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PRELIMINARY ASSESSMENT TIMETABLE 2012

Information Handbook for Students, Staff & Parents/Carers


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CONTENTS General Information Award of Preliminary Certificate Assessment Application for Late Assessment Assessment Task Calendar

3-4 5-6 7-8 9-12

Assessment Schedules English Standard Advanced Extension 1

13 14 15

Mathematics General 2 Unit/Extension 1

16 17

Science Biology Chemistry Earth and Environmental Science Physics Senior Science

18 19 20 21 22

HSIE Ancient History Business Studies Legal Studies Society and Culture

23 24 25 26

CAPA Drama Music Photography Advanced Photography General Visual Arts

27 28 29 30 31

PD/H/PE PD/H/PE Community & Family Studies Sport, Lifestyle and Recreation

32 33 34

TAS Food Technology Industrial Technology Graphics Industrial Technology Timber Industries Software Design & Development Textiles and Design

35 36 37 38 39

VET Construction Construction Pathways Certificate II Hospitality Metal and Engineering Primary Industries

40 41 42 43 44

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GENERAL INFORMATION - The Award of a Preliminary Certificate Satisfactory completion of a 2 Unit Preliminary course is a prerequisite for entry into the HSC course. The Board of Studies which sets the rules for the attainment of a Higher School Certificate, states: “A student will be considered to have satisfactorily completed a course if, in the Principal’s view, there is sufficient evidence that the student has: a. followed the course developed or endorsed by the Board of Studies, and b. applied themselves with diligence and sustained effort to the set tasks and learning experiences provided in the course by the school, and c. achieved some or all of the course outcomes.” The school determines that to meet the requirements set out above, a student must have an attendance pattern of 85% or over of the course lesson time. Students are required to attend regularly and complete all assessment tasks. Extended leave will be granted by the Principal only if the absence does not affect the progress of the student towards course outcomes. All absences should be explained and accompanied by a medical certificate if applicable. Where a student is in jeopardy of not satisfactorily completing a course due to a pattern of:  non attendance which is causing concern and/or  unsatisfactorily explained absences warning letters will be sent home. ‘N’ Determinations and the non-award of the Preliminary Certificate Students who have not met the course requirements will be given warnings through faculty letters and official Board of Studies letters so that they may correct the problem. In this case, it is the student’s responsibility to ensure that the course outcomes are met. If a student makes no attempt to correct the problem and has received at least two official Board of Studies warning letters, the Principal may apply for an ‘N’ (Unsatisfactory) Determination for that course. The student will be notified and informed of the appeal process. Where a student receives an ‘N’ determination in a course, that course will not appear on the student’s Record of Achievement. The student may not then have the pattern of study necessary to complete the Higher School Certificate in the following year.

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Satisfactorily Completing a Vocational Education and Training (VET) or Board Endorsed Course (BEC) studied either at school or TAFE As with all other courses studied for the Higher School Certificate, students undertaking vocational courses may be deemed either ‘Satisfactory’ or ‘Unsatisfactory’. The points outlined on page 3 of this booklet also apply to VET and other Board Endorsed Courses. Students studying a VET course must keep a log book which demonstrates the achievement of competencies under the Industry Framework being studied. It should also be noted that if a student fails to undertake the mandatory work placement component of a VET course, it will be determined that the student has not made a genuine attempt to complete course requirements. In this case the student will receive an ‘N’ determination. VET courses studied at Richmond River include: Construction, Hospitality, Information Technology, Primary Industries and Metal and Engineering. Courses studied at Richmond River which are endorsed by the Board of Studies and therefore fall under these rules are: Work Studies, Sport, Lifestyle and Recreation and Photography. Courses studied at TAFE are either Board Developed or Board Endorsed Courses. Therefore all courses fall under the same rules outlined on page 3. MALPRACTICE Students must be familiar with the guidelines and standards established by the Board of Studies program,” All My Own Work”. This is a compulsory program for all senior students. Any malpractice in examinations, tests or assessment tasks or any attempt to gain unfair advantage over one’s peers will be treated severely and the student may therefore face an ‘N’ determination. Malpractice includes such things as:  cheating of all kinds  plagiarism  missing days or parts of days without good reason immediately before assessment due dates or examinations. If malpractice in this regard is suspected, a medical certificate may be required and a Application for Late Assessment form must be submitted. If a whole class or whole course assessment task has been compromised a panel consisting of the Senior Executive and Head Teacher will review the circumstances and may deem the task to be void. In this case students may be given an alternative task or the weighting of the original task may be spread across future tasks. The original task will still contribute to class work. Where a student truants a lesson in order to prepare for an assessment task or is identified as preparing for a task in another lesson, the student will be given zero for the task. STUDENTS STUDYING COURSES WITH REDUCED FACE TO FACE At times, students may be studying a course which contains a small number of candidates. In this case, the student may have reduced face to face periods. Any student with reduced face to face periods is to follow the procedure set out below:  each student is to supply the Deputy Principal with a copy of their timetable.  periods nominated for study of the course with reduced face to face are to be spent in the Library on work set by the course teacher.  on entering the Library for each study period, students are to sign an attendance register.

