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									                    Teachers Intouch
                      Lesson Plans
                    as at 1st August 2007



Table of Contents
All KLAs
Primary Lessons
Secondary Lessons



All KLAs

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                       JEOPARDY – Everyone’ favourite
                       Summary – All Subjects, All
                       Levels
                       In this activity you may choose to
                       change the categories to suit your
                       lesson objectives and outcomes. You
                       may also wish to select one Key
                       Learning Area as opposed to many.



                       Who wants to be a millionaire
                       Summary – All Subjects, All
                       Levels
                       This activity uses the game “  Who
                       wants to be a millionaire” as a
                       resource to test students knowledge
Clowning around
Summary – Drama – Grades 1 – 2
or 7 - 10
Through play building, students will
be expected to develop a range of
performance techniques suited to
their interests and abilities. The work
on the creation of character which
develops from improvisation will be
linked to play building and, where
appropriate, to performance.

Character Mind Map
Summary – English – Grades 3 –
6 or 7 – 10
In this lesson, students create a
profile of a character from a novel
they are studying in class. All profiles
are linked to a mind map that shows
the relationship between each of the
characters in the text thus creating
an        interactive       PowerPoint
presentation.

Exhibiting Art
Summary – Creative Arts –
Grades 3 – 6 and 7 – 10
In this activity, students are going to
create a brochure for an art gallery
combining research and images
pertaining to known art works such
as Van Gogh – Self Portrait; and
students own art pieces.



Guilty or Not Guilty
Summary – English, Debating –
Grades 5 – 10
In    this  project,  students   will
participate in an online court case.
Its no Joke to Smoke
Summary – Personal
Development – Grades 5 – 8
In this lesson, students will learn
about the effects of smoking and the
diseases of the body that are caused
through smoking. Students will use
Microsoft PowerPoint to organise and
present research gathered concerning
the effects of smoking in an
interactive presentation.

Crosswords for All
Summary – All KLAs – All Grades
In this activity you may choose to
change the categories to suit your
lesson objectives and outcomes. You
may also wish to select one Key
Learning Area as opposed to many.
Used as a teaching resources or have
students create their own crossword
puzzles to quiz fellow classmates.




Creating an Interactive Marking
Guide
Summary – All KLAs – All Grades
In this project you will learn how to
use Microsoft Word to create an
interactive mark sheet. This resource
will save you time and frustrations as
well as allowing you to keep
comprehensive records of your class
results. You can also use these skills
to teach your students how to use
forms in Word.
Quiz Me
Summary – All KLAs – All Grades
The Forms feature in Microsoft Word
is an excellent tool to help turn old
                  My Graduation
                  Summary – All KLAs – Grades 6 or
                  10
                  In this project, students will use
                  Microsoft Word to create a mail
                  merge invitation to invite guests to
                  their end of year graduation
                  celebrations. Students are
                  encouraged to format the invitation
                  using word art, borders and clip art
                  and the standard format for an
                  invitation.

Primary Lessons

                  Our Community
                  Summary – Studies of Society &
                  the Environment – Grades K - 2
                  In this activity, students create a
                  virtual city with hyperlinks from
                  objects, people and buildings to
                  information slides. This activity is
                  suited to group work with students
                  working collectively to complete a
                  presentation.

                  Meet the teacher
                  Summary – Early Childhood –
                  Human Society and Its
                  Environment
                  In this lesson students learn about
                  their school environment outside the
                  classroom      and    the    role   and
                  responsibilities of the people who
                  work in the school. Teacher will make
                  a     Power      Point     presentation
                  demonstrating                  students
                  understanding      of     the     school
                  environment and classroom.
                  Fun with Transport
Labelling with LOTE
Summary – LOTE – Grades 1 – 4
In this activity, students complete a
worksheet that requires them to label
an object using nouns from a given
word bank. A formula has been
inserted into the work sheet which
registers each answer given as either
correct or incorrect. For this example,
we are using the language of French.
You may use this lesson with any
language study you choose.

Vivaldi Seasons
Summary – Science and
Technology – Grades 1 - 2
In this activity, students save images
that illustrate each of the four
seasons from the web. These images
are then combined with Vivaldi’      s
classical musical suite ‘Four Seasons’
to create a music clip using Microsoft
Photo Story 3.

