Curriculum Guide 2021 - Relationships Respect Communication - Ceduna Area School

 
Curriculum Guide 2021 - Relationships Respect Communication - Ceduna Area School
Curriculum Guide 2021

Relationships   Respect   Communication
Curriculum Guide 2021 - Relationships Respect Communication - Ceduna Area School
Welcome, Parents / Caregivers and Students

The purpose of the Senior School Curriculum
Handbook is to provide students, parents and
caregivers with information about courses and
subjects offered at Ceduna Area School at Year 10,
and at Stage 1 (normally undertaken at Year 11) and
Stage 2 (normally undertaken at Year 12) in 2021.

The SACE is the minimum academic requirement for
school leavers to gain entry into many TAFE and                       Simon Smith
                                                               Assistant Principal (7 to 12)
most University courses. These days it is generally
accepted that a young person will try to complete
Year 12 and their SACE before moving on to the
next phase of their lives.

At Year 10, students are introduced to a wide range
of subject choices, but these choices must be made
with future work / career choices and the subject
requirements of SACE in mind.

It is important that this handbook is looked at
carefully when making choices for Year 10, Stage 1                    Frew Halbert
and Stage 2 subjects.                                       Well Being Co-Ordinator (7 to 12)

Although the school endeavours to offer maximum
choice in our curriculum offerings it must be
emphasised that student interest and enrolment
numbers are the determining factors as to whether
courses proceed or not.

I wish you well in the choices that you make for
your future and invite you to contact members of
the staff if you require further assistance with this
very important process.

Assistance with subject choices can be sought at
any time from Homegroup teachers, Secondary
Student Counsellor- Frew Halbert, Laura Brooksby                     Laura Brooksby
                                                        Teaching and Learning Coordinator (10-12)
Teaching & Learning Coordinator (10-12), Simon
Smith Assistant Principal (7 to 12), Mark Price
Assistance Principle. Please contact the school to
make an appointment.

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Curriculum Guide 2021 - Relationships Respect Communication - Ceduna Area School
Year 12 Physics .............................................................. 21
                                                                                        Year 10 Visual Arts ......................................................... 23
                                                                                        Year 11 Visual Arts ......................................................... 23
                                                                                        Year 12 Visual Arts - Art ................................................. 24
                                                                                        Year 10 Physical Education ............................................ 26
Contents
Contents ...........................................................................2   Year 11 Physical Education ............................................ 26

The SACE – How do you get it? ........................................3                 Year 12 Physical Education ............................................ 27

   What are some of the features of the SACE? ..............3                           Year 10 Food and Technology ....................................... 27

   The requirements to achieve the SACE........................3                        Year 11 Food and Hospitality......................................... 28

   Some elements of the SACE are compulsory ...............3                            Year 12 Food and Hospitality......................................... 28
                                                                                        Year 11 Society and Culture........................................... 30
   How the SACE fits together ..........................................4
                                                                                        Year 12 Society and Culture........................................... 30
Stage 1 and 2 information................................................5
                                                                                        Year 12 Tourism ............................................................. 31
   STAGE 1 ........................................................................5
                                                                                        Year 10 STEM ................................................................. 33
   STAGE 2 ........................................................................5
                                                                                        Year 11 Pedal Prix .......................................................... 33
   AUSTRALIAN TERTIARY ADMISSION RANK (ATAR) ......5
                                                                                        Year 10 Digital Photography .......................................... 34
Other Options ..................................................................5
                                                                                        Year 11 Digital Photography .......................................... 34
   VOCATIONAL EDUCATION............................................5
                                                                                        Year 12 Digital Photography .......................................... 35
   Open Access College ....................................................5
                                                                                        Year 10 Design and Technology..................................... 35
Year 10 Personal Learning Plan ........................................8
                                                                                        Year 11 Design and Technology..................................... 33
Year 10 Research Practices ..............................................9
                                                                                        Year 12 Design and Technology..................................... 33
Year 11 Research Project .................................................9
                                                                                        Year 10 Hair and Beauty ................................................ 38
Year 10 Mathematics .....................................................11
                                                                                        Year 11 Hair and Beauty ................................................ 38
Year 11 General Mathematics .......................................11
                                                                                        Year 10 Marine Experience............................................ 39
Year 11 Mathematics .....................................................12
                                                                                        Year 11 Marine Experience............................................ 39
Year 11 Essential Mathematics ......................................12
                                                                                        Year 10 Doorways 2 Construction (D2C) ....................... 40
Year 12 Mathematical Methods ....................................13
                                                                                        Year 11 Doorways to Construction (D2C) ...................... 40
Year 12 General Mathematics Stage 2...........................13
                                                                                        Year 12 Workplace Practices ......................................... 41
Year 10 English ...............................................................15
                                                                                        Year 12 Child Studies ..................................................... 41
Year 11 English ...............................................................15
                                                                                        Year 10 SAASTA ............................................................. 42
Year 11 Essential English ................................................16
                                                                                        Year 11 SAASTA ............................................................. 42
Year 12 English Literary Studies .....................................16
                                                                                        Year 12 SAASTA............................................................. 43
Year 12 English ...............................................................17
Year 12 Essential English ................................................17
Year 10 Science – General..............................................19
Year 11 Biology...............................................................19
Year 11 Physics ...............................................................20
Year 12 Biology...............................................................20

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The SACE – How do you get it?
Many students would know something about the South
Australian Certificate of Education, but you might not be
familiar with the finer details.
The SACE is the certificate you receive when you               Some elements of the SACE are compulsory
successfully complete Year 12, by meeting certain
                                                               These are:
requirements. The certificate is internationally
                                                               A Personal Learning Plan at Stage 1 (usually undertaken
recognised and is essential if you want to get into most
                                                               in Year 10), worth 10 credits.
TAFE courses and universities in South Australia,
                                                               at least 20 credits towards literacy from a range of
interstate and overseas.
                                                               English/English as a Second Language studies at Stage 1
There are two stages in the SACE – Stage 1 and Stage 2.        at least 10 credits towards numeracy from a range of
Most students will start Stage 1 in Year 10 and finish it in   Mathematics Studies at Stage 1
Year 11. Stage 2 is usually undertaken in Year 12.             a major Research Project at Stage 2, worth 10 credits
What are some of the features of the SACE?                     Completion of at least 60 additional credits in Stage 2
                                                               subjects and courses.
As part of the SACE students will:
receive credits for many different forms of education
                                                               The importance of the compulsory elements is reflected
and training (such as academic
                                                               in the requirement that students must achieve either an
                                                               A, B, C or equivalent in these subjects to complete the
The requirements to achieve the SACE                           SACE successfully.
To gain the SACE certificate students must earn 200
credits. Ten credits are equivalent to one semester or six     In addition to the compulsory elements, students will
months’ study in a particular subject or course.               choose from a wide range of subjects and courses to
                                                               earn the remaining 90 credits to gain the SACE. These
                                                               include subjects and courses from either Stage 1 or
                                                               Stage 2.

