This Secondary assembly pack, on the themes of remembrance, commemoration and peace, aims to help students reflect on the 2014 centenary of World War One. It suggests ways in which students can assess the impact of the war on history and also explore how remembrance, commemoration and peace have become part of national life in the UK and other countries. Each theme includes an assembly script for teachers, along with classroom ideas and suggestions for further research. There are media resources too, including image galleries, video clips and audio clips.
Six professional learning modules provide support to teachers for the implementation of Asia content into English and History in the Australian Curriculum at years 5–10. The modules are stand alone and teachers can choose their own entry points or use them in their entirety.
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Can geography save your life in case of, say, a zombie apocalypse? Understanding the push and pull factors that create geographic movement -- or how people, resources, and even ideas travel -- might help you determine the location that's best for survival. David Hunter playfully analyzes the geography skills that you'd need to escape the zombies.
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