Year 9 Course and Assessment Information 2018

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Section 1 Topic Maps,Approximate Dates Class teachers may. vary dates or change schedule to meet,resourcing or other needs. YEAR 9 COURSE TOPIC MAP TERM 1 2018,GEOGRAPHY HISTORY PDHPE ELECTIVE. WEEK ENGLISH MATHS SCIENCE PDHPE THEORY,Semester Course Semester Course PRACTICAL COURSES. Persuasive, See information in Section 3 for all Elective Courses.
Persuade Me Pythagoras,theorem Making Waves,3 Measurement Physical World. important to,understand and Geometry,persuasive texts. Working with Aquatics,5 Numbers Cross,Biomes and Food Industrial Cannabis. Number and Country,Production Revolution Illicit Drugs. 6 Algebra Running,Literature Study Athletics,7 What do we learn Algebra Bigger and.
about ourselves Number and Better Guide to,8 and the world Algebra the Galaxy. through studying Earth Science,9 literature Naplan Review. YEAR 9 COURSE TOPIC MAP TERM 2 2018,GEOGRAPHY ELECTIVE. WEEK ENGLISH MATHS SCIENCE Semester PDHPE THEORY PDHPE PRACTICAL. Semester Course COURSES, See information in Section 3 for all Elective Courses. Body Systems,and Balance,Living World,Trigonometry.
4 Measurement,Shakespeare and,and Geometry,5 Sexual Health Invasion games. Appropriation Urbanisation, Indices Number World War 1 Contraception Net Court Wall. Why do some Migration and,and Algebra and 2 STIs Diversity games. 6 stories continue Immigration,Relationships Modified Games. to be retold,7 Measurement,and Geometry,Dynamic Earth.
8 Earth Science,YEAR 9 COURSE TOPIC MAP TERM 3 2018. GEOGRAPHY HISTORY, WEEK ENGLISH MATHS SCIENCE Semester Semester PDHPE THEORY PDHPE PRACTICAL. Course Course, See information in Section 3 for all Elective Courses. 2 Equations Atomic,Number and Structure,3 Algebra Chemical. 4 Earning money Invasion games,Number and,Algebra Mental Health Net Court Wall.
5 Identity Who Industrial,Biomes and Resilience games. am I Revolution,Investigating Food Production and adversity. Data Striking Fielding g,The Periodic ames,7 Surface Area table. and Chemical,8 Volume World,Measurement,9 and Geometry. YEAR 9 COURSE TOPIC MAP TERM 4 2018,GEOGRAPHY ELECTIVE.
WEEK ENGLISH MATHS SCIENCE Semester PDHPE THEORY PDHPE PRACTICAL. Semester Course COURSES,Surface Area and, See information in Section 3 for all Elective Courses. 2 Swings and,continued Round a bouts,3 Physical,Coordinate World. 4 Fairy tales and Geometry and,Nutrition Modified Games. Creative Writing Graphs Number,5 and Algebra Urbanisation. World War 1 choices and Dance Movement,How do fairy Migration and.
and 2 links to,6 tales reflect the Probability Immigration. lifestyle Composition,dominant values Statistics and. diseases Fitness,7 in our society Probability,Ecosystems. 8 Congruent and Living World,Similar Figures,9 Measurement. and Geometry,Section 2 Major Assessment Task Maps, Approximate Dates See Task Cover Sheets issued by Class.
Teacher for exact Hand In Dates, STAGE 4 YEAR 9 MAJOR ASSESSMENT TASK MAP TERM 1 2018. Every Topic will ELECTIVE,WEEK ENGLISH SCIENCE GEOGRAPHY HISTORY PDHPE. conclude with a Topic COURSES,EM Radiation, See information in Section 3 for all Elective Courses. EM Radiation,5 Persuasive,exposition,Research Task. 6 Industrial,Revolution,7 Persuasive,Exposition,8 Research Task.
