Greater Kengal

Scope and Sequence

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Even Years

Odd Years

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Learning Across the Curriculum

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders

Civic and Citizenships

Personal and social Competence

Intercultural Understanding

Sustainability and Environments

(Incorporate Agricultural Food Week http://www.learning.schools.nsw.edu.au/foodagweek/

Difference and Diversity

Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia

Critical and Creative Thinking

(Incorporate Agricultural Food Week http://www.learning.schools.nsw.edu.au/foodagweek/

Information and Communication technology

Even Years

Odd Years

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Comprehension Strategies

Inferring

Make Connections

Monitoring

Sequencing

Vocabulary Development

Locating Key words and Phrases

Questioning

Synthesising

Predicting and Previewing

Visualising

Activating Prior Knowledge

Determining Importance

Summarising

Make Connections

Locating Keywords and Phrases

Synthesising

Inferring

Monitoring

Predicting and Previewing

Vocabulary Development

Activating Prior Knowledge

Visualising

Questioning

Sequencing

Summarising

Even Years

Odd Years

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

How2Learn

Resilience

Feelings

Absorption

Managing distractions

Noticing

Perseverance

Resourcefulness

Thinking

Questioning

Making links

Imagining

Reasoning

Capitalising

Reflectiveness

Managing

Planning

Revising

Distilling

Meta learning

Repricitoty

Relating

Interdependence

Collaboration

Empathy and Listening

Collaboration

Resilience

Feelings

Absorption

Managing distractions

Noticing

Perseverance

Resourcefulness

Thinking

Questioning

Making links

Imagining

Reasoning

Capitalising

Reflectiveness

Managing

Planning

Revising

Distilling

Meta learning

Repricitoty

Relating

Interdependence

Collaboration

Empathy and Listening

Collaboration

Even Years

Odd Years

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

English

Spoken, print, visual and multimedia texts

Australian literature

Suggested texts

Aboriginal experiences in Australia

Suggested Texts

Even Years Term 2 English

Everyday and community texts

Suggested Texts

Intercultural experiences

Suggested Texts

Environmental and social sustainability

Odd years Term 1 English

Literary texts from other countries

and times, including

poetry, drama scripts, prose fiction and picture books

Odd years Term 1 English

Peoples and cultures of Asia

Suggested Texts

Factual texts

Digital texts, including film, media and multimedia.

Types of Text

Imaginative

Informative

Informative

Persuasive

Persuasive

Imaginative

Persuasive

Informative

Imaginative

Persuasive

Imaginative

Informative

Informative

Persuasive

Persuasive

Imaginative

Even Years

Odd Years

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Visual Art

Other Living things

People

Drawing

Painting

Year A Term 2 Visual Arts

Events

Objects

Sculpture and 3D forms

People

Events

Places and Spaces

Painting

Places and Spaces

Photography

Odd Years Term 1 Visual Art

People

Other Living Things

Fibre

Odd Years Term 2 Visual Art

Other Living things

People

Ceramics

Objects

Events

Printmaking

Objects

Places and Spaces

Digital

Drama

Movement and Mime

Puppetry

Storytelling

Improvisation

Playbuilding

Odd Years Term 1- Drama

Movement and Mime

Odd Years Term 2- Drama

Masks

Playbuilding

Reader’s theatre

Video drama

Music

Singing

Listening

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music- contemporary

and traditional

Traditional Australian music

Playing

Organising sound

Contemporary and Popular music

Moving

Music from around the world

Musical Concepts

Classics

Odd Years Term 1- Music

Moving

Playing

Music from around the world

Odd Years Term 2- Music

Playing

Listening

Music from Asian Countries

Musical Concepts

Singing

Popular music

Organising sound

Children's music

Dance

Appreciating

Performing

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander music-contemporary

and traditional

Traditional Australian dances

Year A Term 2 Dance

Elements of dance

Composing

Contemporary and popular dances

Performing

Folk dances from around the world

Composing

Various dance forms- ballet, hip hop, rap etc

Odd Years Term 1-dance

Elements of dance

Folk dances from around the world

Odd Years Term 2-dance

Performing

Dance from Asian countries

Appreciating

Modern dance

Composing

Various dance forms- ballet, hip hop, rap etc

Even Years

Odd Years

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

History

Odd Years Term 1- History

Odd Years Term 2- History

Early Stage 1

Personal and Family Histories

  • My family
  • family structures

Early Stage 1

Personal and Family Histories

  • our holidays

Early Stage 1

Personal and Family Histories

  • cultural holidays

Early Stage 1

Personal and Family Histories

  • Telling family stories

Early Stage 1

Personal and Family Histories

  • My family

(CWA country of study)

