Year 12 Children, Family and Community ATAR

Updated 20/2/19

SGM partner: Lake Joondalup Baptist College

Course Outline 2019

Week

Syllabus dot points Unit 3 and 4

Learning Activities

Assessments

1

Sem 1

⦿ compare, analyse and apply information from primary and secondary sources

⦿ impact of the Millennium Development Goals

eradicating extreme poverty and hunger

achieving universal primary education

promoting gender equality and empowering women

reducing child mortality rates

improving maternal health

combating HIV/AIDS, malaria, and other diseases

ensuring environmental sustainability

developing a global partnership for development

Introduction to course

  • Course structure
  • Assessments

Primary and secondary sources

What is a community?

Millennium Development Goals

Targets and Impacts of Goals

Millennium Development Villages

 

Set Task 1: Communities

1

Sem 1

2

⦿ impact of the Millennium Development Goals

principles of community development

sustainability

diversity

human rights

social justice

addressing disadvantage

valuing local knowledge, culture, skills and resources

Millennium Development Goals continued

Principles of community development

sustainability

diversity

human rights

social justice

addressing disadvantage

valuing local knowledge, culture, skills and resources

Apply principles to relevant communities

2

3

⦿ roles and responsibilities of individuals, families, communities and government in the formation of community partnerships

⦿ factors that influence social cohesion within different community structures in Australia and overseas

⦿ the relationship between social cohesion, social systems and a sustainable society

Community Partnerships

Advantages and disadvantages

⦿ Role of government in community partnerships

Examples of community partnerships including roles and responsibilities of partners Social Cohesion

Factors influencing social cohesion – Australia and overseas

Relationship between social cohesion, social systems and a sustainable society using examples

3

4

⦿ the relationship between social cohesion, social systems and a sustainable society

Relationship between social cohesion, social systems and a sustainable society using examples

Revision for Task 2 – Test 1

Work on Task 1

*** School ball Thursday, Pupil free Friday

4

5

⦿ social, cultural, environmental, economic and political factors impacting on the growth and development of population groups in Australian and overseas communities

Impact of factors affecting Development in an overseas community

Task 2 – Test 1

5

6

⦿ social, cultural, environmental, economic and political factors impacting on the growth and development of population groups in Australian and overseas communities

⦿ influence of individual and group actions to create and maintain sustainable patterns of living

Impact of factors affecting Development in an overseas community

Task 1 Due: Communities

Sustainability and sustainable patterns of living -definition,

Individual and community strategies to support the sustainable use of resources

Friday – Foodbank excursion periods 1 – 3

6

7

⦿ the application of the Five Capitals Model of sustainable development (natural, human, social, manufactured and financial resources) to improve community wellbeing

Set Task 3 – Sustainable care group

5 capitals model

Resources including Human/ Non -human resources

Examples of sustainable communities

7

8

⦿ the application of the Triple Bottom Line theory to the provision of a community service or system

⦿ apply self-management skills and strategies to support the sustainable use of resources that contribute to individual, group and population goals

⦿ analyse ethical, technological and sustainable features of existing products, services and systems designed for individuals and families

The triple bottom line model

Work on Task 3 – Sustainable care group

 

Using self-management skills and strategies to support the sustainable use of resources

Individual, group and population goals

Ethical, technological and sustainable features of existing products, services and systems

8

9

⦿ current national or global issues or trends that influence people’s actions to create sustainable patterns of living

National and global issues or trend

Relate to sustainable patterns of living

Revision for Task 4

Task 4: Test 2

9

10

⦿ developmental theories in terms of the interrelationship between social, cultural, biological and environmental factors

⦿ Bronfenbrenner’s theory of ecological systems– the five environmental systems

the interrelationship of the five environmental systems in Bronfenbrenner’s ecological systems theory and their impact on the development of individuals

⦿ Piaget’s theory of cognitive development and Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development and the relationship between biological and environmental aspects of growth and development

⦿ Piaget’s theory of cognitive development – the four stages of cognitive development, including
sub-stages

Developmental theorists

What is a theory?

Social, Cultural, Biological and Environmental factors

Bronfenbrenner

the five environmental systems

the interrelationship of the five environmental systems

impact on the development of individuals

strengths and weakness

Implications for caregivers

Social, Cultural, Biological and Environmental factors

Piaget

Key beliefs

the four stages of cognitive development, including
sub-stages

strengths and weakness

Social, Cultural, Biological and Environmental factors

Implications for caregivers

10

1

 

Task 3:Sustainable community project due – write validation

Continue with theorists

Task 3: Tuesday

Sustainable community project due – write validation Wednesday

2

⦿ Erikson’s theory of psychosocial development – the eight developmental stages

⦿ Vygotsky’s theory of sociocultural development

zone of proximal development

scaffolding

more knowledgeable other

language development

Erikson

Key beliefs

the eight developmental stages

strengths and weakness

Implications for caregivers

Social, Cultural, Biological and Environmental factors

Vygotsky

zone of proximal development

scaffolding

more knowledgeable other

language development

strengths and weakness

Implications for caregivers

 

3

⦿ developmental theories in terms of the interrelationship between social, cultural, biological and environmental factors

Social, Cultural, Biological and Environmental factors of each theorist

Comparing Developmental Theories – Venn diagrams

Revision for Task 5: Test 3

Task 5: Test 3

Task 5: Test 3 Wednesday

Piaget, Vygotsky, Bronfenbrenner, Erikson

4

 

