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Middle Year Teachers Curriculum Units
The marine environmental units of work below are designed to make the job of the classroom teacher easy. They are designed to meet Australian curriculum requirements for middle years from upper primary school to lower secondary school students. Each unit of work has a student research environment with web pages containing essential information about each topic as well as weblinks to other websites; teachers can download their curriculum material, student activities and assignments.
Each unit of work introduces students to a significant marine environmental issue which includes a shipping related aspect. The units are learning focused and anticipate that teachers will coordinate their students' learning and reduces the need for instruction.
Marine and coastal conservation projects for middle years
This site has many tools to help students create and organise their coastal and marine conservation projects.
Primary Years Teachers Curriculum Lessons
Australian Curriculum marine activities by year level - Foundation year to 6
Link to Australian Curriculum marine lessons, activity sheets and powerpoints for the marine posters.
Kids investigating sea solutions.Students can join kids from around Australia exploring and protecting our marine environment. with hundreds of articles and things kids can do. Have fun with KISS art. Get the latest marine news.
Students have unlimited restrictions for downloading and using marine images for their education projects.
To obtain free posters associated with the above units of work and also posters for lower primary students click here.
Primary Poster Curriculum Materials
Each year level from foundation year to year 6 is provided with lessons and the main Australian Curriculum content descriptions that apply to the activities for Science, Geography and English. Activity sheets and powerpoints that can be used as student books are also available to be downloaded. Enter Site
Instead of using the internet, we suggest placing the student research environment from the CD onto the school server or onto individual PC's. CDs of the following units of work are available on request to email@example.com