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Year 6 History

Let’s teach! Primary provides all you need for a complete program for Year 6 History. Including full lesson plans, differentiation, digital lessons and downloadable resource sheets, this platform is designed for ease of use by every teacher, for every student.

To ensure teaching and learning needs are met, this digital tool is curriculum-aligned, with lessons written to the Australian Curriculum and mapped to both the Victorian and Western Australian Curriculums, as well as the NSW syllabus.

All lesson content is adapted from R.I.C. Publications’ range of history resources. Having been reviewed and developed by teachers, and with teacher feedback, this content is tried and trusted internationally, while incorporating new teaching and learning techniques to suit the modern classroom. See R.I.C.’s history range here.

LTP Year 6 History online teaching plans provide a study of the recent past, the present and the near future within the context of the student’s own world. Through four units—Federation, Democracy, Migrant Groups and Developing Australian Society—students will explore how changes occur over time in relation to themselves, their own families, and the places they and others belong to; while they examine their daily life in comparison to previous generations.

Each unit in Year 6 History focuses on one or more key inquiry questions, including:

  • Unit 1—Why and how did Australia become a nation?
  • Unit 2—How did Australian society change throughout the twentieth century?
  • Unit 3—Who were the people who came to Australia? Why did they come?
  • Unit 4—What contribution have significant individuals and groups made to the development of Australian society?

The Year 6 History worksheets provided are designed to help students explore these concepts in a more practical way to improve their understanding and develop their knowledge. These are able to be completed digitally, or printed and distributed, making them ideal for both classroom and remote learning.

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