Aboriginal History

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Aboriginal History by Mind Map: Aboriginal History

1. Cross-curriculum priorities

1.1. Sustainability

1.1.1. Indigenous sustainability

1.1.1.1. Understanding / knowledge of the environment

1.1.2. Environmental impact

2. Year Level

2.1. Year 2

3. Content Descriptors

3.1. Science

3.1.1. Chemical Sciences: Different materials can be combined for a particular purpose (ACSSU031)

3.1.2. Earth & Space Science: Earth's resources are used in a variety of ways (ACSSU032)

3.1.3. Use & Influence of Science: People use science in their daily lives, including when caring for their environment and living things (ACSHE035)

3.2. HASS

3.2.1. Geography: Local features and places are given names, which have meaning to people, and these places can be defined on a variety of scales, including personal (e.g. home), local (e.g. street, suburb or town), regional (e.g. state) and national (e.g. country) (ACHASSK048)

3.2.2. The ways in which Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples maintain connections to their country/place (ACHASSK049)

3.2.3. The history of a significant person, building, site or part of the natural environment in the local community and what it reveals about the past (ACHASSK044)

3.3. Mathematics

3.3.1. Mathematics: Group, partition and rearrange collections up to 1000 in hundreds, tens and ones to facilitate more efficient counting (ACMNA028)

3.3.2. Name and order months and seasons (ACMMG040)

3.4. Dance

3.4.1. Reasons why people dance (ACADAR004)

3.4.2. Personal responses to the elements of body, space and time in dances they view and make (ACADAR004)

3.5. Music

3.5.1. Reasons why people make music in different places and for different occasions (ACAMUR083)

3.5.2. Responses that identify specific elements of music and how they communicate mood and meaning (ACAMUR083)

3.6. Aboriginal Languages and Torres Strait Islander Languages Framework: Second Language

3.6.1. k10outline - Aboriginal Languages and Torres Strait Islander Languages Framework: Second Language

4. Links to other learning areas

4.1. Mathematics

4.2. English

4.2.1. Story time

4.2.2. Literacy

4.2.2.1. Informative / Narrative / recount

4.3. HASS

4.4. Science

4.5. The Arts

4.5.1. Visual Art

4.5.2. Music

4.5.3. Dance

4.6. ICT

4.7. Physical Education

4.7.1. Education Department - Single Sign-On

5. Project based learning

5.1. "Rich task"

5.1.1. Research local Indigenous land

5.1.2. Research/Interview guest speaker

5.2. Excursion

5.2.1. Landmarks

5.3. Incursion

5.3.1. Guest speaker

6. Activities

6.1. Timeline

6.2. story time

6.2.1. Guest Speaker

6.3. Guest visitor

6.3.1. Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer

6.3.2. Aboriginal Community Member

6.3.3. Aboriginal Elder

6.4. Dreamtime stories

6.4.1. Guest Speaker

6.4.2. Through The Arts

6.4.2.1. Music

6.4.2.2. Dance

6.5. Excursions

6.5.1. Landmarks

6.5.2. Local Aboriginal sites/land

7. General Capabilities

7.1. Literacy

7.1.1. Communicate ideas and concepts

7.1.2. Language

7.1.3. Interacting with others

7.2. Numeracy

7.3. Information and communication technology (ICT) capability

7.4. Ethical understanding

7.4.1. Applying systems thinking to evaluate findings

7.4.1.1. Consider the rights of others and their responsibilities in being sustainable

7.5. Critical and creative thinking

7.5.1. class discussions

7.5.2. close analysis text/pictures/stories

7.5.3. creation of written/visual tasks

7.6. Personal and social capability

7.6.1. understanding others

7.7. Intercultural understanding

7.7.1. value other cultures/languages and beliefs

8. Teaching Strategies

8.1. Low floor - high ceiling

8.2. Collaborative

8.3. Hands-on

8.4. 8 Ways of Learning

8.4.1. Story Sharing Community Links Deconstruct/Reconstruct Non-Linear Land Links Symbols & Images Non-Verbal Learning Maps

8.5. Visual

8.6. Graphic oranisers

8.6.1. Mindmaps

8.6.2. Placemats

8.6.3. Jigsaw

8.6.4. Venn Diagram

8.6.5. T / Y charts

8.6.6. KWL chart

9. Resources

9.1. Department of Education: Aboriginal Education

9.1.1. Aboriginal Education - The Department of Education

9.1.1.1. Lesson plans - Aboriginal Education - The Department of Education

9.2. ABC

9.2.1. Education resources for schools teachers and students - ABC Education

9.2.2. Education resources for schools teachers and students - ABC Education

9.3. Teach starter

9.4. twinkl

9.4.1. https://www.twinkl.com.au/resources/australian-resources-f-2/australian-resources-f-2-humanities-and-social-sciences/australian-resources-f-2-humanities-and-social-sciences-history?sign_in=1

9.5. South West Aboriginal Land & Sea Council (Teaching Resource)

9.5.1. Kaartdijin Noongar