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    Coverage ofMultiple Intelligences

    Activities in

    SOSE Alive 3

    , and in its companion text

    SOSE Worksheets for Multiple Intelligences 3

    , cater for awide range of learning abilities and styles. Many address more than one learning style, and almost all requirethe exercise of some degree of verbal/linguistic intelligence.

    The following grid tables those activities in these two texts that have been specifically written to engage apredominant intelligence.

    *Chapter number in bold followed by page number, then activity number in brackets, e.g.:

    1

    22(3). Chapters in

    SOSE Alive 3:

    [1]

    First Australians,

    [2]

    The Europeans arrive,

    [3]

    Gold fever!,

    [4]

    Becoming Australian,

    [5]

    Volcanoes and earthquakes,

    [6]

    Australian landforms,

    [7]

    Tourism: the last resort,

    [8]

    Sharing resources,

    [9]

    Australias political system,

    [10]

    Australias legal system,

    [11]

    The Australian economy,

    [12]

    Managing your finances

    Intelligence type Chapter, page and activity number*

    Worksheet number in

    SOSE Worksheets for Multiple Intelligences 3

    Verbal/linguistic 1

    3(1,4), 7(6,9), 9(7), 10(3,4), 15(8,9), 17(3,6), 19(4,6), 21(16), 22(4,8,10), 23(11,12,14,15)

    2

    27(1,3,4), 29(47), 33(3,4,7,8,10,11), 35(1,3,5e), 37(1,2,57), 39(3,68), 41(4,5,7,8), 43(5,7), 45(3,6,8,9), 46(6,8), 47(913)

    3

    49(14), 51(3,5,6), 53(3,68), 57(1,2,57), 59(3), 61(2,3,5), 63(17), 65(13,6), 67(3), 69(5,7), 70(4), 71(6,8)

    4

    73(4), 75(1,36), 77(3), 79(4,6), 81(2,3), 83(2,4,8), 87(2,4,5,7,8), 91(1,6,7), 93(5,79), 94(2,9), 95(1012)

    8, 11, 15, 18

    Visual/spatial 1

    1(4), 3(2), 7(3,7,8), 9(2,5), 10(1,2), 15(5,7), 17(4), 19(5), 21(5), 22(3,7), 23(13,15)

    2

    27(5,7), 29(3), 33(2), 35(5), 37(5), 43(6,7), 46(3), 47(11)

    3

    51(2,5,6), 53(4,5), 57(6,8), 59(6,7a), 61(2), 65(5,6), 69(6), 70(2,5), 71(7)

    4

    75(6), 77(4,6), 81(5), 83(5,7), 87(2,6,8a), 91(3,5,6), 93(6), 94(5), 95(10)

    1, 20

    Bodily/kinaesthetic

    1

    7(9), 9(6), 15(8), 21(5), 22(4)

    2

    27(5), 33(9), 39(7), 41(7), 43(6), 45(8)

    3

    51(5), 57(8), 59(4,7b), 65(4), 67(6), 71(8d)

    4

    75(5), 87(8a), 95(11)

    9, 10, 12, 17

    Intrapersonal 1

    7(5), 15(4,6), 21(5), 22(6)

    2

    27(4,5), 29(7), 35(5c), 39(4,5), 43(4), 46(5)

    3

    57(4,6a,6b), 61(4), 63(3,5), 65(5), 67(4)

    4

    73(4), 77(5), 87(3), 91(2), 95(10c)

    5, 14

    Interpersonal 1

    3(3,5), 7(6), 10(4d), 15(8), 17(6), 19(6)

    2

    27(3), 29(5,7), 33(8), 35(3), 39(7), 41(7), 43(5), 45(7,8), 47(10,12)

    3

    61(5b), 63(1), 65(4), 67(3,6), 69(5), 70(2,4), 71(8d)

    4

    75(6), 77(6), 79(7), 83(6), 87(8), 91(6), 93(8), 95(11)

