South Australian Society and 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 South Australian Middle Years Band towards the end of years 4-6.

Standard 2 - Society and Environment

Strand Learning outcomes Indicators Activity

Time, continuity and change

2.1 Examines information from a range of sources about people in different periods of time and places in Australia, and interprets them in relation to historical events.

researches different aspects or topics from times past in Australia

identifies primary and secondary electronic sources of information for particular topics

Dwellings

Walter Burley Griffin

Yes Prime Minister

2.2 Describes and records ages and sequences using timelines, calendars and flow-charts to present historical information.

researches cooperatively in groups or teams, to determine some key historical events in Australia since 1788

presents information from times past in text and diagrammatically

What's in a Name?

Walter Burley Griffin

Yes Prime Minister

3.3 Analyses aspects of people's lives and heritages in relation to broader social issues and events, and imagines future possibilities.

analyses and communicates how personal histories can be linked with particular events and/or broader social events

Location, Location

Walter Burley Griffin

Born Identity

Standard 3 - Society and Environment

Strand Learning outcomes Indicators Activity

Time, continuity and change

3.1 Identifies and explains sequences of change that have occurred in Australia over time, and recognises various perspectives on events.

researches, writes about and illustrates aspects of Australian people's lives that have changed from the past to the present and predicts future changes

analyse and reports on the ways that change has occurred over 100, 200 and more years

Mothy Mobile

Dwellings

A Stitch in Time

Almighty Arch

Tool Time

3.2 Researches and discusses the importance of understanding events and ways of life of some past periods, using primary and secondary sources.

views, evaluates and reports on relevant issues relating to a chosen topic

Yes Prime Minister

Walter Burley Griffin

Location, Location

National Capitals Worldwide

3.3 Analyse different views about the use and care of Australian places.

describe Australian places and how they are used by people

Designer School

Discover your National Capital

Greetings from Canberra

Canberra Creation