YEAR 10 2021 SUBJECT SELECTION - Respect Learning Community Creativity - Ferny Grove State High School

 
YEAR 10 2021 SUBJECT SELECTION - Respect Learning Community Creativity - Ferny Grove State High School
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2021 SUBJECT SELECTION

          YEAR 10
Respect   Learning                 Community            Creativity
YEAR 10 2021 SUBJECT SELECTION - Respect Learning Community Creativity - Ferny Grove State High School
Contents
CHOOSING WHAT TO STUDY ................................................................................3
PRE-REQUISITES FOR GENERAL SUBJECTS ............................................................6
Year 10 English......................................................................................................7
Year 10 Literacy Short Course ...............................................................................8
Year 10 Extension Mathematics ...........................................................................9
Year 10 Core Mathematics .................................................................................10
Year 10 Foundation Mathematics .......................................................................11
Year 10 Numeracy Short Course .........................................................................12
Year 10 Humanities .............................................................................................13
Year 10 Science ...................................................................................................15
Year 10 Agricultural Science ...............................................................................16
Year 10 Health & Physical Education ..................................................................17
Year 10 German ..................................................................................................18
Year 10 Indonesian .............................................................................................19
Year 10 Visual Art ...............................................................................................20
Year 10 Drama ....................................................................................................21
Year 10 Music .....................................................................................................22
Year 10 Agricultural Practices .............................................................................23
Year 10 Business .................................................................................................24
Year 10 Design Technology .................................................................................25
Year 10 Food & Nutrition Technology .................................................................26
Year 10 Hospitality ..............................................................................................27
Year 10 Information Technology .........................................................................28
Year 10 Industrial Technology Manufacturing ....................................................29
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CHOOSING WHAT TO STUDY IN YEAR 10
Some of the most important decisions you make at school are choosing subjects to take in Year 10, later leading to your
selection of a course of study in Years 11 and 12. These decisions are important since they may directly affect your
success at school and how you feel about school. They may also impact on your career plans when you leave school.

OVERALL PLAN
As an overall plan, it is suggested that you choose subjects which:

    x   you enjoy;
    x   you have enjoyed some success in;
    x   will help you achieve your chosen career goals or keep your career options open;
    x   will develop skills, knowledge and attitudes useful throughout your life.

If you follow these guidelines and ask for help when you need it, you should come up with a study program that is
appropriate for you and that you will enjoy.

GUIDELINES
Keep your options open

At the moment you may not know exactly what you want to do when you finish school. This is normal at this stage of your
life and means that it’s important for you to explore many options. It is wise to keep your options open. This means
choosing a selection of subjects that makes it possible for you to continue exploring your career options before making
more specific decisions in the future.

Ferny Grove State High School require that your study program include the following subject areas:

    x   English
    x   Mathematics
    x   Science
    x   Humanities

These study areas provide excellent foundation skills for both your future career and your life. In addition, you will be able
to choose from a range of electives that are designed to develop your interests and practical skills.

Students will be able to choose two elective subjects for the year from the following;

             Languages                               The Arts                                      Technology
 German                            Drama                                      Business
 German Immersion                  Music                                      Design Technology
 Indonesian                        Visual Art                                 Food and Nutrition Technology
         Science - Agriculture                         HPE                    Industrial Technology Manufacturing
 Agricultural Practices            Health & Physical Education                Information Technology
 Agricultural Science

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Think about career options

It is helpful to have some ideas about possible career choices, even though these ideas may change when you learn
more about yourself and the world of work.

Check the following sources of information on careers:

• myfuture – national career information service at http://www.myfuture.edu.au

• My QCE website at https://myqce.qcaa.qld.edu.au/

Find out about the subjects or units of study offered by your school
It is important to find out as much as possible about the subjects offered at school.

The following ideas will help:
    x   read this subject guide and the descriptions provided;
    x   talk to the heads of department and subject teachers at your school;
    x   look at textbooks and resources used by students in the subjects;
    x   talk to students who are already studying the subjects;
    x   listen carefully at class talks and subject selection nights.

When investigating a subject to see if it is suitable for you, find out about the content (i.e. what topics are covered) and
how it is taught and assessed.

Your choice of subjects may affect your choice of a study program in Years 11 and 12. For example:

    x   It will be difficult in the future to take Senior Mathematical Methods and Specialist Mathematics without a strong
        background in Years 8, 9 and 10 Mathematics;
    x   Chemistry and Physics will be more manageable if good results are obtained in Years 8, 9 and 10 Mathematics
        and Science;
    x   Music and Languages in the senior years always require previous study in Years 8, 9 and 10.
    x   Successful achievement in pre-requisite subjects in Year 10 are be required to enrol in particular Year 11 and
        12 subjects.

Make a decision about a combination of subjects or units that suits you
You are an individual, and your particular study needs and requirements may be quite different from those of other
students. This means that it is unwise to either take or avoid a subject because:

    x   someone told you that you will like or dislike it;
    x   your friends are or are not taking it;
    x   you like or dislike the teacher;

Be honest about your abilities and realistic with your occupational ideas. There is little to be gained by continuing with
subjects or units that have proved very difficult even after you have put in your best effort. Also, if your career choices
require the study of certain subjects, do you have the ability and determination to work hard enough to achieve the
results required?

Be prepared to ask for help
If you need more help, then ask for it. Talk to your parents, teachers or guidance officer.
Make use of the school subject selection program. Look at the resources suggested in this guide. You’ll feel much more
confident about your selection of a study program.

