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ACSSU097

Electrical energy can be transferred and transformed in electrical circuits and can be generated from a range of sources

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ACSSU097 | Content Descriptions | Year 6 | Science | F-10 curriculum

ACSPH037

Electrical circuits enable electrical energy to be transferred efficiently over large distances and transformed into a range of other useful forms of energy including thermal and kinetic energy, and light.

ACSPH037 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1 | Physics | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

How are the progressions different from the general capabilities and how can they be used?

The National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions are different from the general capability literacy and numeracy continua in scope, structure and intended use. The general capabilities describe what can reasonably be expected of students at particular …

How are the progressions different from the general capabilities and how can they be used? | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

How can the literacy progression be used?

The National Literacy Learning Progression can be used at a whole school, team or individual teacher level. However, the progression provides maximum student learning benefits when used as part of a whole-school strategy that involves professional learning …

How can the literacy progression be used? | National Literacy Learning Progression | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

How can the numeracy progression be used?

The National Numeracy Learning Progression can be used at a whole school, team or individual teacher level. However, the progression provides maximum student learning benefits when used as part of a whole-school strategy that involves professional learning …

How can the numeracy progression be used? | National Numeracy Learning Progression | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

How can the progressions be used?

The progressions do not describe what to teach; they provide a detailed map of how students become increasingly adept in particular aspects of literacy and numeracy development. Learning area content and achievement standards continue to be the focus …

How can the progressions be used? | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

How can the benefits of the progressions be maximised?

Whole school In a school, the benefits of the progressions are maximised where there is a whole-school, systematic approach to literacy and numeracy development that ensures: opportunities for professional dialogue and collaboration to strengthen teacher …

How can the benefits of the progressions be maximised? | National Literacy and Numeracy Learning Progressions | Resources

ACSPH041

Energy is required to separate positive and negative charge carriers; charge separation produces an electrical potential difference that can be used to drive current in circuits

ACSPH041 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1 | Physics | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Science - Energy transfer

At St Mary MacKillop College, a Year 8 Science teacher/Sustainability co-ordinator ensured that all students were engaged, supported and challenged during a practical investigation about the transference and transformation of energy and wind turbines. …

Science - Energy transfer | Illustrations of practice | Student diversity | Resources

Unit 1: Thermal, nuclear and electrical physics Physics

An understanding of heating processes, nuclear reactions and electricity is essential to appreciate how global energy needs are met. In this unit, students explore the ways physics is used to describe, explain and predict the energy transfers and transformations …

Unit 1 | Physics | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

ACSES044

Energy is neither created nor destroyed, but can be transformed from one form to another (for example, kinetic, gravitational, thermal, light) and transferred between objects

ACSES044 | Content Descriptions | Unit 2 | Earth and Environmental Science | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Elaboration (6) ACSHE100

investigating how electrical energy is generated in Australia and around the world

literacy critical-creative

Elaboration (6) | ACSHE100 | Content Descriptions | Year 6 | Science | F-10 curriculum

ACTDEK020

Investigate how electrical energy can control movement, sound or light in a designed product or system

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ACTDEK020 | Content Descriptions | Years 5 and 6 | Design and Technologies | Technologies | F-10 curriculum

ACSCH111

Electrolytic cells use an external electrical potential difference to provide the energy to allow a non-spontaneous redox reaction to occur, and can be used in small-scale and industrial situations

ACSCH111 | Content Descriptions | Unit 3 | Chemistry | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Science: Energy transfer/Mathematics: Statistics and probability

Malibu School is an education support school for students from Foundation to Year 12 with intellectual disability, physical disability, sensory impairment (vision and hearing), challenging behaviour and/or autistic spectrum disorder. Classes at Malibu …

Science: Energy transfer/Mathematics: Statistics and probability | Illustrations of practice | Student diversity | Resources

ACSPH039

Energy is conserved in the energy transfers and transformations that occur in an electrical circuit

ACSPH039 | Content Descriptions | Unit 1 | Physics | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Elaboration (3) ACSSU190

using models to describe how energy is transferred and transformed within systems

literacy critical-creative

Elaboration (3) | ACSSU190 | Content Descriptions | Year 10 | Science | F-10 curriculum

ACSCH108

Galvanic cells, including fuel cells, generate an electrical potential difference from a spontaneous redox reaction; they can be represented as cell diagrams including anode and cathode half-equations

ACSCH108 | Content Descriptions | Unit 3 | Chemistry | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Year 6 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 6 | Science | F-10 curriculum

Design and Technologies - Years 5 and 6

Technologies contexts By the end of Year 6 students will have had the opportunity to create designed solutions addressing the three technologies contexts below. Engineering principles and systems Investigate how electrical energy can control movement, …

Design and Technologies - Years 5 and 6 | Competencies and skills | Dimensions | Curriculum connections | Resources

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