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<ul><li><p>Table of Contents All KLAs Primary Lessons Secondary Lessons </p><p>All KLAs </p><p>JEOPARDY Everyones favourite </p><p>Summary All Subjects, All Levels In this activity you may choose to change the categories to suit your lesson objectives and outcomes. You may also wish to select one Key Learning Area as opposed to many. </p><p>Who wants to be a millionaire </p><p>Summary All Subjects, All Levels This activity uses the game Who wants to be a millionaire as a resource to test students knowledge of subject matter in a multiple choice format. </p><p>Under Cover </p><p>Summary English, Yrs 3 6 and 7 10 Comprehending Text the aim of this lesson is to demonstrate understanding of a chosen text by designing a book cover complete with synopsis, author biography and cover design using Microsoft Publisher. </p><p>Teachers Intouch Lesson Plans </p><p>as at 1st January 2007 </p></li><li><p>Clowning around </p><p>Summary Drama Yrs 7-10 or Yrs 1-2 Through play building, students will be expected to develop a range of performance techniques suited to their interests and abilities. The work on the creation of character which develops from improvisation will be linked to play building and, where appropriate, to performance. </p><p>Character Mind Map Summary English Years 3 6 and Years 7 10 </p><p>In this lesson, students create a profile of a character from a novel they are studying in class. All profiles are linked to a mind map that shows the relationship between each of the characters in the text thus creating an interactive PowerPoint presentation. </p><p>Exhibiting Art </p><p>Summary Creative Arts Years 3 6 and Years 7 10 In this activity, students are going to create a brochure for an art gallery combining research and images pertaining to known art works such as Van Gogh Self Portrait; and students own art pieces. </p><p>Guilty or Not Guilty Summary English, Debating Years 5 10 </p><p>In this project, students will participate in an online court case. Students assume the roles of those members of the judicial system, using email to present their case. Using the voting features in Microsoft Outlook, students have their say in determining a verdict. </p><p>International Hide and Seek </p><p>Summary Geography Years 5 10 In this game of Word Wide Tag, students work in pairs. One student hides somewhere in the world and sends their partner email letters full of clues as to their whereabouts. Once theyre location is discovered, its TAG! And the roles swap. Students must hide in at least one city from each continent. The game is </p></li><li><p>concluded when each partner has visited every continent. </p><p>Its no Joke to Smoke </p><p>Summary Personal Development Years 5 8 </p><p>In this lesson, students will learn about the effects of smoking and the diseases of the body that are caused through smoking. Students will use Microsoft PowerPoint to organise and present research gathered concerning the effects of smoking in an interactive presentation. </p><p>Crosswords for All Summary All KLAs All Years </p><p>In this activity you may choose to change the categories to suit your lesson objectives and outcomes. You may also wish to select one Key Learning Area as opposed to many. Used as a teaching resources or have students create their own crossword puzzles to quiz fellow classmates. </p><p>Primary Lessons </p><p>Our Community Summary K - 2 - Studies of Society &amp; the Environment In this activity, students create a virtual city with hyperlinks from objects, people and buildings to information slides. This activity is suited to group work with students working collectively to complete a presentation. </p><p>Meet the teacher Summary Early Childhood Human Society &amp; Its Environment In this lesson students learn about their school environment outside the classroom and the role and responsibilities of the people who work in the school. Teacher will make a Power Point presentation demonstrating students understanding of the school environment and classroom. </p></li><li><p>Labelling with LOTE </p><p>Summary LOTE Yrs 1 4 (Nouns) In this activity, students complete a worksheet that requires them to label an object using nouns from a given word bank. A formula has been inserted into the work sheet which registers each answer given as either correct or incorrect. For this example, we are using the language of French. You may use this lesson with any language study you choose. </p><p>Vivaldi Seasons </p><p>Summary Science and Technology Year 1-2 </p><p>In this activity, students save images that illustrate each of the four seasons from the web. These images are then combined with Vivaldis classical musical suite Four Seasons to create a music clip using Microsoft Photo Story 3. </p><p>Comparing Artworks </p><p>Summary Art - Years K-6 In this activity students are encouraged to reproduce their own interpretation of an artists work. The teacher then showcases her students artwork using Microsoft Photo Story 3. </p><p>Mix and Match </p><p>Summary Social Studies Year K-1 In this activity, students use the pen annotation feature in PowerPoint to match the members of the community to their belongings. </p><p>Doctor Doctor </p><p>Summary Social