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    SENIOR SUBJECTS OFFERED AT FERNY GROVE STATE HIGH SCHOOL IN YEARS 11 & 12

Mathematics                    Technologies                     Science
General                        General                          General
General Mathematics            Design                           Agricultural Science
Mathematical Methods           Digital Solutions                Biology
Specialist Mathematics         Food & Nutrition                 Chemistry
Applied                        Applied                          Physics
Essential Mathematics          Agricultural Practices           Psychology
                               Building & Construction Skills   Applied
                               Engineering Skills               Science in Practice
English                        Furnishing Skills
General                        Industrial Graphics Skills
                               Information & Communication
English                        Technology
Literature                     Hospitality Practices            The Arts
Applied                                                         General
Essential English              Health & Physical Education      Drama
                               General                          Music
                               Health                           Music Extension (Composition)

Humanities                     Physical Education               Music Extension (Performance)

General                        Applied                          Visual Art
Accounting                     Sport & Recreation
Ancient History                Vocational Education             Applied
Business                       Fitness – Certificate III        Visuals Arts in Practice
Economics
Geography                      Languages
Legal Studies                  General
Modern History                 German
                               German Extension
Applied                        Senior External Exam Only
Social & Community Studies     Indonesian
Tourism
Vocational Education
Business – Certificate III

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                                                     PRE-REQUISITES FOR GENERAL SUBJECTS
To ensure students are successful with Senior General Subjects the following prerequisites must be met. Students must demonstrate the
identified standard/s on their Year 10 Semester Reports.

                          GENERAL SUBJECT                                                      PRE-REQUISITES

                                                          MATHEMATICS
        General Mathematics                               Year 10 Mathematics - Core (Mainstream) - C+ or higher
        Mathematical Methods                              Year 10 Mathematics Extension - C+ or higher
        Specialist Mathematics (must be studied in
                                                          Year 10 Mathematics Extension - B or higher
        conjunction with Mathematical Methods)

                                                          ENGLISH
        English                                           Year 10 English - C or higher
        Literature                                        Year 10 English - C or higher
                                                          HUMANITIES
        Accounting                                        Year 10 Business OR Year 10 English - C or higher
        Ancient History                                   Year 10 Humanities OR Year 10 English - C or higher
        Business                                          Year 10 Business OR Year 10 English - C or higher
        Economics                                         Year 10 Humanities OR Year 10 English - C or higher
        Geography                                         Year 10 Humanities OR Year 10 English - C or higher
        Legal Studies                                     Year 10 Humanities OR Year 10 English - C or higher
        Modern History                                    Year 10 Humanities OR Year 10 English - C or higher
                                                          TECHNOLOGIES
        Design                                            Year 10 Design OR Year 10 English - C or higher
        Digital Solutions                                 Year 10 Information Technology OR Year 10 Mathematics (Core) - C or higher
        Food & Nutrition                                  Year 10 Food & Nutrition OR Year 10 English - C or higher
                                                          HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION
        Health                                            Year 10 HPE - B or higher OR Year 10 English - C or higher
        Physical Education                                Year 10 HPE - B or higher OR Year 10 English - C or higher
                                                          SCIENCE
                                                          Year 10 Science (Core) - C or higher and
                                                          Year 10 English OR Year 10 Humanities - C or higher
        Agricultural Science
                                                          Recommended Year 10 Maths (Core) - C or higher
                                                          Year 10 Science (Core) - C or higher and
                                                          Year 10 English OR Year 10 Humanities - C or higher
        Biology
                                                          Recommended Year 10 Maths (Core) - C or higher
        Chemistry                                         Year 10 Science (Core) - B or higher and
        (recommended to be studied in conjunction with    Year 10 English OR Year 10 Humanities - C or higher and
        Mathematical Methods)                             Year 10 Mathematics (Core) - B or higher, Extension - C or higher
        Physics                                           Year 10 Science (Core) - B or higher and
        (recommended to be studied in conjunction with    Year 10 English OR Year 10 Humanities - C or higher and
        Mathematical Methods)                             Year 10 Mathematics Extension - C or higher
                                                          Year 10 Science (Core) - C or higher and
                                                          Year 10 English OR Year 10 Humanities - C or higher
        Psychology
                                                          Recommended Year 10 Maths (Core) - C or higher
                                                          LANGUAGES
        Indonesian                                        Year 10 Indonesian – C or higher
        German                                            Year 10 German – C or higher
        German Extension (Units 3 & 4 only) Year 12       Year 11 German or German Acceleration - B or higher

                                                          THE ARTS
        Drama                                             Year 10 Drama OR Year 10 English - C or higher
                                                          Year 10 Music OR Year 10 English - C or higher and
        Music                                             an interview process to determine music experience.
                                                          Year 11 Music – B or higher and
        Music Extension (Units 3 & 4 only) Year 12        an interview/audition process to determine music experience and ability.
        Visual Art                                        Year 10 Art OR Year 10 English – C or higher
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                                                    ENGLISH
                                                    Year 10 English
                   Unit 1 Truth
                   Unit 2 War
 Units of Study
                   Unit 3 Love
                   Unit 4 Identity
                   Truth
                   In this study of media texts, students consider representations of ‘truth’, with a particular focus on satire.
                   Students engage with a variety of satirical texts to analyse the ways people, cultures, events and concepts
                   are represented. An examination of language, structure and visual choices in texts is also a key focus, as is
                   the identification of values, beliefs and assumptions underlying texts and invited meaning.
                   This subject is delivered in Impact, Foundation, Core and Extension levels. The Impact and Foundation classes
                   will study the Literacy Short Course in Semester 2.
                   War
                   This unit uses war as a thematic device to consider the ways in which literature is used to represent and
                   influence opinions. Through the study of war poetry, students consider the ways subject matter and language
                   are used to represent war. Poetic devices, and the specific ways in which they are used for effect, are analysed
                   and students are given opportunities to analyse poems and articulate their own personal responses. The theme
Unit Description   of war is continued through the study of a contemporary novel which foregrounds responses to conflict (eg
                   courage, sacrifice).
                   Love
                   Through a close study of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, students will analyse the language of the play and
                   how it is used to represent characters and events, and convey key themes. Students will also view and analyse
                   the interpretations of contemporary film versions of Romeo and Juliet to consider the ways in which inclusions,
                   exclusions and film techniques are used to position viewers, and compare these to those in the play.
                   Identity
                   In this unit students examine and create Australian literary fiction. Through the close study of a novel set in
                   Australia, students analyse the representation of character, themes, language and setting. The use of setting
                   to create a sense of place for readers is a focus. Students apply this understanding as they examine short
                   stories and create their own original short story which evokes a sense of place through an Australian setting.

