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LESSON

WK7

OVERARCHING:HOWDOSTORIESSHOWTHEWEATHERANDITSAFFECTSONUS?

weatherinstories

Dierentcultureshavemanydierentstoriesabouttheweatherandhowitwasmade.CloudSkipper(Indigenous)

L2

weatherinstories

Dierentcultureshavemanydierentstoriesabouttheweatherandhowitwasmade.CREATIONSTORY

L3

weatherinstories

Dierentcultureshavemanydierentstoriesabouttheweatherandhowitwasmade.NOAHSARK

L4

weatherinstories

Dierentcultureshavemanydierentstoriesabouttheweatherandhowitwasmade.EXODUSL1

L5

weatherinstories

Dierentcultureshavemanydierentstoriesabouttheweatherandhowitwasmade.EXODUSL2

L6

weatherinstories

Dierentcultureshavemanydierentstoriesabouttheweatherandhowitwasmade(sciencebased)HOWSTHE
WEATHERTODAY?(ICT)

L7

weatherinstories

Dierentcultureshavemanydierentstoriesabouttheweatherandhowitwasmade.TIDDALIK(Indigenous)

L8

weatherinstories

Dierentcultureshavemanydierentstoriesabouttheweatherandhowitwasmade.TIDDALIK(Indigenous)

L9

weatherinstories

Dierentcultureshavemanydierentstoriesabouttheweatherandhowitwasmade.RAINBOWSERPENT
(Indigenous)

L10

weatherinstories

Dierentcultureshavemanydierentstoriesabouttheweatherandhowitwasmade.RAINBOWSERPENT
(Indigenous)

L1

WK8

WK9

CONCEPT

INQUIRY

L2
OLI:
weare
learning
aboutthe
storyofthe
creationon
theworld.

L3
OLI:
Weare
lookingat
weatherin
different
religious
stories.

L4+5

(5minutes)TOOLS
SESSION

TUNINGIN(WHOLE
CLASS)(10minutes)

INVESTIGATIONSSESSION(INDEPENDENT
LEARNING)

REFLECTIONSESSION
(SHARETIMEAND
TEACHERSUMMARY)(5minutes)

ASSESSMENT
STRATEGIES

read:
TheStoryoftheCreation.

quesons:Iwonderwhy
godmadesomany
dierenttypesofweather?

Whatweatherhavewe
seenthroughoutbook?

Createananchorchartwith
classaboutwhatwas
createdoneachofthe
days.

Usingthetemplate(savedinprepreligionfolder)
studenttomakethe7daysofcreaoningroups
of7.Eachchildgetsonenumber(A3print)and
studentcutoutanddecoratethenumberstoshow
whathappenedonthatdayofcreaon.ie.
Number1light/dark,etc.

studentsthenorderthenumbersontoanumber
stripfordisplay.

whydoyouthinkgodcreatedthe
everythinginthisorder?

Iwonderifthereare7daysinthe
weekandgodtook7daysto
createtheworldwhichdayofthe
weekgodcreatedrst?

OSCAR:

*studentscanidenfy
theorderofeventsin
thecreaonstory.
**studentscan
idenfytheeventfor
theirday(number).
***studentscantell
thestoryofcreaonin
summary.

read:
TwobyTwo

whathappenedinour
story?
whatweatherdidwesee?

teachertodemonstratemakingthearkmobile.

childrenmakeanoahsarkmobileusingthe
template.

teachertopokeholeintopaperforstring.

studentscandraworsckonanimaloutlinesto
theirark.
animalprintouts

howmanyanimalsdoyouthink
wereontheark?

Iwonderwhattheanimalsdidon
thearkfor40days.

OSCAR:
*Studentscan
summarisethestory
**studentscan
idenfycharacters
relatedtotheark.
***Studentsrecognise
thestoryasareligious
story.

CREATION
Wearelookingat
weatherindierent
stories.

thisstoryisabout:

thecreaonoftheworld

NOAHSARK
wearelookingat
weatherindierent
stories.

thisstoryisabout:

Noahandhisark

EXODUSLESSON1and2lesson

OLI:
Weare
learning
aboutthe
exodusstory
andhow
godusesthe
weatherto
helppeople.

L6
OLI:

weare
learningto
idenfy
acviesto
doin
dierent
typesof
weatherand
weather
symbols.

Whohasheardof
Moses?

Cananyonetellme
somethingaboutmoses?

howdoyouthinkthe
weathermightbeusedin
ourstory?

listentoandwatchthe
tellingotheEXODUS
STORY(AdobeVoice)

Explaintothechildrenthe
acvity.

Goingonthestoryofthe
exodus

Studentsenactthestoryoftheplaguesand
exodusTheExodusStory.

Usingtheprovidedpicturesorderthestoryof
mosesandtheexodusoftheHebrewpeople.

InocedthatMosesandthe
Israeliteswerehelpedbygod?

Canyouthinkofamethatgod
mayhavehelpedyou?

Whenyouweresad?
Whenyouwereworried?
Whenyouwerehurt?

OSCAR:

*Canthestudents
ordertheeventsofthe
story?
*Canchildrenthinkof
anexampleofhow
godusestheweather
tohelppeople.
*Didthechildren
engagewith
wonderings?

Childrentocomplete
Weatherpictureandwringanddrawapictureof
theirchosenweathertype.

Matchtheweathersymbolsandwordstogether
andgluethemintoyourinquirybook.weather
symbols

extending:

PlayWeathergame.

OSCAR:

readinggeneralweatherstories
symbolsfortheweather
suncloud,hail,snow,
wind,rain.

Watchthe
Howstheweathertoday
Video
whatweathertypesdid
wesee?

canyouthinkofany
acviesthatthe
childreninthevideo
mightbeabletodoin
thoseweathers?

brainstormonboard.
whataresomethings
youcoulddoincloudy,
sunny,rainy,windy,
weather.

discussweathersymbols.

