Stage 5 History (Year 9 &10) The Making of the Modern World
Depth Study 1: Making a Better World
Topic 1B: Movement of Peoples
This resource includes a comprehensive (100+ slides) PowerPoint with activities and a supplementary glossary and slave stories handout.
Scope and sequence overview:
The experiences of slaves, convicts and free settlers.
The technological innovations that led to the Industrial Revolution, and other conditions that influenced the industrialisation of Britain (the agricultural revolution, access to raw materials, wealthy middle class, cheap labour, transport system, and expanding empire) and of Australia.
The experiences of men, women and children during the Industrial Revolution, and their changing way of life
The population movements and changing settlement patterns during this period.
The short and long-term impacts of the Industrial Revolution, including global changes in landscapes, transport and communication.
Nanberry by Jackie French Novel Study.
This resource includes English & Cadigal glossaries for a deeper understanding of the novel, as well as activities including character profiles, letter writing, comprehension questions, and more. Marking sheets for teachers and differentiated activities, adjusted for students with learning support needs, are included.
12x PDF files ready to hand out to students.
A PowerPoint presentation on a thematic Heroes unit of work. PPT includes activities, song lyrics to analyse, an explanation of the hero’s journey, and links and suggestions to supplementary texts so students can apply their new skills.
At home learning - puppetry task.
Stage 4 (Year 7 & 8) Drama. Can be delivered face to face, however, was developed during online learning due to COVID-19.
Includes instructions, links to websites, guiding questions, a model logbook reflection and more.
Includes a doc file for editing as well as a PDF for correct formatting.
Restorative Practice/Restorative Justice posters for the classroom. Posters include questions to ask and student guides to fixing issues.
Student-led questions for self-reflection when smaller issues arise.
Student-led steps for when issues arise.
Teacher-directed questions for the perpetrator.
Teacher-directed questions for the victim.
The zip folder contains 4xPDF posters. I recommend printing in A3 and laminating.
A fun literacy activity as a stand-alone, lesson starter, as part of a poetry unit, or as part of a biography unit. This resource includes an autobiographical poem scaffold to assist students in writing a self-reflective, descriptive poem. The handout includes instructions, a scaffold (fill in the blanks), an example, and space for their own poem.