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Digital Technologies - Above satisfactory - Years 9 and 10

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can explain the control and management of networked digital systems and the security implications of the interaction between hardware, software and users (WS5). The student explains simple data compression, …

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Geography - Above satisfactory - Year 10

This portfolio of student work shows that students can use some research to develop and modify geographically significant questions to frame an inquiry (WS1). They evaluate a range of secondary sources to select relevant geographical data and information …

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Science - Above satisfactory - Year 10

This portfolio of student work shows that the student analyses how the Periodic Table organises elements and can explain how it can be used to make predictions about the properties of elements (WS6). The student can explain how different factors influence …

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Periodic table pamphlet – ABOVE

Students were asked to create a 'How to use the Periodic Table' guide which details the trends of the Periodic Table including the chemical background of one particular Group or Period. Students were asked to consider types of elements, ions and the electronic …

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Civics and Citizenship – Above satisfactory – Year 10

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can compare and evaluate the key features and values of systems of government, and analyse the Australian Government’s global roles and responsibilities. The student analyses the role of the High Court …

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History - Above satisfactory - Year 10

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can use key events, the actions of individuals and groups, and beliefs and values to interpret and explain patterns of change and continuity over time (WS1, WS2, WS3, WS4, WS5, WS6, WS7, WS8, WS9). …

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Mass of Jupiter – ABOVE

Students were asked to perform a scientific investigation related to the motion of objects. Students were required to keep a scientific journal during the investigation and submit a report that conforms with the conventions of a scientific publication. Two …

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Genetics practical – ABOVE

Students were asked to perform a multi-generational study on the genetic inheritance of two different traits in the species Brassica rapa, a variety of the canola plant. Students were provided with two sets of seeds that had resulted from crossbreeding …

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Rates of reaction – ABOVE

Students were asked to research factors that affect the rate of a chemical reaction. Working in groups of 3–4, students were asked to select one factor and design and perform an experiment to confirm its effect. Students presented their findings individually …

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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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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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Source analysis: The atomic bomb - ABOVE

Students examined two sources relating to the use of the atomic bomb in 1945: a primary source from US President Truman; and a secondary source from a recent historian. They were asked to analyse each source in relation to its content and perspective …

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Report: Australian peacekeeping - ABOVE

Students investigated Australia’s involvement in United Nations peacekeeping in the years since 1945. They were asked to identify and research a particular international action and write a report of their findings. Students conducted their investigations …

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Megafauna essays – ABOVE

Students were asked to create in expositional essay to analyse and evaluate the evidence for opposing theories relating to the extinction of Australia’s megafauna. This task was part of a teaching and learning unit on biodiversity which focused on the …

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Learning through work experience - ABOVE

This task was part of a unit of work relating to work placement. The students experienced explicit teaching of employability skills and reflective writing. They worked with a career adviser to identify an area of vocational interest and organise for a …

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Historical inquiry: Kokoda - Above

Students explored the experience of Australians during World War II. They developed a series of inquiry questions in relation to the events and significance of the Kokoda campaign. Students presented their findings as a report, using the inquiry questions …

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Report: Australian popular culture - ABOVE

Students investigated the history of popular culture in Australia from the end of World War II to the early twenty-first century. They were asked to identify and discuss changes during the period, societal reactions to developments, and any evidence of …

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Bouncing balls – ABOVE

Students were asked to design an investigation that determines the relationship between the drop height of a ball and its bounce back height. This task was part of a teaching and learning unit on transformation of energy where students explored how energy …

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Journal writing - ABOVE

Students were part of a mixed-ability, multi-aged class of combined Year 9 and Year 10 students.  The task was undertaken as a part of a sequence of six 30-minute lessons about potential workplace issues. Through journal writing, students were required …

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Australian citizenship - ABOVE

The task was completed as part of an end-of-year review of the Civics and Citizenship course. Students designed a new home page (and at least one associated landing page) for a new Australian citizenship website. The web pages were to contain information …

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