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PLANNING OVERVIEW

Year Level Unit Title Salvation Topic Aspect of Human Development


Year One Just Imagine Jesus A1 Wondering at the ability to imagine
Overview Explanation of the content of the unit and how it explores the Salvation Topic and development of the Human Person
This unit explores the concept of imagination a gift given to all human beings by God. The Just Imagine unit begins by exploring the aspect of human
development, that is, wondering at the ability to imagine. Students learn about how the gift of imagination can be used to learn and create. Students are
then drawn to the Salvation Topic, Jesus, by learning about how Jesus used his imagination to teach about Gods everlasting love for humanity, and to
model for humans how to use their imagination to mirror this love. Students then learn about how Jesus followers use their imagination to visualise stories
about Jesus life, and how they use their imagination to show love towards others.
Key Understandings and Learning Points
A Wondering at the Creator of Imagination B The Promise of Christian Salvation C Christian Response
A1 Wondering at the ability to imagine B1 Jesus used his imagination to teach C1 Followers of Jesus use their
o A1.1 Uses their imagination in a about Gods love imagination to represent stories form
variety of creative activities o B1.1 Explores a story that shows Jesus life
o A1.2 Talks about ways others have Jesus using his imagination o C1.1. Represents ways in which
used their imagination B2 Jesus came to help people use their people use their imagination to
A2 Wondering at God who created people imagination to show love depict stories from Jesus life
with the ability to imagine o B2.1 States ways people use their C2 Jesus wants his followers to use their
o A2.1 Expresses wonder at God imagination to show love imagination to show love
who created people with the ability o C2.1 Selects ways of using the gift
to imagine of imagination to show love
A3 Attribute: God loves us C3 Continuing to wonder at the ability to
o A3.1 Celebrates God who loves us use the gift of imagination to show love as
Jesus taught
o C3.1 Reviews and expresses what
they have learned throughout the
unit
General Capabilities
Literacy Step A, Step C (both lessons are integrated into the Literacy learning area)
Critical and Creative Thinking Step A, Step B, Step C (all lessons involve creativity and centre on imagination)
Personal and Social Capability Step A, Step B, Step C (all lessons require students to self-reflect and/or work closely with their peers)
EYLF Principles
Ongoing learning and reflective practice Step A, Step B, Step C (all lessons require students to draw on their prior knowledge)
EYLF Practices
Intentional teaching Step A, Step B, Step C (all lessons are intentionally and purposefully planned)
Continuity of learning and transitions Step A, Step B, Step C (all lessons centre on imagination and links can be made between them)
EYLF Learning Outcomes
Children have a strong sense of identity Step A (this lesson requires personal reflection and connects students with their own unique imagination)
Children are confident and involved learners Step A, Step B, Step C (all lessons require confidence and participation from students to fully
engage in the tasks)
Children are effective communicators Step A, Step B, Step C (all lessons require some form of communication of ideas, whether it be written or
orally between peers)
Spiritual and Religious Capabilities
Spiritual Capabilities:
o Justice (establishing and maintaining harmonious relationships with ones self and God)
o Temperance (maintaining a sense of moderation and balance in order to live a happy and tranquil life)
Religious Capabilities:
o Faith (maintaining belief in God and all that is encompassed within the Catholic tradition)