Early Stage 1

  • Personal and Family Histories
  • Family structures

Early Stage 1

Personal and Family Histories

our holidays

Early Stage 1

Personal and Family Histories

  • Telling family stories

Stage 1

Present and Past Family Life

Using the Terms ’Present, Past and Future’

  • months
  • seasons

Stage 1

Present and Past Family Life

Using the Terms ’Present, Past and Future’

  • holidays and special events in Australia

Stage 1

Present and Past Family Life

Using the Terms ’Present, Past and Future’

  • holidays and special events in other cultures

Stage 1

The Past in the Present

  • Investigate an historical site
  • Significant person or site

Stage 1

Present and Past Family Life

family structures and roles

compare daily life with parents and/or grand-

Parents

(CWA country of study)

Stage 1

The Past in the Present

  • Investigate significant person

Stage 1

The Past in the Present

  • changing technologies

Stage 2

Community and Remembrance

The importance of Country and Place to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples 

First contacts

The diversity and longevity of Australia's first peoples and the ways Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples are connected to Country and Place

Stage 2

Community and Remembrance

Days and weeks celebrated or commemorated in Australia (including Australia DayANZAC DayHarmony Week, National Reconciliation Week, NAIDOC Week, National Sorry Day) and the importance of symbols and emblems

Stage 2

Community and Remembrance

Celebrations and commemorations in other places around the world; for example, Bastille Day in France, Independence Day in the USA, including those that are observed in Australia, such as Chinese New Year, Christmas Day, Diwali, Easter, Hanukkah, the Moon Festival and Ramadan

(CWA country of study)

Stage 2

Community and Remembrance

ONE important example of change and ONE important example of continuity over time in the local community, region or state/territory

 

 

Stage 2

Community and Remembrance

The role that people of diverse backgrounds have played in the development and character of the local community

(CWA country of study)

 

 Stage 2

First Contacts

The journey(s) of at least ONE world navigator, explorer or trader up to the late eighteenth century, including their contacts with other societies and any impacts

Stage 2

First Contacts

Stories of the First Fleet, including reasons for the journey, who travelled to Australia, and their experiences following arrival

Stage 3

Australian Colonies

The contribution of individuals and groups, including Aboriginal people and/or Torres Strait Islanders and migrants, to the development of Australian society, for example in areas such as the economy, education, sciences, the arts, sport (ACHHK116)

Stage 3

Australia as a Nation

Key figures and events that led to Australia's Federation, including British and American influences on Australia's system of law and government

Experiences of Australian democracy and citizenship

Stage 3

Australian Colonies

The reasons people migrated to Australia from Europe and Asia, and the experiences and contributions of a particular migrant group within a colony

 

 

 Stage 3

Australian Colonies

The role that a significant individual or group played in shaping a colony; for example, explorers, farmers, entrepreneurs, artists, writers, humanitarians, religious and political leaders, and Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples

Stage 3

Australia as a Nation

Stories of groups of people who migrated to Australia (including from ONE Asian country) and the reasons they migrated, such as World War II and Australian migration programs since the war

 Stage 3

Australian Colonies

The impact of a significant development or event on a colony; for example, frontier conflict, the gold rushes, the Eureka Stockade, internal exploration, the advent of rail, the expansion of farming, drought

Stage 3

Australian Colonies

Reasons (economic, political and social) for the establishment of British colonies in Australia after 1800

The nature of convict or colonial presence, including the factors that influenced patterns of development, aspects of the daily life of inhabitants (including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples) and how the environment changed