    4, 6, 19

    Logical/mathematical

    1

    7(2,79), 9(4,5), 10(2), 15(3), 17(5), 19(3), 21(2), 22(1,9)

    2

    29(7), 33(5,6,12), 41(6), 45(5,6), 46(7), 47(13)

    3

    51(4,7), 53(5), 57(5), 59(5,7), 61(1), 65(2), 67(5), 69(1,4), 70(1,3,5)

    4

    77(1), 79(5,8), 81(4), 91(4,7), 93(24), 94(1,7)

    7

    Musical/rhythmic

    1

    3(5), 15(8), 21(5)

    2

    27(5), 35(4), 43(6), 45(9)

    3

    57(6c), 59(4)

    4

    77(4c,6a), 87(8c)

    13

    Naturalist 1

    9(4,6), 17(1), 22(3), 23(11)

    2

    37(4), 45(6)

    3

    53(3), 69(5,6)

    4

    75(6)

    2, 3, 16

    HISTORY

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    Intelligence type Chapter, page and activity number*

    Worksheet number in

    SOSE Worksheets for Multiple Intelligences 3

    Verbal/linguistic 5

    99(1,2,3d,4), 101(1,2,6,9a), 103(9), 105(2,3,7), 107(4), 109(4,5), 111(57), 113(3,5), 115(2,6), 117(14,6), 118(3), 119(4eg)

    6

    121(3), 125(1,3,8), 127(4,5,8,9), 129(3,4,5), 133(9), 137(4,7,9), 139(4,11), 141(7), 142(2,4)

    7

    147(4,5,9,10), 149(3,4,79), 151(3,8,9), 157(3,8), 159(1), 161(13), 163(35,7,10), 165(3,4,7,9), 166(2,4,59), 167(12)

    8

    169(14), 171(2,4,5,6), 175(4,5,7,10), 177(2,4,5), 181(3a,3c,4), 183(36), 185(3,5), 186(13,4,5,9), 189(15), 191(1216)

    28

    Visual/spatial 5

    99(3ac, 5), 101(3,7,9b), 103(5,8,10), 105(4), 107(3,4), 109(4,6), 111(6c,8), 113(46), 115(2,5,6), 117(47), 118(2), 119(ad)

    6

    123(1,35), 125(2,6,9), 127(9,10), 129(7,8,9), 131(2,69), 133(8), 135(2,3,5,6), 137(5,7,8), 139(7,8,10,11), 141(5,7,8), 142(1,5,6)

    7

    145(2,3), 149(6), 151(89), 155(8), 159(1,2), 161(4,5,6,7), 163(6,8), 165(6,8), 167(11,13,14b)

    8

    171(6,7), 175(79,1113), 179(4,5), 181(3), 186(7,8), 189(4,5), 190(11)

    22, 31, 39

    Bodily/kinaesthetic

    5

    105(5), 111(6c), 117(8)

    6

    123(2), 125(8), 133(10), 137(10), 141(7)

    7

    149(5), 161(8), 163(9)

    8

    179(2), 181(3b,3c), 186(7), 189(5)

    21, 33

    Intrapersonal 5

    111(5), 118(3a)

    6

    121(1,2,4,5), 133(11), 137(9,11), 141(6), 142(7,8)

    7

    147(6), 149(8), 151(5), 161(6), 165(10), 167(10,14a)

    8

    171(4), 177(3), 179(3), 183(4,5), 185(4,6), 185(6), 189(3,5), 191(15)

    34, 38

    Interpersonal 5

    99(4), 103(9), 111(7), 118(2e,3c,d)

    6

    125(8), 133(10), 135(7), 141(6,8), 142(2)

    7 147(10), 149(7), 155(7), 161(6), 163(9)8 175(8,10), 177(4,5), 179(2), 181(4,5), 183(6), 186(7,9), 191(12,14,16)

