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    • L.O.
Create
a
Learning
 Sequence
for
‘Saving
 Water’
unit.
 Level
2
SMR
Peninsula
Sub
Region
Ultranet
Coaches;
Jonathan
Hall,
Tanya
Moran
&
Stephen
Daly

    • CREATE
A
FOLDER
WITH
 OVERVIEW
 AND
ASSIGN
FEEDBACK
•  In
the
Learning
Tasks
tool,
Class
 tab,
teachers
can
create
a
folder
 to
organise
Learning
Items
and/or
 learning
sequences.
•  You
can
select
to
provide
an
 Overview
and
Feedback
for
the
 contents
of
the
folder.
The
following
slides
are
found
on
 the
Ultranet
Support
Site.

    • Discussion
 Brainstorm
•  A
Discussion
Item
is
a
type
of
Service
 Learning
Item,
which
allows
students
to
 enter
posts
to
a
discussion
forum.
•  Over
the
term
students
will
build
on
 their
exisLng
knowledge
about
water.

 Teachers
and
students
can
record
the
 instrucLons/reflecLons
of
each
acLvity
 as
well
as
type
these
in.
•  In
order
for
students
to
be
able
to
do
 this
they
will
need
to
know
how
to
log
 onto
the
Ultranet
and
navigate
to
the
 acLvity.

•  Computers
will
need
to
have
a
 microphone
aNached.

    • Step
One

NOTE:
When
following
the
steps
on
the
 following
slides
make
sure
that
 you
have
clicked
on
the
unit
 folder
‘Saving
Water’.
The
following
slide
can
be
found
on
 the
Ultranet
Support
Site.

    • And
th en
se ‘Saving lect
the
fold 
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befor r
 
on
‘Ne e
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 Bra insto Title
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    • Reference
AcLvity
 Water
Clip
•  A
Reference
Item
is
a
type
of
Service
 Learning
Item,
which
provides
students
 with
a
link
to
a
specified
website.

•  The
first
acLvity
will
have
the
students
 watch
a
clip
related
to
saving
water.
•  In
order
for
students
to
be
able
to
do
 this
they
will
need
to
know
how
to
log
 onto
the
Ultranet
and
navigate
to
the
 acLvity.

•  There
is
volume
to
the
suggested
clip.

    • Step
One

NOTE:
When
following
the
steps
on
the
 following
slides
make
sure
that
 you
have
clicked
on
the
unit
 folder
‘Saving
Water’.
The
following
slide
can
be
found
on
 the
Ultranet
Support
Site.

    • And
th en
sele ‘Saving ct
the
 
Water folder
 clicking ’
befor 
on
‘Ne e
 w’.
 o
 r
Vide = 
Wate Title
 Copy:
www.acmi.net.au/ vid_water_rulers.htm

    • Journal
AcLviLes
 Why
is
water
important?
•  A
Journal
Item
is
a
type
of
Service
Learning
 Item,
which
allows
students
to
enter
 journal
entries
into
their
personal
journal.

•  Over
the
term
students
could
record
their
 reflecLons
to
experiments
and
learning
 being
explored
in
the
classroom.

Teachers
 and
students
can
record
the
instrucLons/ reflecLons
of
each
acLvity
rather
than
type
 these
in.
•  In
order
for
students
to
be
able
to
do
this
 they
will
need
to
know
how
to
log
onto
the
 Ultranet
and
navigate
to
the
acLvity.

•  Computers
will
need
to
have
a
microphone
 aNached.

    • Step
One

NOTE:
When
following
the
steps
on
the
 following
slides
make
sure
that
 you
have
clicked
on
the
unit
 folder
‘Saving
Water’.
The
following
slide
can
be
found
on
 the
Ultranet
Support
Site.

    • And
th en
sele ‘Saving ct
the
 
Water folder
 clicking ’
befor 
on
‘Ne e
 w’.
 on
 =
Q uesL Title

    • Possible
Journal
 QuesLons
•  How
can
people
save
water?
•  How
does
our
school
save
water?
•  What
is
healthy
water?
•  How
can
we
stop
water
being
 polluted?
•  Where
can
you
find
water?
•  Does
it
really
maNer
if
you
leave
a
 leaking
tap?
•  How
much
water
does
your
family
 use?

    • Copy
Learning
Items
•  All
learning
tasks
and
folders
need
 to
be
transferred
from
your
 personal
planning
folder
to
your
 class
folder.
The
following
slide
can
be
found
on
 the
Ultranet
Support
Site.