Primary & Secondary
Three Levels of Government
Learn about the three levels of government with our Amazing Adventures interactive stories, where students choose from four different characters, each of whom has to find solutions to their particular challenge. Students work together to figure out what decisions the characters should make.
Aimed at curriculum level 5-8 in Civics & Citizenship, this resource is a great way to get students thinking and learning about the three levels of government.
The Workday Revolution
‘The Workday Revolution’ is a digital learning module that aligns with Levels 7 and 8 of the Civics and Citizenship Victorian Curriculum.
Come and see how young Tommy’s life improved with the introduction of the eight-hour workday in Victoria. Find out how his dad and his workmates agitated for a fair go. Did his mum get a fair go too?
Inside the Parliament of Victoria
This 34 page booklet covers all aspects of Victoria’s Parliament, including its place in our state and federal systems of government. A resource for teachers, and also suitable for Year 8 and above students.
You will need Adobe Acrobat to view files in PDF format.
Primary Lesson Plans
Lesson plans from level 3 to level 6 tailored to meet the Victorian Curriculum achievement standards in civics and citizenship.
Secondary Lesson Plans
Lesson plans from level 7 to level 10 tailored to meet the Victorian Curriculum achievement standards in civics and citizenship.
Primary and Secondary Activity Workbooks
A resource for Years 5/6 to 10 students who are visiting Parliament, participating in a parliamentary role play, or receiving a visit from a Member of Parliament. Also stands alone as a classroom resource.
A set of posters introducing Members of the Legislative Council, Legislative Assembly, Members Born Overseas and Victorian Electorates.
These resources graphically illustrate the idea of representation to students.
To obtain copies, please contact the Community Engagement and Education Unit.
Phone: (03) 8682 2655
- Created: Wednesday, 17 February 2010 16:48
- Last Updated: Thursday, 10 October 2019 11:46