A fun and engaging CAFS resource on factors affecting wellbeing that can be used for teaching either online or face to face in the classroom!
This resource was designed to help CAFS students understand the factors that affect wellbeing. It includes a PowerPoint presentation that students can read through and then apply their knowledge to the included worksheet.
This is a fun and engaging way for students to interact with community and family studies content either face to face or online. This resource has visual cues to prompt students aimed to help them better understand the content.
The worksheet includes 20 questions that cater to a range of abilities and these can be differentiated to meet students needs at the discretion of the teacher.
This resource helps students to better understand wellbeing and gives them the opportunity to reflect on their own wellbeing. This resource promotes the personal and social general capability as it provides students with the opportunities to build their self awareness and social awareness.
- 1 x 7 slide PowerPoint Presentation
- 1 x 5-page PDF student worksheet (20 questions)
Stage 6 Community and Family Studies 2013
- defining wellbeing
- factors affecting wellbeing
- explore the concept of wellbeing by considering the following questions:
- what is the opposite to wellbeing?
- how do people describe wellbeing?
- why might there be different understandings of wellbeing?
- analyse the relationship between the factors and explain how they can impact on wellbeing
Australian Curriculum General Capabilities
Personal and Social Capability
– Social Awareness
Resource Type: Digital Resource, PDF, PowerPoint Presentation
Digital File Type: PDF (Acrobat) Document File, PowerPoint
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