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How the SACE fits together

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Stage 1 and 2 information                                     Other Options
STAGE 1
Students who have not completed their Personal                VOCATIONAL EDUCATION
Learning Plan (PLP) to a ‘C’ grade or better at Year 10       Undertaking VET may benefit students’ exploration of a
will be required to do PLP during Year 11. This may be        variety of career pathways; it is not just reserved for a
completed during semester one in their own time, with         pathway within the trades (e.g. plumbing, automotive
support from a staff member. Students who have not            and construction).
completed their PLP to a ‘C’ grade or better by the           Students can complete VET qualifications in a diverse
beginning of semester two will be required to                 range of industries, including business administration,
participate in an intensive workshop at the end of Term       veterinary nursing, aged care or sport and recreation.
2.                                                            VET is designed to expand opportunities and pathways
Students must enrol in and complete two semesters of          for senior secondary students and improve educational
English to a ‘C’ grade or better for each semester.           outcomes in line with the state governments objective
Students must enrol in at least one Mathematics subject       to increase the number of students achieving their South
in semester one and may choose whether or not to              Australian Certificate of Education (SACE).
select a Mathematics subject in semester two. Students
who do not complete at least one Mathematics subject          Open Access College
in semester one to a ‘C’ grade or better, must repeat a
Mathematics subject in semester two.                          The Open Access College is available as a school-based
All Stage 1 students will be enrolled in Stage 2 Research     option for students who have a particular subject need
Project in the second semester. This is to support            that cannot be met by Ceduna Area School as a face to
greater flexibility and a stronger focus on the Stage 2       face subject.
subjects they will study in Year 12.
                                                              Please be aware that if students enrol in Open Access
STAGE 2                                                       Courses there is a $50 per subject per semester cost
Students who have not completed Research Project to a         involved.
‘C-’ grade or higher will need to complete it the
following year. Students who have completed Research          Should students need to enrol in an Open Access College
Project may select                                            subject it is advisable to do so during the subject
four or five Stage 2 subjects.                                counselling process to ensure that materials and phone
                                                              lessons are organised prior to the start of the school
AUSTRALIAN TERTIARY ADMISSION RANK                            year. To check out what subjects are available visit the
                                                              website at http://oac.schools.sa.edu.au/
(ATAR)
Receiving an ATAR is important if a student is looking to
apply for University. The ATAR provides a measure of a
student’s overall performance and academic
achievement relative to other secondary school students
across Australia. It is calculated based on the student’s
University aggregate and then reported on their Tertiary
Entrance Statement (provided they are eligible to
receive one). The ATAR is a rank, not a mark. It is used to
help universities rank applicants for selection into their
courses. The ATAR is a figure between 0 and 99.95; the
ATAR entrance score is based on University cut off
scores and will vary from course to course and each
year.

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Cross Disciplinary Studies
Year 10 Personal Learning Plan

Year 10 Research Practices

Year 11 Research Project

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Year 10 Personal Learning Plan
                                                             You will need to present your learning in two parts: Folio
Course Length: Semester
                                                             & Review. You’ll also come out of the subject with a plan
                                                             to get you where you want to go.
If you don’t have a career in mind yet, don’t worry!
There’s a subject in the SACE which is dedicated to
                                                             Your plan isn’t set in stone though – you can change it at
helping you discover your interests, strengths and
                                                             any point during your SACE studies. The idea is to get
ambitions, and putting you on the path to success
                                                             you thinking about what your options are and what path
                                                             you might like to take.
The Personal Learning Plan is a Stage 1 subject, usually
undertaken in Year 10. It’s worth 10 credits, and you
need to achieve a C grade or higher to gain your SACE.
                                                             Choosing your subjects
                                                             The Personal Learning Plan is particularly useful when it
Students must complete a week of work experience to          comes to subject selection for Year 11 and 12. Some
successfully complete this subject.                          university courses require you to study prerequisite
                                                             subjects, so it’s helpful to know which Year 11 subjects
                                                             lead into those subjects in Year 12.
What’s the plan?
The Personal Learning Plan gives you the chance to
                                                             You can also look into the benefits of including
identify your plans and goals for the future, helping you
                                                             Vocational Education and Training (VET) in your SACE to
make informed decisions about your personal
                                                             help you reach your goals
development, education and training

If you have a career already in mind, the Personal           Other skills you can learn
Learning Plan provides a chance for you to explore           Through the Personal Learning Plan you may also learn
university, TAFE, and apprenticeship or traineeship          work skills which you can apply to your current and/or
courses or pathways.                                         future job, such as writing a resume and cover letter, or
                                                             learning about professional relationships.
For students who don’t know what they want to do yet,
the subject will give you an idea of what careers might      By talking to employers and business people, you can
interest you and the kinds of subjects you can study to      discover what skills and attributes they look for in young
maximise your choices in the future.                         people, and use these as guidelines to assist in your
                                                             personal development.
The Capabilities
The Personal Learning Plan is your introduction to the       Undertake a block of Work Experience and reflect on
seven SACE capabilities – Literacy, Numeracy,                skills learned and tasks they have performed. Students
                                                             are involved in the process of contacting employers and
Intercultural Understanding, Ethical Understanding,
                                                             completing a work journal under the work capability.
Critical & Creative Thinking, Personal & Social,
Information & Communication Technology.
                                                             More information about the Personal Learning Plan can
                                                             be found on the SACE website (www.sace.sa.edu.au)
You’ll learn what capabilities you need for your future,
as well as how to develop and improve them.                  under Subjects > Stage 1 > Cross disciplinary > Personal
                                                             Learning Plan.
Assessment
As part of the Personal Learning Plan you’ll identify your
strengths and weaknesses, investigate potential
pathways, and figure out how you’re going to get there.

