Look around at the young faces at a Dawn Service or Anzac March and you will quickly realize community interest in Anzac Day and World War One is at an all-time high. The events of Gallipoli in 1915 and the profound impact they had on the values and identity of generations of Australians and New Zealanders fascinates and engages young people. But teaching about Anzac traditions and wartime experiences can be challenging for educators working in today's diverse classrooms with multi-age, multi-ability learning groups.
Remembering the Great War: World War One and Anzac Inquiry Resources for Diverse Learners is a resource book that guides educators through the process of teaching World War One and Anzac traditions using an inquiry- or project-based learning approach. It includes:
- a detailed summary of key events from 1914–1919;
- student pages with historical images, text prompts and inquiry starters;
- teacher pages with background details and research guidance;
- specific tips for meeting diverse learning needs;
- copiable templates to create a bibliography, word wall and project summary.
This exciting new title supports educators in meeting the diverse needs of all learners through an inquiry or project learning approach.
Remembering the Great War: World War One and Anzac Inquiry Resources for Diverse Learners has been written by experienced Australian author and special educator Anne Vize, who has worked with and written extensively for young people with diverse learning needs.
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