If you want to save time on your Civics and Citizenship planning, then this thorough pack will provide you with all the resources you need to teach Year 3 HASS with ease.
Closely aligned to the new Australian Curriculum 9.0, these lessons will guide your students through each knowledge and understanding and unpack the skills required for each elaboration - saving you so much time!
Unlike some resource packs sold online, these packs cover every single ACARA Knowledge and understanding elaboration, so there are no empty spaces in your curriculum coverage!
See why teachers love this pack:
"Loved using this resource alongside my lessons for this unit of work!"
"This resource has made it so easy to teach Civics and Citizenship. Thank you!"
"Used this resource for two students in my year 9 HASS class. They have serious IEPs and these lessons were perfect for them. Really saved so much of my time so that I could work on a unit for the rest of my students who were working at a year 9 level. Thank you!"
"I used your geography unit this year and it was awesome! I am looking forward to using this civics unit next year."
This easy-to-use, best-selling packet includes:
- 10 Lesson Plans
- PowerPoints to match lessons (2 in total)
- Assessment pieces
- Editable marking guide
- Vocabulary cards for your word wall
- Hands-on Activities
- Worksheets and Homework Ideas
1. How do rules work?
2. How do rules protect the rights of others?
3. Who has the authority to make rules?
4. When is it important to modify the rules?
5. Do some cultures or religious groups have different rules?
6. What types of groups do people belong to?
7. How community groups can help others?
8. How can individuals be recognised for helping the community?
9. Why do individuals help others in the community?
Civics and Citizenship Year 3 Australian Curriculum 9.0 HASS
Zipped PDF and PowerPoint 130 pages
Year 3 Civics and Citizenship 9.0
who makes rules, why rules are important in the school and/or the local community, and the consequences of rules not being followed
why people participate within communities and how students can actively participate and contribute to communities