This is a program for a conceptual English Unit for Stage 4, using the ‘food show’ format to introduce an understanding of hybrid media programs and showing the importance of these shows in supporting intercultural understanding, Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia, and sustainability. Some resources are accessible online. The Global Education Project NSW acknowledges the contribution of this unit by the English Teachers Association NSW.
This is a lesson for Stage 4, examining the practices of young people within the local community and then comparing these behaviours with those of a person from a Pacific or Asian country. The lesson is based on outcomes appearing in the Australian Curriculum – Health and Physical Education, and targets: (i) Strength based approach (ii) Critical literacy The Global Education Project NSW acknowledges the contribution of this unit by the PDHPE Teachers Association NSW.
This unit of work for secondary classes is designed to suit the music topic Music for Film, TV, Radio and Multimedia, as well as Music of a Culture. The underlying approach is Orff-based, in that there is experiment with sound that leads to creativity. This series of lesson ideas can be adapted for Year 10 and Year 11 Music 1. The lesson ideas are designed to allow teachers to develop a single idea into a larger lesson or to combine several ideas together in the one lesson or series.
This unit of work for primary classes is designed for teachers who do not have a lot of musical experience but who are prepared to try their hand. The approach is Orff-based, in that there is experiment with sound that leads to creativity. This series of lessons can be adapted for classes from Years 3-6. The lessons are designed to be short so that teachers can use twenty minute or ten minute transitions, or can use several lesson ideas together. The Global Education Project NSW acknowledges the contribution of this lesson by Anne Power and Sarah Powell of the Orff Schulwerk Association of NSW.