                   In Year 10 students will be exposed to a range of written, spoken and multi-modal text types drawn from different
                   genres and contexts. These texts will be used to achieve the explicit learning intentions of the Language,
                   Literature and Literacy strands of the Australian Curriculum: English. The texts included have personal, social,
                   cultural or aesthetic value and have the potential to enrich student understanding and experience. Through a
    Learning       variety of whole-class, group and individual learning episodes, students will be encouraged to use and develop
   Experiences     higher-order thinking skills, and assessment tasks enable students to
                   demonstrate their capacity to make discerning choices when producing texts, and understand the effects of
                   language and textual features in others’ texts.
                   A variety of strategies is used to assess student achievement, progress and understanding in Year 10
                   English. These include:
                   x Creating an Australian short story
  Assessment
                   x Writing a comparative essay
                   x Analysing war poetry
                   x Writing a feature article

Pathways to        All students study an English subject in Years 11 and 12, either a General English subject (English / Literature)
Year 11 & 12       or the Applied English subject, Essential English.
  Other relevant   N/A
 considerations
and expectations
   Associated      N/A
      Costs

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                                                     ENGLISH
                                        Year 10 Literacy Short Course
                    Literacy is a one-unit course of study, developed to meet a specific curriculum need. It is informed by the
                    Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) Level 3.
  Units of Study    Topic 1: Personal Identity and education
                    Topic 2: The work environment

                    Students learn strategies to develop and monitor their own learning, select and apply reading and oral strategies
                    to comprehend and make meaning in texts, demonstrate the relationships between ideas and information in
                    texts, evaluate and communicate ideas and information, and learn and use textual features and conventions.

 Unit Description   Students identify and develop a set of knowledge, skills and strategies needed to shape language according
                    to purpose, audience and context. They select and apply strategies to comprehend and make meaning in a
                    range of texts and text types, and communicate ideas and information in a variety of modes. Students
                    understand and use textual features and conventions, and demonstrate the relationship between ideas and
                    information in written, oral, visual and multimodal texts.

                    By the conclusion of the course of study, students will:

                     x    evaluate and integrate information and ideas to construct meaning from texts and text types
                     x    select and apply reading strategies that are appropriate to purpose and text type
                     x    communicate relationships between ideas and information in a style appropriate to audience and
                          purpose
    Learning
                     x    select vocabulary, grammatical structures and conventions that are appropriate to the text
   Experiences
                     x    select and use appropriate strategies to establish and maintain spoken communication
                     x    derive meaning from a range of oral texts
                     x    plan, implement and adjust processes to achieve learning outcomes
                     x    plan, implement and adjust processes to achieve learning outcomes
                     x    apply learning strategies.

                    Schools develop two assessment instruments to determine the student’s exit result.

                    Topic 1: Personal Identity and education

                    One assessment consisting of two parts:
                    x an extended response — written (Internal assessment 1A)
                    x a student learning journal (Internal assessment 1B).
   Assessment
                    Topic 2: The work environment

                    One assessment consisting of two parts:
                    x an extended response — short response (Internal assessment 2A)
                    x a reading comprehension task (Internal assessment 2B).

                    A course of study in Literacy may establish a basis for further education and employment in the fields of trade,
Pathways to         industry, business and community services. Students will learn within a practical context related to general
Year 11 & 12        employment and successful participation in society, drawing on the literacy used by various professional and
                    industry groups.
 Other relevant
 considerations     N/A
and expectations
 Associated Costs   N/A

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                                            MATHEMATICS
                                     Year 10 Extension Mathematics
                        1.   Statistics
                        2.   Linear Equations and Inequalities
                        3.   Quadratic Equations
                        4.   Probability and Statistics
 Units of Study         5.   Real Numbers (Surds – mini unit)
                        6.   Pythagoras’ Theorem and Trigonometric Ratios
                        7.   Measurement and Conics
                        8.   Exponential Growth and Decay
                        9.   Polynomials
                 Statistics – evaluate the validity of statistical reports in digital media and elsewhere; calculate and
                 interpret the mean and standard deviation of data and use these to compare data sets; use technologies
                 to investigate bivariate numerical data sets, including trend lines.
                 Linear Equations and Inequalities – graph linear equations and inequalities with and without
                 technologies and solve related equations and inequations.
                 Quadratic Equations - expand binomial expressions; factorise non-monic quadratic expressions using
                 a variety of techniques; determine critical points and sketch quadratics and solve problems.
                 Probability and Statistics - describe the results of two- and three-step chance experiments, assigning
                 and determining probabilities including conditional probability; investigate the concepts of dependence
                 and independence.
                 Real Numbers - express surds on a number line, simplifying and operating (addition, subtraction,
                 multiplication) on surds; and express roots with fractional indices.
                 Pythagoras' Theorem and Trigonometric Ratios – apply right angled triangle ratios to bearings and
                 directions; and solve right-angled triangle problems in three dimensions. Apply the sine rule and cosine
Unit Description
                 rules for all triangles; and use the area rules for triangles without a perpendicular height. Utilise the unit
                 circle to define trigonometric functions and establish symmetry.
                 Measurement and Conics - formulate mathematical proofs using knowledge of geometric properties of
                 angles, lines, circles, chords, similarity and congruence and deductive proofs. Solve problems
                 (algebraically and using digital technologies) involving surface area and volume including right pyramids,
                 cones and spheres. Represent conic sections using algebraic relationships (circles, parabola, hyperbola,
                 lines) on the Cartesian plane.
                 Exponential Growth and Decay - explore compound interest as repeated simple interest to develop
                 compound interest formula; solve problems involving growth and decay; apply index laws and establish
                 logarithm laws.
                 Polynomials – determine degree of and sketch polynomials by determining key features - x- and y-
                 intercepts and the general shape of particular functions. Develop the factor and remainder theorem and
                 use polynomial division to determine roots of equations. Apply four operations to functions.

                    Students will participate in a variety of experiences which include:
                        • Classroom expository learning.
                        • Computer-based activities.
    Learning
                        • Analysis of mathematical methods.
   Experiences
                        • Independent tasks.
                        • Collaborative tasks.
                        • Problem solving and modelling tasks

                    Students will be exposed to a range of assessment tools including exams, diagnostic tests, and a
  Assessment
                    problem solving and modelling task.

