Unit 7

Games and Sport

Victorian Curriculum

Strand

  • Physical, Personal and Social Learning
  • Interdisciplinary Learning

Physical, Personal and Social Learning

Domain

  • Health and Physical Education

Dimension

  • Movement and physical activity
  • Health knowledge and promotion

Element of Standard

  • Movement and physical activity:
    • Refine basic and complex motor skills and apply these skills in increasingly complex games and activities.
    • Describe and analyse the various roles required in competitive sports.
    • Work in a group to create a game, and establish rules and procedures for its safe conduct.
  • Health knowledge and promotion:
    • Identify and discuss the validity of the ways in which people define their own and other people's identity.

Domain

  • Civics and Citizenship

Dimension

  • Civic knowledge and understanding
  • Community engagement

Element of Standard

  • Civic knowledge and understanding:
    • They explain the concept of multiculturalism and describe the contribution of various cultural groups, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, to Australian identity.
  • Community engagement:
    • They explain the concept of multiculturalism and describe the contribution of various cultural.

Interdiscip linary Learning

Domain

  • Thinking processes

Dimension

  • Creativity

Element of Standard

  • Students use creative thinking strategies to generate imaginative solutions when solving problems.
  • They demonstrate creativity in their thinking in a range of contexts and test the possibilities of concrete and abstract ideas generated by themselves and others.

Domain

  • Communication

Dimension

  • Presenting

Element of Standard

  • Students summarise and organise ideas and information, logically and clearly in a range of presentations.

Disciplined-based learning

Domain

  • The Humanities - History

Dimension

  • Historical knowledge and understanding

Element of Standard

  • Students demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of significant events in Australian history including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history.
  • They demonstrate an understanding of the histories of some cultural groups which make up Australia today.
  • They compare and contrast the values and beliefs of Australians and people of other cultures.
  • They compare aspects of different.