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Year 10 Research Practices                                   Year 11 Research Project
Course Length: Semester                                      Course Length: Full Year

Assumed Knowledge                                            Assumed Knowledge

No pre-requisite                                             It is expected that students have completed their PLP.

Course Overview                                              Course Overview

Fundamentals of research design and implementation           The Research Project is a compulsory element of the
will be applied through a variety of learning activities     SACE which students must complete with a C or higher
and assessment tasks. Students are encouraged to             grade.
develop investigate and inquiry skills through both
independent and guided research.                             Students choose a research topic that is based on an
                                                             area of interest. Through their folio, they show their
Teachers will choose core themes throughout the first        development in literacy and a second capability of their
three tasks.                                                 choice; Numeracy, ICT, Critical & Creative Thinking,
                                                             Personal & Social, Ethical Understanding and
Students develop their interests in an individual            Intercultural that is relevant to their research. They use
component of this theme that directs their research.         the framework (described below) as a guide to
Within this field, students have flexibility to modify and   developing their research. They also show their
refine their topic. The findings will culminate within an    developing knowledge and skills specific to their
overall compendium of work that includes a range of          research topic.
folio and source tasks analysis tasks.
                                                             Students evaluate the research processes they use,
It is a compulsory program of work equalling 10 credits      through which they demonstrate their capability for
over the semester.                                           learning. Students also demonstrate and evaluate their
                                                             chosen capability. The four parts of the research
The following areas of study will be undertaken.             framework are:

Exploring Research Approaches                                initiating, planning and managing the research
Topic 1 (The purpose of research)                            carrying out the research
Topic 2 (Research Methods)                                   communicating the research outcome
                                                             evaluating the research
Exploring Research Skills
    Topic 4 (Planning)                                       This framework is flexible to accommodate different
    Topic 3 (Development)                                    models and approaches to research and inquiry-based
                                                             learning and to guide each student’s research, on any
                                                             topic and in any context.
Assessment
                                                             Assessment
This is a 10 credit course that consists of the following    Internal 70%
assessments.                                                 Folio (preliminary ideas and research proposal, research
                                                             development and discussion) 30%
60% Folio (Purpose of research and Research Methods)         Research outcome 40%
40% Source Analysis (Development and Planning)               External 30%
                                                             Evaluation 30%

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Mathematics
Year 10 Maths

Year 11 Mathematics

Year 11 General Mathematics

Year 11 Essential Maths

Year 12 Mathematical Methods

Year 12 General Maths

                               10
Year 10 Mathematics                                             Year 11 General Mathematics
Course Length: Full Year                                        Course Length: Semester
                                                                Available in: Semester 1 and 2
Assumed Knowledge:
                                                                Assumed Knowledge
Successful completion of year 9 Achievement Standard.
                                                                Students should have been successful in Mathematics at
Course Overview                                                 Year 10. Completion of Semester 1 is a prerequisite for
                                                                Semester 2.
In continuation from the year 9 Australian Curriculum,
this course will see students learn mathematics in three        Course Overview
strands: number & algebra, measurement & geometry,
                                                                .

                                                                Numeracy is a compulsory 10 point component of the
and statistics & probability. The first half of the course is
                                                                SACE. It is achieved by gaining a C grade or better in any
structured to develop core skills that are transferrable
                                                                one of the Stage 1 Mathematics courses.
across the three strands and the second half of the
                                                                General Mathematics extends students’ mathematical
course will be aimed at preparing students for the
                                                                skills in ways that apply to practical problem solving. The
rigours of Stage 1 Mathematics.
                                                                topics presented cover a diverse range of applications of
The topics covered include:                                     mathematics, including personal financial management,
                                                                measurement and trigonometry, the statistical
Semester 1
                                                                investigation process, modelling using linear and non-
   • Pattern and Algebraic Reasoning
                                                                linear functions and discrete modelling using networks
   • Application of Pythagoras’ Theorem
                                                                and matrices.
   • Volume and surface area of complex 3D shapes
   • Index notation and exponential functions                   Semester 1 (10-credit)
Semester 2                                                         • Investing & Borrowing
   • Quadratic expressions: Product expansion and                  • Measurement
   • factorisation.                                                • Statistics Investigation
   • Coordinate Geometry                                        Semester 2 (10 credit)
   • Formula manipulation                                          • Applications of Trigonometry
   • Solving simultaneous systems                                  • Linear and Exponential Functions and their
                                                                      graphs
                                                                   • Matrices and Networks
                                                                Assessment
                                                                Each 10 credit unit will consist of the following
                                                                assessment items:
                                                                • 60% Three Skills Assessment Tasks (tests)
                                                                • 40% One mathematical investigation (a maximum of 8
                                                                  A4 pages at size 10 font size including diagrams and
                                                                calculations)

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Year 11 Mathematics                                          Year 11 Essential Mathematics
Course Length: Semester                                      Course Length: Semester
Available in: Semester 1 and 2                               Available in: Semester 1 and 2

Assumed Knowledge                                            Assumed Knowledge
Students should have an interest in Mathematics and a        Students should have been successful in Mathematics at
comprehensive knowledge of Year 10 Mathematics is            Year 10. Completion of Semester 1 is a prerequisite for
assumed. Completion of Semester 1 is a perquisite of         Semester 2.
the additional 10 credit units of Mathematics in
semester 2.                                                  Course Overview
                                                             Numeracy is a compulsory 10 credit component of the
Course Overview                                              SACE. It is achieved by gaining a C grade or better in any
Numeracy is a compulsory 10 credit component of the          one of the Stage 1 Mathematics courses.
SACE. It is achieved by gaining a C grade or better in any   This subject aims to give students an understanding of
one of the Stage 1 Mathematics courses.                      the “real-life” applications of maths and has a specific
Stage 1 Mathematics may be undertaken as a 10-credit         focus on maths applicable to trade and pre-
subject, a 20-credit subject or a 30-credit subject.         apprenticeship. The subject has an emphasis on
Students will undertake three topics per semester.           extending students’ computational skills and expanding
Students taking the 30-credit option will take Variant 2     their ability to apply their mathematical skills in flexible
and 3 (a total of 6 topics) in                               and resourceful ways. Students will study three topics
                                                             per semester:
Semester 1
  Variant 1 - 10 credits                                     Semester 1 (10-credit)
   • Functions and Graphs, Indices & Surds                      • Calculations, Time & Ratio
   • Polynomials Quadrics, Relations & Functions                • Earning and Spending
   • Trigonometry                                               • Geometry
Semester 2                                                   Semester 2 (10-credit)
   Variant 2 & 3 – 10 credits                                   • Data in Context
   • Further Trigonometry                                       • Measurement
   • Matrices, Counting and Statistics                          • Earning and Spending
   • Growth and Decay
   • Introduction to Different Calculus                      Assessment
   • Vectors in the Plane                                    Each 10 credit unit will consist of the following
   • Real and Complex Numbers                                assessment items:
                                                             50% Skills Assessment Tasks (tests)
Assessment                                                   50% Mathematical Investigations
Variant 1, Variant 2 & Variant 3
Each 10 credit unit will consist of the following
assessment items:
• 75% Three Skills Assessment Tasks (tests)
• 25% One mathematical investigation (a maximum of 8
  A4 pages at size 10 font size including diagrams
  and calculations)
Note: at least one of the Skills Assessment Tasks in each
semester will be undertaken without the use of a
calculator or notes.

