was developed to align with the Australian Curriculum. It
complements an integrated approach with Science and History as well
of the three cross curriculum priorities in the Australian
Curriculum: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and
cultures and Sustainability.
Overarching learning outcomes:
Compare and contrast different sources of evidence (primary
Observe, predict and explain changes in landscapes over time
using paired photography technique
Link cause and effect of pastoral practices on the environment
over different and contrasting periods of time
Connect continuity and changes to social, political,
environmental and economic values, thinking, and decision making
- Develop an enhanced understanding of current issues
(sustainable grazing) that involve implications of research,
applications of science for future sustainability.
- Recognise the work of researchers and scientists enable people
to make informed decisions.