SMART RESOURCE | This multipurpose visual language resource presents twenty-nine images ready to use in your individualised ANZAC Day programme. This motivational visual resource prompts students to discuss the conditions and heroic deeds that took place on the Gallipoli Peninsula during W.W.1. The images can form the What do I need to know? inquiry questions for students to complete a study of the ANZACs.
SMART RESOURCE | The Inquiry resource is based on the commemoration of ANZAC Day. The resource includes background information of the meaning and traditions of ANZAC Day, key questions, and possible discussion questions for the Inquiry. Students are invited to respond to ANZAC Day by drawing and labelling symbols and traditions practiced on the day .
SMART RESOURCE | The Inquiry resource is based on Horace Moores portrait The Man with the Donkey. The resource includes background information of the role of the stretcher- bearer at Gallipoli, three key questions and eight discussion questions for the Inquiry. Students are invited to respond to the Inquiry by creating a portrait of the Medical Corps and donkey working at Gallipoli.
SMART RESOURCE | The Inquiry resource is based on aspects of the Gallipoli campaign: Animals at War, Life in the Trenches, The Landing, and Troop Technology. The students are invited to write, make-create, and Inquire about these topics with the reference and support of ten original war photos. An excellent resource to explore the rigours of life in Gallipoli.
SMART RESOURCE: ANZAC Day commemoration - sixty-one printable word cards with illustrations. Excellent resource for History and Inquiry-based Learning through vocabulary. A first rate resource for a word wall display during an ANZAC Day study. Also includes a vocabulary list and a map of the 1915 landings at the Gallipoli Peninsula.
SMART RESOURCE | A set of eight symbols to commemorate the tradition of ANZAC Day for lower primary students. Students reflect on ANZAC Day and learn that the past is important to people. They also learn how people made significant contributions to our society and that traditions and values are important to belonging to groups. Resource includes symbol charts, matching symbol with symbol and tradition cards, two activity sheets and video links with a story about ANZAC Day and also individual videos explaining ANZAC Day symbols and traditions. (Updated)
SMART RESOURCE | FONT OPTION: Fifteen question and answer cards about the Gallipoli campaign. The Q & A outlines the facts about and symbols of ANZAC Day. A written response quiz sheet is also included in the resource together with a colouring Lest We Forget poster and a Quiz, Quiz, Trade activity.
SMART RESOURCE: ANZAC Day Commemoration resource comprises over sixty printable word cards with illustrations. Match the word card with the illustration card to develop vocabulary knowledge. The resource can be adapted to play games such as Memory and Go Fish. An excellent activity for an Anzac Day study. Also included in the resource is a vocabulary list and a vintage World War I poster.
SMART RESOURCE | Students read the ANZAC cards then discuss the explanation of the meaning of ANZAC Day. They are prompted to write an explanation by answering the question What does ANZAC Day mean to you? Landscape format.
SMART RESOURCE | An Inquiry-based resource including activity sheets and individual activity cards. The inquiry is organised into three groups: research and read, record and write, and make and construct activities. Each group has five ANZAC questions. The activity sheets are suitable for pasting into books whereas the individual cards could be laminated and used as discussion points during a Think-Pair-Share class learning. Also included is a ANZAC Day title page and the poem In Flanders Fields.
SMART RESOURCE | A collection of two sets of nine images symbolising ANZAC Day. The students are prompted to give an opinion with the question: How does this image symbolise the ANZAC spirit? This resource supports Inquiry-based Learning through the integration of visual, oral and written language. Each set of images has a colour background and a white background. Landscape format.
SMART RESOURCE | A collection of nine images symbolising ANZAC Day. Students are invited to give an opinion by answering the question: How does this image symbolise the ANZAC spirit? They are also asked to write a caption for each image. There are two sets of images -colour for teacher modelling and a greyscale set for students activities. Two blank cards are included which can be used as a postcard template for further writing. This resource supports Inquiry-based Learning through the integration of visual, oral and written language. Landscape format.
SMART RESOURCE: A set of five vintage posters advertising the call to arms for the Gallipoli campaign. Through a set of seven inquiry questions students are guided to interpret and analyse the posters, then to synthesise the information to design a poster that honours the Gallipoli campaign. The resource has activity sheets for each poster question. After discussion the students may respond to the question in written form. A map of the 1915 landings at the Gallipoli Peninsula is included.