Exam revision

 

5

 

Task 6:Semester 1 Written examination

Task 6: Semester One Examination

6

 

Task 6:Semester 1 Written examination

Task 6: Semester One Examination

7&8

Sem 2

⦿ social, cultural, environmental, economic and political factors impacting on the growth and development of population groups in Australian and overseas communities

⦿ influence of changing societal attitudes and values on the development, management and use of community support systems

Return exam

Focus groups: Homeless

Research the needs and challenges of the focus group- relate to factors affecting development

Changing societal attitudes and values- how these impact on community support systems e.g. single parent families, FIFO, recycling , new energy sources,

Influences on changing societal attitudes and values e.g. media, laws, religion

Relate attitudes and values to the homeless

 

9

⦿ principles of equity, diversity and human rights of individuals

⦿ purpose of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights 1948

Human Rights – definition and issues

Principle of Equity, Diversity and Human Rights:

relate to focus group

Universal declaration of human rights 1948

Set Task 7: Human Rights

Set Task 7: Human Rights

10

⦿ the protection of the rights of children in Australia and globally

⦿ principles of Australia’s Human Rights Framework 2010

Rights of the child in Australia and globally. Relate to laws and protection in Australia and overseas

Link children’s rights back to Millennium Development goals

Australian Human Rights framework – 5 key principles

Work onTask 7: Human Rights

 

Term 3

1

⦿ role and responsibility of state and federal governments when considering the human rights of individuals, families and communities

⦿ key legislation influencing human rights in Australia

Australian Human Rights Commission Act 1986

Equal Opportunity Act 1984

⦿ role of the Australian Human Rights Commission and the Equal Opportunity Commission of Western Australia

Role of the state and federal Government – Human rights

How are human rights protected in Australia?

Australian Aid

Human Rights Commission

Equal Opportunity Commission

Human Rights – related to focus groups

Citizenship /Social Justice/ Human rights

 

2 &3

⦿ impact of federal government policy on social, cultural, environmental and economic factors affecting growth and development of individuals and families in an identified community

⦿ impact of government policy on the provision of community support systems

relationship between social justice, and political and legal issues relating to individuals, families and community

Policy and Laws relating to focus groups

Impact of federal government policy and laws on families in Australia e.g. Racial Discrimination Act 1975, Disability Discrimination Act 1992

Australian government policies affecting individuals and families in the community

What are community support systems?

Impact of government policy on community support systems

Task 8: Test 4 Human Rights ( week 2)

What is social justice?

Social justice –relationship to political and legal issues

Relate social justice to focus groups – homeless

Task 8 : Test 4 Wednesday Week 2

UDHR 1948, Equal Opportunity Commission, HR Commission, roles and responsibility of government in relation to HR, Principles of Equity, diversity and HR, Rights of the child, HR framework, changing societal attitudes and values

4

⦿ the relevance of functional, social and cultural factors when developing and evaluating either a product, service or system

⦿ analyse social, ethical, environmental, economic and political features evident in existing products, services and systems developed for individuals, families and communities

⦿ consider the relevance of cultural, environmental and economic factors when developing and evaluating either a product, service or system

Work on Task 7

Analyse factors when producing and evaluating either a product, service or system in relation to focus groups

Analyse features evident in product service or system in relation to focus groups

Functional Economics Social Ethical

Cultural Political Environmental

Barriers/challenges to accessing services.

Task 7: Human Rights due- write validation

Task 7: Human Rights due – write validation

Wednesday

5

⦿ advocate on a national or global issue

⦿ select and apply communication skills and strategies for advocacy

⦿ select and adapt advocacy skills to promote change in community beliefs and attitudes on national or global issues

⦿ apply self-management skills and strategies to enhance interactions in relationships with others

⦿ apply conflict resolution skills when working with others

What is advocacy

Advocating national and global issues

Communication skills and strategies for advocacy

Communication strategies for advocating – Presenting ideas of arguments,

Advocacy skills

The role of advocacy skills in the community

Self -Management skills and strategies related to advocacy and relationships with others

Conflict resolution skills – related to advocacy and working with others

Set Task 9 :Resource development

Set Task 9 :Resource development

6

⦿ use the technology process to develop and implement a model for advocacy

investigate

devise

produce/implement

evaluate

⦿ develop and communicate a plan to advocate for equal opportunity, social justice or change

⦿ select and apply advocacy skills to empower others on a national or global issue

The technology process – modelling for advocacy

Disadvantage and inequity related to focus groups

Advocacy plans

Managing viewpoints of individuals, family and community

Advocacy – relate to focus groups

Empowerment

Applying advocacy skills to empower others – relate to national and global issues

 

7

 

Task 10: Test 5 Advocacy, and Government policies

Work on Task 9:Resource development

Task 10: Test 5

Monday

Government policies, relationship between social justice and legal issues, advocacy skills, communication skills and strategies, self- management and conflict resolution skills, the technology process and advocacy plans

8

 

Task 9:Resource development due

Exam Revision

Task 9:Resource development due

Monday

9

 

Exam Revision

 

Term 4

1

 

Task 11:Semester 2 Written examination

Task 11:Semester 2 Written examination

2

 

WACE Revision

 

This document is subject to revision.

The Year 12 Syllabus for Children, Family and Community ATAR can be found on the SCSA website.