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Forward planning document

  1. 1. Combined  Year  3/4–  Integrated  Program:     Recycled  Water:  Does  this  mean  I  have  to  drink  my  own  pee!?   Context   Knowledge   Skills/Processes/Values/Attitudes  Following  the  2006  release  of  the  movie  An  Inconvenient  Truth,  global   Global   History  warming  is  increasingly  a  topical  issue,  with  the  ‘carbon  tax’  introduced   Water  is  essential  for  all  life  on  earth.   Sequence  historical  people  and  events  in  Australia  in  2012.  Global  warming  and  the  La  Nina  weather  pattern   Water  resources  can  be  managed  different  ways.   Use  historical  terms  have  been  blamed  for  the  recent  ‘dry  spell’  in  Australia  [link].   Access  to  water  is  a  key  consideration  for  every   Pose  a  range  of  questions  about  the  past     community.   Identify  sources  Australia  is  the  driest  inhabited  continent  on  earth  and  the  water   Water  can  be  recycled  for  drinking.   Locate  relevant  information  from  sources  provided  industry  is  attempting  to  secure  water  resources  for  a  sustainable   How  a  community  chooses  to  use  water  impacts  on   Identify  different  points  of  view  future.  The  Water  Corporation  aired  their  ‘Target  60’  [litres]   everyone.   Develop  texts,  particularly  narratives  commercial  in  2010  in  a  effort  to  limit  water  use  in  Perth.   Local  &  Community   Use  a  range  of  communication  forms  (oral,  graphic,  written)  and  digital  technologies     Settlement  occurs  near  water  and  is  impacted  by   SOSE  {Include  local  school  context  and  geography/location}   water  availability  and  use.   ICP  2.2:  Uses  a  range  of  social  science  techniques  to  make  literal,  factual  observations  and   Water  management  has  changed,  and  continues  to   limited  records  of  the  data  collected.   change,  over  time.   PS  1.2:  Understands  that  there  is  a  relationship  between  a  place  and  why  people  use  it.   Specific  knowledge  of  local  water  project.   R  2.2:  Understands  that  people  manage  the  use  of  resources  in  different  ways.   Cross  Curriculum  Priorities   General  Capabilities   Aboriginal  and   Asia  and  Australia’s   Sustainability   Literacy   Numeracy   ICT   Critical  &  creative   Personal  and   Ethical  behaviour   Intercultural   Torres  Strait  Islander   engagement  with   thinking   social  capability   Understanding  histories  and  cultures   Asia   Society  &  Environment  (AC/CF)   English  (AC)   Mathematics  (AC)  History:  Key  ideas   Refer  to  checklist  based  on  Year  3  &  4  Scope  &  Sequence   Refer  to  checklist  based  on  Year  3  &  4  Scope  &  Sequence  Key  concepts:  sources,  continuity  and  change,  cause  and  effect,      perspectives,  empathy  and  significance   Language   Literature   Literacy               Understanding   Number  and  Algebra  Year  3:  Community  and  remembrance   Language   Literature  and  context   Texts  in  context   Fluency   -­‐  Number  and  place  value  How  has  our  community  changed?  What  features  have  been  lost  and   variation  and   Responding  to   Interacting  with  others   Problem  Solving   -­‐  Fractions  and  decimals  what  features  have  been  retained?   change   literature   Interpreting,  analysing,   Reasoning   -­‐  Money  and  financial  What  is  the  nature  of  the  contribution  made  by  different  groups  and   Language  for   Examining  literature   evaluating     mathematics  individuals  in  the  community?   interaction   Creating  literature   Creating     -­‐  Patterns  and  algebra  Importance  of  Country  and  Place  to  Aboriginal  Peoples  who  belong  to  a   Text  structure  and      local  area.   organisation   Measurement  and  Geometry  ONE  important  aspect  example  of  change  and  ONE  important  example  of   Expressing  and   -­‐  Using  units  of  measurement  continuity  over  time  in  the  local  community,  region  or  state/territory.   developing  ideas   -­‐  Shape     Sound  and  letter   -­‐  Geometric  reasoning  Year  4:  First  Contacts   knowledge   -­‐  Location  and  transformation  Why  did  the  great  journeys  of  exploration  occur?    What  was  life  like  for  Aboriginal  Peoples  before  the  arrival  of  the   Statistics  and  Probability  Europeans?   -­‐  Chance  The  nature  of  contact  between  Aboriginal  people  and  others,  and  the   -­‐  Data  representation  and  effects  of  those  interactions.   interpretation      What  do  we  need  water  for  anyway?   Recycled  Water  in  Australia  –  drinking  recycled  sewage   How  is  water  used?  ONE  important  aspect  example  of  change  (water  use)  and  ONE   Introduction  –  Class  Brainstorm  on  board   Estimate  flows  in  rivers,  within  households,  in  communities.  