FEDERAL ELECTION RESOURCES - 18 MAY 2019
Federal Election Issues 2019 secondary .pdf
Federal Election 2019 Word Wall - secondary.pdf
Federal Elections 2019 Word Wall Answers - secondary.pdf
Democracy and law in action
Students continue to build on their understanding of the concepts of the Westminster system, democracy and participation. They investigate the types of law in Australia and how they are made. They consider the responsibilities and freedoms of citizens, and how Australians can actively participate in their democracy. Students explore the different perspectives of Australian identity.
Students develop increasing independence in critical thinking and skill application, which includes questioning, researching, analysing, evaluating, communicating and reflecting. They apply these skills to investigate events, developments, issues and phenomena, both historical and contemporary.
Course Outline (including curriculum, resources, assessment tasks and excursion ideas links)
Course Outline Making Laws.pdf
During this 60-minute visit to the Constitutional Centre students explore the constitutional powers given to the State Parliament to make laws. Students consider a contemporary issue and follow its path as it progresses from Bill to Act (ACHCK063, ACHCK066)
Note: The WA Electoral Education Centre can conduct a voting activity as a second part of the program to complement Making Laws. (ACHCK062) Joint bookings are encouraged
This program is not always available. Please call the Centre on 08 6552 6222
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Pre Visit Resources
Pre-Visit plastic bag survey.pdf
Post Visit Resources