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Geography emphasises the role, function and importance of the environment in supporting human life from local to global scales.
View the syllabus and other support materials hsje the following courses. Cultures — calls students to develop an understanding about themselves both as an individual and as belonging to a particular community.
In a hour Geography Elective course they will study at least five of the eight topics.
Attitudes to technological change: Course Requirements In a hour Geography Elective course students must study at least three of the eight topics. Introduction Ancient History key Rationale The place of the syllabus in the K—12 curriculum Syllabks and objectives Outcomes linked to content.
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Ancient History Stage 6 Year 11 — Sample assessment schedule: The place of the syllabus in the K—12 Curriculum. In addition they will acquire a wide range of communication skills, including the ability to consult with Aboriginal Peoples and communities.
Students explore the nature of history and the methods that historians use to construct history through a range of sullabus and historical studies. Course Description Work Education provides students with opportunities to develop knowledge, understanding and skills regarding the world of work including an awareness of work readiness and employer expectations, the roles and purpose of a range of sectors including education, training and employment organisations and an appreciation of the role of lifelong learning in planning and managing pathways.
You are commenting using your Twitter account. Students will learn to communicate using a range of techniques targeting specific audiences, for example employers.
Hdie considering meaningful learning within local contexts, teachers will make decisions about the sequence, the emphasis to be given to particular areas of content, and any adjustments required based on the needs, interests and abilities of their students.
Furthermore, it calls for students to reflect upon what it means to be Australian and aspects of the Australian culture. Students also learn about a range of factors that influence attitudes towards Hsue Peoples and their cultures and the effects of these attitudes. Sllabus Elective enables students to learn more about: Students engage in progressive learning, understanding their identity from a personal to a global perspective, and the interaction people have with each other in cultural, social and physical environments to maintain and improve the quality of society and environment.
Modern History Stage 6 Year 11 — Sample unit: Empathy Task – Australia in the Vietnam War era: Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Students undertaking a hour course will study Core Part 1 and Core Part 2 and a minimum of five options. Commerce enables young people to develop the knowledge, understanding, skills and values that form the foundation on which they can make sound decisions about consumer, financial, legal, business and employment issues.
Information on curriculum taught in schools, Aboriginal education and communities, personalised support and professional learning and assessment. Aboriginal Studies enables students to develop knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal Peoples of Australia, their cultures and lifestyles.
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Our everyday lives are affected by global connections Assessment for learning activity Sample work Geography K—10 Stage 4: Web Content Viewer Display content menu Display portlet menu.
The Wellbeing Framework supports schools to create learning environments that enable students to be healthy, happy, engaged and successful.
Change and Continuity — deals with the ways in which both human societies and the environment are affected by change and continuity. Through developing these skills the students gain a greater appreciation for syllsbus environment and come to understand their responsibilities in protecting it from harm. Geography K—10 Display content menu Display portlet menu. Economics Display content menu Display portlet menu.
Students also have an opportunity to learn more about people and the societies and environments in which they live through elective subjects. Students syllabuz about the contributions and significance of Aboriginal Peoples and their cultural expressions, including in the visual and performing arts, language and spirituality.