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ASSESSMENT Assessment tasks are given to measure what a student knows and can do at points throughout each course studied. Assessments are related to outcomes covered in each Preliminary course. Students are expected to attempt all assessment tasks set. Any student who does not make a genuine attempt at assessment tasks will receive warning letters and may receive an ‘N’ Determination. NOTIFICATION AND ORGANISATION OF ASSESSMENT TASKS

At the commencement of each course each teacher will provide students with an assessment task outline which includes the syllabus outcomes to be assessed. Students will be given two weeks notice of an assessment task. They will also be given information on:  the knowledge/skills outcomes from the syllabus document that the task will assess and type of task, e.g. research, assignment, oral, test, practical, etc.  arrangements for the task, e.g. the time of day that an out of class task is to be submitted.  the weighting of the task (that is, its relative value in the course).  marking criteria for the task.  feedback on performance in the task. Students should:  ensure that they have a full understanding of the requirements of the assessment task.  attend all lessons so that the necessary knowledge and skills for the task are gained.  plan in advance and start the task as soon as possible rather than leave it to the last minute.  aim to achieve their best by drawing on previous experience with non-assessable tasks in the subject.  ensure that any work missed due to illness or other approved leave is completed as soon as possible. It is the student’s responsibility to find out what has been missed in preparation for an assessment task. Submission/Completion of Tasks  tasks which require ongoing work and which are submitted on a set date (“hand-in” tasks) must always be submitted before Roll Call on Monday morning – the specific date being specified on the task notification.  there may only be two tasks set in any given school week that are to be completed during a specified timetabled period (“in-class” tasks).  no assessment tasks of any nature are to be due for completion/submission within two weeks prior to a scheduled examination period. Change of Date for Assessment If it is deemed necessary for the due date of the task to change the decision will be made in consultation with the Deputy Principal, Head Teacher, class teacher and students. Students will be notified in writing of the change. Vocational Educational Courses are competency based subjects but the students may elect to sit a HSC examination so they can have their mark contribute towards an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR). The students who choose to sit this exam must therefore sit in-school examinations so that a ranking and school mark can be entered to the Board of Studies in case they have a misadventure on the day of the exam.

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FAILURE TO COMPLETE AN ASSESSMENT TASK  A student must satisfy the requirements of an assessment task on the day set for submission. Failure by a student to submit the assessment task on the date set for submission will result in an award of zero marks to the student for that task.  A task that has been awarded zero marks must still be completed and submitted for marking, in order to satisfy the syllabus outcomes of the course. REPORTING The achievement of syllabus outcomes together with information on assessment and exams will be reported on twice a year.

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APPLICATION FOR LATE ASSESSMENT Students may apply for late submission or extension of an assessment task date in the following circumstances:

i)

Illness

If a student misses a task through illness, a medical certificate should be supplied verifying the illness. Students are to supply the certificate immediately on return to school. The doctor’s (medical) certificate must be dated at the time of the illness. In exceptional circumstances where a student is unable to supply a medical certificate they or their parent must immediately contact the Head Teacher of the subject on the day the task is due. Students must apply for late assessment on the day of their return after an illness. If students are applying for late assessment due to illness the following process must be followed:

   

The teacher/Head Teacher is to be kept informed as soon as students are aware of events/illness that may affect their performance/completion of the task. Complete section 1 of the “Application for Late Assessment” form and attach the medical certificate. (Forms are available from the subject Head Teacher. An example is shown on page 7.) The Head Teacher must sight all work completed to that date, demonstrating the progress the student has made. Take the form to the Head Teacher of the subject to complete. The Head Teacher will make a decision in consultation with the Principal if appropriate. If the application is approved the Head Teacher will either: a) allow the student to do the same task, if applicable, or b) allow the student to do a suitable replacement task, or c) give an estimate for that task only, based on the quality of the student’s work in the components being assessed.

