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Clarify understanding of content as it unfolds in formal and informal situations, connecting ideas to students’ own experiences and present and justify a point of view (ACELY1699)
Learn how to define the topic in a primary school debate.
Develop persuasive arguments for a primary debate using the PEEL model.
Learn how to construct an effective rebuttal for a primary debate.
Students explore debating rules and the role of each speaker.
Students learn how to use characterisation and descriptive language in debating.
Students develop skills in how to use mechanisms in a debate.
Explore definitions in debating from the negative team's perspective.
Do you think impromptu speaking is impossible? Learn how to captivate your audience and make the most of your speaking opportunities and how to deliver impressive impromptus.
This cross-curriculum resource is designed to introduce Stage 2, 3 and 4 students to the design thinking process through a series of videos and interactive activities. This resource is also downloadable as a SCORM file: the downloaded version will only work if you upload it to a webserver, such as Moodle or Canvas.
Develop student confidence in speaking in a debate.
Students learn how to discuss responsibility when debating.
Students unpack elements of English and Digital Technologies and investigates the concept, purpose and critical features of a good blog.
This learning sequence explores two catastrophes impacting on children in Japan and India. Students engage with a range of texts to develop cultural knowledge and sensitivity about the peoples and countries of Japan and India. Their increased intercultural awareness is applied to a writing task that can be used to begin ...