                    Students will study Mathematical Methods or both Methods and Specialist Mathematics in Year 11.
Pathways to
                    Students may also opt to study General Mathematics in Year 11.
Year 11 & 12
                    Pre-requisite for Physics and preferred for Chemistry.
 Other relevant
 considerations     Students are expected to complete one hour of homework after each mathematics class
and expectations
 Associated Costs   Scientific calculators, stationery and the textbook are required for the majority of classes.

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                                          MATHEMATICS
                                       Year 10 Core Mathematics
                       1.   Statistics
                       2.   Probability
                       3.   Linear Equations and Relationships
 Units of Study        4.   Pythagoras’ Theorem and Trigonometric Ratios
                       5.   Measurement
                       6.   Financial Mathematics
                       7.   Quadratics

                 Statistics - determine quartiles, interquartile range and five number summaries; construct and
                 interpret box plots; compare data sets using box plots and standard deviation; make comparisons
                 between box plots, histograms and dot plots; review statistical reports in the media by linking claims
                 to displays, statistics and representative data.
                 Probability - describe the results of two- and three-step chance experiments; assign and determine
                 probabilities including conditional probability; investigate the concepts of dependence and
                 independence.
                 Linear Equations and Relationships – explore connections between algebraic and graphical
                 representations; simplify and solve algebraic fractions and expressions and linear equations; make
                 generalisations in relation to parallel and perpendicular lines. Students will solve simultaneous
                 equations - identifying the solution to two intersecting linear equations, applying graphical, and
                 substitution methods and solving word problems; inequalities - recognise the difference between
Unit Description linear equations and linear inequalities; and solve simple problems.
                 Pythagoras' Theorem and Trigonometric Ratios – revise trigonometric ratios; apply angles of
                 elevation and depression; apply to bearings and directions; solve right-angled triangles; establish
                 and use the area of a triangle rule for triangles without a perpendicular height; and formulate simple
                 mathematical proofs using knowledge of geometric properties of angles, lines and congruence.
                 Measurement - apply geometric properties and proofs to solve problems involving surface area
                 and volume of prisms.
                 Financial Mathematics - use simple interest as the introduction to compound interest to solve
                 various problems; use compound interest to assist in understanding exponential patterns (growth
                 and decay)
                 Quadratics – expand binomial products and factorise monic quadratic expressions using a variety
                 of strategies; solve quadratic equations using a variety of techniques.

                   Students will participate in a variety of experiences which include:

                   x   Classroom expository learning
                   x   Computer-based activities
    Learning       x   Analysis of mathematical
   Experiences         methods
                   x   Independent tasks
                   x   Collaborative tasks
                   x   Problem solving and modelling tasks

                   Students will be exposed to a range of assessment tools including exams, diagnostic tests, and a
  Assessment       problem solving and modelling task.

Pathways to        Students will study either Essential Mathematics or General Mathematics in Year 11.
Year 11 & 12       Students will not be able to study Mathematical Methods or Physics in Year 11.
 Other relevant
 considerations    Students are expected to complete one hour of homework after each mathematics class
and expectations
 Associated
                   Scientific calculators, stationery and the textbook are required for the majority of classes.
   Costs

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                                          MATHEMATICS
                                  Year 10 Foundation Mathematics
                   Semester 1
                   x Measurement and Geometry Number
                   x Probability and Statistics
 Units of Study
                   Semester 2
                   x Numeracy Short Course

                 Measurement and Geometry - apply knowledge of properties of 2D and 3D shapes to describe,
                 draw and construct common everyday 3D objects; measure, estimate and calculate length, perimeter,
                 mass, capacity/volume, time, temperature and simple area.. Students convert between routine metric
                 units by applying understanding of common prefixes e.g. milli, centi or kilo. Identify and estimate
                 common angles (45°, 90°, 180°, 360°), apply pythagoras’ theorem and use distance, direction,
                 coordinates, simple scales, labels, symbols and keys to read and use everyday maps and plans.
                 Number - calculate with whole numbers and everyday or routine fractions, decimals and
                 percentages; convert between familiar equivalent forms and calculate with simple fractions e.g. 20%
Unit Description or 1/5 of $250. Use and apply order of arithmetical operations to solve multi-step calculations;
                 calculate simple interest; and use rates in familiar situations. e.g. km/hr, $/kg or $/m.
                 Probability and Statistics - collect and organise familiar data and construct tables, graphs and
                 displays manually or with spreadsheets using simple scales and axes. Describe, compare and
                 interpret the likelihood of everyday simple chance events (e.g. rolling a six on a dice or the chance
                 of rain) using qualitative terms such as certain, likely, impossible and relate these to everyday or
                 routine fractions, decimals or percentages.

                   Numeracy Short Course – see following page

                   Students will participate in a variety of experiences which include:
                   x   Classroom expository learning
                   x   Computer-based activities
    Learning
                   x   Learning Journal
   Experiences
                   x   Practical real world tasks
                   x   Independent tasks as well as collaborative tasks
                   x   Simple problem solving

                   Students will be exposed to a range of assessment tools including exams, diagnostic tests, and a
  Assessment       problem solving and modelling task.

Pathways to        Students will study Essential Mathematics in Year 11.
Year 11 & 12

 Other relevant    Students are expected to complete 30 minutes of homework after each mathematics class
 considerations
and expectations

Associated         Scientific calculators, stationery and the textbook are required for the majority of classes.
  Costs

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                                          MATHEMATICS
                                 Year 10 Numeracy Short Course
                  Numeracy is a one-unit course of study, developed to meet a specific curriculum need. It is
                  informed by the Australian Core Skills Framework (ACSF) Level 3.
 Units of Study   Topic 1: Personal identity and education
                  Topic 2: The work environment

                  Essential Mathematics benefits students because they develop skills that go beyond the traditional
                  ideas of numeracy.
                 Students develop their conceptual understanding when they undertake tasks that require them to
                 connect mathematical concepts, operations and relations. They learn to recognise definitions, rules
Unit Description and facts from everyday mathematics and data, and to calculate using appropriate mathematical
                 processes.
                  Students interpret and use mathematics to make informed predictions and decisions about personal
                  and financial priorities. This is achieved through an emphasis on estimation, problem-solving and
                  reasoning, which develops students into thinking citizens.