Note: Failure to supply a medical certificate dated at the time of illness and failure to apply for late assessment on the day of return from an illness will lead to a zero for that task.

ii)

Misadventure or unforeseen circumstance

There must be a serious reason in order to be excused from an assessment task. In such cases the following process must be followed:

   

The teacher/Head Teacher is to be kept informed as soon as students are aware of events/illness that may affect their performance/completion of the task. The Head Teacher must sight all work completed to that date, demonstrating the progress the student has made. Discuss the reason with the Head Teacher of the subject and complete section 2 of the “Application for Late Assessment” form, stating the reason why an extension or alternative date is sought. (Forms are available from the subject Head Teacher. An example is shown on page 7.) Take the form to the Head Teacher of the subject to complete. The Head Teacher will make a decision in consultation with the Principal if appropriate. If approved, the Principal will notify the Head Teacher of the subject who will either: a) allow the student to do the same task, if applicable, or b) allow the student to do a suitable alternative task, or c) allow for an estimate for that task only, based on the quality of the student’s work in the components being assessed.

Note: Submitting an application for late assessment does not necessarily mean that an extension will be granted. In the case of school endorsed activities - including Work Placement, TAFE mandatory tasks, sporting representation, debating, public speaking etc: If you are involved in a school endorsed activity, it is your responsibility to complete, by the set date, any assessment tasks that may be due in your absence. You must see the teacher/s involved as soon as you are aware of these commitments and negotiate a solution if the task is an in class activity or exam. If this is the case a Late Assessment Application form must be completed and given to the relevant Head Teacher. Any hand in assessment task will be expected on the due date or before. For Work Placement, a document must be signed by all class teachers acknowledging your absence. This will give you an opportunity to speak to all class teachers about work that may be missed and assessment task issues. It is the student’s responsibility to catch up on any work missed. Being involved in a school endorsed activity is not a reason for late assessment. Being able to manage these commitments successfully requires careful forward planning by the student and communication with the teachers involved. It is essential that teachers are aware of your progress and work efforts and they must be informed of your impending absence prior to any school endorsed activity. In the case of a suspension the student must indicate to the Principal, upon being suspended, if they will miss any assessment tasks during the suspension period. They will then be expected to demonstrate to the Head Teacher of the subject the progress that they have made on the task/s prior to leaving the school to begin their suspension. Once the suspension has been resolved the student must make an application for late assessment. Note: It is the student’s responsibility to see the Head Teacher on the day they know of any circumstance which may require them to miss an assessment task. Alternatively, if a task is missed due to an unforeseen circumstance, it is the student’s responsibility to see the Head Teacher the day they return to school after the absence. Failure to do so will result in a zero for that task.

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Principal: Mr C Watkins Deputy Principal: Mrs D Williamson Deputy Principal: Mr M.Hensley

P.O.Box 510 Lismore NSW 2480 Tel: (02) 66213456; 66212123 Facsimile: (02) 66222928

APPLICATION FOR LATE ASSESSMENT Student: _________________________________ Year: _______ Subject: _____________________ Date of assessment task: _____________ Type of task: ______________________________________

Reasons for seeking an extension of time: Complete details in either section 1 or section 2. 1. Illness: (A medical certificate is required. Attach the certificate to this form.) Please state the circumstances of your absence in terms of, for example, the number of days sick before a task or absence on the day. Please also state any other reason an extension may be considered, for example, inability to write due to a broken wrist. _______________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Student’s signature: _______________________________ Parent’s signature: _______________________________ * Hand this form to the Head Teacher of the subject. Head Teacher’s Recommendation: __________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Head Teacher’s signature: _______________________________________

Date: ________________________

The Head Teacher will discuss details with the Principal if appropriate and then inform the student of the outcome before placing this form on the student’s file. 2. Misadventure or unforeseen circumstance: Please give details of the reason(s) you are seeking an extension. _______________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Student’s signature: _______________________________ Parent’s signature: _______________________________ Teacher’s Recommendation: _______________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Teacher’s Signature: __________________________________________

Date: ____________________________

Head Teacher’s Recommendation: __________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Head Teacher signature: _______________________________________ Date:_______________________________ Principal’s determination:_________________________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Principal’s signature: ___________________________________ Date: __________________________________ * After completing this section the Principal will inform the Head Teacher of the outcome following discussions with the student and teaching staff as required. This form is to be placed on the student’s file.