Water Wise
Summary – Science & Technology
– Grades 3 - 6
In this lesson you will use Microsoft
Excel to calculate how much water
their family uses on a typical Sunday.
Students will discuss what we use
water for and why it is important.
The lesson will conclude with the
students comparing their results and
looking at ways we can save water.


Wacky Weather
Summary – Science & Technology
–K - 3
In this lesson you will download and
Mix and Match
Summary – Social Studies –
Grades K - 1
In this activity, students use the pen
annotation feature in PowerPoint to
match     the     members     of   the
community to their belongings.




Doctor Doctor
Summary – Social Studies –
Grades K - 1
Students explore the different roles
that specialised doctors fulfil in this
fun, interactive game.




Roles and Responsibilities
Summary – Social Studies –
Grades K - 1
Students play an interactive multiple
choice game to determine the roles
and responsibilities of members of
the community.




Who am I
Summary – Social Studies -
Grades K - 1
Students are given a clue to the
mystery community member. Read,
the clue, take a guess and click the
box to discover the identity of people
in our community.
Old MacDonald
Summary – English, Music–
Grades K – 4
Students create a songbook utilising
interactive sounds, voice recordings
and animated features in Microsoft
Power Point.




Our Classroom
Summary – Studies of Society –
Kindergarten
In this lesson students learn about
their classroom environment and
what     are      their   roles   and
responsibilities in ensuring a happy,
healthy, safe place for themselves
and peers.




Virtual Aquarium
Summary – Grades 5 - 6 - Science
and Technology
In this lesson students will design and
create      a     virtual     Aquarium
demonstrating knowledge of ocean
life and ways in which they interact
with     each     other    and     their
environment.

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What’ that called
Summary – Grades 3 - 6 - English
In this activity, students create a
worksheet that requires their peers to
label an object using nouns from a
Weather Watching
Summary – Grades 3 - 4 – Math
and Science
In this activity, students use the
internet to monitor the weather
conditions of a chosen city for one
week. Data is recorded in an excel
spreadsheet and used to generate a
graph illustrating the results. This
graph is then imported into Microsoft
PowerPoint and used in the creation
of a mock weather report.

Creating Cartoons
Summary – Science – Grades 3 -
6
In this lesson students create a
cartoon by importing images and
sound files and apply movement
through the use of custom animation
features.



Butterfly Life Cycle
Summary – Science & Technology
– Grades 2 - 4
In this lesson students will use
Microsoft PowerPoint to create a
butterfly life cycle diagram. The
lesson will begin with class discussion
and what a life cycle is and the
different stages of the butterfly life
cycle. Students will then draw the
four different stages of the butterfly
life cycle i.e. egg, larva, pupa & adult.
They will then draw a life cycle
diagram in Microsoft PowerPoint and
incorporate their drawings in this
diagram.
Year 6 Farewell
Summary – English, Technology –
Yr 6
Learn how to create a farewell video
file that will be remembered long
after the streamers are cleaned up
and the DJ has gone home. Using still
images and text, you can create a
video file complete with music and
narration using Microsoft Photo Story.
What I should have done in the
holidays
Summary – English – Grades Yr 2
-6
Students always write a recount of
what they did in their holidays. Here
is a way to make their recount
dynamic and more meaningful. Using
Photo Story 3, students narrate their
recounts making their everyday
recount come to life in visual and
audio multimedia.

Story Map
Summary – English – Grades 3 - 6
In this lesson, students create a
hyperlinked outline of the plot from a
novel they are currently studying. In
our sample, we have used the text
Harry Potter though this novel can be
interchanged for with any narrative.


Curious George
Summary – English – Grades K-3
In this lesson students will explore
the character Curious George.
Students extend what they have
learned by imagining what George
would do if he visited their school.
Jolly Postman – Letter Writing
Summary – English – Grades 3 - 6
In this lesson students will use a well
known storybook to explore letter
writing as a genre. Students will
explore the letters that are delivered
by The Jolly Postman. Students will
then learn how to create their own
letter using Microsoft Publisher



Jolly Postman – Creating a
Catalog
Summary – English – Grades 3 - 6
In this lesson students will use a well
known storybook to create their own
catalog of products. Students will
explore catalogs from well know
stores. Students will then learn how
to create their own catalog using
Microsoft Publisher.



