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Learning Experience Eleven

Learning Objective/s

Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority

Australian Curriculum


LS 6 (I) - Identify different purposes for listening and speaking, select and
modify text structures and language features for the chosen content and
context.

LS 6 (iii) - Communicate to: interpret and evaluate information relevant to
opinions, clarify, question and extend ideas, develop arguments, interrogate
ideas and information, interpret and analyse learning area language and
identify subjective (exemplifying speakers thinking), objective (information
and ideas based on fact), evaluative language and bias.

LS 6 (v) - Use interaction and communication skills to contribute to informal
debates and discussions by: interrogating and analysing ideas, evaluating
information and comparing solutions, repairing breakdowns in discussion and
offering explanations and describing processes.

WC 6 (vi) - Use words and word groups including: noun groups, phrases and
adjectives to create effective, detailed and accurate descriptions, adverbs and
phrases to show time, place and cause and verbs and adverbs to intensify
meanings, expand and sharpen ideas.

Understand that strategies for interaction become more complex and
demanding as levels of formality and social distance increase (ACELA1516).

Understand the uses of objective and subjective language and bias
(ACELA1517).

Participate in and contribute to discussions, clarifying and interrogating
ideas, developing and supporting arguments, sharing and evaluating
information, experiences and opinions (ACELY1709).

Use historical terms and concepts (ACHHS118).

Identify questions to inform an historical inquiry (ACHHS119).



Classroom Organisation


Assessment

Differentiation/Adjustments

- Direct instruction.
- Class brainstorm.
- Independent work.
- Class discussion and
Reflection.

Formative Assessment: Questioning, class discussion and
whole class reflection will assist with the assessment of
understanding, while the collection of students questions
will facilitate with assessing student achievement and
comprehension of topic.


- Guided with explanations and modelling.
- Visual representations.
- Provided examples.
- Body language and hand gestures.
- Additional support and assistance; utilising
caregivers.

Learning Experience Sequence


Learning Experience Duration:
60 Minutes

- 5 Minutes: Educator is to refer to previous lesson (Learning Experience Ten), reiterating that students will
preparing for the final assessment piece, by utilising a variety of resources to explore the chosen component from
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures.
- 5 Minutes: Next, Educator is to introduce lesson content; explaining that an Indigenous Elder will be joining the
class to answer questions that students may have in relation to their topic. Animated video is then to be shown
referencing the different types of questions (Resource Eleven, Section A).
- 20 Minutes: Class brainstorm will then commence, focusing on the use of historical terms and concepts and the
identification of questions to inform historical inquiry (Resource Eleven, Section B). During this time, Educator is to
add responses to the Word Wall and Gen Board, to further assist students throughout unit duration, while
providing example questions (Resource Eleven, Section C).
- 20 Minutes: Students will then be provided with the opportunity to commence planning, drafting and publishing
of their own questions to ask the elder. Educator and caregiver/s are to observe students, providing additional
support when required.
- 10 Minutes: Students will present their question to the class, prompting class discussion and reflection of learning
experience.