|Dance: ACADAM005 - Improvise and structure movement ideas for dance sequences using the elements of dance and choreographic devices
||eg using contrast and repetition to explore and generate new movement in response to stimuli such as stories, memories and the environment; altering movements in a set, teacher-directed or student-devised dance using the elements of space, time, dynamics and relationships to express ideas, for example, increasing the size of a movement to represent growth.
|Dance: ACADAM006 - Practise technical skills safely in fundamental movements
||eg practising combinations of fundamental locomotor and non-locomotor movements to a range of musical accompaniment; demonstrating safe dance practices, for example, warming up their bodies before executing more complex movement patterns in dance sequences and cooling/calming down afterwards.
|Dance: ACADAM007 - Perform dances using expressive skills to communicate ideas, including telling cultural or community stories
||eg Considering viewpoints – meanings and interpretations: Is there a story in the dance? How are you using grouping or pathways to communicate ideas or intentions in your dance?
|Dance: ACADAM009 - Explore movement and choreographic devices using the elements of dance to choreograph dances that communicate meaning
||eg exploring stimulus or analysing other dances to devise a variety of movement possibilities
|Dance: ACADAR012 - Explain how the elements of dance and production elements communicate meaning by comparing dances from different social, cultural and historical contexts, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance
||eg accessing real or virtual performances that are representative of different times and places and comparing how elements of dance and production elements communicate meaning in each
|Health and Physical Education: ACPMP048 - Adopt inclusive practices when participating in physical activities
||eg using cooperative skills to complete a movement task, such as a partner balance, or team strategy
|Health and Physical Education: ACPMP049 - Apply innovative and creative thinking in solving movement challenges
||eg testing alternative responses to movement challenges and predicting the success or effectiveness of each
|Mathematics: ACMMG114 - Describe translations, reflections and rotations of two-dimensional shapes. Identify line and rotational symmetries
||eg identifying and describing the line and rotational symmetry of a range of two-dimensional shapes, by manually cutting, folding and turning shapes
|Mathematics: ACMMG088 - Compare and describe two dimensional shapes that result from combining and splitting common shapes, with and without the use of digital technologies
||eg identifying common two-dimensional shapes that are part of a composite shape by re-creating it from these shapes; and creating two-dimensional shapes from verbal or written instructions