This visually appealing anchor chart neatly identifies the 3 branches of government. It also explains checks and balances and the 3 levels of government too. A lot of great information is displayed here!
Immigration Tic-tac-toe Menu- Would need to adapt this to college-level, but there are very good ideas here, and I like the idea of giving even university students a variety of assessment options to choose from.
Australia became a nation on 1 January 1901 when six British colonies—New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania—united to form the Commonwealth of Australia. This process is known as federation.
This project has students researching Australian federation, life in 20th century Australia and an Iconic figure. It has been designed to tie in with the Australian Curriculum Year 6, although it could be modified to meet Year 5 standards or for any class completing research on Australia. ** It includes key websites to help students start their research, Assessment rubric, bibliography and note taking sheets and Australian Curriculum standards **Teaching Year 6?Try Geography Project Year 6…
AUSTRALIA AS A NATION - FEDERATION – Rubric – Australian History – Year 6 - Geography