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Year 12 Mathematical Methods                                 Year 12 General Mathematics Stage 2
Course Length: Full Year                                     Course Length: Full Year
Assumed Knowledge                                            Assumed Knowledge

Students should have an interest in Mathematics and          Students need to have successfully completed 20 credit
need to have successfully completed 20 or 30 credit          units of stage 1 Mathematics or General Mathematics.
units of stage 1 Mathematics.
                                                             Course Overview
Course Overview                                              General Mathematics is a 20-credit subject at Stage 2.
Stage 2 Maths Methods is undertaken as a 20-credit           A problem-based approach is integral to the
subject. This course is designed to give students a          development of mathematical models and the
robust understanding of mathematics which will provide       associated key concepts.
them with a strong foundation in any discipline they         Successful completion of this subject at Stage 2 prepares
pursue in their tertiary studies, or later in their lives.   students for entry to tertiary courses requiring a non-
Students undertake a total of 6 topics throughout the        specialised background in mathematics.
year                                                         Stage 2 General Mathematics consists of the following
Further differentiation & applications                       five topics.
Discrete random variables                                    1. Modelling with Linear Relationships
Integral calculus                                            2. Modelling with Matrices
Logarithmic functions                                        3. Statistic Models
Continuous random variables and the normal                   4. Financial Models
distribution                                                 5. Discrete Models
Sampling and confidence Intervals
                                                             SACE Numeracy Requirements
                                                             Completion of 20 credits of Stage 2 General
Assessment                                                   Mathematics with a C grade or better, will meet the
Students provide evidence of their learning through 8        numeracy requirement of the SACE.
assessments:
    • 6 skills and application tasks                         Assessment
    • 1 Mathematical Investigation
    • 1 examination                                          Internal 70%
Internal 70%                                                 Investigations Folio 30%
                                                             Skills and Applications Tasks 40%
(50%) Assessment Type 1: Skills and Applications Tasks
(20%) Assessment Type 2: Folio Task: Mathematical            External 30%
Investigation                                                Examination 30%
External 30%
(30%) Assessment Type 3: Examination

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English
Year 10 English
Year 11 English
Year 11 Essential English
Year 12 English
Year 12 Essential English
Year 12 English Literary

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Year 10 English                                              Year 11 English
Course Length: Full Year                                     Course Length: Full Year

Assumed Knowledge                                            Recommended Background
Successful completion of Year 9 Achievement Standard         Successful completion of Year 10 English

Course Overview                                              Subject Information
The English curriculum is built around the three             Stage 1 English allows students to engage with a wide
interrelated strands of Language, Literature and Literacy.   range of texts and text types. The subject offers
Together the strands focus on developing students’           opportunity for students to create their own texts. It is
knowledge, understanding and skills in listening,            preparatory to English and English Literary Studies at
viewing, speaking, writing and creating.                     Stage 2.

Students will engage with a variety of texts created for     Content
different purposes and will interpret, create, evaluate,     Students should provide evidence of learning through
discuss and perform a wide range of literary texts in        four assessments, with at least one assessment task
which the primary purpose is to entertain, as well as        from each assessment type, at least one assessment task
texts designed to inform and persuade.                       delivered as an oral presentation or multimodal form
The range of texts studied will be drawn from classic and    and at least one in written form. Assessment weightings
contemporary Australian literature, including the oral       are balanced between text response and text creation
narrative traditions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait         skills. Each semester is worth 10 credits.
Islander peoples, and literature from around the world.
                                                             Responding to texts
Students will create a range of imaginative, informative     Students explore the human experience and the world
and persuasive types of texts including, narratives,         through reading and examining a range of texts,
procedures, performances, reports, discussions, literary     including Australian texts, and making intertextual
analyses, transformations of texts and reviews.              connections.

Assessment                                                   Creating texts
Students will be assessed against the Year 10                Students create imaginative, interpretive, and/or
Achievement Standard in the following ways:                  persuasive texts for different purposes, contexts, and
                                                             audiences in written, oral, and/or multimodal forms.
Receptive modes (listening, reading and viewing)
Students evaluate how text structures can be used in         Intertextual study
innovative ways by different authors, and;                   Students analyse connections between texts, exploring
Develop and justify their own interpretations of texts.      and evaluating similarities and differences and learning
Productive modes (speaking, writing and creating)            how the construction of texts influences audience
Students show how the selection of language features         response.
can achieve precision and stylistic effect, and;
Create a wide range of texts to articulate complex ideas     Assessment
and demonstrate their understanding of the language          Assessment at Stage 1 is school-based and may be
features and conventions of Standard Australian English.     externally moderated.
                                                             Minimum of 20% Responding to Texts
                                                             Minimum of 20% Creating Texts
                                                             Minimum of 20% Intertextual Study

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Year 11 Essential English                                  Year 12 English Literary Studies
Course Length: Full Year                                   Course Length: Full year

Recommended Background                                     Recommended Background
Completion of Year 10 English                              A grade in Stage 1 English

