ASSESSMENT: Knowledge & Understanding will be assessed by:
  Task/Proposed Assessment Strategies: Lesson Number K&U and HSS Skills Link(s)
Diagnostic I will ask questions at the start of the lesson to evaluate the learner’s understanding before teaching. The word wall activity at the end of the lesson will also allow for the evaluation of content understanding. Students who can place the correct words on the boards will receive applause from the rest of the class. Those who demonstrate weakness in the activity will be reminded by neighboring countries’ class names at the end of the activity.  1 ACHASS 066 ACHASS 067 ACHASS 068 ACHASS 069
Que & Res ✓☐ Analysis Evaluating Com & Ref
Summative Assessments through micro-presentations. Feedback will be provided through the one-minute preceptor strategy 2 ACHASS 066 ACHASS 067 ACHASS 068 ACHASS 069
Que & Res Analysis Evaluating ☐✓ Com & Ref ✓☐
Summative             Formative   Content learnt will be evaluated using the conclusion activities (“Humanities And Social Sciences – Geography,” 2018). Feedback will be provided through the one-minute preceptor strategy Through exit  tests, learners comprehension will be evaluated. Points misunderstood will be re-explained  while those that are  well understood will be reinforced. 3,.5 & 6             4 ACHASS 066 ACHASS 067 ACHASS 068 ACHASS 069
Que & Res          Que & Res ☐✓ Analysis      Evaluating ✓☐ Com & Ref
Lesson Activities Summary Assessment
1 Specific Learning Outcome(s) Diagnostic Formative Summative
By the end of this lesson, each student will identify different countries that are close to Australia. At the end of the lesson, individual students will locate Australian neighbors on the world map.
Introduction
Use brainstorming to introduce the students to the lesson. Ask the following questions: Did you know that the same way we have neighbors at home, our country, Australia also has neighbors? What countries do think is close to Australia? (10 mins)
Main Body
Group activity: ask the students to identify countries close to Australia. These countries include Fiji, Solomon Islands, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, and Timor Leste. (10 mins) Mapping Activity: Individual students will be provided with a blank map of Australia and South East Asia. The students will have to identify and color countries neighboring Australia. The students will also name the neighboring countries identified. (15 mins) Think Pair Activity: The students will name countries neighboring Australia to their partner and locate the countries on the world map. (15 mins)
Conclusion
Word Wall: each student will place a name of a country neighboring Australia on the Wall. (5 mins) Recap: Remind the students that even countries have neighbors and rename the Australian neighbors while pointing them out on the world map.(5 mins)
Differentiation
In the group activities, I will group the students according to their learning abilities. Through this strategy, fast learners will work together while moderate learners work together.
Learning Resources
World map Blank map
HSS Geography Knowledge & Understanding and HSS Skills in this lesson K&U and HSS Skills Assessed in this lesson
ACCHASS066 ACCHASS066 ACCHASS067 ACCHASS068 ACCHASS069 066 066 067 068 069
Questioning &Researching  Analyzing Evaluating Communicating  & Reflecting Q&R Ana Eva C&R
Achievement Standard 1 ✓☐ 2 ☐✓ 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ☐✓ 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
General Capabilities Literacy Numeracy ☐✓ ICT Critical/Creative Thinking ☐✓ Personal & Social Capability Ethical Understanding Intercultural Understanding
Cross-Curriculum Priorities Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander histories & cultures Asia & Australia’s engagement with Asia Sustainability ☐✓
Lesson Activities Summary Assessment 
2 Specific Learning Outcome(s) Diagnostic Formative Summative  
By the end of this lesson, the students will identify the unique natural characteristics found in countries neighboring Australia. At the end of the lesson, each student will recognize the similarities and differences between Australia and its neighbors. 
Introduction  
Distribute pictures of different physical features in Australia to the students and have them name the features they see. Ask the students to name more physical elements found in Australia. (7 mins) 
Main Body 
Brainstorming Activity: Do you think features like rivers, lakes, and hills are also present in Australia’s neighbors. (15 mins) What activities do you think people in countries close to Australia conduct? Watching Activity: Explain to the students that it is important to learn how people who live in countries neighboringAustralia live. Play short video clips of Living in Indonesia ( 6mins).  Think Pair Activity: Have the students tell their partners what physical features they noticed in the short clips? After identifying the features, each student will then identify whether the feature is also found in Australia or unique to the neighboring country. (10 mins). Writing Activity:Each student will select a neighboring country, and in the manila papers provided, they will write down the country’s physical features. ( 15 mins)   
Conclusion  
Micro-Presentations: Give each student 1 min to explain to the class what they learned about the physical features of countries neighboring Australia.  (7 mins) 
Differentiation 
