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# Curriculum Resources

Curriculum Resources for the Australian classroom
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## Tables, graphs and variables - Resources - TES Australia

A worksheet to help students learn the difference between a table and a graph. Students learn to identify independent and dependent variables.
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## Treasure Hunt - Writing Equations - Resources - TES Australia

Students practise reading and understanding word problems, by completing the first step in solving a problem writing an equation. As students write the equation they 'hunt' for the answer. Students could then solve the problems.
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## You Be The Judge - Drug Trafficking - Resources - TES Australia

You be the Judge is designed for VCE Legal Studies in Victorian schools. It provides an engaging way for students to discuss, consider and apply the principles of sentencing. Students will be required to weigh and balance the same factors in sentencing that judges do, and so learn about how the boundaries of the law, current sentencing practices and community values affect criminal sentencing in Victoria. This case study focuses on drug trafficking.
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## Short Film Analysis Powerpoint - Resources - TES Australia

Powerpoint lesson focused on short-film analysis - provides key details necessary for analysing key aspects of short films.
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AdLit.org offers resources (articles, research, teaching strategies, book recommendations) for parents and educators of struggling adolescent readers and writers.
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## 7 Fabulous Apps for Teaching Fractions

Currently FREE  – Fractions by Brainingcamp, an excellent educational app for teaching fractions. The app covers 7 topics: introduction to fractions, equivalent fractions, common denominators, comp...

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## SCOOTLE in the Classroom | Resources to support the Australian Curriculum

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## The Research Safari

The Research Safari
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## How the heart actually pumps blood - Edmond Hui

For most of history, scientists weren’t quite sure why our hearts were
beating or even what purpose they served. Eventually, we realized that
these thumping organs serve the vital task of pumping clean blood
throughout the body. But how? Edmond Hui investigates how it all works
by taking a closer look at the heart’s highly efficient ventricle
system.
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## Annotation and Critical analysis - Resources - TES Australia

Powerpoint presentations on Annotation and Critical analysis.
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Year 11 / Visual Arts / The Frames (94)Year 11 / Visual Arts / Artmaking, Art Criticism and Art History / Art criticism and art history (614)Year 12 / Visual Arts / The Frames (84)Year 12 / Visual Arts / Artmaking, Art Criticism and Art History / Art criticism and art history (581)
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## Popular Baby Names | New South Wales Government

A fun way to browse through the top 1200 baby names in NSW.
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Website can be utilised as teching examples for history, graphs and timelines

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Topics list for the explore grade landing page.
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TeachUNICEF is a portfolio of global education teacher resources designed and collected by the U.S. Fund for UNICEF’s Education Department for teachers, afterschool instructors, and parents. The units, lesson plans, stories, videos and multimedia cover topics ranging from the Millennium Development Goals to poverty and water and sanitation. read more

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## Delivering water | Global Education

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Year level: 9-10Issue: Water and sanitation

Students calculate their own water use and the water use, distances and surface areas involved in accessing water and volumes of various water storage containers for people in developing countries

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## The Human Digestive System Worksheet - Resources - TES Australia

This resource is a worksheet I created and used for my lower level students to complete, after a pig pluck dissection. It involves labelling a human body, answering multiple choice questions and completing a cloze passage about how the food travels through the digestive system. I found it really useful as a piece of formative assessment about the digestive system and adaptable for my higher level students!!!
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## Young Leaders - Resources - TES Australia

Now what do you think makes a great leader? Is it in the way they talk? The way they walk? Or is it just about what they do? This week, Matt caught up with some young leaders to find out what they think a successful leader looks like. Here's what they said.
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## Functions - Trigonometric functions - Resources - TES Australia

In this module, we will revise the basics of triangle trigonometry, including the sine and cosine rules, and angles of any magnitude.

We will then look at trigonometric expansions, which will be very important in the later module The calculus of trigonometric functions. All this is best done, initially, using angles measured in degrees, since most students are more comfortable with these units.

We then introduce radian measure, which is a natural way of measuring angles using arc length.
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## Dystopian Literature - Resources - TES Australia

This is an expanded presentation of a power point I found on this site. It defines dystopia, introduces The Handmaid's Tale and other dystopian fiction, and leads to a discussion of parallels between Atwood's world and our own.
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## Augmented Reality Simply Explained for Students ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

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For more resources on Advanced Manufacturing and STEM Education visit http://bit.ly/1640Tbl

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## City of Rome: Gladiators - Resources - TES Australia

Presentation discussing the ethical and social implications of the role of Gladiators in Roman society. Could be used as the basis for a debate.
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## PEEL ANCHOR CHART

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## The fundamentals of space-time: Part 3 - Andrew Pontzen and Tom Whyntie

In the first two lessons of this series on space-time, we've dealt with
objects moving at constant speeds, with straight world lines, in
space-time. But what happens when you throw gravity into the mix? In
this third and final lesson, CERN scientists Andrew Pontzen and Tom
Whyntie explore what gravity means for space-time -- or rather, what
space-time means for gravity.
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## Aboriginal and European influences in the Coorong - Resources - TES Australia

Study 3 has a focus on Aboriginal people impacted by European settlement. It introduces the sustainable lifestyle of Tangani Aboriginal people. Through map, photograph, written text students can gain some understanding of European impacts. Questions are set to allow students to debate issues and asses changes. The final pages lists possibilities for further Coorong studies. Fits ACHGE006 ACHGE022 ACHGE021 ACHGE027.
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Year 10 / Aboriginal Studies / Aboriginal Technologies and the Environment / Impact of historical factors (1)Year 11 / Aboriginal Studies / Aboriginality and the Land / Dispossession and dislocation(2)
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## Science Friday

Science, technology, and other cool stuff from the folks behind public radio's Science Friday. It's brain fun, for curious people.
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## Welcome | Arts : Live

Engage your students to create, share and respond in all five art forms
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## Measuring Millennium Development Goals progress | Global Education

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Measuring      MDG progress Years 7–8 mathematics students use real-world data      from the Millennium Development Goals targets and indicators. They      calculate fractions, decimals, percentages and ratios to determine      progress.
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