Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies and Perspectives Teaching Rationale

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies and Perspectives Teaching Rationale by Mind Map: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies and Perspectives Teaching Rationale

1. Inclusion

1.1. Cultural Diversity

1.2. Special Needs Students

1.2.1. Gifted Students Students with Disabilities

1.3. Parent input and/or contribution

2. Collaboration

2.1. Collaborative Work Tasks

2.2. Group Work

2.3. Peer Collaboration

2.4. Student-Teacher Collaboration

3. Natural Environment

3.1. Sustainability

3.1.1. Individual and collaborative actions to improve sustainability

3.2. Science

3.2.1. Awareness of how Science contributes to sustainability

3.3. Aboriginal Histories

3.3.1. Awareness of what Indigenous Peoples know about particular plant life and its history

4. Indigenous History

4.1. Strong Communities

4.2. Identity

4.3. Traditions

4.4. Embed deeper knowledge into the curriculum

4.5. True Histories

5. Good Relationships

5.1. Student/Peer Collaboration

5.2. Teacher/Student Relationships and Understanding

5.3. Community Relationships

5.4. Parent Relationships

6. Academic Knowledge

6.1. Learning Outcomes

6.1.1. Sustainability Understanding effects of actions on plants Importance of water and water saving on the natural environment

6.1.2. Literacy skills Oral Language Writing Skills

6.1.3. Aboriginal Histories True Histories

6.1.4. Science Skills Cause and Effect Record Keeping Observation

6.1.5. Social Skills Collaboration

6.2. Curriculum Alignment

6.2.1. Learning Areas Science - ACSHE051 Science as a Human Endeavor Use and Influence of Science Science knowledge helps people to understand the effect of their actions Elaborations - Researching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples knowledge of the local natural environment, such as the characteristics of plants and animals English Language - ACELA1476 Literacy - ACELY1676

6.2.2. Cross-curriculum Priorities Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities maintain a special connection to and responsibility for Country/Place (Years 3 & 4) Sustainability World views that recognize the dependence of living things on healthy ecosystems, and value diversity and social justice, are essential for achieving sustainability (Years 3 & 4)

6.2.3. Student and Lesson Considerations Year 3 Class size - 20 students Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Students Lesson Plan Timeframe Over the course of 1 term Lesson Resources and Materials Lesson Rationale What How Why

7. Cultural Awareness

7.1. General Capabilities

7.1.1. Intercultural Understanding

7.1.2. Ethical Understanding

7.2. Cultural Diversity

7.2.1. Aware of Language Diversity

7.2.2. Aware of differences in cultural understandings and practices

7.3. Indigenous Awareness

7.3.1. Indigenous Knowledge

7.3.2. Indigenous Histories

7.3.3. True Histories

8. Language Diversity

8.1. Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander Languages

8.1.1. Indigenous Symbols

8.2. Other Cultures Languages

8.3. Special Needs Students - Communication

8.3.1. Hearing Impairment

8.3.2. Sight Impairment

8.3.3. Intellectual Disability

8.4. Switching Between Languages - Allow students to learn in their language then switch to Standard Australian English