                  By the conclusion of the course of study, students will:
                      x    select, recall and use facts, rules, definitions and procedures drawn from Number, Data,
                           Location and time, Measurement and Finance
                      x    comprehend mathematical concepts and techniques drawn from Number, Data, Location
    Learning               and time, Measurement and Finance
   Experiences        x    communicate using mathematical, statistical and everyday language and conventions
                      x    evaluate the reasonableness of solutions
                      x    justify procedures and decisions by explaining mathematical reasoning
                      x    solve problems by applying mathematical concepts and techniques drawn from Number,
                           Data, Location and time, Measurement and Finance

                  One assessment consisting of two parts:
                  x an extended response — oral mathematical presentation (Internal assessment 1A)
                  a student learning journal (Internal assessment 1B).
  Assessment
                  One assessment consisting of two parts:
                  x an examination — short response (Internal assessment 2A)
                  a student learning journal (Internal assessment 2B).

                  A course of study in Essential Mathematics can establish a basis for further education and
                  employment in the fields of trade, industry, business and community services. Students learn within
Pathways to       a practical context related to general employment and successful participation in society, drawing
Year 11 & 12      on the mathematics used by various professional and industry groups
 Other relevant
                 Students who study the Numeracy Short Course can only select Essential Mathematics in Years 11
 considerations
and expectations and 12.
Associated       N/A
  Costs

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                                             HUMANITIES
                                             Year 10 Humanities
                 Year 10 Humanities is a subject for all students, but follows a different format from that adopted in
                 Years 7, 8 and 9. The aim of the Years 8 & 9 Humanities course is to provide students with the basic
                 knowledge and skills required for a range of different Humanities courses. Year 10 aims to extend
                 and develop student knowledge and skills through beginning a degree of specialisation towards
                 Year 11 while continuing to follow the Australian Curriculum. Each Semester, five different
                 Humanities courses are offered and students must choose ONE first preference and ONE second
                 preference each Semester. This choice is made towards the end of Term 3 in Year 9. Every effort
                 will be made to give students their first preference each Semester, but this may not be possible. If
                 problems arise with class creation using first and second choices (for example- insufficient numbers
                 choose a particular option so it does not run) students will be notified and requested to choose from
                 the electives that will be running.
                SEMESTER 1 (Students select one course)
 Units of Study x A look at the Ancient World*
                x The Economy and You
                x Extreme Geography
                x The Law and You
                x Modern History (The modern world and Australia – 1918- present)
                SEMESTER 2 (students select one course)
                x A look at the Ancient World
                x The Economy and You
                x Extreme Geography
                x The Law and You
                x Modern History (The modern world and Australia – 1918- present)*
                *These are the units of study in the Foundation Humanities course
                   A look at the Ancient World
                   A look at ancient societies through a study of their buildings and artefacts. A look at the famous ancient
                   buildings around the world, how they were built, used and connected to everyday life.

                   Explore the seven architectural wonders of the ancient world along with the famous monuments of
                   ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, Central and South America, Great Britain and Asia

                   The Economy and You
                   This unit explores why and how governments manage economic performance to improve living
                   standards. Students will explore current issues in order to explain the variations in economic
                   performance and standards of living within and between economies. Students will have the
                   opportunity to investigate a current economic issue or event using cost-benefit analysis and
                   appropriate criteria to propose and justify a course of action

Unit Description   Extreme Geography
                   The first study topic theme is entitled “Water World” through three studies which look at the world’s
                   oceans and the impacts people have had/are having on them; 1. The beach erosion issues people
                   created for the Gold Coast through environmental interference;2. What are we doing to our Oceans?
                   – a look at oceanic trash 3. The Great Barrier Reef-can it survive?. Study topic two will look at
                   wellbeing around the world and the extremes in which people live; What is life like in different
                   countries? What contrasts and extremes are there in standards of living? How and why are people in
                   some countries trapped by extreme conflict?

                   The Law and You
                   This unit explores the role of rules and laws in our country. Students will study informal family and
                   school rules and Local, State and Federal laws. Students will acquire basic citizenship knowledge
                   required by all members of society and essential knowledge needed by teenagers. Students will
                   study current issues using media resources such as TV, newspapers, radio and the internet. There
                   is an emphasis on introductory Criminal Law. Students need to be aware that a power point
                   presentation in front of the class is a mandatory requirement in this subject.
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                  The modern world and Australia from World War I to the present
                  The Year 10 History curriculum provides a study of the history of the Modern World and Australia
                  from 1919 to the present day. It was a period of conflict and rapid change in the ways people lived,
                  worked and thought. It was an era of nationalism and imperialism, and World War 2 was part of the
                  expansion of European and Asian power. The period culminates in the modern world and the
                  characteristics of youth culture.
                  The content provides opportunities to develop historical understanding through key concepts,
                  including evidence, continuity and change, cause and effect, perspectives, empathy, significance
                  and contestability. There are two depth studies and one brief study associated with the History
                  course.
                  The humanities and social science subjects provide a broad understanding of the world in which we
                  live, and how people can participate as active and informed citizens with high level skills needed for
                  the twenty-first century.

                   During the semester students will participate in a number of experiences which include:
                    x Sequencing historical events, developments and periods
                    x Using relevant terms and concepts
                    x Identifying a range of questions about the past, to inform an historical inquiry
                    x Conducting Geographical inquiry research during field studies
                    x Identifying and locating relevant sources, using ICT and other methods
                    x Using GIS resources to analyse data
                    x Identifying the origin and purpose of primary and secondary sources
    Learning        x Locating, comparing, selecting and use information from a range of sources as
   Experiences           evidence
                    x Drawing conclusions about the usefulness of sources.
                    x Identifying and describing points of view, attitudes and values in primary and
                         secondary sources
                    x Developing texts, particularly descriptions and explanations, which use evidence
                         from a range of acknowledged sources
                    x Using a range of communication forms (oral, graphic, written) and digital
                         technologies
                   Two Assessment instruments for each Semester will be selected from the following categories:
                     1. Folio.
                     2. Short answer/response to stimulus.
  Assessment         3. Written Research Report
                     4. Extended written response to evidence in paragraph or essay format.
                     5. Oral report following extended research
                     6. Response to stimulus exercises
                  Pathways to Years 11 and 12

                  General Subjects: Ancient History, Economics, Geography, Legal Studies and Modern History.
Pathways to
Year 11 & 12
                  Applied Subjects: Social and Community Studies and Tourism*.

