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ACSSU048

Earth’s rotation on its axis causes regular changes, including night and day

numeracy Elaborations ScOT Terms

ACSSU048 | Content Descriptions | Year 3 | Science | F-10 curriculum

ACSES048

The net transfer of solar energy to Earth’s surface is influenced by its passage through the atmosphere, including impeded transfer of ultraviolet radiation to Earth’s surface due to its interaction with atmospheric ozone, and by the physical characteristics …

ACSES048 | Content Descriptions | Unit 2 | Earth and Environmental Science | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Radioactivity and its application - At

In a teaching and learning unit on chemical sciences, students learnt the basic concepts and history of atomic theory, investigated different models of the structure of atoms, and learnt about isotopes and different forms of radioactive decay. They discussed …

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ACSES052

The interaction between Earth’s atmosphere and oceans changes over time and can result in anomalous global weather patterns, including El Nino and La Nina

ACSES052 | Content Descriptions | Unit 2 | Earth and Environmental Science | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Australia and its neighbours – AT

Students labelled outline maps to show the location of the following: the states, territories and capital cities of Australia; some of the major natural features of Australia; and Australia’s neighbouring countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Students …

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Australia and its neighbours – ABOVE

Students labelled outline maps to show the location of the following: the states, territories and capital cities of Australia; some of the major natural features of Australia; and Australia’s neighbouring countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Students …

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ACMMM021

recognise features of the graph of \(y^2=x\) including its parabolic shape and its axis of symmetry.

ACMMM021 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1 | Mathematical Methods | Mathematics | Senior secondary curriculum

ACSES050

The movement of atmospheric air masses due to heating and cooling, and Earth’s rotation and revolution, cause systematic atmospheric circulation; this is the dominant mechanism for the transfer of thermal energy around Earth’s surface

ACSES050 | Content Descriptions | Unit 2 | Earth and Environmental Science | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Market Day – AT

Students worked in teams to choose and develop a product to sell to the rest of the school at a Year 6 Market Day. The team was required to complete a number of tasks: draw up a simple business plan; create an advertising poster for the product; complete …

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Harmony Day – AT

Students completed a teacher-created worksheet to answer questions, and gather and interpret information associated with Harmony Day (21 March). As part of the task students completed a survey of the cultural heritage of their year group, and recorded …

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How an idea changes – ABOVE

This task was designed to address the aspects of the Year 8 achievement standards that relate to science as human endeavour. Students were asked to research a ‘big idea’ in science and create a presentation in which they explain how that idea has developed …

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ACSES051

The behaviour of the global oceans as a heat sink, and Earth’s rotation and revolution, cause systematic ocean currents; these are described by the global ocean conveyer model

ACSES051 | Content Descriptions | Unit 2 | Earth and Environmental Science | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Year 3 Science

The science inquiry skills and science as a human endeavour strands are described across a two-year band. In their planning, schools and teachers refer to the expectations outlined in the achievement standard and also to the content of the science understanding …

Year 3 | Science | F-10 curriculum

Written response: Life changes - AT

Students listened to a story about children growing and changing and discussed the physical characteristics and different roles of characters in the book. Using a range of different images of people, students were asked to place them in order of age and …

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Reflections on a shadow day - BELOW

Students were part of a mixed-ability, multi-aged class of combined Year 9 and Year 10 students. In cooperation with the teacher, students negotiated a day to shadow a person working in an occupation of interest. Prior to the experience, students prepared …

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Reflections on a shadow day - AT

Students were part of a mixed-ability, multi-aged class of combined Year 9 and Year 10 students. In cooperation with the teacher, students negotiated a day to shadow a person working in an occupation of interest. Prior to the experience, students prepared …

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How an idea changes – AT

This task was designed to address the aspects of the Year 8 achievement standards that relate to science as human endeavour. Students were asked to research a ‘big idea’ in science and create a presentation in which they explain how that idea has developed …

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Reflections on a shadow day - ABOVE

Students were part of a mixed-ability, multi-aged class of combined Year 9 and Year 10 students. In cooperation with the teacher, students negotiated a day to shadow a person working in an occupation of interest. Prior to the experience, students prepared …

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Written response: Including others - AT

As part of a unit of work on valuing diversity, students learnt about the importance of positive relationships as they transition into adolescence. Students were asked to examine scenarios involving a range of relationship issues and use a thinking routine …

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Structure Science

The three interrelated strands of science The Australian Curriculum: Science has three interrelated strands: science understanding, science as a human endeavour and science inquiry skills. Together, the three strands of the science curriculum provide …

Structure | Science | F-10 curriculum

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