Family PowerPoint Lesson
HistoryAll SubjectsCurricular Area(s): History
A family lesson that includes diverse types of family structures. An explicit lesson for family structures.
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What is a family structure? What is a family? This is a direct instruction lesson for family diversity within the humanities and social sciences subject but you can also use this as part of your health curriculum. It is directed towards Year One students. This lesson meets the Western Australian (and Australian) curriculum outcomes for the topic of families. All family structures are important and valuable. A variety of cultures are displayed and a variety of relationship types. Learning about family structures can be confusing for students, especially when there are so many alternative structures. This lesson discusses the structures in straight forward terms and uses pictures to demonstrate.
This lesson includes:
- How to use this PowerPoint lesson (teacher tips)
- WALT - We are learning to (learning outcomes)
- Think, pair, share (what is a family?)
- Family definition - 3x slides
- Types of families (with multiple family relationship structures) - 11x slides
- What is the same or different about family structures - 4x slides
- Conversation starters
- Aboriginal Kinship (brief conversation starter)
- Family roles - 8x slides
- Check for understanding - 14x slides
- Family definition - 2x slides
- Well done!
55 slides in total.
Curricular Area(s)History, All Subjects
Activity TypeActivity Pack
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