Five media-rich units of work that bring literacy and language learning to a broader and imaginative understanding of our world through literature and inquiry, supported by geography, science and history.
Primary — Years 3 to 7
Night and day
A unit of work with a literature study focus to explore Dreaming stories and folktales from around the world, alongside the scientific concepts and phenomena of night and day.View unit
1788: Was life the same for everyone?
A unit of work in which students explore and create multimodal texts as part of their inquiry into the contact between Australia’s first people and the early settlers.View unit
Save one island, save them all
A literature-based unit of work with a focus on the discovery of Macquarie Island, its degradation and the battle to restore the ecological balance on the island for future generations.View unit
Talk about rights
A unit of work that focuses on texts and language in exploring the changes to democratic and citizenship rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples since 1900.View unit
Imagining ancient Rome
A literature-based unit of work leading students in an exploration of how life in ancient Rome has been represented and imagined in innovative and engaging factual and fictional texts.View unit