Subject Information                                        Subject Information
This subject is designed for those students who need       Stage 2 English Literary Studies focuses on the skills and
additional support to ensure success. Many texts deal      strategies of critical thinking that are needed to
with real world issues such as workplace literacy.         interpret texts. Through shared and individual study of
                                                           texts, students encounter different opinions about texts,
Content                                                    have opportunities to exchange and develop ideas, find
Students should provide evidence of learning through       evidence to support a personal view, learn to construct
four assessments, with at least one assessment task        logical and convincing arguments, and consider a range
from each assessment type, and at least one assessment     of critical interpretations of texts.
task delivered as an oral presentation or multimodal       Content
form and at least one in written form. Assessment          Responding to texts, comprising Shared Studies and
weightings are balanced between text response and text     Comparative Studies:
creation skills and can be modified to suit individual     Shared Studies
student needs, but no assessment type will be less than    Among the texts chosen for these shared studies there
20% weighting. Each semester is worth 10 credits.          must be:
Responding to texts                                        · A study of three texts (one extended prose text, one
Students consider a variety of ways in which texts         film and one drama text)
communicate information, ideas, and perspectives. The      · A study of poetry
reading of a wide range of texts enables students to       · A study of a range of short texts
comprehend and interpret information, ideas, and           Comparative Studies
perspectives in texts.                                     This study involves the comparative study of two texts:
Creating texts                                             one from the shared studies and the other
Students create a range of texts using appropriate         independently chosen by the student.
language features, content, and mediums for different      Creating texts, comprising Transforming Texts and
purposes, audiences, and contexts. They recognise and      Creating a Written, Oral, or Multimodal Text
use textual conventions and language features to           Students create texts that enable them to apply the
communicate ideas that convey simple and complex           knowledge, skills, and understanding developed through
thoughts in a range of mediums and digital technologies.   their study of literary texts in a range of forms.

Assessment                                                 Assessment
Assessment at Stage 1 is school-based and may be           Students will complete up to nine assessments which
externally moderated.                                      are assessed in the following manner:
Minimum of 20% Responding to Texts                         70% School Assessment
Minimum of 20% Creating Texts                              · 50% Assessment Type 1: Responding to Texts
                                                           · 20% Assessment Type 2: Creating Texts
                                                           30% External Assessment
                                                           Assessment Type 3: Text Study:
                                                           · 15% Part A: Comparative Text Study
                                                           · 15% Part B: Critical Reading Examination

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Year 12 Essential English
Year 12 English
                                                                Course Length: Full year
Course Length: Full year
                                                                Recommended Background
Recommended Background
                                                                C grade or better at Stage 1 English or Essential English
C grade or better at Stage 1 English
Subject Information                                             Subject Information
In English students analyse the interrelationship between       In this subject student respond to and create texts in
author, text, and audience, with an emphasis on how             and for a range of personal, social, cultural, community,
language and stylistic features shape ideas and                 and/or workplace contexts.
perspectives in a range of contexts. They consider social,      Students understand and interpret information, ideas,
cultural, economic, historical, and/or political perspectives   and perspectives in texts and consider ways in which
in texts and their representation of human experience and       language choices are used to create meaning.
the world.
Students explore how the purpose of a text is achieved
                                                                Content
through application of text conventions and stylistic
                                                                Responding to Texts
choices to position the audience to respond to ideas and
                                                                Students respond to a range of texts that instruct,
perspectives. An understanding of purpose, audience and
context is applied in students’ own creation of imaginative,
                                                                engage, challenge, inform, and connect readers. They
interpretive, analytical, and persuasive texts that may be      consider information, ideas, and perspectives
written, oral, and/or multimodal.                               represented in the chosen texts. Students may select
Students have opportunities to reflect on their personal        texts related to their role or experience as a member of
values and those of other people by responding to               a workplace, social network, a school community, etc.
aesthetic and cultural aspects of texts from the                Creating Texts
contemporary world, from the past, and from Australian          Students create procedural, imaginative, analytical,
and other cultures.                                             interpretive, or persuasive texts appropriate to a
Content                                                         context.
Responding to texts                                             Language Study
Students demonstrate a critical understanding of the            The language study focuses on the use of language by
language features, stylistic features, and conventions of       people in a local, national, or international context.
particular text types and identify the ideas and                Contexts include, but are not limited to:
perspectives conveyed by texts. This includes a study of            • School
how language conventions influence interpretations of               • Volunteering
texts, and how omissions and emphases influence the                 • Community
reading and meaning of texts. Students reflect on the               • Sporting
purpose of the text and the audience for whom it was                • Cultural
produced.                                                           • Religious
Creating texts
                                                                    • Workplace
Students create a range of texts for a variety of purposes.
                                                                    • Virtual
By experimenting with innovative and imaginative
language features, stylistic features and text conventions,
students develop their personal voice and perspectives.         Assessment
They demonstrate their ability to synthesise ideas and          For a 20-credit subject, students should provide
opinions, and develop complex arguments.                        evidence of their learning through seven assessments,
Assessment                                                      including the external assessment component.
For a 20-credit subject, students should provide                70% School Assessment
evidence of their learning through eight assessments,           30% Assessment Type 1: Responding to Texts
including the external assessment component.                    40% Assessment Type 2: Creating Texts
70% School Assessment                                           30% External Assessment (30%)
30% Assessment Type 1: Responding to Texts                      30% Assessment Type 3: Language Report
40% Assessment Type 2: Creating Texts
30% External Assessment
30% Assessment Type 3: Comparative Analysis
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Sciences
Year 10 Science General
Year 11 Biology
Year 11 Physics
Year 12 Biology
Year 12 Physics

