Suitable for Australian Curriculum (AusVELS) and (Victorian Curriculum Standards). The Great Barrier Reef case study places the seven themes of geography (SPICESS: Space, Place, Interconnection, Change, Environment, Sustainability and Scale) into a
Student's choose one of Australia's unique and iconic landforms or landscapes. This includes, but is not limited to;- The Great Barrier Reef, Jenolan caves, Jim Jim falls, Kata Tjuta, Lake Eyre, Mt Kosciuszko, Nullarbor Plain,The pinnacles, Three
Australian Geography mapping task. A3 map of Australia is included. Students are provided with 10 unique and diverse Australian landscapes, which they need to locate on their A3 map. The task also includes labelling major oceans and four major
Curriculum context: Australian curriculum for Geography.
Investigating water scarcity.
- Do All Countries Have Equal Access to Water?
Student create a graph to compare average water consumption among a variety of countries.
- Investigate how
A fun and interactive way for students to learn about Ancient China. This web quest takes students on a journey of significant inventions and developments throughout Ancient China.
Each question comes with a web link for easy access to reading.
Pompeii: Garden of Fugitives
Students take the role of history detectives and examine primary and secondary evidence from the past.
Students investigate the ancient relic city of Pompeii. They will investigate the thirteen members of the ‘Garden of
Ideal Introduction to Ancient Rome:
Take a tour of ancient Rome (Khan Academy Web link included) and have students observe the sights and explore the wonder of this ancient city. After their tour students continue to explore other important aspects
Students identify the 3 most important Ancient Roman & Ancient Chinese inventions.
Describe these 3 innovations/inventions, and what they were used for
Explain the significance of these innovations/inventions to the life of their Ancient
Student's apply their financial knowledge and skills to provide an extreme financial makeover for a student with a part time job by finding the best deals, providing appropriate financial advice and preparing a budget.
- Student's responses to
A list of research tasks for Year 9 Economics & Business, Unit 1: Resource Allocation and Making Choices (Australia's Economy locally and in a global context).
Differentiated Assessment Rubric written for Vic Curriculum and Australian