Humanities and social sciences / Year 2 / Inquiry and skills / Researching

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Curriculum content descriptions

Sort and record information and data, including location, in tables and on plans and labelled maps (ACHASSI036)

Elaborations
  • sorting and recording written or pictorial information or survey results in tables under headings such as ‘then/now’, ‘past/present/future’, ‘places near/far’, ‘places visited’, ‘purpose’, ‘frequency’, ‘distance’
  • creating pictorial maps with annotations to show familiar local and/or historical sites, their features and location, and adding further information as extra sites are identified
  • locating the places they are connected to (such as through family, travel, friends), or the places they visit for shopping, recreation or other reasons on a print, electronic or wall map
  • making a map or plan of significant places in the community, incorporating symbols to show location of objects or significant features
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Numeracy Numeracy
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
ScOT terms

Data representation,  Classification

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