Part 1 – Practical Activities (1250 words)

Create a folio of five (5) practical activities if you are a Postgraduate student or ten (10) practical activities if you are an Undergraduate student, that cover a range of curriculum topics and skills from AC: Business (Years 7-10) (LO1). For the purposes of this assignment your activities should each aim to be 30 minutes long.
For each activity you must:
Clearly identify which Year Group and AC: Business Depth Study (key knowledge and key skills) being addressed
Clearly explain the activity (purpose, method and resources)
Clearly identify how diverse learner backgrounds and needs are catered for;
Clearly identify how student higher order thinking is promoted
Explain how provision is made for assessment of student learning and feedback;
Identify how cross curricular priorities and General Capabilities of the Australian Curriculum are incorporated, including the integration of literacy and numeracy.
Part 2 – Critical Reflection (250 words)
Reflect on the process of developing your activities and evaluate the ways in which your activities promote student higher order thinking, cater for the needs of diverse learners, and address the Cross Curricular Priorities and General Capabilities of the Australian Curriculum within the context of the AC: Business. (LO4)
Due date:                                            5.00pm, Saturday 29th of March, 2018
Weighting:                                          30% (Postgrad) 50% (Undergrad)
Length and/or format:                      1500 words
Purpose:                                            Demonstrate business inquiry skills
Learning outcomes assessed:      1. Demonstrate mastery of the concepts, substance and structure of the content and teaching strategies of Business, and an in-depth understanding of how students learn in Business.
4. Analyse the relationships between learning task design, student learning and expertise, higher order thinking, assessment, feedback and reporting in Business, and apply to the development and modification of own teaching practice.
Assessment criteria:                        Refer to Assessment 1 criteria sheet in Appendix.

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Part 1 – Practical Activities (1250 words)

Create a folio of five (5) practical activities if you are a Postgraduate student or ten (10) practical activities if you are an Undergraduate student, that cover a range of curriculum topics and skills from AC: Business (Years 7-10) (LO1). For the purposes of this assignment your activities should each aim to be 30 minutes long.
For each activity you must:
Clearly identify which Year Group and AC: Business Depth Study (key knowledge and key skills) being addressed
Clearly explain the activity (purpose, method and resources)
Clearly identify how diverse learner backgrounds and needs are catered for;
Clearly identify how student higher order thinking is promoted
Explain how provision is made for assessment of student learning and feedback;
Identify how cross curricular priorities and General Capabilities of the Australian Curriculum are incorporated, including the integration of literacy and numeracy.
Part 2 – Critical Reflection (250 words)
Reflect on the process of developing your activities and evaluate the ways in which your activities promote student higher order thinking, cater for the needs of diverse learners, and address the Cross Curricular Priorities and General Capabilities of the Australian Curriculum within the context of the AC: Business. (LO4)
Due date:                                            5.00pm, Saturday 29th of March, 2018
Weighting:                                          30% (Postgrad) 50% (Undergrad)
Length and/or format:                      1500 words
Purpose:                                            Demonstrate business inquiry skills
Learning outcomes assessed:      1. Demonstrate mastery of the concepts, substance and structure of the content and teaching strategies of Business, and an in-depth understanding of how students learn in Business.
4. Analyse the relationships between learning task design, student learning and expertise, higher order thinking, assessment, feedback and reporting in Business, and apply to the development and modification of own teaching practice.
Assessment criteria:                        Refer to Assessment 1 criteria sheet in Appendix.

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