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Humanities and social sciences / Year 4 / Inquiry and skills / Evaluating and reflecting

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Curriculum content descriptions

Interact with others with respect to share points of view (ACHASSI080)

Elaborations
  • participating in role-plays and simple debates which allow for equal presentation of viewpoints
  • exploring and sharing, through a facilitated role-play, the experiences and/or feelings of different people involved in a past event (for example, the points of view of Aboriginal People, convicts, guards, women and children on settling at Botany Bay) or the different views about a current event (for example, the views of farmers, activists and government decision-makers about a road going through an endangered habitat)
  • participating in cooperative strategies that enable decision-making about roles and responsibilities (for example, using de Bonos’ hats)
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
  • Ethical understanding Ethical understanding
ScOT terms

Attitudes,  Beliefs,  Respect

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