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TERM/WEEKS: Term 2, Week 2 YEAR LEVEL: 8 LEARNING AREA/TOPIC: Science – Biological Sciences – Body Systems

AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM
General Capabilities:
Literacy Numeracy ICT Critical and creative Ethical Behaviour Personal and social Intercultural
thinking Competence Understanding
Cross-curriculum priorities:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and Cultures Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia Sustainability

Notes about device access in the classroom:

WEEK/ West Australian SPECIFIC LESSON ASSESSMENT TEACHING & LEARNING RESOURCES = ICT
LESSON and other
Curriculum OBJECTIVE EXPERIENCES
LINKS

WEEK 2 Biological Objectives: Formative Assessment: Introduction: Intro: BrainPop video


LESSON Sciences  Start the lesson with an apple and take a bite into it. Ask the on Digestive System
1 students to provide what they think is happening to it as it is https://www.brainpop
(ACSSU150) 1. Understand the 1. Students will .com/health/bodysyst
basic process of summit their being consumed.
ems/digestivesystem/
Multi-cellular  Present the BrainPop video to the students on the Digestive
the digestive brainstorms once
organisms System Body: Brainstorm
system through a completed via using MindMeister
contain
systems of video GoogleDoc to check Body: https://www.mindmei
2. Identify the organs of the organ  Brainstorm the organs in the digestive system based on the ster.com/
organs
video using Mind Meister and summit them in a GoogleDoc.
carrying out in the system in an understanding. Diagrams og the
 Students will label a diagram of the digestive system on a digestive system to be
specialised online brainstorm
provided image on paper. labelled by the
functions that 3. Explain and 2. Submission of a
enable them to  Students will research the differences between Mechanical students.
identify the response in Padlet and Chemical digestion and explain their answer on a group
survive and
differences of of the differences Padlet online.
reproduce. Group blog
Mechanical and between discussion using
Conclusion: Padlet
Chemical Mechanical and
 Take another bite of the apple and ask the students what https://padlet.com
digestion in Padlet Chemical digestion. organs the apple will pass by.
WEEK/ West Australian SPECIFIC LESSON ASSESSMENT TEACHING & LEARNING RESOURCES = ICT and
LESSON Curriculum OBJECTIVE EXPERIENCES other
LINKS

WEEK 2 Biological Objectives: Formative Introduction:


LESSON Sciences Assessment:  Invite the students to discuss what they learnt in Conclusion: Kahoot
2 quiz https://kahoot.it
(ACSSU150) 1. Research in groups, a the previous lesson.
function of an organ in the 1. Kahoot at the  Allow the students to select 12 groups to
Multi-cellular digestive system and share conclusion of the
organisms research an organ function each provided by the
with the other students. lesson to quiz the teacher.
contain
2. Understand each function students on the
systems of
organs of the organs in the organ functions Body:
carrying out digestive system from the of the digestive  Ask each group to take it in turns to enter their
specialised class power-point. system organ’s function and interesting information in a
functions that class power-point on the teacher’s device.
enable them  Ask each student to take notes of each organ
to survive and provided from the class power-point.
reproduce.
Conclusion
 Quiz the students with a Kahoot quiz at the end
of the lesson to assess the knowledge they have
learnt from the previous two lessons on the
digestive system.
WEEK/ West Australian SPECIFIC LESSON ASSESSMENT TEACHING & LEARNING RESOURCES = ICT and
LESSON
Curriculum OBJECTIVE EXPERIENCES other
LINKS

WEEK 2 Biological Objectives: Summative Introduction:


LESSON Sciences Assessment:  Test a few of the students on the functions of the organs from Body: iMovie application for
the students’ film creation.
3 the digestive system in reference to the previous lesson.
(ACSSU150) 1. Create a film,
Rubric for the  Invite the students to have their iPad devices ready for the Google Images to include in
demonstrating the process their short film to assist with
Multi-cellular film – all organs lesson with full battery and access to iMovie. the process explanation.
of the digestive system
organisms are provided Google and student textbooks
with all organs included Body:
contain with a clearly  Ask each student to spend the lesson creating a film explaining for research of the process and
systems of and their purpose. distinguished to refresh the students’ memory
the process of the digestive system with all organs and on the organs and their
organs 2. Distinguish the difference difference functions included. functions.
carrying out between mechanical and between the two  Guide the students with their film and allow them to research Conclusion: Access to email
specialised chemical digestion in the types of images to add voiceovers with the explain the process of the for short film submission to the
teacher.
functions that film created. digestion, system.
enable them to Mechanical and  Ensure the students include the two types of digestion,
survive and Chemical. Mechanical and Chemical by referring to these types when
reproduce. explaining the process.

Conclusion:
 Ask all students to submit their short films to the teacher via
email for the teacher to assess the students with reference to
the rubric.
Home Lesson pages Teacher page
Explain your website. Assessment 3. Assessment 1
Be clear about your target audience. The lesson pages should be clear and You will include your planning
Make it interesting and visual and aimed at the age group of the documents, your explanation of the
ensure it contains links to the other students. These pages are not learning theory and your clarification
sections of your site. designed for adults. It is designed for of the 4 chosen ICT focus tools.
students to use within a guided You will also put a link on this page
classroom environment. to the section where you will be
Use appropriate web design detailing all of your ICT tools.
principles to ensure the site is easy to
use and navigate.