Although the students  will select their partners for the think pair activity, I will  ensure the pairs are diverse and represent the different learning abilities. 
Learning Resources 
Pictures of different physical features in Australia(Mamantov, n.d.; Unsplash, n.d.) Life in Indonesia Video Printablles of the manila worksheets (The location of Australia’s neighbouring countries and the diverse characteristics of their places, n.d.) 
HSS Geography Knowledge & Understanding and HSS Skills in this lesson K&U and HSS Skills Assessed in this lesson 
ACCHASS066 ACCHASS066 ACCHASS067 ACCHASS068 ACCHASS069 066 ✓066 067 068 069 
Questioning &Researching  Analyzing Evaluating Communicating  & Reflecting Q&R Ana Eva C&R 
Achievement Standard 1 ☐✓ 2 ☐✓ 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ☐✓ 12 ☐✓ 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
General Capabilities Literacy Numeracy ICT Critical/Creative Thinking ☐✓ Personal & Social Capability Ethical Understanding Intercultural Understanding
Cross-Curriculum Priorities Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander histories & cultures Asia & Australia’s engagement with Asia Sustainability
Lesson Activities Summary Assessment
3 Specific Learning Outcome(s) Diagnostic Formative Summative
By the end of this lesson, students will identify and elaborate on Australia’s neighbors’ different human features. The students should also identify how these features differ from those of Australian people.
Introduction
Introduce the class through mini-presentations, where each student discusses how they envision their life if they lived in one of the countries neighboring Australia.  (20mins)
Main Body
Think Pair Activity: Students will explain to their partners what activities they think individuals in neighboring activities engage in. Encourage the student pairs to develop questions for a guest speaker. (15 mins) Brainstorming Activity: Pose the following question: what do people living in countries neighboring Australia look like? What are their race, religion, language, social-economic status, and political stance? (10 mins) Guest Presentation: Request a colleague who used to live in New Zealand to explain how life in Australia is different from that of New Zealand.  (10 mins)
Conclusion
Whip around Activity: Each student will get 30 seconds to tell the class of a human feature fact they have learned about Australia or New Zealand. (5 mins)
Differentiation
Although the students  will select their partners for the think pair activity, I will  ensure the pairs are diverse and represent the different learning abilities.
Learning Resources
Colleague guest speaker
HSS Geography Knowledge & Understanding and HSS Skills in this lesson K&U and HSS Skills Assessed in this lesson
ACCHASS066 ACCHASS066 ACCHASS067 ACCHASS068 ACCHASS069 066 066 067 068 069
Questioning & Researching Analyzing Evaluating Communicating  & Reflecting Q&R Ana Eva C&R
Achievement Standard 1 ✓☐ 2 ✓☐ 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
General Capabilities Literacy Numeracy ICT Critical/Creative Thinking ☐✓ Personal & Social Capability Ethical Understanding Intercultural Understanding ☐✓
Cross-Curriculum Priorities Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander histories & cultures Asia & Australia’s engagement with Asia Sustainability ☐✓
Lesson Activities Summary Assessment
4 Specific Learning Outcome(s) Diagnostic Formative Summative
By the end of this lesson, each student will explain what natural physical and human features entail and examples of these features in Australia.
Introduction
The students will watch the video; Natural wonders of Australia (3min)
Main Body
Think Pair Activity: The students will identify the natural features that were present in the video. (10 mins) Reflective Photography: Students will observe several photos of Australian citizens from different locations. The students will then write down the demographic factors such as race and sex they infer from the photos. (10 mins) Brainstorming: I will pose the following questions: Are the physical features we identified earlier present in Australia’s regions? What economic activities do most Australians engage in? Are these activities carried out in all regions?  What economic activity does your parent/ guardian conduct?(15 mins)
Conclusion
Each student will identify three interesting things they learned and write them in a place card. (10 mins)
Differentiation
15 minutes before the lesson is over use exit tickets to evaluate the students level of comprehension
Learning Resources
Photographs of Australian Citizens Natural Wonders of Australia Video (The Greenery, 2016)
HSS Geography Knowledge & Understanding and HSS Skills in this lesson K&U and HSS Skills Assessed in this lesson
ACCHASS066 ACCHASS066 ACCHASS067 ACCHASS068 ACCHASS069 066 066 067 068 069
Questioning &Researching  Analysing Evaluating Communicating  & Reflecting Q&R Ana Eva C&R
Achievement Standard 1 ☐✓ 2 ☐✓ 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ☐✓ 11 12 13 ☐✓ 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
General Capabilities Literacy Numeracy ICT Critical/Creative Thinking ☐✓ Personal & Social Capability Ethical Understanding Intercultural Understanding
Cross-Curriculum Priorities Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander histories & cultures Asia & Australia’s engagement with Asia Sustainability
Lesson Activities Summary Assessment
5 Specific Learning Outcome(s) Diagnostic Formative Summative
