The Journey by Francesca Sanna (Modes of Language (Viewing, Listening ,…
The Journey by Francesca Sanna
Make connections between students’ own experiences and those of characters and events represented in texts drawn from different historical, social and cultural contexts (ACELT1613)
Posing wonder questions
Create literary texts that adapt or combine aspects of texts students have experienced in innovative ways (ACELT1618)
Write letters to migrants/government.
''Dear Diary" submissions
Analyse and evaluate similarities and differences in texts on similar topics, themes or plots (ACELT1614)
Exploring different texts: Novels, picture books, books without text only imagery,
Compare texts including media texts that represent ideas and events in different ways, explaining the effects of the different approaches (ACELY1708)
Comparing childrens literature to real life recounts of migration stories.
Plan, rehearse and deliver presentations, selecting and sequencing appropriate content and multimodal elements for defined audiences and purposes, making appropriate choices for modality and emphasis (ACELY1710)
Use a range of software, including word processing programs, learning new functions as required to create texts (ACELY1717)
Using word, PowerPoint, Book Creator, etc to present samples of work
Understand that different social and geographical dialects or accents are used in Australia in addition to standard australian english (ACELA1515)
Identifying different languages and cultures that are apart of Australia's cultural society.
Understand how authors often innovate on text structures and play with language features to achieve particular aesthetic, humorous and persuasive purposes and effects (ACELA1518)
Creating maps with coordinates
Creating a pathway of a journey that has been undertaken by a refugee/migrant to Australia
Crating coordinate locations of countries that are highly populated with refugees/migrants OR are primary countries that people flee
Exploration, improvisation and experimentation of movement ideas to choreograph dance that explores character/mood and communicates meaning (ACADAM009)
Developing contemporary movement that reflects the themes of migration, human rights and/or acceptance.
Dramatic action (the driving force and forward motion of drama to create dramatic meaning) driven by narrative structure and dramatic tension (ACADRM035)
when creating improvised, devised or scripted drama (ACADRM036)
Exploration of stories and ideas from different viewpoints (ACAMAM062)
Listening and engaging with first hand stories of people who have encountered migration.
Personal responses, using visual art terminology, about how visual art elements, techniques and symbolic meaning communicate ideas and messages; and identifying factors that influence artwork from different social, cultural and historical times (ACAVAR117)
Mosaic Art construction, using images from the text
Presentation and reflection of ideas, feelings, beliefs and viewpoints expressed in artwork, including consideration of audience and feedback (ACAVAM116)
Create artwork that reflects a journey
Paint imagery that is reflective of students feelings towards the book
Experiences of Australia's democracy and citizenship, including the status and rights of Aboriginal people and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples, migrants, women and children (ACHASSK135)
Stories of groups of people who migrated to Australia (including from one Asian country), the reasons they migrated (e.g. push–pull factors) and their contributions to society (ACHASSK136)(ACHASSK137)
Exploring interviews (videos) of migrants through web research
Civics and Citizenship
Who can be an Australian citizen, the formal rights and responsibilities, and shared values of Australian citizenship (ACHASSK147)
Analysing the application form to becoming an Australian Citizen
Australia's connections with countries (e.g. trade, migration, tourism, aid, education, defence, sport) and how these connections change people and places (ACHASSK141)
Locate countries around the world that contribute to our multicultural society.
Differences in the economic characteristics (e.g. per capita income, energy consumption), demographic characteristics (e.g. population size, density) and social characteristics (e.g. life expectancy, education) of a selection of countries across the world (ACHASSK139)
Family trees, comparing life spans, jobs with past and present generations from multiple countries.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Convention of the Rights of the Child
Modes of Language
Health and Physical Education
Ways that personal identities change over time (ACPPS051)
Skills to establish and manage positive relationships (ACPPS055)
Exploring acceptance and diversity
Participating in rituals to to strengthen faith in hardship, examples; prayer, church, personal reflection, charity work
Bible Scripture: Stories of Jesus accepting all people. Ways to live a life like Jesus (qualities)