A 'fill in form' that students complete on the computer after following various links (links deactivated for use on this website, I suggest you add the hyperlink again)Encouraging the students to consider the origins of their clothes and what they as single consumers might be able to do.Please leave feedback if it's useful (or rubbish...)
The traditional homework debate! Students work individually or as a pair to construct a persuasive paragraph within the scaffold (with examples provided). Works well as a paired task on A3.Suitable for English and/or History. Please leave comments if useful.
Mapping WW1 and Australia's involvement. Designed to give them some geographical grounding before a focus on the Gallipoli campaign. Students utilise the internet to find the locations of various significant sites for Australia from WW1. Also includes some source analysis.
Scaffold table allowing students to identify an overview of origins, denominations, features etc.
Making use of online mapping program (instructions attached), students construct a tour of significant sites from WW1. Used early in lesson sequence prior to delving deeper into Gallipoli and the Western front to provide a good overview.
A printable Partnership Agreement for students to fill in when starting their own business for Market Day/Running a Business. Feel free to comment.
Scaffold worksheet for students to review their understanding of the Land Rights movement. For use as a guide while they learn the topic or useful revision/structured notes activity. Students just click on each step to enter their content as a form entry (Be sure to enable editing as you open).Please leave comments if useful.
Web based search activity requiring students to build knowledge of the British East India Company while developing search skills. Incorporates requirement to utilise sites from India and Britain to show different perspectives.Used for 'The 1857 Indian Mutiny' Case Study.
Sheet requiring students to briefly outline some of the main features of Islam. Used as homework sheet to introduce some key glossary terms.
The traditional homework debate! Students work individually or as a pair to construct a persuasive paragraph within the scaffold (with examples provided. Works well as a paired task on A3.Suitable for English and/or History.Please leave comments if useful.
Simple worksheet to assist students in gaining an overview of the 'Petrov Affair'. Appropriate as homework task or class task when internet access available. Links to the Old Parliament House Petrov Affair website