By the end of this lesson, each student will identify how Australia’s social-economic activities differ or resemble those conducted in neighboring countries. At the end of the lesson, the students will explain to the class how family life in Australia is different or similar to that of neighboring countries.
Introduction
The class will start with students watching the video: Growing up in New Zealand. (5  mins)
Main Body
Think Pair Activity: The students will explain to their partner what activities the children in the video do they also engage in. (15 mins) Writing activity: Each student will fill a table that identifies common family activities in New Zealand Families and common in their Australian Families.(15 mins) Brainstorming: From the discussion of economic activities, I will ask: What economic activities are conducted in countries neighboring Australia? Are these activities similar to those conducted in Australia? Other than the activitieswe’ve discussed, what other activities do you think are conducted in the neighboring countries? (15 mins
Conclusion
Oral Review:In the lesson’s last five minutes, I will ask the students what they have learnt. For feedback, I will give a thumbs up for points clearly understood, thumbs down for incorrect points, andsideways thumb for a slightly misunderstood point.  (150mins)
Differentiation
Ensure that all students actively participate in the brain storming activity . To achieve this goals , I will ensure a student is giving an idea, all the others listening. Besides, more explanation time will be allocated to students who find it difficult to express their ideas.
Learning Resources
Growing up in  New Zealand Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQ_zEOal8n8
HSS Geography Knowledge & Understanding and HSS Skills in this lesson K&U and HSS Skills Assessed in this lesson
ACCHASS066 ACCHASS066 ACCHASS067 ACCHASS068 ACCHASS069 066 066 06✓7 068 069
Questioning &Researching  Analyzing Evaluating Communicating  & Reflecting Q&R Ana Eva C&R
Achievement Standard 1 ☐✓ 2 ☐✓ 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ✓☐ 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
General Capabilities Literacy Numeracy ICT Critical/Creative Thinking Personal & Social Capability Ethical Understanding Intercultural Understanding
Cross-Curriculum Priorities Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander histories & cultures Asia & Australia’s engagement with Asia Sustainability ☐✓
Lesson Activities Summary Assessment
6 Specific Learning Outcome(s) Diagnostic Formative Summative
By the end of this lesson, students will explain what they found out regarding the education system of countries neighboring Australia.
Introduction
Several photographs of children learning in Papua New Guinea will be distributed to the students for analysis. (10 mins)
Main Body
Reflective Photography: Each student will observe the photos and list down the children’s learning activities in the photos. (10 mins) Thinking Pair Activity: Every student will inform their partner how they would feel if they attended school in Papua New Guinea. (10 mins) Whip Up Activity: Each student will tell the class two differences in how they learn and how the children in the photo learn.  (15mins)
Conclusion
Performance Corrections: Every student pair will engage in a role-play activity where they will restate the facts they have learned. In case one student makes an error, their partner will correct with. (15 mins)
Differentiation
Although the students  will select their partners for the think pair activity, I will  ensure the pairs are diverse and represent the different learning abilities.
Learning Resources
Photograph of children learning in Papua New Guinea. (Limited, 2008;
HSS Geography Knowledge & Understanding and HSS Skills in this lesson K&U and HSS Skills Assessed in this lesson
ACCHASS066 ACCHASS066 ACCHASS067 ACCHASS068 ACCHASS069 066 066 067 068 069
Questioning &Researching  Analyzing Evaluating Communicating  & Reflecting Q&R Ana Eva C&R
Achievement Standard 1 ✓☐ 2 ✓☐ 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 ✓☐ 15 16 ✓☐ 17 18 19 20 21 22
General Capabilities Literacy Numeracy ICT Critical/Creative Thinking Personal & Social Capability Ethical Understanding ☐✓ Intercultural Understanding ☐✓
Cross-Curriculum Priorities Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander histories & cultures Asia & Australia’s engagement with Asia ☐✓ Sustainability
References (Full APA references for all resources referred to in your program)
Lesson 1 Atlas – Free Large Images | World map printable, World map wallpaper, World atlas map. Pinterest. (2020). Retrieved 3 October 2020, from https://www.pinterest.com/pin/187251296984686549/?nic_v2=1a7tMESIo.   Australia Printable, Blank Maps, Outline Maps • Royalty Free. Freeusandworldmaps.com. Retrieved 3 October 2020, from http://www.freeusandworldmaps.com/html/Countries/Asia%20Countries/AustraliaPrint.html.
Lesson 2 Photography, R. (2018). Village Life in Indonesia (Video). Retrieved 3 October 2020, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVDQjOq2xSs.   Mamantov, I. 500+ Best Australia images | Australia, beautiful places, Australia travel. Pinterest. Retrieved 3 October 2020, from https://www.pinterest.com/igori/australia/.   Unsplash. 500+ Australia Pictures | Download Free Images on Unsplash. Unsplash.com. Retrieved 3 October 2020, from https://unsplash.com/s/photos/australia.   Twinkl.com.au. n.d. The Location Of Australia’S Neighbouring Countries And The Diverse Characteristics Of Their Places.