Assignment,Changing Places,Literature Essay,Hand In Gallipoli Site Study Hand In Risk Taking. Assignment In Class WWI Assessment Task,Practical Task. STAGE 4 YEAR 9 MAJOR ASSESSMENT TASK MAP TERM 2 2018. Every Topic will ELECTIVE,WEEK ENGLISH SCIENCE GEOGRAPHY HISTORY PDHPE. conclude with a Topic COURSES,Literature Essay, See information in Section 3 for all Elective Courses. In Class Fieldwork,Sustainable Biomes,In Class In Class Course.
5 Course Examination,Online Examination Examination. Assignment,8 Character,Comparison Task,Assignment,Hand In Character. Comparison Task, STAGE 4 YEAR 9 MAJOR ASSESSMENT TASK MAP TERM 3 2018. Every Topic will ELECTIVE,WEEK ENGLISH SCIENCE GEOGRAPHY HISTORY PDHPE. conclude with a Topic COURSES,Hand Out Student,Research Project.
See information in Section 3 for all Elective Courses. Research Task,6 Industrial,Assignment,Revolution,In Class Research. Hand out Hand In,8 Task Changing,Oral Presentation Assignment. Hand In Student,Research Project,Deliver Gallipoli Site Study. 10 Mental Health,Oral presentation WWI,Assessment Task. STAGE 4 YEAR 9 MAJOR ASSESSMENT TASK MAP TERM 4 2018. Every Topic will ELECTIVE,WEEK ENGLISH SCIENCE GEOGRAPHY HISTORY PDHPE.
conclude with a Topic COURSES, See information in Section 3 for all Elective Courses. In Class Fieldwork,Sustainable Biomes,In Class In Class In Class. Online Examination Course Examination Course Examination. Section 3 Course Information,Detailed Information for all courses. Mandatory Courses followed by Elective,Course Information English Year 9. Course Outline Students will complete half term and full term units of work Each unit of work will involve students studying a. variety of text types that will extend their deconstruction of texts and further refine their own imaginative compositions to. display their developing English skills Students will be formatively assessed during the term and will complete a summative task. at the conclusion of each unit,Topic Details,Suggestions for enriching.
Topic Outline Scheduled Homework Tasks,resources or experiences. Students may read a, Persuasive Writing Persuade Me Why is it important to Homework tasks will be related to. variety of persuasive texts, understand persuasive texts the work in class Students will. from magazine, In this unit students will engage with a wide variety of complete a number of formative. newspapers and visual, persuasive texts They will deconstruct the texts for meaning and summative task where.
advertisements Students, and effectiveness of arguments Students will also focus on teachers and students provide. may also write a letter to, composing their own persuasive visual oral and written feedback to enable effective. the editor of their local,texts student progress, Literature Study What do we learn about ourselves and the Homework tasks will be related to. Students may read other, world through studying literature the work in class Students will. literature texts They may, Students explore how literary texts represent social moral complete a number of formative.
also read reviews of their, and ethical situations Students focus on the literary and summative tasks where. text and analyse, deconstruction of the text characterisation plot setting teachers and students provide. alternative, concepts and contextual concerns Students also complete feedback to enable effective. interpretations, visual representations and imaginative writing tasks student progress. Shakespeare and Film Appropriation Why do some stories Students may read a. Homework tasks will be related to,continue to be retold variety of Shakespearean.
the work in class Students will, Students will explore a Shakespearean text and its filmic texts and appropriate. complete a number of formative, adaption analysing the key concerns of each and how these them in their own. and summative tasks where, concerns have been shaped by context Students will draw creative compositions. teachers and students provide, conclusions about similarities and contrasts between the two Students may view film. feedback to enable effective, texts Students will explore why the story still remains adaptations of.
student progress,important overtime Shakespeare s plays. Identity Who am I Homework tasks will be related to. Students will explore aspects of identity and identity as an the work in class Students will Students may explore a. ongoing process Students examine their own identity and complete a number of formative variety of biographical. the identity of others within texts Students acknowledge the and summative tasks where and autobiographical. influence of context and personal experience on identity teachers and students provide texts in a variety of. Students analyse and explore how composers construct feedback to enable effective mediums. identity within texts student progress, Fairy tales creative writing How do fairy tales reflect the Homework tasks will be related to. Students may read a, dominant values of our society the work in class Students will. variety of fairy tales from, Students consolidate their understanding of context complete a number of formative. different time periods, Students explore adaptations of fairy tales focusing on genre and summative tasks where.