Jolly Postman - Sequencing
Summary – English – Grades 3 - 6
In this lesson students will recreate
the sequence of events in the story
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 The Jolly Postman’ The lesson will
begin with students listening to the
story ‘The Jolly Postman’and then
discussing the events in the correct
order. After sequencing the events
(in order) as a whole class activity
students will use this model to
construct a diagram of events in
Microsoft PowerPoint.

Jolly Postman – Creating a
Postcard
Jolly Postman – Creating a
Birthday card
Summary – English – Grades 3 - 6
In this lesson students will use a well
known storybook to create a birthday
card. Students will look at samples of
birthday cards (including the birthday
card The Jolly Postman delivered to
Goldilocks for her 8th birthday).
Students will then learn how to create
their own birthday card for a family
member or friend using Microsoft
Publisher.




Fun with Kites
Summary – English – Grades 3 - 6
In this activity students will choose
passage options from predefined
options. This lesson can easily be
changed to a different
category/content to suit your lesson
objectives. We are going to focus on
the text type explanation in the
English key learning area.



Where did that word come from?
Summary – English - Grades 3 - 6
In this lesson students explore word
origin – etymology. Using a novel
being studied in class as the source of
words, students and teacher locate
unfamiliar words to study. These
words and their meanings are then
compiled      in     a     hyperlinked
personalised diary created in a Word
Sun Safety
Summary – Health – Grades 4 - 6
In this activity, students create a
Photo Story video file using still
images, text, narration and sound
files to advertise and promote sun
safety.    Throughout   this   lesson,
students will gain an understanding
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and appreciation of Australia’ climate
and its affect on skin.


The Food Pyramid
Summary – PDHPE – Grades 3 - 6
In this lesson students will use
Microsoft PowerPoint to create a food
pyramid information kiosk that
teaches the five food groups. The
lesson will begin with class discussion
on food, food choices and how we can
categorise food. Students will then
draw a food pyramid in Microsoft
PowerPoint.

Which Way?
Summary – English - Grades 5 - 6
In this activity, students create an
interactive    choose
               ‘          your     own
adventure’ genre slide show using
Microsoft PowerPoint. The reader
selects the direction of the narrative
from     two   possible    hyperlinked
choices. Sound files are recorded and
imported to accompany the story.

Snakes and Ladders
Summary – Maths – Grades K - 3
In this lesson students will create
their own ‘ Snakes and Ladders’board
game using Microsoft Word. Students
Fun with French Words
Summary – LOTE – Grades 3-6
In this lesson students will use
Microsoft Word to create a ‘ French
words’sorting activity that teaches
common words in the home in
French. The lesson will begin with
class discussion on what things we
find in the household bathroom,
bedroom and kitchen. These will be
written in English and translated in
French. Students will then construct
and complete an activity in Microsoft
Word that helps teach common
household words in French.
Learning about Local History
Summary – HSIE – Grades 3-6
In this lesson students will create a
slide show of their local area using
Google Picasa. Prior to the lesson
students will research and take
photographs of significant
places/buildings etc in their local
area. They will then use Picasa to
arrange these photos into a slide
show to present to the class.
Students will then be asked to
compare their findings with that of
another student.

Half the Flush
Summary – HSIE – Grades 5-6
Students will research reasons for
having dual flush toilet systems
installed in schools as a means to
saving water. Information gathered
by means of this electronic
questionnaire will be sent to the
school community including students,
staff and board for consideration of
this project being implemented in the
Where does it belong
Summary – Science – Grades 3-6
In this lesson students will use
Microsoft Word to create a rubbish
sorting activity that teaches how we
can sort our household rubbish. The
lesson will begin with class discussion
on where rubbish comes from and
what rubbish we throw away.
Students will then construct and
complete an activity in Microsoft
Word that shows how we can sort our
household garbage.
Multimedia Book Review
Summary – English – Grades 5-6
In this activity, students write and
narrate a book review on a chosen
novel using still images, text and
narration and sound files to create a
multimedia rich Photo Story file.



Interactive Keyboard
Summary – Music – Grades 5-6
In this activity, students will build a
replica of a piano keyboard and
attach a sound file for each key.
Students     may     then   use     this
interactive keyboard to compose
simple melodies.


Christmas Traditions
Summary – Social Studies -
Grades 3-4
In this activity, students create an
information kiosk where they must
research the Christmas traditions of
Stereo Typing
Summary – Personal
Development – Grades 5-6
In this activity, students investigate
how    stereotypes    are    used   in
advertising. Students then create
their own advertisement in Photo
Story demonstrating how stereotypes
are used to promote a product or
concept.