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Lesson 3

N/A

Lesson 4

The Greenery. (2016). Wonders of Australia (Video). Retrieved 3 October 2020, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDTtniyLpqI.

Autostock. 60+ Best Multicultural Australia images | cultural diversity, multicultural, Australia. Pinterest. Retrieved 3 October 2020, from https://www.pinterest.com.au/austockphoto/multicultural-australia/.

Lesson 5

Growing Up in New Zealand. (2020). Growing Up in New Zealand – Meet our families (Video). Retrieved 3 October 2020, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQ_zEOal8n8.

Lesson 6

Limited, A. (2008). Stock Photo – Children during class, elementary school, Goroka, Papua New Guinea, Melanesia. Alamy. Retrieved 3 October 2020, from https://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-children-during-class-elementary-school-goroka-papua-new-guinea-melanesia-18342968.html?pv=1&stamp=2&imageid=7E99C2E9-2DFB-453C-96.

Limited, A. Stock Photo – Group of Indonesian kids wearing their school uniforms. Photo taken in front of Jayapura central mosque, West Papua, Indonesia. Alamy. Retrieved 3 October 2020, from https://www.alamy.com/group-of-indonesian-kids-wearing-their-school-uniforms-photo-taken-image7957509.html?pv=1&stamp=2&imageid=2F8529BB-54C7-46DD-AC93-3F603D80A2.

Assessment

HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES – GEOGRAPHY. K10outline.scsa.wa.edu.au. (2018). Retrieved 3 October 2020, from https://k10outline.scsa.wa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0007/505375/Humanities-and-Social-Sciences-Geography-Year-3-Sample-Teaching-and-Learning-Outline2.PDF.

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