Achieve! Science - Indigenous Contexts
will assist teachers to develop lessons regarding the cross-curriculum priority – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures – from the Australian Curriculum. Students develop their scientific understanding and inquiry skills as they learn how the Ngwaigi people are sharing their knowledge to conserve wetlands, describe modern applications of fire-stick farming in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, study classification using the Arrente peoples’ names for foods, and learn about Indigenous understanding of constellations and navigation.
The CD-ROM contains all the pages that are featured in the book, as well as a file of illustrations that can be used for other work sheets. These files can be easily edited to suit the needs of your students.Achieve! Science - Indigenous Contexts topics include:
About the series:
Maintaining Australian biodiversity
Geology and Earth science
Ochre and communication
Each book in the Achieve! series has been designed and written for secondary students who have low-level literacy skills and require modified classroom activities to fully participate in the curriculum. Students will experience success as they work alongside their classmates in the same subjects with material that is tailored for their literacy needs.Key features:
Terms and Conditions:
- Mature-look page layout and illustrations
- Topics that will interest teenagers
- An emphasis on literacy skills
- Clear learning objectives
- Starter activities, background topic information and ideas for summarising a lesson
- Please choose carefully as this product cannot be refunded once PDF has been downloaded.
- This downloadable PDF does not contain the CD Rom from the hard copy version
- Credit card orders only; this product cannot be purchased on 30 Day Preview or School Invoice.
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