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Designing a Layered Curriculum

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  • 1. Layered Curriculum
    Natalie Amacha, Maria Plessasand Mary Lentros.
  • 2.
    • 3 different layers
    • 3. Gardner’s theory
    • 4. Student choice
    • 5. Accountability
    • 6. Higher level thinking
    • 7. Marking criteria
    • 8. Student contract
    Content Page
  • 9. Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences
  • 10. Teacher Centred
    Layered curriculum benefits all students!
  • 11. Effects of Teacher Centred Learning....BOREDOM!!
  • 12. STUDENT CHOICE...
    Textbook work....
    Worksheets....
  • 13. Students will be more interested!!
  • 14. Accountability....
    Just because students are handing in assessments does not mean they are learning anything!!
  • 15. Layered Curriculum....
  • 16. Points System....Student Contract
  • 17. Blooms Taxonomy....
  • 18. Layer C: Primary & Secondary sources
    Captain Cook’s Diary
    Statue of Captain Cook
  • 19. Layer B: Anachronism
    There are 10 anachronisms in the image above, Identify each object that does not belong to the Roman setting. Now using the example above compose your own Anachronism sheet with 5 examples.
  • 20. Assessment Layer A: Analytical Questions
    Using the source provided write ½ page analysis. Include the usefulness of this source as a historian and explain why you think that. In your analysis include the source type and where and when it was found. (20 points)
    Analyse a family tree to form an understanding of an ancient dynasty. In ½ a page what does it tell us about this family and the period in which they lived?
    (15 points)
     
    Museum site study. Analyse and explain the importance of museums in society and the need to conserve ancient artefacts? Include pictures from your visit to a NSW museum. (20 points)
  • 21. Marking Criteria....
  • 22. Now you can get started on your very own layered curriculum!