Distinguish Between The Past, Present And Future
- Pose questions about the past using sources provided (ACHHS017)
- Identify and compare features of objects from the past and present (ACHHS019) The Humanities – Geography - Geographical Inquiry and Skills - Make observations about familiar places and pose questions about them (ACHGS001)
- Draw conclusions based on discussions of observations (ACHGS004)
- Present information using everyday language to …show more content…
Listening, and observing students through class and small group discussion and reflections.
Watching and observing students when creating the timeline of toys.
Observing students throughout the duration of the lesson to see whether they can distinguish between the past, present and future.
Cross Curricular Links Links within lesson
Art Creating future toys with various materials.
Design & Technologies. Creating toys for future generations.
English Reading and viewing, speaking and listening throughout storytelling and classroom discussions.
When writing about future toys.
Health and Physical Education Dancing along to the brain break video.
Students Background Knowledge
- The class recently went on an excursion to the see the My Grandmother’s Toy Box story exhibition where they were able to hold, play with and explore toys from past generations.
- Students are currently working on personal histories and have some understanding of what the past, present and future is. Student Teacher Focus
- My focus for this lesson is on my classroom management and in particular on how I manage the flow from one task to the …show more content…
• My Grandmother’s Toy Box (Clyne & Suda, 2011) online text http://museumvictoria.com.au/pages/38750/my-grandmothers-toy-box-story.pdf?epslanguage=en
• Printout version of My Grandmother’s Toy Box (refer to Appendix A)
• Toys from the story:
- Computer game - Box brownie camera - Children’s picture story book
- Barbie doll - Paper doll - Skipping rope
- Doll - Metal toy soldiers - Marn Grook
(Refer to Appendix B for images of the toys)
• Sheet with questions to help guide discussion about each toy from the story (refer to Appendix C).
• A chest/toy box.
• Materials for future toys: containers, cardboard boxes, pipe cleaners, paper plates, toilet roles, coloured paper, plastic cups, aluminum foil, string, coloured pencils, markers, scissors, glue and masking tape.
• YouTube video – The Sid Shuffle – Ice Age: Continental Drift (Official ICE AGE - CONTINENTAL DRIFT Channel, 2012) :-