Graphing Dinosaurs
Summary – Science – Grades 5-6
In this activity, students research the
weight, height and length of a chosen
dinosaur. Data is recorded into a
Microsoft Excel spreadsheet and
graphed. Students compare the
weight,    height     and   length   of
dinosaurs and formulate hypothesis
to explain similarities and differences
between the dinosaurs.

School is Great
Summary – HSIE – Kindergarten
In this lesson students are assisted
by the teacher in creating a Microsoft
PowerPoint slide show which outlines
their favourite places and activities at
school.




International Dining
Summary –Social Studies –
Grades 5-6
Vegemite is enjoyed by many
Australians but is it eaten around the
world? In this activity, students
Plurals
Summary –English – Grades 5-6
This activity shows you how to create
a self marking spelling sheet for
plurals using Microsoft Excel.




Ready Steady Think
Summary –English – Grades 5-6
In this activity, students play a game
where they are asked to think of
word from a theme they are working
on within the classroom. From that
word, each letter must relate to the
clue given for that theme. This
activity makes a great class game
and also lends itself beautifully to
working      with     an     interactive
whiteboard.

Spell It Write
Summary –English – Grades 5-6
This activity shows you how to create
a self marking spelling sheet using
Microsoft Excel.




Australia the Lucky Land
How Far can you Go
Summary – Mathematics– Grades
4 –6
Students design and create a
template for a paper aeroplane using
Microsoft Word. Students then print,
fold and fly their aeroplanes recording
the distance achieved in an Excel
spreadsheet. This data is then
illustrated as a graph.

Telling the Time
Summary – Mathematics– K-2
In this lesson you will download and
use a program called ‘  Drawing 4
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Children’ The lesson will begin with
class discussion and brainstorming
about weather and different types of
weather. Students will then design a
weather picture.



Creative Graphing
Summary – Mathematics – Grades
3-6
In this lesson students will create a
pictograph (a graph with pictures).
Students will first survey their
friends, family or staff members on a
particular topic i.e. favourite holiday
destinations. They will then use this
data to create their pictograph.



National Parks
Summary – Social Studies –
Grades 5-6
In this activity, students choose a
National Park to research and create
Nursery Rhyme Detectives
Summary – English– Grades 2 – 4
In this activity, students collectively
brainstorm a list of nursery rhyme
characters such as Goldilocks, Little
Boy Blue and Jack and Jill. A mind
map of these characters is recorded
using Microsoft Word or Visio. Each
student is then allocated a character
from the mind map which becomes
      secret identity’
their ‘              .

Smarty Pants
Summary – Mathematics – Grades
3 –4
In this activity, students graph the
color distribution found in a packet of
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Skittle lollies, M&M’ Smarties or
similar sweets. Results are compared
and recorded against the results of
other class members.

The Human Body
Summary – Science and
Technology – Grades 3 – 6
In this lesson you will u se Microsoft
Power Point, to create an interactive
flow chart demonstrating the function
and process of a system in the
human body. In our example, we are
going to show the process of the
digestive system.

The Lords Prayer
Summary – Religion – Grades 5-6
In this activity, students are asked to
create an inspirational Photo Story to
accompany the Lords Prayer.
Story Map
Summary – English – Literacy
Study – Grades 7 - 9
In this lesson students demonstrate
an understanding of plot by creating
an interactive story map using
Microsoft PowerPoint.




Waltzing Matilda
Summary – English – Grades 7-10
In this activity, students are asked to
analyse the meaning behind a well
known song or quote. Students
create a visual audio story using
Microsoft      Photo      Story    and
synchronise it with a PowerPoint
presentation detailing the song lyrics
along with their own interpretation.


Courage, Mateship, Endurance,
Sacrifice
Summary – English – Grades 9-10
Students will consider the qualities of
soldiers at war, as exemplified by the
deeds of the ‘diggers’at Isavura, and
then consider how these same
qualities have been exemplified by
their opponents.



Designing a Resume
Summary – English – Grades 7-12
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‘ life’ worth of experience and
education summarised in a few pages
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– that’ a resume’ In this lesson
students will write and design their
Go with the Flow
Summary – English, Design and
Technology – Grades 7 – 10
In this activity, students demonstrate
a sequence of events through the
creation of an animated flowchart. In
our example we have used the
mechanics of a car to demonstrate
the process.