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RICHMOND RIVER HIGH SCHOOL PRELIMINARY COURSE ASSESSMENT TASK CALENDAR 2012 Term 1 2012 Week 2 3 4 5 6

7

8

9

10

11

Subject

VET Construction VET Construction Pathways - Certificate II Visual Art English Extension 1 Physics Ancient History Business Studies Legal Studies Maths 2U Senior Science Society & Culture Sport, Lifestyle & Recreation Photography (General) Photography (Advanced) Drama English (Standard & Advanced) Biology Textiles & Design Community & Family Studies Earth & Environmental Science Chemistry Food Technology Music VET Primary Industries Maths (Gen & 2U) VET Metals & Engineering PD/H/PE Photography (General) Photography (Advanced) VET Hospitality Maths Extension (in class)

Task

Cement Float Cement Float Case Study 1 (in class) Sustained Composition First Hand Investigations (in class) Research Stimulus Based Skills Current Issues (in class) Assessment Task Practical Task (in class) Research Report Resistance Training Program Critical Historical Investigation (in class) Critical Historical Investigation (in class) Workshop & log (in class) Area of Study (in class) Fieldwork Report (in class) Project 1 Furnishing Case Study Core 1 (in class) Graphing/Interpretation Skills (in class) Research Tasks Food Availability (in class) Viva Voce (in class) Modules Assessment Task (in class) Modules Research Task Thematical Expression Special Effects Stage 1 Portfolio Assessment Task (in class)

Weighting

N/A NA 20% 10% 20% 15% 15% 20% 10% 25% 20% 20% 5% 5% 10% 15% 25% 15% 10% 20% 15% 25% 10% N/A 10% N/A 15% 20% 20% N/A 15%


Term 2 2012 Week 1

2

3 4 5 6 7

8

9

10

Subject Task Software Design & Development Class Projects Industrial Technology Timber Minor Project 1 Industrial Technology Graphics Minor Project 1 English (Standard) & Advanced) Area of Study VET Construction Tool Carry Nail Box VET Construction Pathways - Certificate II Tool Carry Nail Box Visual Art Case Study 2 (in class) Drama Group Performance & Logbook (in class) PRE EXAMINATION PERIOD ASSESSMENT TASK MORATORIUM EXAMINATION PERIOD English Extension 1 Business Studies Ancient History Photography (General) Photography (Advanced) Drama Biology VET Primary Industries Textiles & Design Industrial Technology Timber Industrial Technology Graphics Sport, Lifestyle & Recreation Earth & Environmental Science English (Standard & Advanced) Society & Culture Food Technology Photography (General) Photography (Advanced) Music VET Hospitality Maths (Gen & 2U) VET Metals & Engineering Community & Family Studies PD/H/PE

Speaking & Listening Task Stimulus Based Skills – Topic 2 (in class) Source Analysis (in class) Photographic Analysis Photographic Analysis Workshop Fieldwork Report Modules Modules Project 2 Textile Art Industry Study Report Industry Study Report First Aid Scenarios Fieldwork Module B Study of Text (in class) Film Study Report Food Quality (in class) Appropriation Task / Photographic Analysis Calendar Opportunity / Photographic Analysis Composition Portfolio Assessment Task (in class) Modules Research Written Presentation Fitness Test Evaluation

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Weighting 15% 25% 25% 15% N/A N/A 40% 15%

10% 15% 10% 5% 5% 25% 25% N/A 25% 25% 25% 20% 20% 15% 20% 35% 30% 20% 25% N/A 10% N/A 20% 15%

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Term 3 2012 Week

Subject

Task

1

English (Standard & Advanced) Photography (General) Photography (Advanced) English Extension 1 VET Construction VET Construction Pathways - Certificate II Textiles & Design Biology Physics Drama PD/H/PE Senior Science Visual Art Maths Extension 1 Community & Family Studies Chemistry Photography (General) Photography (Advanced) English Extension 1 English (Standard & Advanced) Legal Studies Society & Culture Music Ancient History Business Studies Sport, Lifestyle & Recreation Food Technology Software Design & Development Industrial Technology Timber Industrial Technology Graphics VET Construction VET Construction Pathways – Certificate II Earth & Environmental Science

