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Digital Technologies - Below 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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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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Design and Technologies - Below satisfactory - Years 7 and 8

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can explain factors that influence the design of products, services and environments to meet present and future needs (WS1, WS2, WS3, WS4). The student explains the contribution of design and technology …

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The Arts: Media Arts - Below satisfactory - Years 7 and 8

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can identify some technical effects in a documentary and how they communicate meaning to an audience (WS1). The student can use some technical and symbolic elements, as well as conventions of print …

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Health and Physical Education - Below satisfactory - Years 7 and 8

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can identify physical changes that occur during puberty and recognise that during puberty relationships also change (WS3). They identify a number of emotions that impact on relationships and provide …

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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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Digital project: Website - BELOW

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

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Digital project: Podcast - BELOW

Students designed and implemented a podcast and documented the process. They identified the audience, designed and planned the solution including creating a storyboard and script. Students implemented the solution using audio software, evaluated the solution …

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Digital project: App development - BELOW

Students collaboratively designed and implemented an app for Year 7 and 8 students. They documented their process using a group wiki including guidelines for using the wiki and managing files, analysis of similar apps, functional and non-functional requirements, …

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Scripted: Pyramus and Thisbe - BELOW

Students were engaged in a unit of work on Elizabethan drama using Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream as the key text for a performance-based assessment. They studied style and the acting conventions of the play’s original context. They also learned …

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Exploring Islamic art - BELOW

Students explored the fundamental principles of Islamic art (geometry, calligraphy and arabesque). They researched and analysed traditional Islamic artwork and architecture, and explored the use of geometric shapes to create patterns using traditional …

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Design project: Muffins - BELOW

Students researched, investigated, designed, produced and evaluated a healthy muffin suitable to be sold in a local café catering to adolescents. They explored the properties of ingredients to design a product that was healthy. They considered packaging …

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Design project: Desktop lamp - BELOW

Students completed an investigation of lighting technology and design developments over the past century. They developed knowledge and understanding of lighting technologies and the impact they have locally and globally. Students identified key elements …

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Working safely and accurately - BELOW

Students were filmed or photographed to demonstrate working safely in the technologies classroom (below sample not published). They completed safety worksheets to demonstrate their understanding of safe work practices.  

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Design project: Pig enclosure - BELOW

Students completed an analysis of the two pig enclosures (managed environments) at the school where pigs were housed. They used their prior knowledge, internet research and an audit key to assist them in assessing the positives and negatives of each of …

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Written response: Including others - BELOW

As part of a unit of work on valuing diversity, students learnt about the importance of positive relationships as they transition into adolescence. Students were asked to examine scenarios involving a range of relationship issues and use a thinking routine …

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Design project: Budget pants - BELOW

Students designed and produced pants or shorts for a specified budget. They documented their work including a deconstructed design brief; mood board collage; design ideas rendered and annotated; a fashion illustration (3D sketch); storyboard; materials …

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Hip-hop: Technology - BELOW

Students were asked to use dance to explore an issue facing the youth of today in a four-week unit. They were assessed in a summative task that included making (choreography and performance) and responding. Students selected and organised the elements …

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Magazine cover - BELOW

Students studied the conventions and technical and symbolic elements of magazine covers and how they engage an audience. They explored how the media creates meaning and engages particular audiences with precision on magazine covers. In particular, students …

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Landscapes - BELOW

Students were engaged in a process of creating an artwork of a landscape with merged perspectives to communicate a viewpoint on sustainability. They explored Aboriginal Waanyi artist Judy Watson’s own viewpoints on sustainability, as well as her use of …

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