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Digital Technologies - Satisfactory - Years 7 and 8

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can distinguish between different types of networks and defined purposes (WS5). The student explains how text, image and audio data can be represented, secured and presented in digital systems (WS2, …

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Civics and Citizenship – Satisfactory – Year 8

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can analyse features of Australian democracy, and explain features of Australia’s democracy that enable active participation (WS1). The student recognises different types of laws in Australia and explains …

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Economics and Business - Satisfactory - Year 8

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can explain the rights and responsibilities of consumers and businesses in terms of financial and economic decision-making (WS2). The student explains why different types of businesses exist (WS4) and …

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Geography - Satisfactory - Year 8

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can explain the interconnections between people and environments (WS1) and how places are perceived and valued differently (WS2). Through an examination of the factors associated with the movement …

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Science - Satisfactory - Year 8

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can use the particle model to explain and predict the properties and behaviours of substances (WS1). The student identifies different forms of energy and describes how energy transfers and transformations …

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Solar car experiment – AT

As part of an integrated STEM project, students had previously designed and built a solar-powered toy car and they used this to investigate the transformation of light energy into electrical and kinetic energy. Students designed and performed an experiment …

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Landforms and landscapes - AT

Students were required to investigate the economic, social and environmental impacts of human interactions with a key geographical landform in their local area and the impacts of the landform on human interactions. Over the course of two weeks, students …

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Examining sources – AT

Students examined a selection of seen and unseen sources from the early medieval period and were asked to apply their historical inquiry skills to analyse and interpret these sources. They recorded their observations on a teacher-created worksheet. The …

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Postcard from Angkor Wat - At

Students were asked to imagine visiting Angkor Wat in Cambodia and to design and write the two sides of a postcard detailing what they had seen and learned at the site. They were provided with a teacher-created template to record their thoughts and observations, …

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Body systems – AT

In a teaching and learning unit on biological sciences, students studied human anatomy with a particular focus on the respiratory, circulatory, nervous and digestive systems. They investigated cells, tissues and organs in each system. Students were given …

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Expansion – AT

Prior to the sample task, students explored states of matter focusing on how the particle model explains matter in its different states at a molecular level. They had completed various inquiries relating to the particle model including kinaesthetic activities …

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Concrete sculpture – AT

In prior learning activities, students learnt concepts and performed experiments relating to chemical and physical changes. They performed a research investigation into the rock cycle with a particular focus on the processes of weathering and erosion. This …

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The world of work in the future - AT

Students researched the factors that may impact upon the world of work and created an infographic to summarise their findings. The teacher, in association with the teacher-librarian, scaffolded the research and monitored the nature and breadth of source …

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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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Comparison: Knight versus samurai - AT

Students compared the life and roles of European knights and Japanese samurai in medieval times. They examined a selection of primary and secondary sources provided by the class teacher and teacher-librarian and summarised their findings on a Venn diagram. …

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Bouncing balls – AT (Year 8)

Prior to the sample task, students investigated investigated forms of energy and energy transfers and transformations. As part of the unit, students were required to undertake a practical investigation to identify the relationship between drop heights …

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How to make a law - AT

This task had two parts. First, students wrote a letter to their local member of parliament asking for improved access to the internet for all members of a remote Australian community. Second, assuming this request was successful, students wrote a short …

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Social media: Aztecs and Incas - AT

Students were asked to create a series of social media posts regarding an aspect of the Spanish conquest of the Americas. They were required to choose an appropriate platform incorporating text and images and were provided with teacher-created templates …

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Description: Castles – AT

Students were asked to write a description of the changes in the design and function of castles in medieval Europe. They worked with their class teacher and the teacher-librarian to locate appropriate written and pictorial source material and were provided …

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Digital project: Website - AT

Students collaboratively designed and implemented a website to document the development of a healthy food item developed in Design and Technologies. They researched and analysed existing websites to determine functional and aesthetic criteria required …

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