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Year 10 Science – General                                   Year 11 Biology
Course Length: Full Year                                    Course Length: Semester
                                                            Available in: Semester 1 and 2
Assumed Knowledge                                           Assumed Knowledge
Satisfactory completion of Year 9 Science                   Satisfactory completion of Year 10 Science.
Course Overview
                                                            Course Overview
In the Year 10 curriculum, students explore systems at
different scales and connect microscopic and                Biology is the study of life, what life needs to survive,
macroscopic properties to explain phenomena. Students       what makes life possible, how life evolves and changes,
explore the biological, chemical, geological and physical   and how life forms interact with one another.
evidence for different theories, such as the theories of
Natural Selection and the Big Bang. Atomic theory is        Areas of study:
developed to understand relationships within the
periodic table. Understanding motion and forces are             •   Cells and Microorganisms
related by applying physical laws. Relationships between        •   Infectious Disease
aspects of the living, physical and chemical world are          •   Multicellular Organisms
applied to systems on a local and global scale and this         •   Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics
enables students to predict how changes will affect
equilibrium within these systems.                           Students have the opportunity to engage with the work
The course explores four Science Understanding strands:     of biologists and initiate debates about how biology
    • Biological Sciences                                   impacts on their lives, on society, and on the
    • Chemical Sciences                                     environment.
    • Earth and Space Sciences
    • Physical Sciences                                     Students have the opportunity to identify and formulate
                                                            questions, hypotheses, concepts, and purposes that
The Science Inquiry Skills and Science as a Human
                                                            guide biological investigation, design and conduct
Endeavour are interwoven into each of the conceptual
                                                            individual and collaborative biological investigations and
strands and are the essence of science. Topics include:
                                                            demonstrate and apply biological knowledge and
     • DNA and Genetics                                     understanding of concepts and interrelationships to a
     • Geological Time                                      range of contexts and problems.
     • Natural Selection and Evolution
     • The Periodic Table                                   Assessment
     • Chemical Reactions                                   Investigations Folio (including practical reports and issue
     • Global Systems                                       investigation) 50%
     • The Universe                                         Skills and Applications Tasks (including tests) 50%
     • Motion and Energy
     •
Assessment
A combination of tests, reports and visual presentations
will be used to assess student’s skills, knowledge and
understanding on the subject content.

Information Communication Technologies will be
utilised for assessment tasks where possible.

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Year 11 Physics                                              Year 12 Biology
Course Length: Semester 1 or Full Year                       Course Length: Full Year

Assumed Knowledge                                            Assumed Knowledge
Satisfactory completion of year 10 science                   No background knowledge is assumed however,
                                                             satisfactory completion of Year 11 Biology is desirable.
Course Overview
Physics is the most fundamental of all sciences and deals    Course Overview
with the structure and behaviour of matter from sub          Biology is the study of life, what life needs to survive,
atomic particles to the universe as a whole.                 what makes life possible, how life evolves and changes,
                                                             and how life forms interact with one another.
Semester 1
Content
                                                             Areas of study:
Linear Motion and Forces
                                                             DNA and Proteins
Electric Circuits
                                                             Cells as the basis of Life
Heat
                                                             Homeostasis
Semester 2
                                                             Evolution
Content
                                                             Students have the opportunity to engage with the work
Energy and Momentum
                                                             of biologists and initiate debates about how biology
Waves
                                                             impacts on their lives, on society, and on the
Nuclear Models and Radioactivity
                                                             environment.
Assessment for each semester                                 Students have the opportunity to identify and formulate
1 x practical report 25%                                     questions, hypotheses, concepts, and purposes that
1 x Issues Investigation 25%                                 guide biological investigations, design and conduct
2 x theory tests 50%                                         individual and collaborative biological investigations and
                                                             demonstrate and apply biological knowledge and
                                                             understanding of concepts and interrelationships to a
Note                                                         range of contexts and problems.
Successful completion of a full year of Physics at stage 1
is highly recommended for stage 2 Physics                    Assessment

                                                             Internal 70%

                                                             Investigations Folio (including 2 practical reports and 1
                                                             issue investigation) 30%
                                                             Skills and Applications Tasks (4 topic tests and 1 trial
                                                             exam) 40%

                                                             External 30%
                                                             Examination

                                                             Note
                                                             Practicals are a requirement of the course.

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Year 12 Physics
Course Length: Full Year

Assumed Knowledge

Successful completion of a full year of Stage 1 Physics is
assumed.
It is also recommended that students have a good
working knowledge of algebra and trigonometry.

Course Overview

The study of Physics provides an understanding of the
processes which determine the behaviour of systems
from the very small (atoms and nuclei) to the very large
(the solar system and the universe).

Topics
Motion and Relativity
Electricity and Magnetism
Light and Atoms

Assessment

Internal 70%
Investigations Folio 30%
Skills and Applications Tasks 40%

External 30%
Examination 30%

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The Arts
Year 10 Visual Arts
Year 11 Visual Arts
Year 12 Visual Arts

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Year 10 Visual Arts                                         Year 11 Visual Arts
Course Length: Semester or Full Year                        Course Length: Semester
Available in: Semester 1 and 2                              Available in: Semester 1 and 2

Assumed Knowledge                                           Assumed Knowledge
No background knowledge is assumed; however,                No background knowledge is assumed, however
satisfactory completion of Year 9 Art is desirable.         satisfactory completion of Year 10 Art is desirable
Course Overview                                             Course Overview
By the end of year 10, students evaluate how                Practical and Folio (Practical Resolution and Visual
representations communicate artistic intentions in          Thinking): Students produce a 2D Practical Piece or suite
artworks they make and view. They evaluate artworks         of Pieces, as result of research, experimentation and
and displays from different cultures, times and places.     idea generation in the Folio.
They analyse connections between visual conventions,
practices and viewpoints that represent their own and       The Practical can be drawing, painting or photography.
other ideas. They identify influences of other artists on
their own artworks.                                         The Folio documents the student’s visual learning and
Students manipulate materials, techniques and               supports their final resolved visual artwork.
processes to develop and refine techniques and
processes to represent ideas and subject matter in their    Visual Study (Visual Arts in Context): Students research
artworks.                                                   and analyse an area of Visual Art using appropriate
                                                            sources, using terminologies and language to respond to
Practical
                                                            Artists and Artworks.
Students work in the area of painting, drawing,
printmaking sculpture, ceramics, soft fabrications and      Students will complete a small piece related to the
mixed media. This is supported by skills and media          research, which reflects student learning.
experiments as well as idea generation, to enable
                                                            Assessment
students to process, document and realise final works.
                                                            Practical 30%
Theory                                                      Folio 30%
Students examine the contemporary and historical            Visual Study 40%
applications in art and how they relate to the practical
work they are undertaking.

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Year 12 Visual Arts - Art
Course Length: Full Year

Assumed Knowledge
It is assumed that students have had some Stage 1
Visual Art experience.

Course Overview

In Visual Arts students express ideas through practical
work using drawings, sketches, diagrams, models,
prototypes, photographs and/or audio visual techniques
leading to resolved pieces. Students have opportunities
to research, understand and reflect upon visual artworks
in their cultural and historical contexts.

The broad area of Art includes both artistic and crafting
methods and outcomes, including their development of
ideas, research, analysis and experimentation with
media and techniques, resolution and production.

