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TERM/WEEKS: YEAR LEVEL: 4 LEARNING AREA/TOPIC:


Term 2, Weeks 1-3 Humanities and Social Sciences

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: Students in the classroom are required to bring in one to one iPads every day. The classroom has a smartboard that has an
Apple TV allowing students to screen their iPads onto the smartboard.

WEEK/ West Australian SPECIFIC LESSON ASSESSMENT TEACHING & LEARNING RESOURCES = ICT and other
LESSON
Curriculum OBJECTIVE (what & how) EXPERIENCES
LINKS (Introduction, Body and Conclusion)

Week 1 The differences • Distinguish the difference Formative Introduction • Padlet KWL
between ‘rules’ between rules and laws. assessment - at the • In small groups students complete a KWL chart using the chart -
and ‘laws’ • Explore examples of rules beginning of the Padlet app on their iPads. They will follow the link on the https://padlet.c
(ACHASSK092). lesson to guage Weebly to access the Padlet. The “what we know” and
and laws in their om/sassy_sarah
students
community using Popplet. “want to know” section will be completed in this lesson. 97/kep9pf24lsn
understanding of
• Convey information of the differences Each student must add at least 1 idea to each column. x
“rules” and “laws” and the between rules and • Popplet lite –
laws. Body
government using Book iPad app.
• Discuss “rules” and “laws’ as a class.
Creator. • Answer Garden
• In groups students will create a concept map on their iPad
– collaborative
using Popplet. They will research a definition of “rules”
feedback site.
and one of “laws” to begin their mind map. They will then
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think of examples in their groups of “rules” and “laws” in
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their community.
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• Students will airdrop the brainstorm to their group
• Book creator
members. Using Book creator students will begin to make
their rules and laws poster. They will use the heading Who
makes laws? to begin their poster. Students are to add the
difference between a rule and a law and examples of each
to their book.

Conclusion
• Using Answer Garden students use their iPad to share key
words or phrases they learnt in the lesson.

WEEK/ West Australian SPECIFIC LESSON ASSESSMENT TEACHING & LEARNING RESOURCES = ICT and other
LESSON
Curriculum OBJECTIVE (what & how) EXPERIENCES
LINKS (Introduction, Body and Conclusion)

Week 2 The differences • Convey information of Summative – Introduction • Kahoot quiz on


between ‘rules’ “rules” and “laws” and the information • Students will individually complete a Kahoot quiz on their “rules and
and ‘laws’ government using Book produced from iPads using the Kahoot app. Using this information, I will be “laws” -
(ACHASSK092). Kahoot quiz able to distinguish who has an understanding of “rules” and
Creator. https://play.kah
identifying the
The purpose of • Identify different “rules” difference between
“laws”. oot.it/#/k/8d57c
government and and “laws”. “rules” and “laws”. 950-8d34-46a3-
Body
some familiar • Research the levels of 88a3-
• In groups students will watch a BTN story on the levels of
services provided government in Australia. 0c578e4201d9
by local government embedded into the Weebly. Using the link to
• Understanding that the • Google Doc -
government the Google Doc student will answer the three questions on
government makes laws https://docs.go
(ACHHASSK01). it in their small groups.
ogle.com/docu
• Using all the information on the Google Doc the students
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will then add: a definition of each level, why we have three
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levels of government and some examples of their roles in
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Australia to their Book Creator on their iPad. Students will
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demonstrate their critical thinking by choosing
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appropriate information.
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Conclusion • Link to BTN
• To conclude this lesson a few of the students will share their story -
Book Creator book so far. The students will use the Apple http://educatio
TV to share their posters with the class. I will choose them n.abc.net.au/ho
at random. We will discuss as a class the information on the me#!/media/24
Book to gage their understanding of the topics. 05829/levels-of-
government
• ChibiStudio
WEEK/ West Australian SPECIFIC LESSON ASSESSMENT TEACHING & LEARNING RESOURCES = ICT and other
LESSON
Curriculum OBJECTIVE (what & how) EXPERIENCES
LINKS (Introduction, Body and Conclusion)

Week 3 The differences • Convey information of Summative Introduction • Padlet KWL


between ‘rules’ “rules” and “laws” using assessment – rubric • To begin the lesson students will use ShowMe on their chart -
and ‘laws’ Book Creator. for the book. Main iPads to answer some questions. After the video watched https://padlet.c
(ACHASSK092). aspects include the
• Effectively use iMovie to in the previous lesson I will call out some jobs that are om/sassy_sarah
difference between
create a short film on the done by the three levels of government. On ShowMe 97/kep9pf24lsn
The purpose of “rules” and “laws”,
government and levels of government. minimum of three students are to write either; local, state or federal. They x
some familiar • Understand the purpose of examples of a will then show their answer to me at the front of the • Book creator
services provided the government. “rule” and “law” room. • iMovie
by local and identifying the • I will use this to assess their understanding from the • Chatterpix
government roles of each level previous lesson • ShowMe
(ACHHASSK01). of government.
Body
Formative • Students will work individually to create three different
assessment – using
avatars representing the three levels of government on
ShowMe at the
beginning of the Chibi Studio.
lesson I will assess • Using the Chatterpix app students will create an
what students introduction video for each of their levels including;
understand the including what they are in charge of in the community.
content. • They will then export the clips and use iMovie to create a
short movie on the levels of government.
• The movie will be exported and put onto their Book
Creator book.

Conclusion
• To conclude the lesson and understand what the students
have learnt they will complete their KWL chart from the
beginning of this unit of work.
• We will have class discussion on what students have learnt
as a result of the lessons.