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Radioactivity and its application - At

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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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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Enterprise project - Year 9 - AT

This group of students was drawn from a class of mixed-ability students learning through STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) enterprise project work. Students were asked to complete an action project which demonstrates entrepreneurial …

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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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Political cartoons - AT

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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Number and algebra: Archers in the plane – WS9

Students were asked to find the coordinates of a point where an archery target could be placed such that it is equidistant from three archers.

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Data analysis: Food scarcity - AT

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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Interview: An idea that changed the world - Above

Students worked in pairs to research one allocated progressive idea or movement from the 18th or 19th century. They were asked to identify its features and to adopt the persona of one of its leaders or proponents. Students then wrote the script for an …

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Source analysis: The Gallipoli campaign - Above

Students examined four sources related to the Gallipoli campaign in World War I. They were asked to analyse these sources and consider how each source could be used to answer the question, ‘Was the Gallipoli campaign a glorious moment for Australia?’ …

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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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Research inquiry: Interconnections - AT

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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Research inquiry: Interconnections - ABOVE

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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Design and Technologies - Years 9 and 10

Technologies contexts By the end of Year 10 students will have had the opportunity to design and produce designed solutions for one or more of the technologies contexts below. Engineering principles and systems Investigate and make judgements on how …

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7-10 History - Year 9

Explanation and Communication Content descriptions with elaborations: Use a range of communication forms (oral, graphic, written) and digital technologies (ACHHS175) using online conferencing and other forms of ICT to discuss historical questions …

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7-10 Geography - Year 9

Geographies of interconnections Content descriptions with elaborations: The way transportation and information and communication technologies are used to connect people to services, information and people in other places (ACHGK066) describing the …

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Design and Technologies - Years 9 and 10

By the end of Year 10: Technologies and society Critically analyse factors, including social, ethical and sustainability considerations, that impact on designed solutions for global preferred futures and the complex design and production processes involved …

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Game using le passé composé - AT

Students were asked to participate in a game of battleships using le passé composé. First, they reviewed the grammatical structures required for the activity.

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