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Aims Work Studies

The Australian Curriculum: Work Studies, Years 9–10 aims to ensure that students in Years 9 and 10 develop: knowledge of the world of work and the importance of lifelong learning capacities to manage careers, change and …

Aims | Work Studies | F-10 curriculum

Representation of Cross-curriculum priorities Modern History

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures includes study of the ideas that have influenced movements for change, the progress towards recognition and equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and the focus of continued …

Representation of Cross-curriculum priorities | Modern History | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

Rationale/Aims Biology

Rationale Biology is the study of the fascinating diversity of life as it has evolved and as it interacts and functions. Investigation of biological systems and their interactions, from cellular processes to ecosystem dynamics, has led to biological knowledge …

Rationale/Aims | Biology | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Structure of Biology Biology

Units Biology is the study of the fascinating diversity of life as it has evolved and as it interacts and functions. Investigation of biological systems and their interactions, from cellular processes to ecosystem dynamics, has led to biological knowledge …

Structure of Biology | Biology | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Rationale/Aims Chemistry

Rationale Chemistry is the study of materials and substances, and the transformations they undergo through interactions and the transfer of energy. Chemists can use an understanding of chemical structures and processes to adapt, control and manipulate …

Rationale/Aims | Chemistry | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Structure Geography

The Australian Curriculum: Geography is organised in two related strands: geographical knowledge and understanding, and geographical inquiry and skills. Geographical knowledge and understanding strand Geographical knowledge refers to the facts, generalisations, …

Structure | Geography | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

Cross-curriculum priorities

The Australian Curriculum gives special attention to three cross-curriculum priorities: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia sustainability. The cross-curriculum priorities are embedded …

Cross-curriculum priorities | Languages | F-10 curriculum

Remote learning: Open Access College

Courtney Miels is an educator at Open Access College where she works through distance education with primary age students in remote locations. Open Access College was established in 1991 as an amalgamation of the SA Correspondence School and the School …

Remote learning: Open Access College | Publications | Resources and publications

Rationale/Aims Physics

Rationale Physics is a fundamental science that endeavours to explain all the natural phenomena that occur in the universe. Its power lies in the use of a comparatively small number of assumptions, models, laws and theories to explain a wide range of …

Rationale/Aims | Physics | Science | Senior secondary curriculum

Structure Science

The three interrelated strands of science The Australian Curriculum: Science has three interrelated strands: science understanding, science as a human endeavour and science inquiry skills. Together, the three strands of the science curriculum provide …

Structure | Science | F-10 curriculum

Structure of Geography Geography

Units In Senior Secondary Geography, students develop their understanding about themes of immediate relevance to them and which have scope for application at a variety of scales, from the local to the global. There are four units: Unit 1: Natural and …

Structure of Geography | Geography | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

Structure Design and Technologies

The Australian Curriculum: Design and Technologies (F–10) comprises two related strands: Design and Technologies knowledge and understanding – the use, development and impact of technologies and design ideas across a range of technologies contexts Design …

Structure | Design and Technologies | Technologies | F-10 curriculum

Aims History

The Australian Curriculum: History aims to ensure that students develop: interest in, and enjoyment of, historical study for lifelong learning and work, including their capacity and willingness to be informed and active citizens knowledge, understanding …

Aims | History | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

Key ideas Science

In the Australian Curriculum: Science, there are six key ideas that represent key aspects of a scientific view of the world and bridge knowledge and understanding across the disciplines of science, as shown Figure 1 below. These are embedded within each …

Key ideas | Science | F-10 curriculum

Introduction Work Studies

The Australian Curriculum: Work Studies, Years 9–10 has been written in response to key work-related issues facing young people today and into the future. This is a world-leading, future-oriented curriculum, equal in quality, value and rigour …

Introduction | Work Studies | F-10 curriculum

Links to Foundation to Year 10 Geography

The senior secondary Geography curriculum builds on the knowledge, conceptual understandings and inquiry skills developed in the Foundation to Year 10 Australian Curriculum: Geography. Through a carefully selected series of units and their associated …

Links to Foundation to Year 10 | Geography | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

Introduction

The humanities and social sciences are the study of human behaviour and interaction in social, cultural, environmental, economic and political contexts. The humanities and social sciences have a historical and contemporary focus, from personal to global …

Introduction | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

Rationale HASS

In a world that is increasingly culturally diverse and dynamically interconnected, it is important that students come to understand their world, past and present, and develop a capacity to respond to challenges, now and in the future, in innovative, informed, …

Rationale | HASS | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

Representation of Cross-curriculum priorities Geography

While the significance of the cross-curriculum priorities for Geography varies, there are opportunities for teachers to select contexts that incorporate the key concepts from each priority. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures Students …

Representation of Cross-curriculum priorities | Geography | Humanities and Social Sciences | Senior secondary curriculum

Structure History

The Australian Curriculum: History is organised into two interrelated strands: historical knowledge and understanding and historical inquiry and skills. Historical knowledge and understanding strand This strand includes personal, family, local, state …

Structure | History | Humanities and Social Sciences | F-10 curriculum

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