Content

The content of the framework refers to the tangible things are your central teaching props.  The content refers to objects and/or organisms that you can rely on as a teacher to exemplify and demonstrate your themes.  This will be the stuff students come to know and understand through regular observation and practical engagement with.  Where the themes have provided the thinking tools and the way in which students approach and understand the world, these will be the things they can refer to to help explain them. The content also forms the basis of many of  the things that will capture students imagination and provide them with practical skills like chickens, fungi, insects, rocks and plants.

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