                 *Students studying the Foundation Humanities course will need to select from the Applied
                 Pathways to Years 11 and 12.
                 The base texts are Jacaranda
 Other relevant     x History Alive 10
 considerations     x Geography Alive 10.
and expectations    x Economics Alive 10 (e Book)
                  There will be a Geography excursion to the Gold Coast to study the field management techniques
                  designed to solve coastal erosion issues, costing under $25.00.
                  A Modern History excursion visiting the General Macarthur Museum, the Maritime museum and
Associated
  Costs           the Museum of Brisbane will also be conducted costing around $10.00-$15.00.
                  A Law and You excursion to Boggo Road Jail will cost around$16.00.
                  An Economics excursion ( if one can be organised) costing under $20.00
                  NOTE: All costs are at current costing levels.

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                                                   SCIENCE
                                                Year 10 Science
                 Unit 1: Biological Sciences - Genetics and Evolution
                 Unit 2: Physical Sciences - Kinematics
 Units of Study
                 Unit 3: Chemical Sciences – Periodic Table and Reactivity
                 Unit 4: Earth Sciences- Global Systems and the Universe
                 Unit 1: Students explore genetics and heredity. They investigate DNA and explore genetic
                 diseases. Students track heritable conditions on pedigrees, and analyse monohybrid multi-
                 generation cross and predict the genotypes and phenotypes of offspring. Students develop an
                 understanding of the theory of evolution by natural selection, biodiversity, and constructing
                 evidence-based arguments. Students examine ethical issues associated with current and future
                 application with current and future applications of gene technology and understanding of
                 inheritance.
                 Unit 2: Students explore the effect of forces on the motion of objects. They consider technologies
                 that allow measurement of forces and motion. They collect quantitative data and apply the laws of
                 physics to predict and describe motion. Student investigate the impact of forces and energy on the
                 motion of objects. They explore the effect of energy and motion during collision and the use of safety
                 features to minimise their impact.
                 Unit 3: Students identify patterns in atomic structure that allow prediction of the products of
                 chemical reactions and, are reflected by the Periodic Table. Students will examine how scientific
Unit Description understanding of the Periodic Table is refined over time and reinforces the use of scientific
                 conventions and representations.
                    Students investigate chemical reactions used to create products, and way in which rates of reaction
                    can be changed. Students will examine the development of useful materials and products, and
                    chemical processes.
                    Unit 4: Students examine the cause and effect of changes in global systems and analyse the effect
                    of human activity on the environment. They evaluate the impact of changes to the global system on
                    the planet’s equilibrium and biodiversity. The role of science and scientific research in assisting
                    society to address global environmental issues is explored. Students are asked to consider their
                    individual responsibility to the sustainability of the planet.
                    Students explore features of the universe and how the Big Bang Theory is used to explain the
                    formation of the universe. They will consider how theories have changed over time in line with
                    technological advances and are continuing to be refined. They will see how secondary data is
                    analysed to describe astronomical phenomena.
                    This subject is delivered in Impact, Foundation, Core and Extension levels.
                    Students will participate in a number of experiences which include:
                         x Teacher exposition and questioning.
                         x Laboratory activities and demonstrations.
    Learning             x STILE lessons and activities, computer simulations and tutorials.
   Experiences           x Extended Experimental Investigations.
                         x Case studies of previous scientific investigations.
                         x Library/computer research and assignment work.
                         x Guest speakers on aspects of the curriculum.
                    Students experience a range of assessment tools including exams, diagnostic in-class tests,
  Assessment        assignments, group activities and practical investigations.
Pathways to         Students continue their Science study by selecting electives from general subjects - Agriculture,
Year 11 & 12        Biology, Chemistry Physics, and Psychology or applied subjects- Ag practices, Science in Practice.
 Other relevant     Science classes use STILE (online science program) in lessons and for HW. (cost is covered within
 considerations     the Student Resource Scheme)
and expectations
 Associated Costs   Street Science Incursion $10

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                                                 SCIENCE
                                     Year 10 Agricultural Science
                   Unit 1: Sustainable Agricultural Systems
                   Unit 2: Plant Science
 Units of Study
                   Unit 3: Animal Husbandry
                   Unit 4: Beekeeping

                 Students will develop skills of critical thinking, problem solving, and decision making in the context
                 of both theoretical and practical situations and class projects. They may also apply a range of
                 information and communication technologies.
                 1. Sustainable Agricultural Systems – students investigate the effect of agricultural production on
                      global systems.
                 2. Plant Science – students participate in The University of Queensland sunflower competition.
Unit Description
                      Students grow their own vegetables and learn about sustainable growing practices.
                 3. Animal Husbandry – students learn about animal husbandry practices involving sheep. This
                      includes handling stock, clinically analysing the health of animals and pest and disease
                      prevention.
                 4. Beekeeping – students learning both the theoretical and practical aspects of beekeeping
                      including hive management and honey extraction techniques.

                   Agricultural Science is an integrated practical subject which uses a sustainable systems approach
                   to develop theoretical and practical skills in agriculture.
                   Students will participate in a number of experiences which include:
                        x Teacher exposition and questioning
                        x Laboratory activities and demonstrations
    Learning
                        x Farm activities
   Experiences
                        x STILE lessons and activities, computer simulations and tutorials
                        x Extended Experimental Investigations
                        x Case studies of previous scientific investigations
                        x Library/computer research and assignment work
                        x Guest speakers on aspects of the curriculum

                   Students will be exposed to a range of assessment tools including exams, diagnostic in-class tests,
  Assessment
                   assignments, group activities and practical investigations, Annotated Bibliography, data test.