To Be or Not To Be
Summary – English – Grades 9 –
10
Students learn about the life of the
bard,      William      Shakespeare,
presenting    information   in    an
interactive multimedia kiosk using
Microsoft PowerPoint.




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Bilbo’ Heroic Journey
Summary – English – Grades 7-8
Students will examine the adventures
of Bilbo in light of Joseph Campbell’s
concepts      of     heroic   journey,
identifying the various stages of
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Bilbo’ rite of passage on an
interactive map of Middle Earth. And
to follow on from this they will
compose their own account of the
heroic journey.


Food for Life
Summary – English – Grades 7-10
In   this  activity, students  use
Microsoft Photo Story to create a
Chimes of Freedom Flashing
Summary –English – Grades 9-10
Students will compare and contrast
concepts of ‘  freedom’ in differing
texts and contexts, and then produce
their own work on an issue relating to
                       freedom’
their understanding of ‘        .




The Crucible – A Comparison
Summary – English – Grades 9-10
Students    compare          s
                       Miller’  ‘The
Crucible’with McCarthyism and Green
    s American Idiot’ and then
Day’ ‘                  ,
produce a news report for video on a
witch hunt’
‘          .

Dream Home
Summary – Design and
Technology – Grades 7-8
In this activity, students use the
drawing tools in Microsoft Visio,
students design their dream home.
Students then import this Visio
graphic into Microsoft Publisher to
create a For Sale brochure of their
dream home.

Baa Baa Black Sheep
Summary – Design and
Technology – Grades 7 – 10
In this activity, students create a
flowchart of the production of a good
or   service,   for   example,    The
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Production of Wool’ The flowchart is
hyperlinked to information slides
which provide detailed information
pertaining to each sequence of the
production method.
Digging in the dirt
Summary –Agriculture – Grades
9-10
Students      will  research     soil
components, produce a soil profile,
and describe how soil is formed.
Students will then detail why soil is
an important issue, and offer up
some      suggestions     for    soil
conversation.

Woodwork It
Summary – Design and
Technology – Grades 7-10
In this project students design and
make a functional and aesthetic piece
of furniture. Students will consider
materials, tools available, time frame
of the project and presentation of
their finished item.

Nutrition Survey
Summary – Food Technology –
Grades 7-10
In this lesson students will recognise
the value of good nutrition and eating
patterns. Students will investigate
obesity and lifestyle diseases caused
through poor eating choices.


Design and Packaging
Summary – Computing Studies –
Grades 7-10 and Science &
Technology Grades 5-6
Using Microsoft Publisher, students
design & create packaging for a
fictional product after investigating
techniques and strategies used to
market goods and services.
The Food Chain
Summary – Science – Grades 7-
10
In this activity, students must move
animals within a specific food chain
into the correct position in the chain.
Using Microsoft Word students can
drag and drop each animal into
position to show a chain structure.
This lesson would be very suitable for
those classrooms using an interactive
whiteboard.

Measuring Plants
Summary – Science – Grades 7-
10
In this lesson students will study how
plants growth is affected by sun light
and position. Students will position
several plants in different parts of the
classroom and study their progress
over 3-4 weeks. Students will then
analyse the results to identify
optimum growth methods.
Process Time
Summary – Science – Grades 7-8
In this exercise students are asked to
create a video documenting their
current class exercise. This lesson
shows students documenting the
process of evaporation in a science
classroom. Students must document
the process and then create a video
outlining the process.


Prehistoric Timeline
Summary – Science – Grades 7-8
In this activity, students give detailed
explanations      of   how     scientific
Send in the Clones
Summary – Science – Grades 9-
10
Students     will    examine     recent
scientific undertakings, and discuss
their potential effect on society from
both     a   scientific  and    ethical
viewpoint. They will present this
information on a webpage, and
encourage further debate via email,
allowing for further comment and
continuing discussion on the original
discourse from other students.

Optical Fibre
Summary – Science – Grades 7 –
10
In this lesson, students research
different uses for optical fibres in
today's society drawing conclusions
as to how communication technology
has changed and impacted on the
nature of the work place.




Interactive maps
Summary – Geography – Grades
7-10
In this activity, students use the
Internet to research the climate of
various    countries.     Using    the
information   gathered     from    the
Internet the students then create an
interactive CD-Rom using Microsoft
PowerPoint    which    is    used   to
demonstrate to their class peers their
findings.

