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Science - 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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Science - Satisfactory - Year 7

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can describe techniques to separate pure substances from mixtures (WS1, WS2, WS4, WS7). The student represents and predicts the effects of unbalanced forces, including Earth’s gravity, on motion (WS3). The …

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Periodic table pamphlet – AT

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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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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Classification - AT

Students had investigated the role of classification in the biological sciences. After a visit to a local wildlife park, where students observed features and behaviours of Australian animals, they analysed how scientists develop hierarchical classification …

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Solar cells - AT

This task was the final assessment task of a five-week teaching and learning unit on solar energy. During the unit, students learnt about scientific concepts related to atomic structure and electricity that allowed them to understand how a solar panel …

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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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Law of conservation of mass – AT

Prior to the sample task, students learnt the basic concepts and history of atomic theory, the difference between elements and compounds, the law of conservation of mass, and different types of chemical reactions. In this task, students were asked to …

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Genetics practical – AT

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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Water purification - AT

In a teaching and learning unit on pure substances and mixtures, students investigated different types of mixtures and explored scientific terminology used to describe their components, states of matter, reversible and irreversible changes, aspects of …

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Bouncing balls – AT

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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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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Slater investigation - AT

In previous teaching and learning units, students learnt about the scientific method and conducted investigations, wrote reports and reflected on their investigations. During a teaching and learning unit on biological sciences, students practiced identifying …

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Rates of reaction – AT

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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Heat transfer – AT

By the end of Year 9, students explain chemical processes and natural radioactivity in terms of atoms and energy transfers and describe examples of important chemical reactions. They describe models of energy transfer and apply these to explain phenomena. …

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Toys project - AT

As part of their teaching and learning unit on physical sciences, students had investigated different types of forces and simple machines. Students had been explicitly taught how to draw force diagrams and how to scientifically communicate designs that …

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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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Megafauna essays – AT

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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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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Earth Science Task – AT

Over a period of eight weeks, students engaged in an integrated STEAM project designed to offer students insights into real-world industry applications and work experiences. Students were organised into ‘business units’ of a fictitious mining corporation …

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