Whatmightrepresenteach
oftheweathertypes?
rain,snow,lightning,sunny,
cloudy,hailing.

modelwringforstudents.

modelmatchingweather
symbolsA3copy.(for
teachers)

idenfysomeacvies
associatedwithatype
ofweather.
matchthesymbolto
theweathertype.

L7
OLI:
Students
understand
thatdifferent
cultures
understand
theweather
differently.

L8

OLI:

TIDDALIK
Weathercanbetalked
aboutinlotsofdifferent
ways.

Differentcultureshave
differentbeliefsabouthow
theweatherworks.

Wehavebeenlookingat
thescienceofhowthe
weatherworks.

Thisweekwearelooking
atindigenousaustralian
storiesabouttheweather

WatchTiddalickvideo.

Childrensequencethestoryusingtheprovided

discussion

Whowasthestoryabout?

Whywerealltheanimals
tryingtomakeTiddalickthe
Froglaugh?

pictures,colouringthepictureswhenfinished.Glue

intoInquirybooks.

Whenfinishedstudentsbegintousepastelstocolour
inawhiteA3page(blockedinnowhiteshoulduseat
least6differentcolours)

OSCAR:Anecdotal
notesofdiscussions
withstudents.

*Studentsidentifythe
storyasindigenous
**Studentscanrecount
thestory.
***Studentscanidentify
storiesfromtheirown
culture/experiences
abouttheweather

TIDDALIK
Weathercanbetalked

Students
understand
thatdifferent
cultures
understand
theweather
differently.

aboutinlotsofdifferent
ways.

Differentcultureshave
differentbeliefsabouthow
theweatherworks.

Wehavebeenlookingat
thescienceofhowthe
weatherworks.

Thisweekwearelooking
atindigenousaustralian
storiesabouttheweather

L9

THERAINBOWSERPENT

Childrenfinishsequencing
thestoryusingthepictures
provided,colouringthe
picturewhenfinished.Glue
intoInquirybooks

Whenfinishedstudentstousepastelstocolourina
whiteA3page(blockedinnowhiteshoulduseat
least6differentcolours)

Whenfinishedchildrenputonsmocksandpaintover
inblackpaint.Usingtheotherendofthepaintbrush
childrendrawtheirfavouritecharacterfromthestory
intothewetpain.

Whowasyourdrawingof?
Whyaretheyyourfavourite
character?
Whatdidtheydointhestory?

OSCAR:
Anecdotalnotesof
discussionswith
students.

*Studentsidentifythe
storyasindigenous
**Studentscanrecount
thestory.
***Studentscanidentify
storiesfromtheirown
culture/experiences
abouttheweather

OLI:Students Weathercanbetalked
understand
thatdifferent
cultures
understand
theweather
differently

aboutinlotsofdifferent
ways.

Differentcultureshave
differentbeliefsabouthow
theweatherandworld
works.

Lastweekwereadastory
aboutGodscreationofthe
world.ThisisanAboriginal
storyaboutthecreationof
theworld.

L10

THERAINBOWSERPENT

OLI:Students Weathercanbetalked
understand
thatdifferent
cultures
understand
theweather
differently

aboutinlotsofdifferent
ways.

Differentcultureshave
differentbeliefsabouthow
theweatherandworld
works.

Wearetalkingaboutthe
rainbowsnake.

watchthestorythe
rainbowserpent.

discuss:
Whathappenedinthe
story?

Wesawsomedierent
paernsinthestory.
Thesepaernsallhave
dierentmeanings.

Showstudentsthe
dierentsymbolsthat
canbeusedtomake
meanings.

createananchorchart/
drawonwhiteboard.

Usingthesymbolsdiscussed.Childrenmake
therainbowserpentusingtheA3template,
colouringandcreangpaernstomake
meaningonthedierentsecons.

Childrenfinishmakingthe
Childrenmakeownchainrainbowserpentusingthe
rainbowserpentusingthe
precutstripsonthefloor,googlyeyesandribbon
template,colouringand
tongue
creatingpatternstomake
meaningonthedifferent
sections.

whenstudentsbegintofinish,
giveinstructionsshowing
howtomakepaperchain
snakes

Iwonderwhatotherpaerns

wecouldmaketorepresent
dierentweathertypes?

SCAR:Students
canuseindigenous

weathersymbolson
theirsnakes.

*3dierent
**4dierent
***5dierent
****6+dierent
symbols.

Whatstorydidyoutellonyour
snakes?

OSCAR:Students
canuseindigenous

weathersymbolson
theirsnakes.

*3dierent
**4dierent
***5dierent
****6+dierent
symbols.

INQUIRY

(5minutes)TOOLS
SESSION

L3

TUNINGIN(WHOLE
CLASS)(10minutes)

INVESTIGATIONSSESSION(INDEPENDENT
LEARNING)

REFLECTIONSESSION
(SHARETIMEAND
TEACHERSUMMARY)(5minutes)

ASSESSMENT
STRATEGIES

NOAHSARK

OLI:
Weare
lookingat
weatherin
different
religious
stories.

wearelookingatweather
indierentstories.

thisstoryisabout:

Noahandhisark

read:
TwobyTwo

whathappenedinour
story?
whatweatherdidwesee?

teachertodemonstratemakingthearkmobile.

childrenmakeanoahsarkmobileusingthe
template.

teachertopokeholeintopaperforstring.

studentscandraworsckonanimaloutlinesto
theirark.
animalprintouts

howmanyanimalsdoyouthink
wereontheark?

Iwonderwhattheanimalsdidon
thearkfor40days.

OSCAR: