HistoryYears 3 - 4Community and RemembranceCommunity and Remembrance

Changing Communities

Subject

History

Years

3 - 4

Topic

Community and Remembrance

Unit

Changing Communities

Number of Lessons

4

Author

Inquisitive Team

Status

Published

Overview

In this unit, students investigate their local community, how it has changed over the years and who contributed to its development over time. We suggest that the school community area is studied to allow for productive group work to occur, although the lessons can also be explored independently. Students undertake the historical inquiry process to investigate the developments, events and people that have shaped their community. Continuity and change and Sources are the key skills and concepts developed; students draw on local history records, photographs and landmarks to identify what has changed in their community over the years, what has stayed the same, and who has contributed to these changes.

Key Inquiry Question

How has our community changed?
What features have been lost and what features have been retained?
What is the nature of the contribution made by different groups and individuals in the community?

Cross Curriculum Priorities

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures

General Capabilities

Critical and creative thinking
ICT Capacity
Literacy
Intercultural understanding
Numeracy

change, community, contribute, culture, development, evidence, investigation, source, viewpoint

Subject

History

Years

3 - 4

Topic

Community and Remembrance

Unit

Changing Communities

Number of Lessons

4

Author

Inquisitive Team

Status

Published

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