Students may write a fairy, contextual influences and metalanguage associated with teachers and students provide. tale that reflects the, adaptations Students will play with and adapt original ideas feedback to enable effective. values of today,into new and diverse contexts student progress. Major Assessment Tasks and Approximate Timing,Task Name Hand Out Week Hand In week Weighting. Persuasive Exposition Term 1 Week 5 Term 1 Week 7 25. Literature Essay Term 1 Week 9 Term 1 Week 11 25, Comparative Character Profiles Term 2 Week 8 Term 2 Week 10 25.
Oral Presentation Term 3 Week 8 Term 3 Week 10 25,Course Information Geography Year 9. All classes study Geography in one Semester only,Course Outline. Term 1 Sustainable Biomes Students examine the physical characteristics and productivity of biomes Students examine the. correlation between the world s climatic zones and spatial distributions of biomes and their capacity to support food and non. food agricultural production Students analyse the impact humans have on biomes in an effort to produce food and increase. agricultural yields They examine population trends and projections from Australia and across the world and forecast future food. supply and demand issues Challenges to food production are explored and management strategies investigated. Term 2 Changing Places Students examine the patterns and trends in population movements and the increasing urbanisation of. countries They discuss the reasons for internal and international migration patterns and the consequences of population. movements including the increased concentration of populations within countries Students examine strategies to create. liveable and sustainable urban places propose solutions and suggest opportunities for active citizenship. Topic Details,Suggestions for enriching resources or. Topic Outline,experiences,Changing biomes www blueplanetbioms org. Students investigate the human alteration of biomes to produce food www climatenps org. industrial materials and fibres and the environmental effects of these. alterations,Biomes produce food,www Primezone edu au.
Students investigate environmental economic and technological factors. Hungry planet series YouTube, that influence agricultural yields in Australia and across the world. Challenges to food production National Geographic Feeding Our Planet. Students investigate environmental challenges to food production for The Ugly Food Campaign The Conversation. Australia and other areas of the world website, Food security Primary Industries education foundation website. Students investigate the capacity of the world s biomes to achieve. sustainable food security for Australia and the world Food security index map. Causes and consequences of urbanisation,ABS website. Students investigate the causes and consequences of urbanisation with. Dongtan new city China,reference to ONE Asian country. Urban settlement patterns White Horse Valley China. Students investigate differences in urban settlement patterns between USA Urban settlement patterns. Australia and another country Slumming It Mumbai YouTube. Internal migration, Students investigate reasons for and effects of internal migration in ABS website.
Australia and another country,International migration. Human Rights Equal Opportunities Commission, Students investigate the reasons for and effects of international. migration to Australia, Australia s urban future Current research action plan for Australia. Students investigate the management and planning of Australia s urban The Venus Project. future Google Campus,Major Assessment Tasks and Approximate Timing. Task Name Hand Out Week Hand In week Weighting,Classwork and Bookwork All Semester 10.
Research Task,First Term of course Week 8 Term 1 OR Term 3 30. Changing Places,Second Term of course Week 4 Term 2 OR Term 4 30. Sustainable Biomes, End of Year Exam Second Term of course Week 5 Term 2 OR Term 4 30. Course Information History Year 9,All classes study History in one Semester only. Course Outline The Stage 5 curriculum provides a study of the history of the making of the modern world from 1750 to 1945 It. was a period of industrialisation and rapid change in the ways people lived worked and thought It was an era of nationalism. and imperialism and the colonisation of Australia was part of the expansion of European power The period culminated in World. War I 1914 1918 and World War II 1939 1945,Topic Details.
Year 9 Course and Assessment Information 2018 The information provided in this booklet is designed to help parents and carers better understand their child s educational programs at school If you have any questions about teaching and learning or assessment in your child s class please contact their Teacher or the Head Teacher concerned

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