Students collaborate to create solutions to ocean conservation problems. They will learn how to refine solutions so they can achieve meaningful outcomes for our oceans.
- learn strategies to refine solutions to problems
- make predictions based on projections of the future.
- demonstrate their ability to review and refine their solutions
- share their predictions based on projections of the future.
Lesson guides and printables
Australian Curriculum (v9.0) content descriptions:
- Propose actions or responses to issues or challenges and use criteria to assess the possible effects AC9HS5S06
Syllabus outcomes: GE3-4
Cross-curriculum priority: Sustainability
Relevant parts of Year 5 achievement standards:
They identify and describe different possible responses to a geographical challenge. They propose action in response to a geographical challenge and identify the possible effects of their proposed action.
This lesson is designed to build students’ competencies in the following skills:
- Critical thinking
- Problem solving
Level of teacher scaffolding: Medium - High: The concepts covered in this lesson may be complex, sophisticated and or required specific and technical knowledge. Teachers should read this resource and its associated materials before delivering the lesson. Some of the activities may need to be planned in context to teachers’ classrooms. There may be programs or websites that teachers need to familiarise themselves with before using them with students.
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