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Digital Technologies - Above satisfactory - Years 9 and 10

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can explain the control and management of networked digital systems and the security implications of the interaction between hardware, software and users (WS5). The student explains simple data compression, …

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Geography - Above 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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Work Studies - Above satisfactory - Year 9

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can understand the importance of lifelong and self-directed learning (WS1, WS4). The student can investigate the skills or personal qualities associated with a range of occupations (WS1, WS2, WS3, …

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Civics and Citizenship – Above Satisfactory – Year 9

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can evaluate features of Australia’s political system, and identify and critically analyse the influences on people’s political choices (WS1). The student explains the key principles of Australia’s …

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Economics and Business - Above satisfactory - Year 9

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can explain in detail the role of the Australian economy in allocating and distributing resources, and analyse the interdependence of participants in the global economy (WS3). The student explains …

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Law of conservation of mass – ABOVE

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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Source analysis and extended response: The Industrial Revolution - Above

Students examined four primary sources detailing working conditions in factories, mines and other operations during the Industrial Revolution. They completed four source analysis tables, recording their findings and ideas about the nature, content and …

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Solar cells - Above

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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Reflections on a shadow day - ABOVE

Students were part of a mixed-ability, multi-aged class of combined Year 9 and Year 10 students. In cooperation with the teacher, students negotiated a day to shadow a person working in an occupation of interest. Prior to the experience, students prepared …

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Infographic: Making a nation - Above

Students collated information and ideas associated with the ‘Making a nation’ depth study and created an infographic to summarise their findings. The teacher provided a scaffold for the organisation of the material and students were required to use the …

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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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Workplace health and safety - ABOVE

This task contained a series of components. Students investigated the health and safety conditions in a hypothetical workplace. They summarised their observations and suggested a course of action. Students researched the legislation applying to Australian …

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Remembering and commemorating - Above

Students examined the ways in which war memorials in Australia and overseas assist people to remember and commemorate the past. They were provided with a teacher-produced worksheet listing nine different war memorials and were asked to record a summary …

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Natural and man-made impact on ecosystems – ABOVE

In a teaching and learning unit on ecology, students learnt about energy and matter transfer in an ecosystem using food chains and food webs, different relationships between organisms in an ecosystem, sustainability, and natural and man-made impacts on …

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Travel advice - above

As part of their teaching and learning unit on biological sciences, students investigated how living organisms maintain the requirements for life through the coordinated function of body systems, such as the respiratory, circulatory, digestive, nervous …

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Radioactivity – ABOVE

In a teaching and learning unit on chemical sciences, students learnt the basic concepts and history of atomic theory, investigated different models of the structure of atoms, and learnt about isotopes and different forms of radioactive decay. They discussed …

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Earth Science Task – ABOVE

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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Data analysis: Food scarcity - ABOVE

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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Political cartoons - ABOVE

This task had two parts. First, students designed a political cartoon associated with the Franklin River dispute which incorporated the iconic ‘no dams’ symbol. Second, students critically analysed their cartoons and presented a rationale explaining why …

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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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