Full unit of work of Liveability topic for the year 7 Australian Geography Curriculum. Contains lesson PowerPoints, worksheets, fieldwork task And final unit task with rubric.
8 x PowerPoint lessons used for 72min periods (can be further changed to accommodate different period times).
11 x worksheets (class tasks and homework tasks).
1 field work task.
1 end of unit project (A.V.D) with Ausvels rubric.
Teacher notes and sample student work
Lesson plan summary overview sheet, as well as direct correlation to Australian curriculum standards each lesson aims to cover.
A range of activities and tasks to suit different learning styles, as well as a mix of individual and group tasks.
Each lesson contains clear learning objectives (aims for the lesson outcomes) and success criteria (criteria students will need to demonstrate in order for the lesson to be successful).
Lesson 1: Introduction to different perceptions of liveability
Lesson 2: Continuing to explore definition of liveability
Lesson 3: Introducing and exploring factors of liveability
Lesson 4: Examining the liveability of our suburbs using factors influencing liveability
Lesson 5: Examining urban, rural and remote living
Lesson 6: Investigating the advantages and disadvantages of urban, rural and remote living
Lesson 7: Comparing the liveability quality of Australia to other places across the globe
Lesson 8: Examining strategies used to improve liveability (reference to MDG’s)
Key skill focusses:
-Content knowledge and understanding
- Locating, Recording and Interpreting Data
- Reviewing and consolidating, making predictions
-Annotation skills, summaries
- Compare and Contrast of places across the globe
Correlated to AusVELS as best as it can be until full Australian curriculum is confirmed and released for geography. It is a word document, so can be altered once everything is confirmed.