Year 4 - Geography

For teachers of Year 4 Australian Curriculum: Geography. The Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) has put together this Pinterest board to assist teachers to plan, teach, assess, and report using free quality digital curriculum resources.
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Queensland state school teachers should continue to access C2C materials via OneSchool.

Queensland state school teachers should continue to access materials via OneSchool.

The Geography Teachers' Association of Queensland Inc. (GTAQ) is the professional organisation representing Geography teachers in Queensland.

The Geography Teachers' Association of Queensland Inc. (GTAQ) is the professional organisation representing Geography teachers in Queensland.

GeogSpace is an initiative of the Australian Geography Teachers Association (AGTA) supported by the resources of Education Services Australia (ESA). GeogSpace offers quality primary and secondary geography resource materials for all teachers of geography.

GeogSpace has been designed to provide materials to support primary and secondary teachers in implementing the Australian Curriculum: Geography. I Support for geography including background information for teachers can be found here

The Social Educators Association of Queensland (SEAQ) is the state professional body for social educators and community members interested in the advancement of social education in Queensland.

The Social Educators Association of Queensland (SEAQ) is the state professional body for social educators and community members interested in the advancement of social education in Queensland.

Assessing Geography in P–6: Professional development package. The QCAA has developed a new online professional development package that supports schools to implement a workshop that builds teachers' capabilities in assessing the Australian Curriculum: Geography from Prep to Year 6. [Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority]

English Australian Curriculum and resources [Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority]

Why recycle? - Science (3,4). What happens to the rubbish we throw away?  In this primary science game you will meet four students eating their lunch. Each one uses or disposes of their plastic lunch bag in a different way.  Predict where the bags might end up and how they could affect the environment. Find out about plastics and the environmental benefits of recycling.  Come up with some good ideas about how we can reduce our effects on the environment.

educational games, videos and teaching resources for schools and students. Free Primary and Secondary resources covering history, science, English, maths and

Waste Matters - Students investigate waste creation and management based on their own experiences and case studies. They develop key understandings about pressures on the environment, ecosystems and people’s health caused by waste, and explore ways of improving waste management to help build a sustainable future.

Global Education Schools Network Program offers support for schools that seek to develop a significant global education focus in all Key Learning Areas.

Lunchtime Legends [Brisbane City Council] - Sort the falling rubbish into the two school bins - beat the clock and your friends to become Brisbane’s best recycler. Once you’ve mastered lunchtime recycling, take your knowledge home and become the king of composting. Lunchtime Legends is available for download to play on your iPad.

Lunchtime Legends [Brisbane City Council] - Sort the falling rubbish into the two school bins - beat the clock and your friends to become Brisbane’s best recycler. Once you’ve mastered lunchtime recycling, take your knowledge home and become the king of composting. Lunchtime Legends is available for download to play on your iPad.

Exploring environments and places - C2C Geography Year 4 Unit 1. Link for Independent and Catholic schools. This is an extensive teaching unit in which students investigate the inquiry question ‘How does the environment support the lives of people and other living things?’ through building on their mental map of the world and their understandings of place, with a focus on Africa and South America.

Creating digital texts - English Year 1 Unit Link for Independent and Catholic schools. This is an extensive teaching unit in which students listen to, read, view and interpret a series of narrative texts to create a digital innovation.

Threatened Australian animals - (Years 3 - 6) - 20 digital curriculum resources about a diverse selection of Australia’s threatened animals. It is organised according to their conservation status - endangered, vulnerable or extinct - and includes many images of animals in their natural environment or in museums as preserved specimens. Videos show scientists discussing threats to some animals.

Scootle provides Australian teachers with access to more than quality-assured digital learning resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum.

Wildlife sanctuary in Ngorongoro Crater - Geography - video (Years 4,8,9). Deep in Africa's Great Rift Valley is one of the continent's most important wildlife sanctuaries. The steep volcanic walls of the Ngorongoro Crater and its abundant water and plants have created a world within a world. It's a refuge for animals, including some of Africa's most efficient predators.

Wildlife sanctuary in Ngorongoro Crater - Geography

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