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A significant place – ABOVE

Students selected a significant site in their local area from a list provided by the teacher. Working with the teacher, and supported by the teacher-librarian, students posed a series of questions about the building or place and researched answers to …

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A soldier’s story - Above

Students researched the experiences of an Australian soldier in World War I using the digitised material held by the National Archives of Australia, the Australian War Memorial and associated sources. They presented their findings as a written account …

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Advertisement - ABOVE

Students studied digital animation in a unit on advertising. They first explored the basics of multiple animation platforms, developing their skills through a range of tasks. They were asked to complete a summative assessment  that required them to design …

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Analysis essay - ABOVE

Students studied the use of film techniques and conventions to communicate meaning in a film genre. They watched and analysed Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho (1960) through student-led small group class discussion and analysis tasks based on production elements, …

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Analysis: Contact - ABOVE

Students studied the communicative power of technical elements used in Media Arts as part of a unit of work on the documentary Contact (2009) by Bentley Dean and Martin Butler. They explored and analysed the technical elements of voice-over, music, sound …

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Analysis: Food and nutrition - ABOVE

Students learnt about the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating and its categories. They discussed influences on the food and drink people consume and what food is needed to stay healthy. Students were asked to record what they had eaten in the previous …

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Animation - ABOVE

Students studied endangered animals, read The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling, and created short stop motion animation artworks as part of a 10-week unit called ‘Our Animal Planet’. They developed their understanding of the natural world and sustainability, …

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Anzac Day invitation – ABOVE

Students explored the important symbols associated with the commemoration of Anzac Day (25 April). The teacher and teacher-librarian provided students with pictorial sources and real or replica artefacts using a ‘memorial box’ borrowed from the Australian …

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Art response: Leaving home - ABOVE

Students engaged in responding to the subject matter and narrative in Aboriginal Nyoongar artist Laurel Nannup’s woodcut print, Leaving home. They were also required to analyse elements such as shape, the artist’s choice to exclude colour, and the technique …

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Australia and its neighbours – ABOVE

Students labelled outline maps to show the location of the following: the states, territories and capital cities of Australia; some of the major natural features of Australia; and Australia’s neighbouring countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Students …

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Australia and the global economy - ABOVE

This task had multiple parts. Firstly, students were required to photograph a representative selection of products found in their family kitchen, identify the country of origin of each product and create a pie chart to indicate the percentage of imported …

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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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Blog: Working safely - ABOVE

Students, with teacher assistance, have collected evidence of safe and skilful use of technologies in a range of design tasks, and recorded this in a blog.

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Blueback trailer - ABOVE

Students studied the novel Blueback by Tim Winton as part of an integrated unit that included English, Drama, Dance and the creation of a film trailer as a Media Arts summative task. They developed and planned their own sequences based on the novel's …

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Body systems – Above

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 had investigated cells, tissues and organs in each system. Students were …

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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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Bouncing balls – ABOVE (Year 8)

Prior to the sample task, students 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 and bounce …

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Brochure: A referendum to change Australia’s Constitution - ABOVE

Students created a brochure outlining both the ‘yes’ and ‘no’ cases for Australia becoming a republic. This brochure would be distributed to members of the public before the vote which took place in 1999. The task was completed after an introductory unit …

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Bushfire action plan – ABOVE

Students were asked to write a bushfire action plan for their homes. Students examined digital and printed advice from rural fire authorities to identify key information and worked in consultation with their parents or carers to personalise the structure …

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Business plan - ABOVE

Students completed a structured business plan using information and ideas associated with a fictitious company. The task was the culmination of the year’s study and required students to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding of business practices. …

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