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  • Temples, Tombs And Treasures

    greatlearning.com/ipc

    Ancient civilisations: Egypt and Sumer

    http://www.greatlearning.com/ipc

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    Contents

    Contents

    Basic Information

    Learning Goals

    Assessment for Learning

    The Entry Point

    Knowledge Harvest

    The Big Idea

    Explaining The Theme

    The Big Picture

    History Learning Goals

    History Task 01

    History Task 02

    History Task 03

    History Task 04

    History Task 05

    History Task 06

    History Task 07

    History Task 08

    History Task 09

    History Task 10

    History Task 11

    History Task 12

    History Extension Task

    Music Learning Goals

    Music Task 1

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    Music Task 2

    Music Extension Task

    Art Learning Goals

    Art Task 1

    Art Task 2

    Art Extension Task

    International Learning Goals

    International Task

    International Extension Task

    The Exit Point

    Resources

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  • Basic Information

    This section details the time allocation for this unit of work, links to other subjects and Assessment for Learning opportunities.

    Timings

    This unit of work is intended to last about 6 ¾ weeks.

    The following suggested timings are approximate guides and are dependent on each school's individual context.

    No of Hours No of Weeks

    Entry Point, Knowledge Harvest, Explain the Theme 4 ½

    History 34 4 ¼

    Music 4 ½

    Art 6 ¾

    International 4 ½

    Exit Point 2 ¼

    Links to other IPC subjects

    ICT & Computing learning goals are included in the above subject learning. Links to Art, Geography and Technology are provided at the end of tasks where appropriate.

    Language Arts and Mathematics links

    Suggestions of how to include links to Language Arts and Mathematics are provided where appropriate at the end of tasks.

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  • Learning Goals

    Art Learning Goals

    Children will:

    2.01 Know how a number of artists - including some from their home country and the host country - use forms, materials and processes to suit their purpose

    2.03 Be able to use art as a means of self expression

    2.04 Be able to choose materials and techniques which are appropriate for their task

    2.05 Be able to explain their own work in terms of what they have done and why

    2.06 Be able to talk about works of art, giving reasons for their opinions

    History Learning Goals

    Children will:

    2.01 Know about the main events, dates and characteristics of the past societies they have studied

    2.02 Know about the lives of people in those periods

    2.03 Know about the main similarities and differences between the past societies they have studied

    2.04 Be able to give some reasons for particular events and changes

    2.05 Be able to gather information from simple sources

    2.06 Be able to use their knowledge and understanding to answer simple questions about the past and about changes

    2.07 Understand that the past can be considered in terms of different time periods

    2.08 Understand that the past has been recorded in a variety of different ways

    International Learning Goals

    Children will:

    2.01 Know about some of the similarities and differences between the different home countries and between them and the host country

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  • 2.02 Know about ways in which these similarities and differences affect the lives of people

    2.03 Be able to identify activities and cultures which are different from but equal to their own

    Music Learning Goals

    Children will:

    2.01 Know how a number of musicians - including some from their home country and the host country - organise sounds and use them expressively

    2.02 Know how a number of musicians - including some from their home country and the host country - choose sounds and instruments which are appropriate for their task

    2.03 Be able to recognise and explore the ways that sounds can be organised and used expressively

    2.04 Be able to sing in tune and with expression

    2.05 Be able to perform simple pieces rhythmically using a limited range of notes

    2.06 Be able to improvise repeated patterns

    2.07 Be able to compose simple pieces to create intended effects

    2.08 Be able to choose sounds and instruments which are appropriate for their task

    2.09 Be able to improve their own work, having regard to the intended effect

    2.10 Be able to explain their own work in terms of what they have done and why

    2.13 Understand how musical elements are combined and varied to create different effects

    ICT & Computing Opportunities

    The table below shows you where you can cover the following ICT & Computing Learning Goals.

    Task Goals

    History Extension Task 2.4, 2.5, 2.7

    History Task 12 2.4, 2.5, 2.7

    History Task 7 2.4, 2.5, 2.7

    Music Extension Task 2.4, 2.5

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  • Assessment for Learning

    Are your children busy, or are they busy learning? This is the question that we need to be able to answer throughout each IPC unit – what improvements are being made to children’s learning as a result of studying this theme?

    There are three areas of learning to reflect on, and three types of learning to assess.

    The Three Areas of Learning: Academic, Personal and International

    The three areas include academic, personal and international learning. To reflect on these, you will need access to the IPC Learning Goals for each subject (including International) and the IPC Personal Goals – a list of these can be found in Appendix A of the IPC Implementation File. You can also find a full list of IPC Learning Goals in the Assess section of the Members’ Lounge.

    The Three Types of Learning: Knowledge, Skills and Understanding

    The three types of learning include knowledge, skills and understanding. We believe that differentiating between knowledge, skills and understanding is crucial to the development of children’s learning. We also believe that knowledge, skills and understanding have their own distinct characteristics that impact on how each is planned for, learned, taught, assessed and reported on. The implications of these differences are therefore far-reaching and deserve proper consideration.

    Knowledge refers to factual information. Knowledge is relatively straightforward to teach and assess (through quizzes, tests, multiple choice, etc.), even if it is not always that easy to recall. You can ask your children to research the knowledge they have to learn but you could also tell them the knowledge they need to know. Knowledge is continually changing and expanding – this is a challenge for schools that have to choose what knowledge children should know and learn in a restricted period of time.

    The IPC does not provide examples of knowledge assessment (tests or exams) as the knowledge content of the curriculum can be adapted to any national curricula requirements.

    Skills refer to things children are able to do. Skills have to be learned practically and need time to be practiced. The good news about skills is the more your practice, the better you get at them! Skills are also transferable and tend to be more stable than knowledge – this is true for almost all school subjects.

    The IPC supports skills tracking and assessment through the IPC Assessment for Learning Programme. This programme includes Teachers’ Rubrics, Children’s Rubrics and Learning Advice.

    Understanding refers to the development or ‘grasping’ of conceptual ideas, the ‘lightbulb’ moment that we all strive for. Understanding is always developing.

    The IPC units can’t assess understanding for you, but they do allow you to provide a whole range of diffe

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