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Roles, responsibilities and participation

Students continue to build on their understanding of the concepts of democratic values, justice and rights and responsibilities as they further develop their understanding of laws, including how they are enforced and how they affect the lives of citizens. Students are introduced to the concept of the Westminster system as they explore the key features of Australia's electoral process.

Students develop their understanding and application of skills, including questioning and researching, analysing, evaluating, communicating and reflecting. They apply these skills to their daily learning experiences and to investigate events, developments, issues and phenomena, both historical and contemporary.

Democracy

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Course Outline (including curriculum, resources, assessment tasks and excursion ideas links)

 Democracy Course Outline.pdf     

     

 

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Democracy

This 60-minute visit to the Constitutional Centre discusses the meaning of democracy and investigates the key values of Australia's democracy. Students participate in a series of interactive activities to reinforce these concepts. A fun, educational 'game show' will be used to consolidate their learning. (ACHASSK115)

Note: To complement Democracy   -  a separate program on voting is available from the Electoral Education Centre (6552 6077) (ACHASSK116)

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Pre Visit Resources

DEMOCRACY TN.pdf

Democracy Crossword worksheet.pdf

Democracy Crossword answers.pdf


Post Visit Resources

 Australia's Democracy worksheet.pdf

Values of Democracy Word Wall.pdf


Acknowledgement of Country

The Government of Western Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.