Geography

Odd Year Term 1- Geography

Odd Years Term 2- Geography

Early Stage 1

People Live in Places

ATSI Places

  • Country and places important to ATSI people

Early Stage 1

People Live in Places

Locating Places

  • locating places on a map
  • describing location of places

Early Stage 1

People Live in Places

Important Places

  • Where I live
  • Special places

Early Stage 1

People Live in Places

Important Places

  • taking care of places

Early Stage 1

People Live in Places

ATSI Places

  • Country and places important to ATSI people

Early Stage 1

People Live in Places

Important Places

  • Where I live
  • Special places

Early Stage 1

People Live in Places

Locating Places

  • locating places on a map

describing location of places

Early Stage 1

People Live in Places

Important Places

  • taking care of places

Stage 1

Features of Place

Features of place

  • caring for places
  • natural features in Dreaming stories

Weather and Seasons

  • daily weather
  • ATSI seasonal calendar
  • how weather affect our activities

People and Places

Local and Global Connections

  • ATSI connection to land, sea and animals

Stage 1

People and Places

Australia’s location

  • description of Australia’s location

Stage 1

Features of Place

How Places are organised

  • activities
  • arrangements

Stage 1

People and Places

People’s Connection to Place

  • people’s connection and access to place

Stage 1

People and Places

Local and global connections

 Connections people have to local and global places

Stage 1

People and Places

Australian Places

  • personal, local, natural

Stage 2

Places are Similar and Different

Climate of Place

-        climate

-        weather

Australian Continent

  • Countries/place ATSI

The Earth’s Environment

Perception of Environment

  • value

Protection of Environment

  • custodial responsibility ATSI

Stage 2

 

Stage 2

The Earth’s Environment

Protection of

environments

- sustainability

Significance of Environments

  • natural vegetation
  • natural resources

Stage 2

Places are Similar and Different

Between Places

  • settlement
  • demographics

demographics

 Stage 2

Places are Similar and Different

Australia’s neighbours

-        natural and human features

-       comparison

The Earth’s Environment

Different environments

- compare the natural characteristics of Australia and an Asian country

 Stage 2

Places are Similar and Different

Perception and Protection of Place

  • sacred sites
  • - national parks
  • World Heritage sites

Stage 3

Factors that shape place

Environments shape places

-       climate

-       landform

Bushfire hazard

 

 

 

Stage 3

Diverse and Connected World

World’s cultural diversity

- cultural groups (CWA country of study)

Global Connections

-       trade

-       migration

-       tourism aid

Stage 3

Factors that shape place

Factors that change environments

- changing the natural environment

Humans shape place

- planning and sustinability

Stage 3

Diverse and Connected

World’s cultural diversity- cultural groups

(CWA country of study)

Connections shape perceptions- stereotypes 

 Stage 3

Diverse and Connected World

Diversity across Asia- geographical characteristics

 

 

Even Years

Odd Years

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Science

Odd Years Term 1- Science

Odd Years Term 1 Science

Working scientifically

Working technologically

Working scientifically

Working scientifically

Working scientifically

Working technologically

Working scientifically

Working technologically

Working technologically

Early Stage 1

Natural Environment

  • seasons
  • weather

Early Stage 1

Made

Environment

  • products, places and spaces

Early Stage 1

Made

Environment

  • materials

Early Stage 1

Natural Environment

  • living things
  • movement

Early Stage 1

Natural Environment

  • living things
  • seasons
  • weather

Early Stage 1

Natural Environment

  • movemen

Early Stage 1

Made

Environment

products, places and spaces

Early Stage 1

Made

Environment

  • materials

Stage 1

Natural Environment

Earth and Space

  • changes in the sky
  • Earth’s

resources

Stage 1

Made Environment

Built Environments

  • places and spaces in the local environment
  • purpose and design of places and spaces

Stage 1

Natural Environment

Material World

  • everyday materials can be changed and combined
  • Properties and purpose of materials

Stage 1

Natural Environment

Living World

  • external features of living things.
  • they grow, change and have offspring
  • they live where their needs are met

Stage 1

Working as a scientist

- experiments/investigations

Stage 1

Natural Environment

Physical World

  • light and sound
  • - push and pull

Stage 1

Made Environment

Products

local products

  • design and purpose of products

Stage 1

Made Environment

Information

  • range of information sources and technologies
  • purpose and design of information sources and design

