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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle by Mind Map: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Learning Outcome 2: Children become socially responsible and show respect for the environment

Students

play

investigate

solve problems

explore

develop awareness

Teacher

provide a range of natural material

model

appropriate learning opportunities

continue correct behaviours in daily routine

Curriculum Documents

Curriculum Framework

Learning Area: Society and the Environment, Learning how to interact with the environment, Investigation, communication and particapation, Resources, Active Citizenship

Science, Investigating, Exploring

English, Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking

Technology and Enterprise, Creating and Building

K-10 Syllabus

ELYF

Classroom Environment

Safe

Clean

not going to harm any studnet

Organised

Areas for individual play

Group paly areas

Whole class area

Equipment and resources

developmentally appropriate

books

puzzles

paper

pencils

craft equipment

Teacher

Planning documents

Appropriate teaching practices

Gradual release of responsibility, Model, Guide, Share and Independant

Questioning techniques, Low to high order thinking

Know students and meet their needs

Student

Age and Stage of development

Developmental Domains, Physical (fine/gross), Manipulative, Building, Social / Emotional, working in groups, listening to others opinions, Speaking to others, Cognitive, knowing topic, defining topic, evaluating, reading / writing, Spiritual / Creative

Year level

Preprimary

Needs

Special Needs

Cultural Needs

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Resources

You tube Clips

Internet websites: www.factmonster.com

Details

New node

Experiences

Reading stories, Michael Recycle

Creating posters

Going on Excursions / incursions

Bringing in items from home to make something

Speakers

Creating a story including students in the class

Ideas