World Heritage Sites
Summary – Geography – Grades
Global Environments
Summary – Geography – Grades 9
- 10
Students are afforded the opportunity
to select a geographical environment
that piques their interest, and then
assemble their research within a
PowerPoint presentation to share with
their classmates.

Mike Moore vs Crocodile Hunter
Summary –Geography – Grades 9
- 10
In this activity, the students will
produce    a    short    documentary
assessing the impact of people on the
geographical issues of their local
community.




Pin the tail on the rainforest
Summary – Geography – Grades
7-10
In    this  activity, students  use
Microsoft Student 2007 to pin point
locations around Australia; or the
world, where rainforests exist. The
students can then link through to
Microsoft PowerPoint or Photo Story
files to provide further research
information.

Australian Natural Resources
Summary – Geography – Grades
7-8
In this activity, students choose an
Australian    natural   resource  to
research. Gathering images and
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I’ take it
Summary – Maths – Grades 7 –
10
This practical spreadsheet lesson
offers ways to think about some of
life's money problems, like how much
will buying a new car cost? Students
will calculate how much it will cost to
purchase their dream car.

Stock Exchange
Summary – Maths – Grades 9 –
10
In    this   activity,  students  are
presented with a $50,000 budget to
invest in the stock market. All
information including transactions,
profit and loss, and individual share
progress is recorded in a Microsoft
Excel work book. Students write a
report on completion of the program
detailing learning experiences.


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Australia’ Longest War
Summary – History – Grades 9-10
Students will study the origins and
progression of Australian involvement
in Vietnam, and assess reaction to
that involvement. This information
will be recorded in a timeline created
in Microsoft Excel.




People who shape history
Summary – History – Grades 7-10
In this lesson students research and
Propaganda
Summary – History – Grades 9-10
Students will write an essay with use
of multimedia in response to their
studies, and then record their own
radio broadcast in the style of Lord
Haw Haw.


Almost Famous
Summary – Music – Grades 9-10
Students will write a critical review of
an Australian artist or band’          s
recording, publish their articles and
then collate them for the school
       s
library’ general reading section.




Step back in Time
Summary – Music – Grades 7 – 10
Students create a timeline with
hyperlinks to music and video clips
outlining the career of a chosen
musical artist using Microsoft Visio.




Mr Johnson and Co.
Summary – Music – Grades 9-10
Students examine the influence and
inspiration of those who had gone
before on other musicians playing
and compositions, and then compose
their own piece using two of their
influences combined with their own
The Sound of Music
Summary – Music – Grades 8-10
Students listen to a piece of music,
and create a visual representation of
the themes, ideas and images
portrayed    in  the    music   using
Microsoft Photo Story 3.



Still got the blues
Summary – Music – Grades 9-10
Students will be introduced to the
Blues and its ubiquitous influence on
contemporary music, and then will
compose a work based on the blues
scale. Lesson uses Sibelius 4.



Compose a Jingle
Summary – Music – Grades 9-10
Music is often a powerful factor in the
success of a commercial, whether it is
for radio or television. Students will
use modern technology to compose
and record their own jingle.

Living by your Morals
Summary – Studies of Religion –
Grades 7-8
                             People of
This activity is written for ‘
Faith’ in Studies of Religion. In this
activity, students research a person
who has lived their life according to
their morals and values. This
information is presented as a
multimedia project including images,
recorded narration and sound files
using Microsoft Photo Story 3.
Human Potential
Summary – PDH/PE – Grades 7-8
In this activity, students analyse data
from the Olympic games and
hypothesise why over time we are
achieving better results in the areas
of athletics. Are we running faster,
jumping     higher     and   swimming
quicker because of an increase in
human potential or is technology the
real winner?

All in the name of Art
Summary – Visual Arts – Grades 7
– 10
In this lesson students create a
PowerPoint        presentation   which
showcases        the    artwork    and
techniques of a chosen artist. An
image from the chosen artist is
imported and hot spots are created
from individual aspects of the artwork
linking to information slides that
explain the piece and its creator in
explicit detail.

Brett Whiteley
Summary – Visual Arts – Grades 7
– 10
In this project you will learn how
PowerPoint may be used to publish
an Interactive Multimedia Information
Kiosk, where students can click on an
object to gain more information or
branch to different locations.


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Summary – Creative Arts –
Grades 7 – 10
In this activity, students are asked to

								
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