Civics and citizenship. Alicia Briody , Bronte Orreal , Makaela Tragoudistakis , Ashlee- Rae Wildin , Amber Whicker. Civics and citizenship. Year Level: Grade 6 Learning Goals/Outcomes
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Alicia Briody, Bronte Orreal, MakaelaTragoudistakis, Ashlee- Rae Wildin, Amber Whicker
In this unit students will investigate as a whole Australia’s democratic system of government based on the Westminster system. Students will use research for and analysis of, information to employ an understanding and create an oral presentation to outline the levels of the Westminster system. Students will organise information in question and answer form to be marked by the teacher and returned in preparation for the group oral. Students have the opportunity to film their oral in small groups on an IPad, which will be summited as summative assessment.
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