Module B Study of Text Calendar Opportunity Special Effects Stage Two (In class) Viewing & Representing Model Garage Outdoor Tables Model Garage Outdoor Tables Designer Study Research / Information Practical Exercises (in class) Individual Project (in class) First Aid Exam Research Task Case Study 3 (in class) Assessment Task (in class) Research Methodology Report Practical Investigation Scientific Report (in class) Special Effects Stage 1 Special Effects Stage 3 Sustained Composition Module A Research Option 2 Research Task (in Class) Viva Voce Research Research Task Sport Analysis Nutrition (in class) Major Project Minor Project 2 Minor Project 2 Levelling Levelling Research

2

3 4

5

6

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Weighting 15% 20% 20% 10% N/A N/A 10% 35% 25% 15% 20% 30% 40% 15% 30% 30% 10% 20% 10% 20% 20% 20% 15% 25% 30% 20% 30% 40% 25% 25% N/A N/A 20%

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7

8 9 10

Drama Workshop & Log (in class) Maths General Assessment Task 5 VET Primary Industries Modules VET Hospitality Portfolio Textiles & Design Project 3 Costume VET Metal & Engineering Modules PRE EXAMINATION PERIOD ASSESSMENT TASK MORATORIUM

10% 10% N/A N/A 30% N/A

EXAMINATION PERIOD

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SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

WEIGHTINGS

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

Task 5

Task 6

Task 6

Term1 Week 8

Term 2 Week 2

Term 2 Week 5

Term 2 Week 9

Term 3 Week 1

Term 3 Week 6

Term 3 Week 10

Area of Study

Exam One

Module B Study of Text

Module B Study of Text

Module A

Exam Two

Area of Study

Listening

15

Speaking

15

Writing

30

Reading

25

Viewing and Representing

15

Marks

100

YEAR 11 ENGLISH STANDARD 2012

15

15

10

AOS 5

5

AOS 5

10

MOD A 5

5

MOD A 5

5

15

15

15

10

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15

15

20

10

13


SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

WEIGHTINGS

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

Task 5

Task 6

Task 6

Term1 Week 8

Term 2 Week 2

Term 2 Week 5

Term 2 Week 9

Term 3 Week 1

Term 3 Week 6

Term 3 Week 10

Area of Study

Exam One

Module B Study of Text

Module B Study of Text

Module A

Exam Two

Area of Study

Listening

15

Speaking

15

Writing

30

Reading

25

Viewing and Representing

15

Marks

100

YEAR 11 ENGLISH ADVANCED 2012

15

15

10

AOS 5

5

AOS 5

10

MOD A 5

5

MOD A 5

5

15

15

15

10

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15

15

20

10

14


SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

WEIGHTINGS

YEAR 11 ENGLISH EXTENSION 1 2012

TASK 1 Term 1 Week 6

TASK 2 Term 2 Week 7

TASK 3 Term 3 Week 2

Task 4 Term 3 Week 6

Task 5 Term 3 Week 10

Sustained Composition

Speaking and Listening Task

Viewing & Representing

Sustained Composition

Exam Two

Listening

5

5

Speaking

5

5

Writing

15

5

5

5

Reading

15

5

5

5

Viewing and Representing

10

10

10

Marks

50

10

10

10

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10

15


SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

Knowledge and Skills Applications

Marks

WEIGHTINGS

YEAR 11 MATHEMATICS GENERAL 2012

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

TASK 5

Term 1 Week 10

Term 2 Week 5

Term 2 Week 10

Term 3

Term 3 Week 7

Assessment Task

Exam One

Assessment Task

Exam Two

Assessment Task

100

10

30

10

40

10

100

10

30

10

40

10

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SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

WEIGHTINGS

100

Mathematics Extension 1 2012

50

YEAR 11 MATHEMATICS (2 UNIT) 2012

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

TASK 5

Term 1 Week 6

Term1 Week 10

Term 2 Week 5

Term 2 Week 10

Term 3 Week 10

Assessment Task

Assessment Task

Exam One

Assessment Task

Exam Two

10

10

30

10

40

Term 1 Week 11

Term 3 Week 5

Term 3

15

15

20

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SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