important  example  of  continuity  (available  water  sources)  over  time  in   Discuss  NIMBY  concept  (Not  In  My  Back  Yard)  with  PMI  tool.   Record  and  manipulate  numbers.  the  local  community,  region  or  state/territory.     Data  Collection:  Estimate/Record  own  household’s  water  use.  Make  a  Water  mind  map  in  the  classroom:  ensure  that  every  student   Vocabulary:  Add  water  words  to  wall  mind  map  (Word  Wall).  Include  Latin    has  ownership  of  the  elements  and  the  links.   affixes,  Aboriginal  &  LOTE  words  (e.g.  aqua-­‐,  mar-­‐,  sub-­‐)   How  much  water  is  used?  Map  activities:  WORLD  -­‐  Investigate  where  most  cities/settlements     Survey  1:  Investigate  community  demographics  –  survey  own  are  in  relation  to  water.  AUSTRALIA  –  Investigate  where  most   Exemplar  Text:  Shark  in  the  Park  by  Nick  Sharratt   households  and  family/friends.  Draw  class  chart,  using  man  cities/settlements  are  in  relation  to  fresh  water.  COMMUNITY  –   What  is  the  problem?  Why  is  it  a  problem?  What  else  could  this  story  relate   cutouts  to  create  picture  graph/column  graph.  [Option  to  use  Investigate  where  local  Aboriginal  meeting  places  and  sacred  sites   to?  How  does  it  relate  to  Water  recycling?   Home  Water  Investigator  to  track  household  data]  were  in  relation  to  fresh  water,  and  research  bunyips  and  billabongs     Extension:  Discuss/Introduce  reliability  of  survey,  sample  size  (water  spirits).  [Local  Aboriginal  elders,  AIEO,  atlas,  Google  Earth]   Persuasive  Text:  Citizens  write  a  letter  to  complain  about  water  recycling,   and  distribution,  whether  two  men  on  the  graph  could  represent  Weather  activities:  How  does  geography  impact  on  what  water  is   using  the  structure,  “There’s  a/some  ___  in  the  water”.  Focus  on  emotive,  high-­‐ one.  available?  What  flow-­‐on  effects  exist  in  the  area  because  of  water   modality  words  and  direct  quotes  (quotation  marks).    
  2. 2. availability?  What  effect  does  water  have  on  the  weather?  What  effect     Convert  mL  to  L  to  kL  to  ML,  and  investigate  the  volume  of  water  does  weather  patterns  have  on  water  sources?  Basics  of  the  water   Reading  for  meaning:  Engineering  report  explaining  the  recycled  water   displaced  by  1000cm3.  Convert  between  units  (1-­‐step  problems);  cycles.  [Water  Cycle  Game;  Scholastic  Readers  –  Weather;  Newspaper   process.  Tie  into  Water  Corporation  incursion/excursion  and  focus  reading   manipulate  and  convert  (2-­‐step  problems);  convert  and  weather  pages;  library;  Option  to  borrow  BOOM  Weather  Kit]   comprehension  around  technical  texts.   manipulate  (3-­‐step  problems).  Develop  recognition/estimation  Incursion:  Water  Corporation  Education  Officer.     skills  of  which  units  to  use.  Research  the  uses  of  water:  make  a  list  (include  %water  in  human   Newspaper  Article  (follow  on  to  letter):  Recount/Informational  Text:  As  a    body,  %seas  on  earth,  mining  use)  [Wikipedia  for  Kids]   journalist,  report  that  citizens  are  outraged  at  idea.  Cover  bias,  sensationalism   Simplify  and  investigate  the  patterns  of  water  use,  over  one  Content:  Water  is  essential  for  all  life  on  earth.  Water  cycle.  Local   (modality  &  strong  words).   day,  over  one  week  (record  home  and  school  water  meters).  water  usage  statistics  from  Water  Corporation  Education  Officer.   Extension  –  include  opposing  ideas,  from  engineers,  mayors,  water  experts   Reason  why  these  patterns  exist  and  predict  future  usage.     providing  a  balanced  article.    Who  uses  water  and  how  much  do  they  use?     Investigate  water  usage  around  the  world.  Bar  graph/Picture  Read  about  Burke  &  Wills’  expedition.  Discuss  water  sources,   Investigate  advertising   graph  the  amount  of  water  used  per  capita  in  different  areas.  deserts,  water  requirements  for  humans,  alternate  sources  [Burke  &   Analyse  Water  Corporation  advertising:  ‘Target  60’.  [YouTube,  Newspaper    Wills  Society;  History  of  Burke  &  Wills]   clippings  (library  vertical  file)]   Survey  2:  Investigate  community  demographics  –  visually  Investigate  Aboriginal  water  use  (pre-­settlement):  transportation,   View  WaterCorporation  branding  (e.g.  frog  =  fresh  water),  colour  and  theme,   survey  an  area  on  Google  maps  (expect  ±30  houses  for  Yr  3,  ±80  purification,  characteristics,  hygiene,  amount  [oral  histories,  stories]   placement  of  text,  image  techniques,  framing.  Text  devices  (e.g.  font  size),   houses  for  Yr  4).  Investigate  different  methods  for  data  How  did  the  early  Perth  settlers  use  water?  [The  Early  Search  for   choice  of  high-­‐modality  words.  Reason  why  the  advertising  was  needed,  and   collection  and  error  checking.  