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Design project: Water - BELOW

Students investigated water management systems in the school and made suggestions for design improvement, or offered alternative designs to solve perceived problems. They were required to submit a labelled diagram/drawing of their design idea including …

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Data analysis: Water in the world – BELOW

Over a period of six weeks, students explored how water connects places, environments and people. Students used digital technologies to present the process of orographic rainfall and explain how it influences the characteristics on either side of a mountain. Students …

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Learning through work experience - BELOW

This task was part of a unit of work relating to work placement. The students experienced explicit teaching of employability skills and reflective writing. They worked with a career adviser to identify an area of vocational interest and organise for a …

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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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Health and Physical Education - Below satisfactory - Years 3 and 4

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can identify at least one strength to help them manage changes that are happening to them and identify one quality they would like to improve (WS6). They identify a limited number of factors that influence …

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Geography - Below 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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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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Written response: Bushwalking - BELOW

As part of a unit of work about healthy eating and the outdoors, students learnt about the natural environment and participated in a bushwalk in their local community. Students explored strategies to promote minimal impact on the environment. Students …

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Clay objects: Connection to our coast - BELOW

Students considered how artists communicate their viewpoints and their connection to the natural environment though their artwork. They created clay forms inspired by the artworks of Alison Brown and Aboriginal Thaynakwith artist, Thancoupie. They also …

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Demonstration: Shadow dodge - BELOW

The class was exposed to and practised a range of fundamental movement skills through a variety of games. The teacher projected a film of moving objects on a wall. The students were asked to demonstrate running, walking, dodging/ducking and jumping in …

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Poster: Stay safe - BELOW

As part of a unit of work on safety, students learnt about what the concept of safety means in the classroom, school and local community. Students were asked to design a poster illustrating an important aspect of safety in each setting (classroom, school …

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Design project: To market - BELOW

Students designed a sustainable enterprise including the environment to grow a vegetable. They investigated plant varieties, requirements for growth and the control of weeds. Students investigated opportunities for selling produce including value-added …

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Design project: Seed to sandwich - BELOW

Students explored requirements for plant growth and the production and processing steps to get from a wheat seed to a food product (loaf of bread). They created a visual representation (road map) to plot the steps from a wheat seed to a loaf of bread. …

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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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Seeking workplace information - BELOW

In groups, students visited workplaces that most closely aligned with their interests. Students were asked to prepare a set of interview questions that could be asked of a human resource person in the workplace. They visited the workplace and conducted …

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Comparison: Food models - BELOW

Students were asked to compare the Australian Guide to Healthy Eating with the dietary recommendations from another country. They were then asked to design their own food guidelines and to explain reasons for their recommendations. This assessment task …

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Verbal response: Body responses to physical activity - BELOW

During the term, students had discussions about how the body responds to physical activity. As part of their learning, students used stethoscopes and apps to monitor heart rates. Students were asked to provide a response to teacher-generated questions …

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Demonstration: Overarm throw - BELOW

Prior to the assessment task, students participated in a ball skills unit involving throwing and catching activities, group activities and minor games involving these skills, and viewed video clips of effective overarm throws. Students were asked to perform …

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Investigation: Innovation - BELOW

Students investigated a designed solution they believed was innovative. They prepared a report including an analysis of why the design was innovative (including materials, tools and techniques) and an analysis of the impact of this designed solution on …

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Design project: Push pull toy - BELOW

Students explored forces of push and pull on the ground, in the air and in the water. They focused on the toys that they use but also learned about toys from other cultures. Students designed their own toys, and safely produced a toy using materials, …

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