    30, 36, 40

    Logical/mathematical

    5 97(2), 101(5,7), 103(6), 107(2), 109(14,7), 111(9), 113(2,4), 115(2,4), 118(1), 119(4)

    6 125(5,6,9), 127(6,7), 129(4), 131(6,9,10,12), 133(46), 135(3,6,7), 139(2,3,8,9,11), 141(1,3,4), 142(6)

    7 147(2,3), 149(2), 151(14,6,7), 153(15), 155(16), 157(1,56), 161(6), 163(1), 165(3), 166(3), 167(13)

    8 175(1,2,6,913), 177(1,3), 179(1,35), 181(2), 183(1,2), 185(2,7), 186(10), 190(3,9,10), 191(13)

    24, 25, 29, 37

    Musical/rhythmic

    5 103(7), 115(3)6 137(7c), 142(4)7 147(8), 155(9), 161(13), 163(9)8 181(3b), 183(7), 186(7), 189(5), 190(4)

    23, 27, 32

    Naturalist 5 97(1,3), 103(1,10), 105(2,6), 109(4,5), 119(4)6 121(15), 123(5), 125(4,5), 127(49), 129(35,7), 131(28,11), 133(25), 135(2,4),

    137(69), 139(1,4,68), 141(3,7,8), 142(5)7 151(8), 155(10), 157(2), 159(13), 161(13), 163(1,4,5,7,10), 165(35)8 175(10), 179(1), 186(7)

    26, 35

    GEOGRAPHY

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    Intelligence type Chapter, page and activity number*

    Worksheet number in SOSE Worksheets for Multiple Intelligences 3

    Verbal/linguistic 9 195(35), 196(6,9,1012), 199(13,6), 201(17), 203(24,6), 205, 207(1,24), 209(57), 213(36,811), 214(3,11), 215(12,14,15)

    10 219(79), 221(4,7), 223(2,4,5), 225(1,2,4,6), 227(6), 229(5), 231(710), 233(4,5), 235(35), 237(1,2), 238(8,9), 239(1620)

    11 243(6), 245(9,10), 249(5), 251(2,3,5), 253(5,7), 255(1,2,4,5,8), 257(1), 259(9), 261(6,7), 262(13), 263(15)

    12 267(4,5), 269(4), 271(4,6), 273(6), 275(36), 277(410), 279(1,2,8,9), 281(36), 283(2,3), 285(2), 286(1,2), 287(2)

    42, 46, 50, 58

    Visual/spatial 9 196(78), 199(4,5), 201(8,9), 207(3), 214(4,6), 215(14)10 217(1,2), 219(7), 221(3), 223(6), 225(5), 227(8,10), 229(6), 237(3), 238(9)

    11 241(3), 245(8,9), 247(5), 249(6), 251(4,6,7), 253(7), 255(3,7), 257(2,3), 261(4)

    12 267(2), 269(6), 275(2), 287(5)

    45, 52, 53

    Bodily/kinaesthetic

    9 196(7), 203(5,7), 205, 207(3,4), 209(7b)

    10 223(5), 225(4), 231(10), 237(4), 239(18)

    11 251(8)

    12 269(3,6)

    41, 54, 60

    Intrapersonal 9 193(4,5), 196(6), 203(4,6), 213(8,10), 215(12,13)10 217(35), 219(5), 221(4,5), 227(7), 235(2), 237(1), 238(10,14), 239(16,17)

    11 243(3,7), 245(10b), 259(6,7), 261(5), 262(13),

    12 265(25), 267(5a), 271(4a), 277(11), 281(6)

    48, 55

    Interpersonal 9 195(7), 196(7), 201(9), 203(7), 205, 207(3,4), 209(7)10 219(8,9), 221(7), 223(4), 225(4), 231(9,10), 235(4), 237(4), 239(18)

    11 249(5), 251(3,8), 255(7), 257(5), 259(8,9), 261(6,7), 262(9c)

    12 269(4), 275(8), 281(7,8)