Assessment

Internal 70%
Folio (preliminary ideas and research proposal, research
development and discussion) 30%
Practical 40%

External 30%
Visual study 30%

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Health & Physical Education

Year 10 Physical Education
Year 11 Physical Education
Year 12 Physical Education

Year 10 Food Technology

Year 11 Food and Hospitality
Year 12 Food and Hospitality

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Year 10 Physical Education                                   Year 11 Physical Education
Course Length: Semester                                      Course Length: Semester
Available in: Semester 1 and 2                               Available in: Semester 1 and 2

Assumed knowledge                                            Assumed Knowledge
Students should have an interest in sport and be willing     An interest in sport and a high level of physical
to participate in physical activity.                         participation is required.

Course Overview                                              Course Overview
Practical Skills and Application:                            In this subject Students are expected to:
Regular physical activity to practice and refine skills in   Apply knowledge and understanding of movement
individual and team sports                                   concepts and strategies in physical activities.
Leadership and management – responsibly officiate,           Reflect on movement concepts and strategies in physical
umpire, score and organize at least one activity per         activity.
semester to enable others to participate in physical         Apply communication and collaborative skills in physical
activity.                                                    activity contents.
                                                             Explore and analyse evidence related to physical activity.
Theory: The Nature of Physical Activity                      Reflect on and apply feedback to improve participation
Topics include; fitness and conditioning, Body Systems       and/ or performance in physical activity.
and their relevance to physical activity, diet and           Communicate using subject specific terminology in a
nutrition, sports injuries, analysing community              variety of models.
involvement and community sporting facilities.
Human Anatomy.                                               Assessment:

Assessment
                                                             Performance Improvement- 50%
Practical                                                    Physical Activity- 50%
Practical skills (teacher/coach, self and peer) that
indicate students’ proficiency and application of skills,
general team contribution, independence and initiation
of tactics.
Movement patterns.
Theory/Journal
Assignments, presentation, tests and exam.

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Year 12 Physical Education                                    Year 10 Food and Technology
Course Length: Full Year                                      Course Length: Semester
                                                              Available in: Semester 1 and 2
Through Physical Education, students explore the
                                                              Assumed Knowledge
participation in and performance of human physical
activities. It is an experiential subject in which students   No background knowledge is assumed.
explore their physical capacities and investigate the         Course Overview
factors that influence and improve participation and
performance outcomes, which lead to greater                   This course covers food safety, cooking techniques and
movement confidence and competence. An integrated             terminology, meal planning and budgeting and the
approach to learning in Physical Education supports           influence of other cultures on Australian cuisine.
promotes deep learning ‘in, through, and about’ physical      Students develop knowledge and skills in:
activity
                                                              Safe food handling and hygiene
Course Overview                                               Functionality of ingredients
Stage 2 Physical Education has three focus areas:             Use of technology in the kitchen
     • Focus Area 1: In movement                              Sustainable cooking practices
     • Focus Area 2: Through movement                         Trends in preparation & presentation
     • Focus Area 3: About movement.                          Multicultural influences on the Australian Food Industry
The focus areas provide the narrative for the knowledge,
skills, and capabilities that students develop. Learning is
delivered through an integrated approach where
opportunities are provided for students to undertake,
and learn through, a wide range of authentic physical
activities (e.g. sports, theme-based games, laboratories,
and fitness and recreational activities). Students explore
movement concepts and strategies through these
physical activities to promote and improve participation
and performance outcomes.

Assessment
Students should provide evidence of their learning
through four or five assessments, including the external
assessment component. Students undertake:
School Assessment (70%)
Assessment Type 1: Diagnostics (30%)
Assessment Type 2: Improvement Analysis (40%)

External Assessment (30%)
Assessment Type 3: Group Dynamics (30%).

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Year 11 Food and Hospitality                                Year 12 Food and Hospitality
Course Length: Semester                                     Course Length: Full Year
Available in: Semester 1 and 2                              Assumed Knowledge
Assumed Knowledge                                           No background knowledge is assumed
No background knowledge is assumed
                                                            Course Overview
Course Overview
                                                            Students develop an understanding of contemporary
Students examine some of the factors that influence         approaches and issues related to food and hospitality.
people’s food choices and the health implications of        They work independently and collaboratively to achieve
those choices. They also gain an understanding of the       common goals. Students develop skills and safe work
diversity of the food and hospitality industry in meeting   practices in the preparation, storage and handling of
the needs of local people and visitors. Program allows      food, complying with current health and safety
for some individual choice in areas of interest,            legislation. They investigate and debate contemporary
individually or with partners.                              food and hospitality issues and current management
                                                            practices.
Areas of study include:
   • Food, the individual and the family                    Areas of study include:
   • Local and global issues in food & hospitality             • Contemporary and Future Issues
   • Trends in food and culture                                • Economic and Environmental Influences
   • Food & safety                                             • Political and Legal Influences
   • Food and hospitality industry                             • Sociocultural Influences
                                                               • Technological Influences.
Assessment
Practical and group activities are undertaken and           Assessment
supported by the development of action plans, research      Practical and group activities are undertaken and
tasks, and evaluations. Students also complete an           supported by the development of action plans, research
individual investigation.                                   tasks, and evaluations. Students also complete an
                                                            individual investigation that is externally marked.
Individual practicals (50%)
Group activity (25%)                                        Practical activity (50%)
Individual investigation (25%)                              Group activity (20%)
                                                            Individual investigation (30%)

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Humanities and Social Sciences