Studies Year K-1 </p><p>Students explore the different roles that specialised doctors fulfil in this fun, interactive game. </p></li><li><p>Roles and Responsibilities </p><p>Summary Social Studies Years K-1 Students play an interactive multiple choice game to determine the roles and responsibilities of members of the community. </p><p>Who am I Summary Social Studies - Years K-1 </p><p>Students are given a clue to the mystery community member. Read, the clue, take a guess and click the box to discover the identity of people in our community. </p><p>Interactive bedroom </p><p>Summary Studies of Society Kinder </p><p>Students use a digital camera to photograph their favourite items. Using Microsoft PowerPoint, students import their images and write an explanation of the relevance of their favourite item. A floor plan of the students bedroom is created in Microsoft Visio (optional). </p><p>Old MacDonald Summary English, Music Years K 4 Students create a songbook utilising interactive sounds, voice recordings and animated features in Microsoft Power Point. </p><p>Our Classroom </p><p>Summary Studies of Society Kindergarten </p><p>In this lesson students learn about their classroom environment and what are their roles and responsibilities in ensuring a happy, healthy, safe place for themselves and peers. </p></li><li><p>Virtual Aquarium </p><p>Summary Stage 2 - Science and Technology In this lesson students will design and create a virtual Aquarium demonstrating knowledge of ocean life and ways in which they interact with each other and their environment. </p><p>Whats that called </p><p>Summary Years 3 - 6 - English In this activity, students create a worksheet that requires their peers to label an object using nouns from a given word bank. Students insert a formula into their work sheet which registers each answer given as either correct or incorrect. While students choose an object of their choice to label, in our example, we are labelling the main parts of a flower. </p><p>Weather Watching </p><p>Summary Yrs 3 &amp; 4 Math and Science In this activity, students use the internet to monitor the weather conditions of a chosen city for one week. Data is recorded in an excel spreadsheet and used to generate a graph illustrating the results. This graph is then imported into Microsoft PowerPoint and used in the creation of a mock weather report. </p><p>Creating Cartoons Summary Science Years 3 - 6 </p><p>In this lesson students create a cartoon by importing images and sound files and apply movement through the use of custom animation features. </p><p>Year 6 Farewell Summary English, Technology Yr 6 </p><p>Learn how to create a farewell video file that will be remembered long after the streamers are cleaned up and the DJ has gone home. Using still images and text, you can create a video file complete with music and narration using Microsoft Photo Story. </p></li><li><p>What I should have done in the holidays </p><p>Summary English, Yr 2 - 6 Students always write a recount of what they did in their holidays. Here is a way to make their recount dynamic and more meaningful. Using Photo Story 3, students narrate their recounts making their everyday recount come to life in visual and audio multimedia. </p><p>Story Map Summary English Years 3 - 6 </p><p>In this lesson, students create a hyperlinked outline of the plot from a novel they are currently studying. In our sample, we have used the text Harry Potter though this novel can be interchanged for with any narrative. </p><p>Where did that word come from? </p><p>Summary Years 3 - 6 - English In this lesson students explore word origin etymology. Using a novel being studied in class as the source of words, students and teacher locate unfamiliar words to study. These words and their meanings are then compiled in a hyperlinked personalised diary created in a Word document. </p><p>Harry Potter Lesson Project Summary English Year 5 - 10 </p><p>In this project, students create an information kiosk exploring a variety of aspects of a chosen novel. This lesson project contains seven (7) individual lesson plans which culminate into a final project. Each lesson plan may be used as individual tasks, group work assignments or a whole class project. </p><p>Sun Safety </p><p>Summary Health Year 4 - 6 In this activity, students create a Photo Story video file using still images, text, narration and sound files to advertise and promote sun safety. Throughout this lesson, students will gain an understanding and appreciation of Australias climate and its affect on skin. </p></li><li><p>Which Way? </p><p>Summary English - Years 5 - 6 </p><p>In this activity, students create an interactive choose your own adventure genre slide show using Microsoft PowerPoint. The reader selects the direction of the narrative from two possible hyperlinked choices. Sound files are recorded and imported to accompany the story. </p><p>Walking on the moon </p><p>Summary Science - Years 5 - 6 In this activity students will present information on space using text, video and audio to demonstrate knowledge, understanding and skills. Students will use Microsoft PowerPoint and Producer to present their information. </p><p>Multimedia Book Review </p><p>Summary English Year 5-6 In this activity, students