Subject

Geography

Years

5 - 6

Topic

A Diverse and Connected World

Unit

The World's Cultural Diversity

Number of Lessons

3

Author

Inquisitive Team

Status

Published

Overview

These lessons examine some of the different cultures of the world, including different indigenous groups. The students have a chance to learn about and conduct their own further research on the history, location and customs of indigenous cultures in Asia and around the globe. United Nations initiatives and declarations for supporting diverse groups of people in the world are examined and a variety of unique and interesting cultures are introduced.

Key Inquiry Question

How do places, people and cultures differ across the world?

Cross Curriculum Priorities

Sustainability
Asia and Australia's engagement with Asia
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures

General Capabilities

ICT Capacity
Ethical understanding
Literacy
Personal and social capability
Intercultural understanding
Critical and creative thinking

Indigenous, United Nations, ancestors, assembly, co-operation, culture, customs, declaration, definition, differences, exploration, geographical, headline, heritage, inhabitants, inquiry, international, language, original, research, rituals, significant, similarities, traditional, traditions, uncontacted

Subject

Geography

Years

5 - 6

Topic

A Diverse and Connected World

Unit

The World's Cultural Diversity

Number of Lessons

3

Author

Inquisitive Team

Status

Published

Lessons

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