Pathways to        This subject provides a sound foundation for future studies in Agricultural Science, Biology and
Year 11 & 12       Geography (General Syllabus) and also links well with the Agricultural Practices (Applied Syllabus).

                   Classes may use STILE (online science program) in lessons and for HW. (cost is covered by the
                   Student Resource Scheme)
 Other relevant
 considerations
and expectations   Students are expected to participate in theory and practical aspects of this subject to the best of their
                   ability.

Associated         Excursion to UQ Gatton $20
  Costs            Excursion to Ekka $16

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                      HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION
                                 Year 10 Health & Physical Education
                       x Indigenous Health
                       x P T yourself (training and components of fitness)
                       x Sports Psychology
  Units of Study
                       x Biomechanics
                       x Australian Physical Activity and Wellbeing
                       x Movement
                  Indigenous Health: Students will identify the need for intervention in Indigenous communities to
                  improve health and wellbeing. Students will analyse the options of more education or more health
                  services to improve the health and wellbeing of Indigenous communities by identifying the benefits
                  and disadvantages of each option. They will evaluate whether more education or more health
                  services should be implemented to improve overall health and wellbeing. Finally, students will
                  justify their recommendations with evidence from research.
                  Australian Physical Activity and Wellbeing: Students will demonstrate their knowledge of past
                  and present National Health Campaigns aiming to promote physical activity and fitness within our
                  nation. Students will demonstrate their understanding and evaluate the effectiveness of past and
 Unit Description present National health campaigns on the physical activity and fitness of members of our
                  community to meet the physical activity guidelines recommended by the Australian Government
                  (Australia's physical activity and sedentary behaviour guidelines for young people 13-17 years).
                  Finally, students will make recommendations as to how future campaigns can assist people in
                  meeting the Australian Government guidelines.
                  Movement: Students learn to apply more specialised movement skills and complex movement
                  strategies and concepts in sport. Explore movement concepts and strategies to evaluate and
                  refine they own and others movement performance. Students analyse how participation in sport
                  influences an individual’s identity and explore the role that sport plays in shaping cultures.
                  Health and Physical Education is about being an active participant. To promote the necessity and
                  benefits of an active lifestyle, a variety of activities, games and sports are learnt and practised. In
                  Year 10 there is more emphasis on tactics and the application of skills and components of fitness
                  and training principles.
                  Sports studied may include: volleyball, futsal, basketball, golf, cricket, badminton tennis, touch
                  football, oz tag and personal training.
                  Students will also:
                       x Learn to apply more specialised movement skills and complex movement strategies and
                            concepts in physical activity.
                       x Explore movement concepts and strategies to evaluate and refine their own and others
    Learning                movement performance in physical activity.
   Experiences         x Refine and consolidate personal and social skills by demonstrating leadership,
                            teamwork and collaboration.
                       x Refine and apply strategies for maintaining a positive outlook and evaluating behavioural
                            expectations in different leisure, social, movement and online situations.
                       x Critically analyse and apply health and physical activity information to devise and
                            implement personalised plans for maintaining healthy and active habits.
                       x Experience different roles that contribute to successful participation in physical activity,
                            and propose strategies to support the development of preventive health practices that
                            build and optimise community health and wellbeing.
                       x Analyse how participation in physical activity and sport influence an individual’s identities,
                            and explore the role participation plays in shaping cultures
                 Ratings are awarded after comparing performances in the sports and activities against developed standards and
   Assessment    moderation of student results. Assignments, presentations and written responses are used to determine
                 the extent of knowledge and skill in the practical and theoretical areas.
Pathways to      Students have the chance to participate in extension classes to allow them to focus on a pathway for sport
Year 11 & 12     and fitness in Senior Physical Education, Health, Sport and Recreation and Certificate 3 in Fitness.
  Other relevant Full sports uniform is required for all practical lessons. This includes shirt, shorts, appropriate footwear and a
  considerations Ferny Grove State High school hat.
and expectations Effort is the most important requirement!
 Associated Costs    N/A
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                                          LANGUAGES
                                             Year 10 German
                      -   Holidays
                      -   Fairy Tales
 Units of Study
                      -   Travel destination Germany
                      -   Youth Culture

                 Holidays
                 Students will communicate and comprehend information describing holiday activities and locations.
                 They will comprehend information about holidays specifically for families and teenagers.
                 Fairy Tales
                 Students will comprehend Grimm fairy tales told in German and will compare them to fairy tales from
                 other countries. Students will learn about the structure of a fairy tale and apply this knowledge to
                 create their own fairy tale.
                 Travel Destination Germany
Unit Description
                  The main focus for this unit is to prepare students for the forthcoming exchange trip to Germany.
                 They will learn how to communicate travel plans, describe places and sights and reasons for visiting
                 these.
                 Youth culture
                 Students will explore how Australian and German –speaking young people experience and perceive
                 youth culture and how it relates to their own identity.
                 Overall, students develop their communicative skills and intercultural competencies through learning
                 new vocabulary and grammatical structures relating to the above topics.

                  Students develop their German communicative skills and intercultural competencies through
                  x interacting and socialising with their peers in German.
                  x comprehending written and spoken texts, including emails, magazine articles, fairy tales, tourist
                      brochures, travel websites and other audio - visual and digital resources.
                  x creating German texts for a variety of purposes relevant to the above topics.
                  x participating in a student exchange program with one of our German partner schools. Students
   Learning
                      may host a German exchange student or participate in the outbound trip, gaining an
  Experiences         understanding of living, studying and attending school in Germany. The Year 10 Academic
                      Exchange to Germany with one of our two German sister schools is offered to all students of
                      German or German Immersion in Year 10. The exchange trip includes a one- week tour through
                      Germany and 2 weeks with a host family and attending school. Prior to travelling to Germany,
                      students and their families host students from the sister school.
                  x Students have the opportunity to have their language skills recognised at an international A1
                      (Common European Framework for Reference of Languages) by taking the Fit in Deutsch A1
                      exam.

                  Students will be assessed across the communicative skills of Listening and Reading, Writing and
  Assessment
                  Speaking.