    43, 44, 49, 57

    Logical/mathematical

    9 195(6,8), 199(7,913), 201(1012), 205(d,e), 214(1,4,5,6), 215(14)

    10 221(6,8), 223(2), 225(3), 227(5), 229(6), 233(79), 238(6,12), 239(17)

    11 241(4,5), 247(4,6), 249(4,5), 251(5), 253(5,6), 255(5,6), 257(4,5), 261(3,4), 262(14), 263(15)

    12 267(6,7), 269(4), 271(14), 273(5,6), 275(7,8), 277(10,11), 279(9), 281(2,7,8), 283(4,5), 285(35), 286(1), 287(3,6)

    51, 56

    Musical/rhythmic

    10 227(9), 233(6)

    11 245(8d), 255(7), 261(7)

    47, 59

    Naturalist 10 219(9)

    ECONOMY AND SOCIETY

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    Coverage of outcomesThe content and activities in SOSE Alive 3 and related SOSE Alive texts (see below) have been written to allowstudents to achieve SOSE Level 6 outcomes. The learning outcomes listed below are extracts from the Curriculumand Standards Framework II document. The page references cited are those on which information and activitiesrelated to the outcome/indicator including extension outcomes occur. Additional extension worksheets have beenincluded on the Jacaranda website for this title, www.jaconline.com.au/sosealive/sosealive3.

    Extension activities: H6.6 (pp. 89, 623, 689, 71, 789, 823, 945); H6.7 (pp. 867, 923)

    Learning outcome Evident when student can: Page references

    H6.1Describe the reasons for the colonisation of Australia.

    examine the factors involved in the British colonisation of Australia

    evaluate the impact of colonisation on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

    analyse any one particular social or political change in a colony and its impact on people

    describe the motives, values and events behind the move from a number of colonies to one nation.

    1, 67, 223, 25, 267, 289, 303, 345, 389, 401, 423, 467, 745 (MI worksheets 8, 10)

    1, 23, 47, 89, 1011, 1215, 1617, 1819, 201, 223, 25, 367, 389, 401, 47, 745, 94 (MI worksheet 4)

    1215, 1617, 1819, 201, 323, 345, 367, 389, 423, 47, 49, 501, 523, 601, 623, 645, 689, 71, 767, 789, 801, 823, 923

    847, 8891, 923

    H6.2 Analyse the continuing significance of major events and ideas which shaped Australian society.

    See also SOSE Alive History 2

    identify significant events and ideas which shaped Australian society, including Federation, World War I, 1930s Depression, World War II and post-war migration

    analyse events and ideas bringing about significant change

    evaluate the contributions of key participants and leaders in these events

    compare different perspectives about a significant event.

    22, 389, 401, 423, 445, 47, 49, 501, 523, 547, 589, 601, 623, 645, 667, 689, 701, 745, 789, 847, 8891, 95 (MI worksheets 11, 13, 14, 15, 16)

    201, 289, 389, 401, 423, 47, 501, 523, 589, 601, 689, 767, 801, 823, 8891, 923, 94 (MI worksheets 13, 18, 19, 20)

    201, 23, 289, 389, 401, 423, 47, 589, 601, 645, 667, 71, 789, 847, 8891, 923, 945 (MI worksheet 20)

    1819, 201, 25, 401, 423, 523, 601, 623, 645, 667, 71, 823, 8891, 923

    H6.3 Analyse the movement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities for civil and political rights.

    See also SOSE Alive History 2

    identify which civil and political rights were denied the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

    analyse the reasons why civil and political rights were denied to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

    outline the different ways in which the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities campaigned for civil and political rights

    evaluate the degree to which the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities have been successful in their campaigns.

    47, 1215, 1617, 1819, 201, 23, 401, 47, 745, 83 (MI worksheet 10)

    67, 1215, 1617, 1819, 201, 23, 39, 401

    67, 25, 1889 (MI worksheet 5)

    67, 23, 73, 83, 87, 1889

    H6.4 Analyse the impact of significant events and ideas in shaping world history in the twentieth century.