write and narrate a book review on a chosen novel using still images, text and narration and sound files to create a multimedia rich Photo Story file. </p><p>Interactive Keyboard Summary Music Year 5-6 </p><p>In this activity, students will build a replica of a piano keyboard and attach a sound file for each key. Students may then use this interactive keyboard to compose simple melodies. </p><p>Christmas Traditions Summary Social Studies - Years 3-4 </p><p>In this activity, students create an information kiosk where they must research the Christmas traditions of various countries (can use the same concept for other traditions). </p></li><li><p>Endangered Animals </p><p>Summary Social Studies - Years 5-6 In this activity, students choose an endangered animal to research. Gathering images and information from the World Wide Web, students create video file of their chosen animal using Microsoft Photo Story. Students synchronise their video file with an information report created in Microsoft PowerPoint using Microsoft Producer to create a multimedia presentation. </p><p>Stereo Typing Summary Personal Development Year 5-6 </p><p>In this activity, students investigate how stereotypes are used in advertising. Students then create their own advertisement in Photo Story demonstrating how stereotypes are used to promote a product or concept. </p><p>Graphing Dinosaurs Summary Science Year 5-6 </p><p>In this activity, students research the weight, height and length of a chosen dinosaur. Data is recorded into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet and graphed. Students compare the weight, height and length of dinosaurs and formulate hypothesis to explain similarities and differences between the dinosaurs. </p><p>School is Great </p><p>Summary HSIE Kindergarten </p><p>In this lesson students are assisted by the teacher in creating a Microsoft PowerPoint slide show which outlines their favourite places and activities at school. </p></li><li><p>International Dining </p><p>Summary Social Studies Year 5-6 Vegemite is enjoyed by many Australians but is it eaten around the world? In this activity, students research food from around the world and create an international menu using a template in Microsoft Publisher. </p><p>Jumbled Words Summary English Year 5-6 </p><p>This activity shows you how to create a self marking spelling sheet using Microsoft Excel, including IF statements and auto-correct. </p><p>Plurals Summary English Year 5-6 </p><p>This activity shows you how to create a self marking spelling sheet for plurals using Microsoft Excel. </p><p>Ready Steady Think </p><p>Summary English Year 5-6 </p><p>In this activity, students play a game where they are asked to think of word from a theme they are working on within the classroom. From that word, each letter must relate to the clue given for that theme. This activity makes a great class game and also lends itself beautifully to working with an interactive whiteboard. </p></li><li><p>Spell It Write </p><p>Summary English Year 5-6 </p><p>This activity shows you how to create a self marking spelling sheet using Microsoft Excel. </p><p>Australia the Lucky Land </p><p>Studies of Environment Yrs 3 6 </p><p>Working in groups, students create a Photo Story film clip using still images of scenes from Australia to create a music video to accompany the national anthem. </p><p>Famous Australians </p><p>Summary Studies of Society Years 5 6 </p><p>In this lesson students research and present information on a key Australian historical figure. All presentations are then linked via an interactive information kiosk using Microsoft PowerPoint. </p><p>How Far can you Go </p><p>Summary Mathematics Years 4 6 </p><p>Students design and create a template for a paper aeroplane using Microsoft Word. Students then print, fold and fly their aeroplanes recording the distance achieved in an Excel spreadsheet. This data is then illustrated as a graph. </p><p>Australian National Parks </p><p>Summary Social Studies Year 5-6 </p><p>In this activity, students choose a National Park to research and create a virtual postcard using Microsoft Photo Story. Students synchronise their virtual postcard with a PowerPoint presentation detailing the geographical information pertaining to the National Park using Microsoft Producer. </p></li><li><p>Life on the Gold Fields </p><p>Summary Studies of Society Years 5 6 In this lesson students will create an interactive PowerPoint presentation depicting life in the goldfields of Australia. </p><p>Nursery Rhyme Detectives </p><p>Summary English Years 2 4 </p><p>In this activity, students collectively brainstorm a list of nursery rhyme characters such as Goldilocks, Little Boy Blue and Jack and Jill. A mind map of these characters is recorded using Microsoft Word or Visio. Each student is then allocated a character from the mind map which becomes their secret identity. </p><p>Smarty Pants Summary Mathematics Years 3 4 </p><p>In this activity, students graph the colour distribution found in a packet of Skittle lollies, M&amp;Ms, Smarties or similar sweets. Results are compared and recorded against the results of other class members. </p><p>The Human Body </p><p>Summary Science and Technology Years 3 6 </p><p>In this...</p></li></ul>