WEIGHTINGS

YEAR 11 BIOLOGY 2012

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

Term 2 Week 5

Term 2 Week 8

Term 3 Week 4

Term 3 Week10

Exam One

Fieldwork Report In class + hand in

Research/Application of information In class + hand in

Exam Two

10

5

10

15

15

15

Knowledge and Understanding 40 History, Nature Cell Ultrastructure/ Prac; Diversity Skills in Planning Skills in Thinking; Problem Solving Marks

30

30

5

5

10

10

100

15

25

35

25

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SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

Knowledge and Understanding History, nature, practice; applications, uses, implications; research, developments and the fundamentals of Chemistry

WEIGHTINGS

40

YEAR 11 CHEMISTRY 2012

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

Term 1 Week 8

Term 2 Week 5

Term 3 Week 5

Term 3 Week 10

Research task

Exam One In class

Practical Investigation Scientific Report In class

Exam Two In class

10

5

5

20

20

10

Skills in planning, conducting first hand investigation

30

Skills in Scientific thinking and problem solving

30

5

10

5

10

100

15

15

30

40

Marks

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SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

Knowledge and Understanding: History, nature, practice EES Implications Resources Skills Plan/conduct first hand investigation Communicate above Skills Scientific thinking Problem solving Communicate above Marks

WEIGHTINGS

YEAR 11 EARTH AND ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 2012 TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

TASK 5

Term 1 Week 8

Term 2 Week 8

Term 2 Week 5

Term 3 Week 6

Term 3 Week 10

Graphing/ Interpretation Skills (Greenhouse) In class

Excursion/ Fieldwork/

Exam One

Research Report

Exam Two

40

10

5

10

5

10

30

5

10

5

10

30

5

5

5

5

10

100

20

20

20

20

20

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SUBJECT: TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

Term 1 Week 6

Term 2 Week 5

Term 3 Week 4

Term 3 Week 10

First Hand Investigations

Exam One

Practical Exercises

Exam Two

40

5

15

Skills in planning & conducting first hand investigations & in communicating information & understanding based on these investigations

30

10

Skills in scientific thinking, problem solving & in communicating, understanding and conclusions

30

5

100

20

COMPONENTS

Knowledge & Understanding of: History, nature & practice of Physics, applications & uses of Physics & their implications for society & the environment, & current issues, research & developments in physics Kinematics & dynamics, energy, waves, fields & matter

Marks

WEIGHTINGS

YEAR 11 PHYSICS 2012

20

15

5

10

10

5

25

25

30

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SUBJECT:

COMPONENTS

WEIGHTINGS

YEAR 11 SENIOR SCIENCE 2012

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

Term 1 Week 6

Term 2 Week 5

Term 3 Week 4

Term 3 Week 10

Practical Task In Class

Exam One In Class

Research Task

Exam Two In Class

40

5

10

10

15

30

15

30

5

10

5

10

100

25

20

30

25

Knowledge and Understanding

Skills in Planning

Skills in Thinking; Problem Solving Marks

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15

23


SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

WEIGHTINGS

Knowledge and understanding of course content

40

Source-based skills: analysis, synthesis and evaluation of historical information from a variety of sources

20

Historical inquiry and research Communication of historical understanding in appropriate forms Marks

YEAR 11 ANCIENT HISTORY 2012

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

TASK 5

Term 1 Week 6 Hand in Research

Term 2 Week 5

Term 2 Week 7 In class Source Based

Term 3 Week 6 Hand in Research

Term 3 Week 10 2011 Exam Two

5

25

5

Exam One

5

5

10

5

20

5

5

10

20

5

5

10

100

15

20

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10

25

30

24


SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

WEIGHTINGS

YEAR 11 BUSINESS STUDIES 2012

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

TASK 5

Term 1 Week 6

Term 2 Week 5

Term 2 Week 7

Term 3 Week 6

Term 3 Week 10

Stimulus - Based Skills Topic Two

Business Research Task

Exam Two

Stimulus - Based Skills Topic One

Exam One

In Class Knowledge and understanding of course content

Communication of business information, ideas and issues in appropriate forms Inquiry and research

40

20

In Class

Hand in

10

5

30

5

20

10

20

Stimulus-Based Skills

20

10

Marks

100

15

10 10

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30

30

25


SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

Knowledge and understanding of course content

Inquiry and research Communication of Legal Studies information, issues and ideas in appropriate forms

