Humanities and social sciences / Foundation / Inquiry and skills / Communicating

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Curriculum content descriptions

Present narratives, information and findings in oral, graphic and written forms using simple terms to denote the passing of time and to describe direction and location (ACHASSI010)

Elaborations
  • describing events they have experienced and/or different places they have visited, using different modes of communication, (for example, orally, through objects, pictures and drawings, role-play and photographs)
  • reporting family history by presenting information in talk, drawings and play and by creating imaginative responses
  • using simple terms to denote the passage of time (for example, then, now, yesterday, today, tomorrow) when talking about their experiences
  • using appropriate terms to describe the direction and location of a place (for example, ‘near and far’, ‘above and below’, ‘beside and opposite’)
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Numeracy Numeracy
ScOT terms

Elapsed time,  Navigation

Teacher resource

Weather: what is weather? - activity

This is a Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) student worksheet about weather. The worksheet includes an aim, an introduction explaining what weather is and a series of questions about weather for students to respond to using pictures and words. Some of the questions are about what sort of clothes the students would wear and games ...

Assessment resource

Foundation/Prep history assessment - Exploring my family history

This is an assessment package that uses the Foundation Australian Curriculum history achievement standard to gather evidence about how well students have demonstrated what they know, what they understand and what they can do in relation to the topic 'Personal and Family Histories'. Children investigate their family history ...

Teacher resource

Talking Time: an exploration of time - how we change over time

This integrated lesson sequence that explores the concept and language of time and then moves to using sources and artefacts to show their own personal history. Students will share personal artefacts and those shared from their families to explore concepts of time, history and change.

Teacher resource

National Museum of Australia: what is this?

This is an online teacher resource containing six videos for use with students, associated classroom learning activities and a teacher resource video that focuses on teaching history to Foundation year students. The videos model inquiry learning processes for children by featuring a puppet, Teddy, who investigates objects ...

Moving Image

Celebrating achievements

Discover some different ways that people celebrate achievements. This clip takes you to two big celebrations: a street parade and a graduation. Find out what it takes to achieve things worth celebrating. Learn some ways that you can help others achieve.