Pathways to      Students must pass Year 10 German to be able to study German in Years 11 and 12.
Year 11 & 12
  Other relevant
  considerations N/A
and expectations
 Associated
   Costs
                 N/A

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                                            LANGUAGES
                                             Year 10 Indonesian
                          -   Weather and Village and City Life
                          -   Indonesian Health
  Units of Study
                          -   Occupations and Student Exchange
                          -   Indonesian History
                  Weather and Village and City Life
                  In this unit of work, students will be able to share factual information and opinions about their
                  personal and immediate worlds, including about their eating habits, lifestyles, and favourite things.
                  They will learn about Indonesian geography, such as their tropical life, seasons and weather,
                  describing weather, lifestyles of people living in Indonesian cities and villages, staple foods in
                  Indonesia and stories from village life. From a cultural perspective, students will develop an
                  understanding of Indonesian climate in comparison to Australia and the differences and similarities
                  of lifestyles in the villages and cities in Indonesia.
                  Indonesian Health
                  In this unit of work, students will be able to share factual information and opinions about their
                  personal and immediate worlds, including medical advice and types of medicine available in
                  Indonesia and Australia. They will learn to communicate about various illnesses, visiting a doctor &
                  chemist, taking medicine and remedies, healthy eating and fitness, health services in Indonesia,
                  traditional and modern medicine as well as jobs in the Indonesian health sector. From a cultural
                  perspective, students will develop an understanding of the Indonesian health system as well as the
 Unit Description use of traditional medicine and medical practices in Indonesia.
                  Occupations and Student Exchange
                  In this unit of work, students will be able to share information and opinions about their work and
                  study. They will learn about occupations and places of work in Indonesia, different jobs of
                  Indonesian teenagers, express their personal aspirations and goals in Indonesian. From a cultural
                  perspective, students will develop intercultural knowledge and awareness of Indonesian customs,
                  culture and way of life through an exchange experience.
                  Indonesian History
                  This unit will inform students about Indonesian history, including their involvement in the Spice
                  Trade, their proclamation of independence, the leaders & political figures, the meaning behind the
                  Indonesian national anthem and the development and importance of Australia & Indonesian
                  relations. From a cultural perspective, students will develop an understanding of Indonesia’s
                  historical past and its relationship with Australia, as well as learn about the film industry in
                  Indonesia.
                  Overall, students develop their communicative skills and intercultural competencies through
                  learning new vocabulary and grammatical structures relating to the above topics.
                    Students develop their Indonesian communicative skills and intercultural competencies through
                    x interacting and socialising with their peers in Indonesian
                    x comprehending written and spoken texts, including emails, magazine articles, and other audio visual
    Learning            resources
   Experiences      x creating Indonesian texts for a variety of purposes relevant to the above topics.
                    x applying and participating in a student exchange program to Indonesia where they gain an
                        understanding of living, studying and attending school in Indonesia. A trip to Indonesia may be
                        offered to students in Year 10. .
                    Students will be assessed across the communicative skills of Listening and Reading, Writing and
   Assessment       Speaking.
  Pathways to
  Year 11 & 12
                    Students must pass Year 10 Indonesian to be able to study Indonesian in Years 11 and 12.
 Other relevant
 considerations     N/A
and expectations

 Associated Costs   N/A

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                                                 THE ARTS
                                               Year 10 Visual Art
 Units of Study     Painting, Portraiture – 2D and ceramics, Hybrid, printmaking
                     Art has existed since the beginning of civilisation and predates language in the written form as a
                     means of communication. Art is one of the most important means by which humankind can
                     express their innate creativity and communicate visually their ideas and feelings in response to
                     certain events and issues occurring around them.

                     Art should be seen as an important part of the development of all students as this subject
Unit Description     prepares young people for participation in the 21st century by fostering curiosity and imagination,
                     and teaching students how to generate and apply new and creative solutions when problem-
                     solving in a range of contexts.

                    Students develop perceptual and conceptual understanding, critical reasoning and practical skills
                    through exploring and expanding their understanding of world culture and their responsibilities as
                    global citizens.
                    Throughout the program the students will be involved in a range of learning experiences related to
                    both making and responding to works of art. These experiences may include:

                    x    students making representation of their ideas and intended meanings in different forms
    Learning             including painting, ceramics, drawing, sculpture, mixed media and digital forms
   Experiences       x developing knowledge, understanding and skills as they learn and apply techniques and
                         processes using materials to achieve their intentions
                     x analysing representations, viewpoints and practices – considering meanings and interpretations across
                         societies and cultures.
                   Assessment for all areas is through a combination of folio (practical work and a visual journal) and a
                   written assignment.
                   In the creation of practical artwork, students resolve visual problems through an understanding of the
                   visual conventions and the application of a range of techniques and materials.
                   This involves students:
                   x Translating and interpreting ideas to create images and objects.
  Assessment       x Selecting and manipulating techniques and processes to communicate meaning.
                   In the Responding component of the course, students are involved in:
                   x Understanding artists, artworks and audiences from different cultures.
                   x Using appropriate terminology and vocabulary in the discussion and analysis of artworks. Visual
                        Arts is experienced and assessed through the assessable elements of: Knowledge and
                        Understanding; Making and Responding.
                      Visual Arts in Junior leads to:
Pathways to        x Visual Art
Year 11 & 12       x Senior Visual Art in Practice

                A course of study in Visual Art can establish a basis for further education and employment in the
                fields of arts practice, design, craft, and information technologies; broader areas in creative industries
Career Pathways and cultural institutions; and diverse fields that use creative and innovative skills inherent in this
                subject.
                Careers using the knowledge and skills gained from Art include but are not limited to: Art teacher,
                Art theory, advertising, marketing, web design, media industries (film, television, magazines) etc.

                    Each student is required to pay a levy for art to cover the cost of a bulk purchase of his or
Associated          her materials. This is a much cheaper way of purchasing paint, paper, clay etc. than if they
  Costs             purchased their own.
                    Excursions will be organised to work with artist and view exhibitions. The costs associated with
                    these events will be clarified via permission forms.

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