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ABC Splash Primary - 0 views

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    Look out for Civics and Citizenship .....
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Year 5 and Year 6 How to run an election in Schools. - 0 views

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    This will be relevant to Year 5 and 6 units, in addition to leadership elections for upper primary.
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Year 6 Parliamentary Education Office - 0 views

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    Educating schools, students and teachers about parliament.
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    Programs, learning, teaching, multimedia, quick answers and resources.
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Year 6 Parliamentary Education Services - 2 views

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    Resources and Facts in relation to Legislative Assembly.
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Year 6 Parliament Student Workbook - 2 views

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    A Student guide to the Legislative Assembly, Northern Territory.
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Year 5 Democracy Rules - 1 views

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    Teacher Guide for the unit: Democracy Rules. The activities in this book use a three-stage inquiry approach to learning: 'Gathering information', 'Identifying and analysing' and 'Presenting findings'. Students are encouraged to develop understandings of key concepts through exploration and investigation. Where appropriate a linking stage, 'Making connections', is also included.
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Year 6 Australian Citizenship - 0 views

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    Australia Day is also an opportunity for all Australians to affirm their commitment to Australia by taking part in an Australian citizenship affirmation ceremony.
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Year 5 Documenting a Democracy - 0 views

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    MoADOPH in conjunction with the NAA presents 110 key documents that are the foundation of our nation.
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Year 5 A Brief History of Democracy - 0 views

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    In a democratic government, the people's views influence the laws and decisions made by the government. The development of democracy can be traced back to ancient times, particularly to ancient Greece. Please be aware that this information has been taken from the beginning of a secondary unit.
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Year 3 - 6 Democracy Units - 0 views

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    The Discovering Democracy Units are the electronic version of the Discovering Democracy Units books. The four books form part of the Discovering Democracy Kits distributed to all primary and secondary schools in 1998.
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Year 5 Voting and Belonging - The History of Voting - 1 views

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    This resource has an animated video clip that provides background information on the history of voting.
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Year 5 Local Government: Have Your Say? - 0 views

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    Imagine you are a member of your local council. An application for a permit to build a 24-hour petrol station with a fast food cafe has been received. You have to think about the information that has been given to Council, then vote for or against approval of the application.
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Year 6 Australians as Global Citizens - 0 views

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    This unit leads students through an exploration of the values and attitudes expected of a global citizen, and introduces them to human rights, the role of non-government aid organisations and to Australia's global citizenship in its region through its overseas aid programme. Students may work in groups, or explore different parts of the unit on their own. The different sections of the unit are self-contained, and can be used in various combinations.
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Year 5 - Voting, Choosing your Parliamentary Representatives - 1 views

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    This resources contains background information for teachers and students and is supported by activities and templates for students.
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Year 6 For the Good of All: Understanding the Common Good in Australian Democracy - 0 views

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    Some of these activities could be modified to support the Year 6 content descriptions.
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Year 5 Freedom Rides - 1 views

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    In 1965 a group of 30 Sydney University students made a 3,200 km bus trip to country towns in northern and western NSW, where Aboriginal children were not allowed to swim in the local swimming pool out of school hours...
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Year 3 Rules for Games, School and the Community Introduction Activity - 0 views

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    Print out the digital photographs. Ask students to write captions that explain the possible reasons for games having rules. Possible response could include the following. 'So it is fair for everyone.' 'So that everyone has fun.'
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Year 3 Rules for Games, School and the Community - 0 views

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    Activity using Six Thinking Hats
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Year 3 Rules for Games, School and the Community - 1 views

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    Students can play a matching game. Can students correctly match the place, the rule and the reason for the rule? Ask the students the following questions. Do some places in and around the school/local community have the same rules? Do some places in and around the school/local community have the special rules? Who made the rules for the places in and around the school/local community? What would happen if these places did not have rules?
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Teaching and Learning Activities for Middle School - 0 views

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    These activities both complement and extend the teaching and learning activities in the Discovering Democracy resources. The teaching and learning activities for civics and citizenship education are organised by year levels from lower primary to upper secondary. The activities have been aligned to the Australian Curriculum for History and English learning areas and the General capabilities and Cross-curriculum priorities. There are also links to online interactives from external sources.
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