Repeat  class  graph/s.  Review  Water  -­‐  historical;  The  Bushman  –  historical]   how  this  need  was  presented.   bias  and  assumptions,  what  each  place  of  residence  represents.       Compare  graphs  and  discuss  differences.  Calculate  Individual  Project  -­  investigate  local  water  project.   Excursion   demographic  percentages  of  water  use  (use  prepared  data  from  Create  a  multimedia  presentation  (poster,  ppt,  etc)  of  the  historical   Appreciate,  analyse  (and  create)  artworks  based  around  the  water  theme  (e.g.   Water  Corporation).  context,  significance  and  process  of  a  local  water  project  (teacher   in  the  WA  Art  Gallery).  Observe  and  note  the  visual  elements  used  to    choice).  Include  information  on  a  key  individual.  Some  options   illustrate  water.  Comment  on  their  use  and  effectiveness.   How  much  water  ‘should’  we  use  and  how  should  we  use  it?  (historical  WA  information  here):     Analyse  how  the  ‘Target  60’  target  would  affect  water  use  for  National:  SMEC  Hydroelectric  and  a  largely  migrant  workforce   Design  advertising  poster  for  rally/meeting/magazine.  How  would  you   few  households,  many  households,  Perth.  Calculate  the  amount  [Australian  Government;  National  Archives]   market  it?  Link  in  key  visual  and  text  devices,  incl.  colour,  main  idea,   of  water  used,  saved  and  reason  what  the  difference  would  mean.  South  WA:  Goldfields  Water  Supply  Scheme,  aka  Kalgoorlie  (Golden)   supporting  ideas,  emotional  appeal,  rhyme  and  rhythm,  use  of  contractions,   [Waterless  World;  Water  Consumption;  World  of  Water]  Pipeline  &  Engineer  C.Y.  O’Connor  [National  Trust;  Australian   etc    Geographic;  NIE  WA  History  Series  CD  Part  4;  optional  excursion  of   Extension  -­‐  How  would  you  refute  it?  argue  against  it?   Survey  3:  Would  you  (students)  drink  recycled  water?  Predict  Golden  Pipeline  -­  Mundaring]   Listening:  Incursion  from  Water  Corporation   outcome  based  on  personal  opinion  (explain  bias,  using  North  WA:  Harding  Dam  and  future  Pilbara  Coastal  Water  Project  (part     increasing  sample  size  to  skew  results/interactive  polling  of  Pilbara  Cities)  [Water  Corporation  Technical  Data;  Millstream  Chi   Speaking:  Debate  about  Recycled  Water  –  one  side  FOR,  one  side  AGAINST  –   optional).  Survey  class,  and  represent  in  table  and  list  format,  Chester  National  Park  Brochure;  optional  excursion  to  Harding  dam  or   staged  as  a  community  meeting  (invite  local  councilors/community  liaisons,   and  bar/picture  graph.  Millstream  catchment;  Pilbara  Cities]   or  even  parents  if  available  –  to  adjudicate,  to  present  their  ideas,  to  debate       against)   SOSE  elements  of  mathematics  Become  a  WaterWise  School:  engage  with  water  conservation  in  the     OR   Shape:  Investigate  shapes  in  water  conveyance,  storage,  use.  classroom  and  at  home  [Water-­‐Saving  Information;  WaterWise  School]   Speaking:  Oral  reflection  on  ideas  and  concepts  that  mean  the  most  to  you       and  why,  related  to  water  and/or  water  recycling.   Project:  As  part  of  the  SOSE  project,  investigate  the  shapes  What  about  recycled  water?     involved  in  the  construction.  Construct  one  element  of  the  local  Investigate  what  countries  drink  recycled  water,  their  geography  and   Write  your  opinion:  If  recycled  water  became  normal  in  Perth,  would  sales   water  project  three-­dimensionally  using  regular  and  irregular  reasons  to  why  they  recycle  water.  Present  orally  by  groups  taking  one   of  bottled  water  increase  or  decrease?  Why  (not)?  [Compare  to  business   shapes.  Incorporate  a  grid  map  showing  spatial  orientation  of  continent  each.  [Library]   cycles,  Coca-­‐Cola,  iPhone,  seat  belts,  computers]   key  element/s  of  the  water  project.  Content:  Recycled  water  is  safe  to  drink.  Water  can  be  extracted  from      sewage  to  be  used  as  potable  water.   ASSESSMENT   ASSESSMENT     Formative   Formative  ASSESSMENT   PMI   Survey  1,  2,  including  discussions  Formative   Reading  comprehension   Calculation/Conversion  activities  Water  Mind  Map   Advertising  analysis  activities   Shape  investigations  Map  Activities   Classroom  discussion   Summative  Water  use  activities   Opinion  piece   Target  60  –  calculations  and  conversions  Summative   Summative   Survey  3  data  recording,  representation  and  graphing  Weather  activities   Newspaper  article   Project:  3D  shapes  Local  water  project  –  report/presentation/poster/etc   Advertising  poster   Project:  grid  map     Debate         EDUC8501 - Daniel McNaughton 2088 4936

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