Global Projects

A Week in the Life

Years 5-6

Week in the life

The curriculum focus is interdisciplinary, including concepts for how we live, how we communicate, cultural understanding and global awareness.

The aim of the project is holistic and fosters collaborative learning. It joins Elementary/Primary School classrooms globally with a view to exploring what life is like in each country through discussion, sharing and collecting multimedia to create final products together. These are then compared and contrasted and become the focus of further inquiry-based educational activities during and after the global project.

Learning Areas

F-2

Please note this Global Project supports 3-6 Learning Areas.

3-4

The Arts

Use voice and instruments to sing, play and arrange music from different cultures, times and locations, and improvise and compose music in different forms (VCAMUM026)

English

Discuss texts in which characters, events and settings are portrayed in different ways, and speculate on the authors’ reasons (VCELT274)

Health and Physical Education

Describe factors that can positively influence relationships and personal wellbeing (VCHPEP092)

Geography

Main climates of the world and the similarities and differences between the climates of different places (VCGGK081)

Similarities and differences in individuals’ and groups’ feelings and perceptions about places, and how they influence views about the protection of these places (VCGGK083)

Similarities and differences between places in terms of their type of settlement, demographic characteristics and the lives of the people who live there (VCGGK084)

Design and Technologies

Plan a sequence of production steps when making designed solutions (VCDSCD032)

Digital Technologies

Individually and with others, plan, create and communicate ideas and information safely, applying agreed ethical and social protocols (VCDTDI022)

Intercultural Capability

Compare their own and others cultural practices, showing how these may influence the ways people relate to each other (VCICCB005)

Describe what they have learnt about themselves and others from intercultural experiences including a critical perspective on and respect for their own and others cultures (VCICCB006)

Explain the role of cultural traditions in the development of personal, group and national identities (VCICCD007)

Identify how understandings between culturally diverse groups can be encouraged and achieved (VCICCD008)

Personal and Social Capability

Examine the similarities and differences between individuals and groups based on factors such as sex, age, ability, language, culture and religion (VCPSCSO020)

Describe the ways in which similarities and differences can affect relationships (VCPSCSO021)

5-6

The Arts

Explain how the elements of dance and production elements communicate ideas in dances from different contexts they make, perform and view (VCADAR032)

Explain how aspects of the elements of music are combined to communicate ideas, concepts and feelings by comparing music from different cultures, times and locations (VCAMUR032)

Identify and describe how ideas are expressed in artworks by comparing artworks from different contemporary, historical and cultural contexts (VCAVAR032)

English

Make connections between own experiences and those of characters and events represented in texts drawn from different historical, social and cultural contexts (VCELT365)

Health and Physical Education

Investigate how celebrating similarities and differences can strengthen communities (VCHPEP114)

Geography

Describe and explain interconnections within places and between places, and the effects of these interconnections (VCGGC087)

Differences in the demographic, economic, social and cultural characteristics of countries across the world (VCGGK093)

Environmental and human influences on the location and characteristics of places and the management of spaces within them (VCGGK096)

History

The stories and perspectives of people who migrated to Australia, including from one Asian country, and the reasons they migrated (VCHHK095)

Digital Technologies

Plan, create and communicate ideas, information and online collaborative projects, applying agreed ethical, social and technical protocols (VCDTDI029)

Intercultural Capability

Analyse how aspects of their own and others lifestyle, behaviour, attitudes and beliefs can be culturally influenced (VCICCB009)

Explain how intercultural experiences can influence beliefs and behaviours, including developing a critical perspective on and respect for their own and others cultures (VCICCB010)

Identify barriers to and means of reaching understandings within and between culturally diverse groups (VCICCD011)

Examine and discuss the variety of ways in which people understand and appreciate differing cultural values and perspectives, and the things which promote or inhibit effective engagement with diverse cultural groups (VCICCD012)

Personal and Social Capability

Explore and discuss behaviours that demonstrate sensitivity to individual, social and cultural differences (VCPSCSO029)

Define and recognise examples of stereotypes, discrimination and prejudice and discuss how they impact on the individual (VCPSCSO030)

7-8

Please note this Global Project supports 3-6 Learning Areas.

9-10

Please note this Global Project supports 3-6 Learning Areas.

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