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Geography - Below satisfactory - Year 7

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can describe some of the human and geographical processes that influence the characteristics of places, and how places are perceived and valued differently (WS1, WS2). The student explains some spatial …

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Geography - Below satisfactory - Year 8

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

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Geography - Below satisfactory - Year 10

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can use some research to develop and modify geographically significant questions to frame an inquiry (WS1). The student collects and evaluates secondary sources to select relevant geographical data …

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Geography - Below satisfactory - Year 9

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can analyse the interconnections between people and environments. Through an examination of the relationships between biomes and food scarcity (WS1), and trading patterns (WS2), and between human and …

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Data analysis: Water in the world – BELOW

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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Landforms and landscapes - BELOW

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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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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Photostory: Liveability - BELOW

Students were required to investigate ways of improving the liveability of their local community through the encouragement of pride and ownership in places and spaces. At the end of the four-week unit, students undertook a field trip in their local area …

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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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Interconnections: Magnetic Island - BELOW

Over a two-week period, students completed a staged investigative inquiry into how people connect with Magnetic Island, and the impacts of these interconnections. The scaffolded stages of the inquiry were: Identify and list the main questions that …

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Research inquiry: Interconnections - BELOW

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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Data analysis: Food scarcity - BELOW

Over a period of six weeks, students examined the biomes of the world, how humans have altered environments for food production, and the main challenges of providing food security. Various case studies were used from Australia and other parts of the world …

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