Feral Focus

National Studies of Society and Environment curriculum framework

Student outcomes and links to relevant activities

Feral Focus links directly to the following curriculum profiles and is designed for secondary students up to year 10.

Level 5 - Studies of Society and Environment

Strand

Organiser

Outcome

Evident when students:

Activity

Time, Continuity and Change

Interpretations and perspectives

5.3 Interprets people's motives and actions from various perspectives.

  • Compare differing motives of two or more people about the same issue (people taking the same side on an environmental issue).
  • Describe how different people view the same event or issue differently according to their perspectives.

Place and Space

Care of places

5.6 Explains why various individuals and groups have differing views on issues related to caring for places.

  • Use written evidence to suggest reasons for the views held by individuals and groups involved in an issue related to caring for places.
  • Use role-play and debate to display awareness of reasons for different viewpoints about an issue related to caring for places.
  • Analyse the main elements and underlaying values of arguments presented by groups and individuals involved in an issue related to caring for places.

Level 7 - Studies of Society and Environment

Strand

Organiser

Outcome

Evident when students:

Activity

Natural and Social Systems

Natural systems

7.13 Analyses different viewpoints about ecological sustainability and the management of natural systems

  • Consider issues involved in pest control by identifying viewpoints, discussing the role of groups involved and analysing proposed solutions.

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