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Assignment 2B Exemplar - Unit Code EDU40011 TP3 2020/21 This exemplar is to be used as a guide to direct you on your assessment. In order to maintain your academic integrity, you should not copy the exemplar in whole or in part. A high TurnItIn similarity report would lead to a breach of academic misconduct. This inquiry question is addressed with the year three students through a small unit of inquiry focused on ‘ How and why we celebrate ANZAC Day?’, developing student’s historical understanding through key concepts as they explore the Battle of Gallipoli and what Anzac Day is ( cause and effect ), different reasons why people celebrate Anzac Day ( perspectives and empathy ), and how it is celebrated ( significance and sources ) (The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority [ACARA], 2018a, version 8.4). This unit follows the 5 E’s teaching and learning inquiry model, supporting a constructivist approach where students actively participate in their learning to develop inquiry and thinking skills and deep conceptual understandings (Bateman, 2014). Interdisciplinary integration is evident throughout the unit as students explore geography of Gallipoli and civics and citizenship as they explore aspects of community and social values (Gordan, 2020). Students develop the Australian Curriculum: General capabilities as they use computers to explore and research (ICT Capabilities), create interviews and presentations (Critical and Creative Thinking and Literacy), work collaboratively in pairs and small groups (Personal and Social Capability) and explore society and community values (Ethical Understanding) (ACARA, 2018b, v.8.4.). Differentiation is catered for through the use cooperative learning and group work that support peer scaffolding and the combination of text, auditory and visual representations to suit a range of learning styles and abilities (Gilbert, 2020a). Engage: In the engage phase, a K-W-L Chart is used to illicit student’s prior knowledge through open-ended questioning and discussions about what students already know about Anzac Day (Li’L Safety Club Natural Hazards Children’s Program, n.d.). As a whole group, students view What is ANZAC Day? and then ‘think- pair-share’ why we celebrate Anzac Day, followed by a whole class reflection of the video and their ideas updating the K-W-L chart . Students then work in pairs to view The Story of the Day online 3D 3. Teaching within the Humanities Year 3: How and why do people choose to remember significant events of the past?
Assignment 2B Exemplar - Unit Code EDU40011 TP3 2020/21 This exemplar is to be used as a guide to direct you on your assessment. In order to maintain your academic integrity, you should not copy the exemplar in whole or in part. A high TurnItIn similarity report would lead to a breach of academic misconduct.

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