Year 11 Society & Culture
Year 12 Society & Culture

Year 12 Tourism

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Year 11 Society and Culture                                  Year 12 Society and Culture
Course Length: Semester                                      Course Length: Full Year
Available in: Semester 1 and 2
                                                             Assumed Knowledge:
Assumed Knowledge
                                                             There is no assumed knowledge for Society and Culture.
There is no assumed knowledge for Society and Culture.
                                                             Course Overview:
Course Overview:                                             For a 20 credit subject, it is recommended that students
For a 10-credit subject, it is recommended that students’    study three topics, each from a different group
study two topics:                                            One topic with a focus on an Australian context
                                                             One topic with a focus on a global context
one topic with a focus on an Australian context              Students gain knowledge and understanding of factors
One topic with a focus on a global context.                  which influence and change societies and cultures
                                                             including social, historical and cultural factors. Inquiry
Students gain knowledge and understanding of factors         processes are used for students to analyse various
which influence and change societies and cultures            points of view and aspects of relevant contemporary
including social, historical and cultural factors. Inquiry   issues. Students and teachers negotiate topics from each
processes are used for students to analyse various           group to study within the course. Assessments involve
points of view and aspects of relevant contemporary          both group work and individual work.
issues. Students and teachers negotiate topics from each     Group 1 Topics: Culture
group to study within the course. Assessments involve        Cultural Diversity
both group work and individual work.                         Youth Culture
                                                             Work and Leisure
Topics include:
                                                             The Material World
   • Cultural Diversity
                                                             Group 2 Topics: Contemporary Challenges
   • Youth Culture
                                                             Social Ethics
   • Work and Leisure
                                                             Contemporary Contexts of Aboriginal and Torres Strait
   • The Material World
                                                             Islander Peoples
   • Social Ethics
                                                             Technological Revolutions
   • Contemporary Contexts of Aboriginal and Torres
                                                             People and the Environment
        Strait Islander Peoples
                                                             Group 3 Topics: Global Issues
   • Technological Revolutions
                                                             Globalisation
   • People and the Environment
                                                             A Question of Rights
   • Globalisation
                                                             People and Power
   • A Question of Rights
   • People and Power
                                                             Assessment:
                                                             School Assessment 70%
Assessment:
                                                             Type 1: Folio (50%)
Sources Analysis                                             Type 2: Interaction (20%)
Group Activity
Investigation                                                External (30%)
                                                             Investigation (30%)

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Year 12 Tourism
Course Length: Full Year

Assumed Knowledge
It is recommended that students have some Stage 1
Tourism or Geography experience

Course Overview
“The Tourism Industry will play a significant part in the
shaping of our economic, social, political and cultural
future.”

Students will identify and explain the diverse nature of
tourists, tourism and the tourism industry and develop
an understanding of the impacts of Tourism.
Contemporary issues at local, national and global levels
will be analysed.

There is an emphasis on a variety of communication
skills and practical skills, such as researching, analysing,
interpreting, evaluating and reviewing which will enable
students to meet the challenges of a dynamic and
evolving industry.

Assessment
The assessment components include:
Folio – Critical Analysis of Articles 20%
Practical Activities 25%
Individual Investigation 25%
Exam 30%

Resources used for this course

Local and out of the area excursions will provide
essential experience

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Business, Enterprise and Technology

Year 10 STEM

Year 10 Pedal Prix

Year 11 Digital Photography
Year 12 Digital Photography

Year 10 Design & Technology
Year 11 Design & Technology
Year 12 Design & Technology

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Year 10 STEM                                               Year 11 Pedal Prix
                                                           Course Length: Full Year
Course Length: Semester
                                                           Stage 1 Integrated Learning (10 SACE Credits)
Available in: Semester 1 or 2
                                                           Assumed Knowledge
Assumed Knowledge
                                                           There is no assumed knowledge for this subject,
No background knowledge is assumed.
                                                           although completion of Year 9/10 Pedal Prix would be
                                                           advised.
Course Overview
In STEM students develop knowledge in Science,
                                                           Course Overview
Technology, Engineering and Maths. Students
                                                           Pedal Prix is a ‘Human Powered Vehicle’ (HPV) event
investigate using a cross disciplinary approach through
the STEM disciplines. Learning is achieved through         where teams of students manufacture, repair, and
authentic learning opportunities to answer an identified   maintain a human powered ‘Pedal Prix’ vehicle. The
problem and create a solution.                             vehicle needs to meet certain specifications which are
                                                           considered during the design process. Students will
Topics include:                                            investigate materials and mechanical parts and develop
   • Construction & Engineering                            a cutting list and 3D model prior to commencing
   • Lego robotics & Basic motion programming              construction of a trike frame. Mechanical parts will need
   • Motion & Flight
                                                           to be ordered by students and installed with the aim to
   • Trike mechanics (Pedal Prix)
                                                           race at Murray Bridge in September each year.
   • Trike materials
   • Forces
                                                           Key points of this program
Assessment
Students demonstrate evidence of their learning                •   Innovative engineering through CAD design and
through Numeracy, Information and Communication                    manufacturing processes
Technology and Critical and Creative thinking                  •   Building relationships with local business,
capabilities.                                                      industry, and community members
                                                               •   Developing entrepreneurial skills such as
                                                                   fundraising, uniform design and production
                                                               •   Collaborative approach to learning which builds
                                                                   communication skills.
                                                               •   Developing training programs in preparation for
                                                                   Murray Bridge 24hr race.

                                                           Assessment
                                                           Practical Exploration – CAD modelling (20%)
                                                           Connection – Development of CAS Pedal Prix Team
                                                           (60%)
                                                           Personal Venture – Race Media and Reflection (20%)

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Year 10 Digital Photography                                 Year 11 Digital Photography
Course Length: Semester                                     Course Length: Semester
Available in: Semester 1 or 2                               Available in: Semester 1 and 2

Assumed Knowledge                                           Assumed Knowledge
No background knowledge is assumed.                         No background knowledge is assumed.

Course Overview                                             Course Overview
In Digital Photography students develop image               The subject provides a flexible framework that
manipulation techniques. Through a design task,             encourages students to be creative, innovative, and
students apply the manipulation skills to the production    enterprising in their chosen context. They apply critical
of a set of postcards. Students evaluate the design         thinking and problem-solving skills and incorporate
product and analyse the social impact of particular         technologies to address design problems and challenges.
technologies.
                                                            In Stage 1 students use the design and realisation
Students will develop the techniques for talking visually   process. They learn to create a design brief that provides
effective photographs. These techniques are applied to      the basis for the development of potential solutions to
the production of a set of images suitable for a 12         design problems and challenges, and review design
month calendar. Students will work thorough the design      features, processes, materials, and production
process to produce the product (calendar).                  techniques to assist with the realisation of the solution.
Assessment                                                  Through using the processes mentioned above students
Students demonstrate evidence of their learning             will develop subject specific skills including:
through the following assessment types.                     talking visually effective photographs
Skills and Applications Tasks                               editing photographs
Folio                                                       editing videos
Product
                                                            Assessment
                                                            Students demonstrate evidence of their learning
                                                            through the following assessment types.
                                                            Skills and Applications Tasks 30%
                                                            Folio 30%
                                                            Product 40%

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