The “courageous first follower of the lone nut” theory

20 Mar

1. Lone Nut Leadership lesson fun
2. Shakespeare play reader
3. Best sites list for lit essays
4. Blogs – post a comment –
5. Quiz –what’s your reading personality
6. Great infographics on health
7. Web site evaluation process- Howard Rheingold -5 mins This is cut short, so here is text from Howard More vlogs from Howard
8. Podcast – adventures in Library instruction
9. Big twitter, little twitter
10. Australian Curriculum – Barbara Braxton has compiled a summary of themes for each year level which may be useful in terms of Library resources.

Kindergarten – personal and family stories
Year 1 – present and past
Year 2 – heritage (local)
Year 3 – our community/ we remember
Year 4 – First Australians/ early contacts
Year 5 – Colonial lives/ stories of nationhood
Year 6 – Australia, the British Empire and Asia. New Australians
Year 7 – What is History?/ What was the Ancient World/ Egypt, Greece or Rome/ China, India or Australasia
Year 8 – Overview of the Medieval world/ Medieval Europe/ Asian societies/ Expanding horizons
Year 9 – Overview of the making of the modern world and Australia/
Technology, progress and social change/ Asia and the Pacific world. The making of the Australian nation
Year 10 Overview of Australia in the modern world/ The Great War and its aftermath/ Struggles for freedom and rights/ Social and cultural influences

Each theme has sub-themes –

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