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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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7-10 Geography - Year 9

Human alteration of biomes to produce food, industrial materials andfibres, and the use of systems thinking toanalysethe environmental effects of these alterations (ACHGK061)  Challenges to food production, including land and water degradation, shortage …

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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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Geography - 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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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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History - Above satisfactory - Year 9

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can refer to key events and the actions of individuals and groups to analyse patterns of change and continuity over time (WS1, WS2, WS3, WS4, WS5, WS6, WS7). The student analyses the causes and effects …

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History - Satisfactory - Year 9

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can refer to key events and the actions of individuals and groups to explain patterns of change and continuity over time (WS1, WS2, WS3, WS4, WS5, WS6, WS7). The student analyses the causes and effects …

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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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Interconnections: Magnetic Island - BELOW

Over a two-week period, students completed a staged investigative inquiry into how people connect with Magnetic Island, and the impacts of these interconnections. The scaffolded stages of the inquiry were: Identify and list the main questions that need …

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Interconnections: Magnetic Island

Over a two-week period, students completed a staged investigative inquiry into how people connect with Magnetic Island and the impacts of these interconnections. The scaffolded stages of the inquiry were: Identify and list the main questions that need …

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Interconnections: Magnetic Island - AT

Over a two-week period, students completed a staged investigative inquiry into how people connect with Magnetic Island and the impacts of these interconnections. The scaffolded stages of the inquiry were: Identify and list the main questions that need …

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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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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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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 - 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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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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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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Science - Years 9 and 10

Year 9 Science Understanding Biological sciences Content description with elaborations: Ecosystems consist of communities of interdependent organisms and abiotic components of the environment; matter and energy flow through these systems (ACSSU176) exploring …

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Geography - Years 9 and 10

Year 9 Geographical knowledge and understanding Biomes and food security Content descriptions with elaborations: Distribution and characteristics of biomes as regions with distinctive climates, soils, vegetation and productivity (ACHGK060) identifying …

Geography - Years 9 and 10 | Food and fibre dimensions | Dimensions | Curriculum connections | Resources

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