WA SCSA Map: Foundation

Health and Physical Education / Personal, social and community healthCommunitySustainabilitySocial JusticeCreativityIdentityChangeDiscoveryConnectionsIntroduction
Being Healthy, Safe And ActivePersonal strengths of individuals
The different parts of the body and where they are located
Protective behaviours to keep safe and healthy: saying 'no', moving away, telling an adult, asking for help.
Trusted people in the community who can help individuals feel safe
Communicating And Interacting For Health And Well BeingPersonal and social skills to interact with others: expressing needs, wants and feelings, active listening self-discipline
Emotional responses individuals may experience in different situations, such as feeling: happy, sad, excited, tired, angry, scared, confused
Contributing To Healthy And Active CommunitiesActions that promote health, safety and wellbeing, such as: eating healthy food, practising appropriate personal hygiene routines, identifying household substances that can be dangerous, following safety symbols and procedures
Safe active play in outdoor settings and the natural environment

Humanities and Social Sciences / Knowledge and understanding / GeographyCommunitySustainabilitySocial JusticeCreativityIdentityChangeDiscoveryConnectionsIntroduction
People live in placesThe globe as a representation of the Earth on which Australia and other familiar countries can be located
The places people live in and belong to (e.g. neighbourhood, suburb, town, rural locality), the familiar features in the local area and why places are important to people (e.g. provides basic needs)
The reasons some places are special to people and how they can be looked after, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples' places of significance
The representation of familiar places, such as schools, parks and lakes on a pictorial map

Humanities and Social Sciences / Knowledge and understanding / HistoryCommunitySustainabilitySocial JusticeCreativityIdentityChangeDiscoveryConnectionsIntroduction
Personal and family historiesWho the people in their family are, where they were born and raised and showing how they are related to each other, using simple family trees
How they, their family and friends commemorate past events that are important to them (e.g. birthdays, religious festivals, family reunions, community commemorations)
How the stories of families and the past can be communicated and passed down from generation to generation (e.g. photographs, artefacts, books, oral histories, digital media, museums) and how the stories may differ, depending on who is telling them
The different structures of families and family groups today (e.g. nuclear, only child, large, single parent, extended, blended, adoptive parent, grandparent) and what they have in common
The past in the presentThe impact of changing technology on people's lives (e.g. at home, work, travel, communication, leisure, toys) and how the technology of the past differs from what is used today

Humanities and Social Sciences / Humanities and Social Sciences skillsCommunitySustainabilitySocial JusticeCreativityIdentityChangeDiscoveryConnectionsIntroduction
Questioning And ResearchingIdentify prior knowledge about a topic (e.g. shared discussion, think-pair-share)
Explore a range of sources (e.g. observations, interviews, photographs, print texts, digital sources)
Sort and record information and/or data into simple categories (e.g. use graphic organisers, drawings)
AnalysingProcess information and/or data collected (e.g. sequence familiar events, answer questions, discuss observations)
Explore points of view (e.g. understand that their point of view may differ from others)
Represent information gathered in different formats (e.g. drawings, diagrams, story maps, role-plays)
EvaluatingDraw conclusions based on discussions of observations (e.g. answer questions, contribute to guided discussions)
Participate in decision-making processes (e.g. engage in group discussions, make shared decisions)
Communicating And ReflectingShare observations and ideas, using everyday language (e.g. oral retell, drawing, role-play)
Develop texts (e.g. retell, describe personal stories)
Reflect on learning (e.g. drawings, discussions)

Science v8.1 / Science UnderstandingCommunitySustainabilitySocial JusticeCreativityIdentityChangeDiscoveryConnectionsIntroduction
Biological SciencesLiving things have basic needs, including food and water 
Chemical SciencesObjects are made of materials that have observable properties 
Earth And Space SciencesDaily and seasonal changes in our environment affect everyday life 
Physical SciencesThe way objects move depends on a variety of factors, including their size and shape 

Science v8.1 / Science as a Human EndeavourCommunitySustainabilitySocial JusticeCreativityIdentityChangeDiscoveryConnectionsIntroduction
Nature And Development Of ScienceScience involves observing, asking questions about, and describing changes in, objects and events 

Science v8.1 / Science Inquiry SkillsCommunitySustainabilitySocial JusticeCreativityIdentityChangeDiscoveryConnectionsIntroduction
Questioning And PredictingPose and respond to questions about familiar objects and events 
Planning And ConductingParticipate in guided investigations and make observations using the senses
Processing And Analysing Data And InformationEngage in discussions about observations and represent ideas 
CommunicatingShare observations and ideas 

Technologies / Design and Technologies / Knowledge and understandingCommunitySustainabilitySocial JusticeCreativityIdentityChangeDiscoveryConnectionsIntroduction
Technologies And SocietyPeople produce familiar products to meet personal and community needs

Technologies / Design and Technologies / Knowledge and understanding / Technologies ContextsCommunitySustainabilitySocial JusticeCreativityIdentityChangeDiscoveryConnectionsIntroduction
Engineering principles and systemsWays in which objects move: push, pull, bounce, slide, fall, spin, float  
Materials and technologies specialisationsCharacteristics of materials can be explored using senses

Technologies / Design and Technologies / Processes and production skillsCommunitySustainabilitySocial JusticeCreativityIdentityChangeDiscoveryConnectionsIntroduction
Investigating and definingExplore needs for design
DesigningGenerate and record design ideas through describing, drawing, modelling and/or a sequence of written or spoken steps
Producing and implementingUse given components and equipment to safely make simple solutions
EvaluatingUse personal preferences to evaluate the success of simple solutions
Collaborating and managingWork independently, or with others when required, for solutions

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