historical inquiry Locate and compare information from a range of sources Develop texts using a range of communication forms (oral, graphic, written) and digital technologies

Digital Citizenship

Search tools and tips evaluating data learn to creatively document and present their ideas reflect on their use of ICTs as creative tools collaborate, develop, organise and present new ideas apply codes of practice for safe, secure and responsible use of ICTs

apply a range of preventative strategies relating to

health and safety when using ICTs Technology ICTs Science History

Science Understanding: Biological Sciences - The growth and survival of living things are affected by the physical conditions of their environment Investigating how changing physical conditions for plants impacts their growth and survival physical conditions that cause migration and hibernation animal adaptations Science Inquiry Skills Planning and conduction investigations investigation methods, deciding on variables, fair tests, observing, measuring and recording data Analyse and compare data constructing tables and graphs to describe observations/patterns/relationships Evaluating suggest improvements to investigation methods Communicate ideas and findings (multi-modal texts)

Number and Algebra: Prime and composite numbers Integers on a number line (positive & negative numbers) Mental and written strategies for addition and subtraction Comparing fractions with the same and related denominators Addition and subtraction of fractions with the same denominator Number sentences - order of operations and brackets (addition and subtraction) Measurement and Geometry: Interpret and use timetables Construct simple prisms and pyramids Statistics and Probability: Interpret and compare data displays (including sideby-side column graphs) Secondary data in digital media Speaking and Listening: Group presentation (persuasive) based on iPads and rights and responsibilities Writing and Shaping: Persuasive Text points of view about Federation Reading and Viewing: Comparing Digital vs non-digital persuasive texts Comprehension strategies o making connections o summarising main ideas o finding literal information

The Arts Maths

The People Make a Nation


Media Representations in the Media Comparing digital and non-digital persuasive texts (i.e. advertisements, posters etc) Visual Arts Project - Images and Titles for Jesus Descriptive and emotive lines are used to create abstraction, proportion and symbolism
Images and Titles for Jesus
Sacred Texts - New Testament

Religious Knowledge and Deep Understanding - Gospel



writers use many images and titles for Jesus. Skills - Recognise a number of images and titles for Jesus in the Gospels and other New Testament texts. Make connections between Gospel texts and Old Testament texts. Beliefs Trinity: God, Jesus the Christ, Spirit Religious Knowledge and Deep Understanding - Jesus relationship with God the Father and humanity is described in Scripture using a variety of titles and images. Skills - Locate and identify images in scripture that express different titles of Jesus. Explain how a title of Jesus describes his relationship to God the Father and/or humanity.

Health Family, peers and the media influence health behaviours Personal Development Assuming roles and responsibilities - Rights and responsibilities in Year 6 Learning leadership skills and contributing to a team Developing positive identity and self-esteem