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Dates: Transdisciplinary Aug. 22 - Sept. 23
Who We Are An inquiry into the nature of self; beliefs and values; personal, physical, mental, social and spiritual health; human relationships including families, friends, communities and cultures; rights and responsibilities; what it means to be human
Jan. 2 - 20 (tuning - in) Apr. 23 - June 8
Where We Are in Place and Time An inquiry into orientation in place and time; personal histories; homes and journeys; the discoveries, explorations and migrations of humankind; the relationships between and the interconnectedness of individuals and civilizations, from local and global perspectives
Sept. 26 - Oct. 27
How We Express Ourselves An inquiry into the ways in which we discover and express ideas, feelings, nature, culture, beliefs and values; the ways in which we reflect on, extend and enjoy our creativity; our appreciation of the aesthetic
Feb. 1 - Mar. 7
How the World Works An inquiry into the natural world and its laws; the interaction between the natural world (physical and biological) and human societies; how humans use their understanding of scientific principles; the impact of scientific and technological advances on society and on the environment
Oct. 31 - Dec. 9
How We Organize Ourselves An inquiry into the interconnectedness of human-made systems and communities; the structure and function of organisations; societal decision making; economic activities and their impact on humankind and the environment
Mar. 12 - Apr. 20
Sharing the Planet An inquiry into rights and responsibilities in the struggle to share finite resources with other people and other living things; communities and the relationships within and between them; access to equal opportunities
Differences in values can cause conflict that we choose to deal with in different ways ● Function ● Causation ● ● ● ● Harmony Resolution Relationship How personal conflicts arise ● How values are formed ● How we react in times of conflict ● ● ●
The application of elements and principles determine the success of artistic composition ● ● ● ● ● Function Connection Reflection Appreciation Aesthetics
The continual evolution of Earth’s natural features affects life on the planet ● ● ● ● ● Form Causation Change Evolution Natural phenomena
KEY CONCEPTS RELATED CONCEPTS LINES OF INQUIRY
The organisation and operation of marketplaces is determined by the communities in which they are located ● Function ● Causation ● Connection ● Market ● Organisation ● How marketplaces around the world operate ● Why the operation and organization of marketplaces differ ● How marketplaces meet the needs of communities ● Social Studies ● Literacy
The use of power has consequences that affects relationships and access to opportunities ● Function ● Connection ● Power ● Consequences ● The effects of power on the behaviour of people ● The consequences of the actions of those with power ● How peace and conflict are managed globally
● PSPE ● Performing Arts – Drama ● Literacy ● What precipitates conflict? ● How do personal
● The application of elements and principles ● The relationship between the creation of, and response to, artistic composition ● What makes a successful artistic composition ● The Arts
● How Earth has changed over time ● How Earth’s natural features have evolved ● How changes in Earth’s natural features have affected life ● Science ● Social Studies ● Literacy ● Is change inevitable?
● Social Studies ● Literacy
TEACHER QUESTIONS/ PROVOCATION
● When is art good? ● Can everyone be an artist?
● What came first the market or the community?
● Where is the power? ● What is cost of power?
values impact relationships? ● How do you minimize conflict? ● Differences in values can cause conflict that we choose to deal with in different ways ● The choices we make about how we deal with conflict can affect our relationships ● Situations that have the potential to cause conflict ● Strategies to manage/avoid conflict ● Subject specific vocabulary Communication ● Non verbal communication Research ● Collecting data ● Interpreting data Self-management ● Making informed choices Social ● Respecting others ● Resolving conflict Technology ● Being a Responsible Citizen Attributes ● Reflective Attitudes ● Respect ● Independence
● What makes a good market? ● ● We can all be artists. ● The continual evolution of Earth’s natural features affects life on the planet ● Earth is continually changing ● How land masses and geographic features have changed through time ● Why the earth changes ● The effects of natural changes on life Research ● Formulating questions ● Recording data ● Organising data Thinking ● Acquisition of knowledge ● Comprehension Technology ● Investigating ● Markets are created to serve a need ● There is a difference between needs and wants Decisions resulting from the use of power have consequences that affect relationships and access to opportunities
● Elements of various arts ● Principles of various arts ● Subject specific vocabulary Communication ● Viewing ● Presenting Research ● Formulating questions Thinking ● Analysis ● Synthesis Technology ● Investigating Creating
● Subject specific vocabulary ● Different types of markets
● Global situations, past and present, that have occurred through the use/abuse of power
Communication Research Thinking Self-management Social Technology • Investigating • Collaborating • Being a Responsible Citizen All attitudes should be exhibited through the Exhibition
Research ● Formulating questions ● Planning ● Observing ● Interpreting data Thinking ● Analysis Technology ● Investigating Organizing
Communication ● Viewing ● Presenting Thinking ● Dialectical thought Social ● Adopting a variety of roles Technology ● Investigating Communicating
ATTRIBUTES & ATTITUDES
Attributes ● Risk-taker ● Knowledgeable Attitudes ● Confidence ● Enthusiasm
Attributes ● Knowledgeable ● Inquirer Attitudes ● Curiosity ● Appreciation
Attributes ● Open minded ● Thinkers Attitudes ● Tolerance
Attributes ● Principled ● Thinker Attitudes ● Empathy ● Tolerance