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Data analysis: Human wellbeing - ABOVE

Students were required to use and respond to a range of presented data sources to form conclusions about human wellbeing in African countries. The task was completed in test conditions as a summative assessment at the end of a two-week inquiry unit. It involved …

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Data analysis: Human wellbeing - AT

Students were required to use and respond to a range of presented data sources to form conclusions about human wellbeing in African countries. The task was completed in test conditions as a summative assessment at the end of a two-week inquiry unit. It involved …

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Data analysis: Human wellbeing - BELOW

Students were required to use and respond to a range of presented data sources to form conclusions about human wellbeing in African countries. The task was completed in test conditions as a summative assessment at the end of a two-week inquiry unit. It …

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Data analysis: Water in the world – ABOVE

Over a period of six weeks, students explored how water connects places, environments and people. Students used digital technologies to present the process of orographic rainfall and explain how it influences the characteristics on either side of a mountain. Students …

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Research assignment: Wellbeing indicators - ABOVE

Over a period of four weeks, students examined the concept of human wellbeing and factors affecting human wellbeing. Students discussed how effective quantitative and qualitative indicators are at assessing levels of wellbeing. They were then introduced …

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Research assignment: Wellbeing indicators - AT

Over a period of four weeks before completing the task, students examined the concept of human wellbeing and factors affecting human wellbeing. Students discussed how effective quantitative and qualitative indicators are at assessing levels of wellbeing. …

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Research assignment: Wellbeing indicators - BELOW

Over a period of four weeks before completing the task, students examined the concept of human wellbeing and factors affecting human wellbeing. Students discussed how effective quantitative and qualitative indicators are at assessing levels of wellbeing. …

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Research inquiry: Interconnections - ABOVE

Students were required to select one product that is purchased by their household and investigate how the production and demand for this product creates networks of trade and economic interdependence at and across different scales. The inquiry took place …

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Research inquiry: Interconnections - AT

Students were required to select one product that is purchased by their household and investigate how the production and demand for this product creates networks of trade and economic interdependence at and across different scales. The inquiry took place …

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Short response: Changing nations - ABOVE

Students were introduced to the topic of human migration within and between countries and its impact on the concentration of populations in major cities. During this study, comparisons were made between urban and rural environments in Australia and China. For …

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Short response: Changing nations - AT

Students were introduced to the topic of human migration within and between countries and its impact on the concentration of populations in major cities. During this study, comparisons were made between urban and rural environments in Australia and China. For …

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Short response: Changing nations – BELOW

Students were introduced to the topic of human migration within and between countries and its impact on the concentration of populations in major cities. During this study, comparisons were made between urban and rural environments in Australia and China.  For …

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