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Being a teacher was always a childhood dream which I achieved at an early age. My career has led me to teach some amazing students and to specialise in the Special Education area. My passion is ensuring that all students, no matter their ability, are able to access a great education.

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Being a teacher was always a childhood dream which I achieved at an early age. My career has led me to teach some amazing students and to specialise in the Special Education area. My passion is ensuring that all students, no matter their ability, are able to access a great education.
Remember the Titans - comprehension
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Remember the Titans - comprehension

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This resource asks questions on the first section of the movie, Remember the Titans. The questions are both comprehension questions on the movie and some questions on film techniques used. The theme of the questions is on Racism
Ancient Greece Inquiry based project
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Ancient Greece Inquiry based project

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Through this resource students will be investigating a number of different areas in Ancient Greece. Students will complete activities based around key groups in Ancient Greece - contacts and conflicts, daily rituals, beliefs, systems of governments and significant people in Ancient Greece. Students will choose one activity from each of the four areas. Some activities have specified ways that the activity will be presented, while others are open for the students to decide. Within each area there are activities that cater for those students who need modification and those who need extension. The activities are designed for students between the ages of 10 -14.
Inside Out Film techniques
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Inside Out Film techniques

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Students match pictures from Inside Out to given definitions that relate to Film techniques used in Inside Out. Students then use a scaffolded worksheet to write paragraphs on these techniques
War on Waste - Bananas
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War on Waste - Bananas

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This activity is based on information from the ABC series War on Waste. This section involves watching the section on Bananas and answering set questions. It also involves students providing a solution.
World War 2
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World War 2

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This is a 3 part activity sequence on WW2. All three build to an understanding of the Sandakan death marches. Part 1 develops a basic understanding of WW2. Part 2 is on Australia's involvement in the war in Asia Part 3 is on the Sandakan death marches
War on Waste food - Banana waste
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War on Waste food - Banana waste

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Using the ABC series War on Waste students answer questions on the waste of Banana's grown in Australia. This activity is suitable for students who have additional needs in understanding concepts and writing sentences
Food bank easy
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Food bank easy

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Food banks provide food for people in need. They resource stock that is close to use by dates, has labelling that may not be perfect or there is too much of a type of food. Students watch a video from the War on Waste then answer set questions. Students complete a pamphlet on the Food bank
Analysing articles for clarity
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Analysing articles for clarity

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Students read 5 different articles that describe how to remove stains from woodwork. Students then analyse the articles as to the clarity of the article, the effectiveness of the article and the audience. Students then identify which article is the most effective.
Women in medieval history
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Women in medieval history

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This assignment involves students researching the way medieval women were treated and comparing it to how women are treated in todays society. The assignment looks at women's rights and responsibilities, way they are treated during war and famous women of both eras. Students finalise their findings in a visual diary or an auditory piece showcasing their findings.
Inside Out
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Inside Out

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Two activities to use based on the film Inside Out. Students, after watching the movie Inside Out answer given questions based on the characters, colours used and the film techniques. Students using the first paragraph as a model, rearrange a given paragraph so that it follows the formula of Topic sentence, explanation, example and concluding sentence.
Out of Africa - Comprehension sheet
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Out of Africa - Comprehension sheet

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Students read a short passage on how man evolved and moved out of Africa. There are three level's of questions, each level more difficult than the last. With each level the amount of information required increases. Students can also highlight where the answer to the information is found.
Christmas packages for the troops. Activity 2. Foundation
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Christmas packages for the troops. Activity 2. Foundation

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Students watch videos from troops from Australia deployed overseas on the importance of receiving care packages from Australia. Students then read why others are sending care packages to the troops overseas. Students then write on why donating is not just about bringing joy to the troops, using a fill in the gap
Christmas package for the troops. Activity 2.
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Christmas package for the troops. Activity 2.

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Students watch videos from troops from Australia deployed overseas on the importance of receiving care packages from Australia. Students then read why others are sending care packages to the troops overseas. Students then write on why donating is not just about bringing joy to the troops
Harmony Day Oral Presentation
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Harmony Day Oral Presentation

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Students interview a fellow student about the student's culture. They then present this information in an informative way to fellow classmates. This was used at the start of the school use as a way for students to get to know each other. Students use the website http://www.harmony.gov.au/schools/recipes-for-harmony/ to assist them in developing their presentation. Students were able to present their information in any format, but predominately this is an oral presentation