Programming a Unit of Work

Programming a Unit of Work

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2. Programming a Unit of Work (3000 words)
Develop a topic for a unit of work for a Stage 4 or Stage 5 Science class. (Please use the new NSW BOSTES Australian Curriculum)
The unit of work should cover a total of 15 lessons, (i.e. the equivalent of 5 x 40-minute periods a week). It should be given a title, and include:
1. A rationale statement, including an outline of why the topic is being taught and how the topic will be taught from a Christian Perspective.
2. Outcomes linked to the relevant syllabus documents and outcomes related to the Christian perspectives for the unit introduced in the rationale statement.
3. A three-week schedule of the 15 lessons to be taught with a title or heading for each lesson and a brief description, the resources to be utilised and the differentiation strategies to be incorporated; but not a detailed lesson plan.
4. Two sample consecutive lessons (2×40 minutes) with sequenced and detailed teaching and learning strategies.
5. A sample assessment task that includes a brief description of the context, explanation of how the outcomes are linked to the assessment task, description of the activity, criteria for assessing the learning, and guidelines for marking.
Activity
Discuss the three general “reasonable care” principles, related to the use of animals, required of researchers and teachers.
What areas of safety and use of animals have you seen done poorly? How could these areas have been improved?

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