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Chemical change – AT

Prior to the sample task, students were introduced to the atomic model and the ways in which this could be used to explain chemical structures and processes. They had investigated a variety of chemical reactions and classified them as endothermic or exothermic, …

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Chemical change – ABOVE

Prior to the sample task, students were introduced to the atomic model and the ways in which this could be used to explain chemical structures and processes. They had investigated a variety of chemical reactions and classified them as endothermic or exothermic, …

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Science - Above 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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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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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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Research task - AT

During a teaching and learning unit on chemical sciences, students learnt about pure substances and mixtures and investigated a variety of separation techniques for soluble and insoluble substances. During a unit on Earth and space sciences, students …

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Water purification - ABOVE

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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Research task - ABOVE

During a teaching and learning unit on chemical sciences, students learnt about pure substances and mixtures and investigated a variety of separation techniques for soluble and insoluble substances. During a unit on Earth and space sciences, students …

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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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Expansion - Above

Prior to the sample task, students had 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 …

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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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Rates of reaction – ABOVE

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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