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Preview sample content from our new Year 7 Humanities resource with the same features across Years 7-10.
You are fully covered, whether you choose to teach Rome, China, civics or liveability. Every topic is covered in-depth, with skills and knowledge explicitly mapped for Years 7-10. Deep dive or take a whistle-stop tour of a topic, you have content and activities that are ready-to-go.
High-quality editable and downloadable teacher slides for every single topic. There are Knowledge slides and Skills slides. These include learning intentions and success measures, guiding questions, theory, activities, and checking for understanding. Use as is, or add and remove the content you need for your students.
Each set of Skills slides focuses on a specific Humanities skill, helping to make sure your students are developing the skills they will in Humanities while also learning the content.
Knowledge slides cover the topics that you know get students excited. Hooks and activities in each slide set will get students buzzing, with theory that connects topics to students’ lives.
Humanities skills are embedded throughout the resource. These are backwards mapped from what students will need for success in the senior years, including VCE.
Each Skills lesson includes an activity to help students practise what they are learning. Each activity also includes a detailed sample answer, to help students make progress and learn.
Each Knowledge lesson also includes a student activity to practise the skill learnt in the related Skills lesson. For example, when students learn about Ancient China, you can practise identifying perspectives from the past - which is covered in-depth in the matching Skills lesson.
Each set of Skills and Knowledge slides includes a set of questions to assess students’ comprehension, while getting them to apply what they’ve learnt. Completing the questions online, students can also access a detailed sample answer and checklist to help them reflect and assess their own response.
This Year 7 topic (aligned to the Victorian Curriculum Content Standard VCGGK111) focuses on improving liveability in sustainable ways. The hook slide at the start introduces the example of Seoul, South Korea, which has improved livability since 2010 for its 70 million residents.
Examples of livability using a skatepark, public transport and waste management unpack the concept before students are asked to assess liveability initiatives and interpret livability data in the accompanying question set and skills activity.
This Year 7 topic (aligned to the Victorian Curriculum Content Standard VCHHK110) focuses on the contribution of different groups to ancient Chinese society. Students explore the hierarchy within ancient Chinese society, look at different social classes and the role of key emperors in shaping the society.
Students then apply the skill of identifying perspectives from the past by writing a diary entry from the perspective of someone in ancient China.
This Year 7 topic (aligned to the Victorian Curriculum Content Standard VCGGC104) introduces students to geospatial technologies. Students are first encouraged to think about the similarities between an iPhone and a pigeon- both of which are able to navigate using spatial information. Students then look at 5 common types of spatial technologies, and are introduced to a simple framework to help them make sense of spatial imagery.
To apply the skill of interpreting information from spatial imagery, students compare two images related to deforestation, and use the framework introduced during the lesson as scaffold to respond.
This Year 7 topic (aligned to the Victorian Curriculum Content Standard VCHHC104) introduces students to the concept of historical significance. Students review examples of historically significant events and people, and are introduced to a skills framework to assess whether an event or person is historically significant.
To apply the skill of assessing cultural significance, students look at the invention of the iPhone and use the skills framework introduced in the lesson to assess its historical significance.
Edrolo is a complete package for both teacher-led and self-directed learning. It saves an immense amount of teacher's time, planning and looking for resources.
We are so impressed with the Year 7 Edrolo resources. One of the things we love most is that students can review and revise content at their own pace, and as teachers we can easily track student progress and see who needs extra help through the online platform.
Every Years 7-10 Humanities topic is covered in-depth, with teacher slides, activities and explicit skills teaching to get students hooked on the Humanities.
We’ve mapped the progression of Humanities skills from Year 7 to VCE. Each subject and year level has a skills chapter that scaffolds students for success now, and in the senior years. Accompanying skills frameworks help tie it all together so students make progress and learn.
A suite of quality digital resources, made by experienced Humanities teachers, organised and packaged up to save teacher prep time. Editable teacher slides, knowledge and skills activities aligned to the Victorian Curriculum, and online auto-marking.
Every theory lesson contains an embedded activity based on a key Humanities skill. Students can use the detailed sample answer to self-reflect and build their independent learning skills.
More content and activities than you need for any lesson, so you’re fully covered. Plus extra support for beginning and out-of-field teachers. Use this checklist to make sure you’re getting the best Humanities resource.
Students will love exploring the topics of the Humanities, with content they can understand and explore, activities to get them engaged, all structured to scaffold learning.
Students won’t wonder why they’re learning about Ancient Egypt or water cycles, with real-world examples, explanations and questions connecting content to their lives.
Fully-worked solutions for questions help students understand any errors and make progress, whether in class or at home.
The colours, font and graphics help students easily scan, read and focus on the content. Photos, graphics and real-world examples make the content fun and engaging.