Festival Quiz on Legs
- 09:30am - 02:00pm, Wednesday, 28 September 2011
- Botanic Garden - Kings Park, West Perth
Quiz on Legs - Exploring science, society and the environment for a sustainable future.
Kings Park invites your school to be a part of the biggest environmental education event of the year. Involving more than 20 of Perth’s leading environmental education organisations, theatre, Aboriginal heritage, native animals, art and music this colourful event uses interactive activities to help student recognise the interdependence of living things and promotes the importance of a sustainable future for all.
|PP - Year 7|
|$8.00 per student|
|Download Quiz on Legs Flyer 1.36 MB|
|Essential, please contact the Bookings Officer.|
|WA Curriculum Framework|
|Science - Life and Living||Students understand their own biology and that of other living things, and recognise the interdependence of life.|
|Society and Environment - Natural and Social Systems||Students understand that systems provide order to the dynamic natural and social relationships occurring in the world.|
|Society and Environment – Place and Space||Students understand that the interaction people have with places in which they live is shaped by the location, patterns and processes associated with natural and built features.|
|Society and Environment - Active Citizenship||
Students demonstrate active citizenship through their behaviour and practices in the school environment, in accordance with the principles and values associated with the democratic process, social justice and ecological sustainability.
|Society and Environment - Culture||Students understand that people form groups because of their shared understandings of the world, and, in turn, they are influenced by the particular culture so formed.|
|English - Listening||Students listen with purpose, understanding and critical awareness in a wide range of situations.|
|The Arts - Arts Ideas||Students generate arts works that communicate ideas.|
|The Arts – Arts in Society||
Students understand the role of the arts in society.
|L.O.T.E - Listening and responding, and speaking||Students comprehend and communicate in the target language through listening and responding, and speaking.|
|L.O.T.E – Cultural Understandings||Students develop sociolinguistic and sociocultural understandings and apply them in their use of the target language.|
|Values - Environmental Responsibility||The commitment to developing an appreciative awareness of the interdependence of all elements of the environment, including humans and human systems, and encouraging a respect and concern for Australia’s natural and cultural heritage and for forms of resource use that are regenerative and sustainable.|
|Science||Biological Sciences: Foundation - Year 7
|History||Historical Knowledge and Understandings: Foundation – Year 6|