Stage 2

Natural Environment

Earth and Space

  • tides
  • temperature
  • rainfall
  • wind
  • night and day

Stage 2

Made Environment

Built Environments

  • interaction with bulit environments
  • designing and construction built environments

Stage 2

Natural Environment

Material World

  • solid and liquids
  • natural and processed materials

Stage 2

Natural Environment

Living World

  • grouping living things
  • life cycles
  • environments

Stage 2

Working as a scientist

- experiments/investigations

Stage 2

Natural Environment

Physical World

  • heat
  • forces

Stage 2

Made Environment

Products

  • designing and producing products

- how people use products

Stage 2

Made Environment

Information

  • designing and producing information sources
  • - interacting with information sources
  • - factors to be considered

Stage 3

Natural Environment

Earth and Space

-       solar systems

-       natural disasters

 

Stage 3

Environment

Built environments

-        systems

-       social and environmental factors

Stage 3

Natural Environment

Material world

-       solid, liquid, gases

-       changes to materials

-        properties of materials

Stage 3

Natural Environment

Living World

-        features and adaptations

-        growth and survival

 

Stage 3

Working as a scientist

- experiments/investigations

Stage 3

Natural Environment

Physical world

-      electrical circuits

-       energy

-       light

 

Stage 3

Made Environment

Products

-        systems

-        social and environmental factors

Stage 3

Made Environment

Information

-        systems

-        social influence

Even Years

Odd Years

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

PDHPE

Early Stage 1

Odd Year Term 1- PDH

Odd years Term 1- PDH

Interacting

Games and Sport

Playing the Game

Active Lifestyle

Components of an Active Lifestyle

Effects of Physical Activity

Decision Making

Problem Solving

Personal Health Choices

Making Decisions

Nutrition

Health Services and Products

Drug use

Environmental Health

Preventative Measures

Decision Making

Safe Living

Personal

Home and Rural

School and Play

Road

Water

Emergency Procedures

Interacting

Communicating

Interpersonal Relationships

Relationships

Families

Peers

Groups

Communication

Communicating

Interacting

Growth and Development

Personal Development

The Body

Changes

Value

Interpersonal Relationships

Relationships

Families

Peers

Groups

Communication

Decision Making

Personal Health Choices

Making Decisions

Nutrition

Health Services and Products

Drug use

Environmental Health

Preventative Measures

Decision Making

Problem Solving

Safe Living

Personal

Home and Rural

School and Play

Road

Water

Emergency Procedures

Communicating

Interacting

Growth and Development

Personal Development

The Body

Changes

Stage 1-3

Odd Years Term 1- PDH

Odd Years Term 2- PDH

Interacting

Games and Sport

Playing the Game

Active Lifestyle

Components of an active lifestyle

Effects of Physical Activity

Decision Making

Problem Solving

Personal Health Choices

Making Decisions

Nutrition

Health Services and Products

Decision Making

Safe Living

Personal

Home and Rural

School and Play

Procedures

Cybersafety

Interacting

Communicating

Interpersonal Relationships

Families

Peers

Groups

Communicating

Interacting

Growth and Development

Personal Identity

Values

Interpersonal Relationships

Relationships

Communication

Decision Making

Problem Solving

Safe Living

Road

Water

Emergency Procedures

Cybersafety

Decision Making

Personal Health Choices

Drug use

Environmental Health

Preventative Measures

Communicating

Interacting

Growth and Development

The Body

Changes

Human Sexuality (St2-3)

Interpersonal Relationships

Families

Peers

Groups

Even Years

Odd Years

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Child Protection

Odd Years Term 1 Child Protection

Recognising abuse

Protection

Body Parts

Comfortable and uncomfortable feelings

Power in Relationships

Relationships

Rights and responsibilities

Caring for others

Protective strategies

Safety rules Networks

Saying NO Assertiveness

Prepared to GO

Recognising abuse (pp

Identifying safe and unsafe situations Physical abuse

Sexual abuse

Effects of abuse

Protective Strategies

Happy and unhappy secrets Telling

Persistence

My strategies

Power in Relationships

Privacy

Wanted and unwanted touching- permission Unwanted touch- saying NO

Gayle Pinn

Mulwala PS

Updated Feb 2016