    See also SOSE Alive History 2

    identify significant events and ideas which shaped world history in the twentieth century, including World War I, the Russian Revolution, the 1930s Depression, World War II, the Chinese Revolution, and the Cold War and its aftermath

    discuss the ideas and people associated with the events evaluate the impact of the events and ideas on people,

    values and structures analyse the ways in which significant events have been

    represented in cultural forms.867, 95

    H6.5 Explain the key changes in social and political attitudes and values in modern Western society.

    See also SOSE Alive History 2

    describe the ways in which significant events affected change in such areas as family structures, gender roles and work organisation

    explain how the values of particular societies changed as a result of significant events

    examine the ways in which advances in technology affected other areas, such as health, medicine, transport, education

    evaluate the effect of significant events and ideas on groups.

    801, 823, 923

    801, 823, 8891, 923, 94

    823, 923

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    Extension activities: G6.5 (pp. 139, 1601, 1623, 1767, 1789)

    Learning outcome Evident when student can: Page references

    6.1 Explain the processes and interactions between people and major natural systems.

    See also SOSE Alive Geography 2

    describe the location and distribution of major natural systems

    describe the processes which drive the major natural systems

    analyse the impact of human activities on naturalsystems

    suggest strategies to manage the effects of human activities on natural systems.

    989, 1023, 1045, 1089, 11011, 11617, 121, 1223, 1245, 1267, 1301, 1323, 1345, 1367, 1389, 1401, 142, 1501, 1545, 1589, 1645, 166 (MI worksheets 22, 25, 26, 32)

    97, 1001, 1023, 1045, 11011, 11213, 11617, 11819, 121, 1223, 1245, 1267, 1289, 1301, 1323, 1345, 1378, 1389, 1401, 142 (MI worksheets 21, 23, 27, 28)

    1089, 11011, 11415, 1289, 1301, 1323, 1389, 1467, 1589, 1623, 1645, 166, 1789 (MI worksheets 28, 30)

    1089, 11415, 11819, 1289, 1301, 1345, 1367, 1389, 1401, 1567, 1601, 1623, 1789 (MI worksheets 24, 30, 34, 40)

    6.2 Evaluate how different factors affect the distribution and dynamics of human populations.

    See also SOSE Alive Geography 2

    identify a range of factors responsible for change to human populations

    apply relevant factors to explain the distribution pattern in human populations

    analyse relevant factors to describe the dynamics of change affecting human populations

    use current and historical data to predict future patterns in the distribution of human populations.

    1001, 11011, 11213, 11415, 118, 145, 1467, 14950, 1545, 167, 1724, 1767, 1789, 1801 (MI worksheets 36, 37, 38)

    118, 1501, 1545, 167, 1701, 1724, 1767, 1789, 1801, 1889, 190

    145, 1501, 1567, 167, 169, 1724, 1767, 1789, 1801, 1823, 1845, 1889, 190 (MI worksheets 37, 38)

    111, 117, 1667, 1701, 1724, 1789, 1845, 190

    6.3 Predict the effects of resource development and use on a selected natural and human environment.

    See also SOSE Alive Geography 2

    outline the relationship between current use of the environment and future availability of resources

    describe the likely impact of resource development and use on a natural environment

    suggest ways of sustainably developing a natural and human environment.

    1567, 1589, 1601, 1623, 1645, 1789 (MI worksheet 39)

    1467, 1623, 167 (MI Worksheets 33, 35)

    1601, 1623, 1767

    6.4 Develop a comprehensive strategy to resolve an issue related to the use and management of a natural or human environment.

    See also SOSE Alive Geography 2

    use a range of geographical media to describe the environment

    evaluate the factors contributing to the development of an issue relating to the use and management of an environment

    identify strategies formulated to address the issue

    justify a strategy to manage the environment.

    97, 989, 1001, 1023, 1...

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