New South Wales Stage 2-3 Human Society and its Environment curriculum framework and student outcomes

The Story of our Nation's Capital - A National Capital Exhibition Education Resource Kit has been designed to highlight relevant curriculum profiles for New South Wales, years 3-6.

Stage 2 - Human Society and its Environment

Strand Organiser Outcome Activity

Change and Continuity

Significant Events and People

CCS2.1 Describes events and actions related to the British colonisation of Australia and assesses changes and consequences.

Lovely Limestone

Dwellings

Cultures

Identities

CUS2.3 Explains how shared customs, practices, symbols, languages and traditions in communities contribute to Australian and community identities.

Mothy Mobile

Tool Time

Almighty Arch

Environments

Patterns of Place
and Location

ENS2.5 Describes places in the local area and other parts of Australia and explains their significance.

Mothy Mobile

Canberra Creation

Designer School

National Capitals
Worldwide

Stage 3 - Human Society and its Environment

Strand Organiser Outcome Activity

Change and Continuity

Significant Events and People

CCS3.1 Explains the significance of particular people, groups, places, actions and events in the past in developing Australian identities and heritage.

Location, Location

Yes Prime Minister

Walter Burley Griffin

Green Thumb

Time and Change

CCS3.2 Explains the development of the principles of Australian democracy.

Born Identity

Yes Prime Minister

Discover your National Capital

Cultures

Identities

CUS3.3 Describes different cultural influences and their contribution to Australian identities

Almighty Arch

What's in a Name?

Environments Patterns of Place and Location ENS13.5 Demonstrates an understanding of the interconnectedness between Australia and global environments. National Capitals Worldwide