This scoop.it aims to gather appropriate resources to use in a stage 3 classroom, about the Great Barrier Reef, a natural world heritage site. The outcomes addressed through the resources and activities include, ENS3.5 and ENS3.6, addressing the environment section of the HSIE syllabus. It aims to provide relevant resources from an Aboriginal Australian perspective and a global perspective, addressing the topic from all dimensions so as to provide students with an holistic view. This scoop.it aims to provide a critique and teaching idea for all resources, while evaluating its effectiveness for primary teachers to utilise in the classroom, making lessons more meaningful.
Australia's most remarkable natural gift, the Great Barrier Reef is blessed with the breathtaking beauty of the world's largest coral reef, impressive coral cays, literally hundreds of picturesque tropical islands and some of the worlds most...
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