Marks

WEIGHTINGS

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

TASK 5

Term 1 Week 6

Term 2 Week 5

Terms 1 & 2

Term 3 Week 6

Term 3 Week 10

Current Issues Hand in

Exam One

Mock Trial Court Report Hand In

Research Option 2 Hand in

Exam Two

20

10

10

20

10

10

20

20

60

20

YEAR 11 LEGAL STUDIES 2012

20

20

100

20

20

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Knowledge and understanding of course content Application and evaluation of social and cultural research methodologies Communication of information, ideas and issues in appropriate forms Marks

WEIGHTINGS

SOCIETY AND CULTURE 2012

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

TASK 5

Term 1 Week 7 Hand in

Term 2 Week 5

Term 2 Week 9 Hand in

Term 3 Week 6 Hand in/In Class

Term 3 Week 10

Research Report Social and Cultural World

Exam One

Film study Report Personal and Social Identity

50

10

10

5

10

15

30

5

5

10

5

5

20

5

5

5

5

100

20

20

20

25

15

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Oral/written Research Task Intercultural Communication

Exam Two

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SUBJECT: COMPONENT WEIGHTINGS S

Improvising, Acting and Playbuilding

Elements of Production in Performance

Theatrical and Traditions and Performance Styles Marks

YEAR 11 DRAMA 2012

TASK 1

Task 2

Task 3

TASK 4

TASK 5

Term 1 Week 7

Term 2 Week 3

Term 2 Week 7

Term 3 Week 4

Term 3 Week 7

Theatrical Style 1 American Theatre

Group Performance

Theatrical Style 2 Shakespeare

Individual Project

Theatrical Movers and Shakers

In Class Group Performance 5% & Logbook 10% Exam One Performance 10%

In Class Monologue/Duologue 10% Logbook 5%

40

In Class Aesthetic Workshop 10%

30

30

100

Hand in and in Class Directorial Concept 5% Project 10% Exam Two 5%

In Class Workshop & log 10% Exam One 5%

15

In Class Workshop & log 10% Exam Two 5%

25

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20

15

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SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

WEIGHTINGS

Performance Core

25

Musicology Core

25

Composition Core

25

Aural Core

25

Marks

100

YEAR 11 MUSIC 2012

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

TASK 5

Term 1 Week 9

Term 2 Week 5

Term 2 Week 9

Term 3 Week 6

Term 3 Week 10

Exam One

Exam Two

10 Performance In Class Assessment

15 Solo Performance In class Assessment – hand in.

10 Class presentation of written work and submission of a mini viva voce In class Assessment – hand in

15 Viva Voce In Class Assessment – hand in

25 Composition + Portfolio (submitted work written and recorded) Hand in Assessment

10

15 Written Response 25

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15

10 Written Response 25

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Making

Critical & Historical Studies Marks

WEIGHTINGS

70

30

YEAR 11 PHOTOGRAPHY (ADVANCED) 2012 TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

Term 1 Week 10 In Class Assess – hand in.

Term 2 Week 9 In Class Assess – hand in.

Term 3 Week 1 In Class Assess – hand in.

Term 3 Week 5 In Class Assess – hand in.

Task A

Task A

Task A

Task A

Special Effects Stage One. In class & hand in

Calendar Opportunity In class & hand in

Special Effects Stage Two In class & hand in

Special Effects Stage Three In class & hand in

20

10

20

20

Task B Term 1 Week 7

Task B Term 2

Task B Term 2 Week 7

Task B Term 3

Critical & Historical Investigation In class Assessment

Photographic Analysis In class Assessment

Photographic Analysis In class & hand in

Exam Two In class Assess

5

10

25

30

5 10

100

25

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WEIGHTINGS

YEAR 11 PHOTOGRAPHY (GENERAL) 2012 TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

Term 1 Week 10

Term2 Week 9

Term 3 Week 1

Term 3 Week 5

Task A

Task A

Task A

Task A

Thematical Expression Assignment In class Assessment – hand in

Appropriation Task In class Assessment – hand in

Calendar Opportunity Task In class Assessment – hand in

Special Effects Stage One In class assessment – hand in

20

20

20

10

Task B Term 1 Week 7

Task B Term 2

Task B Term 2 Week 7

Task B Term 3

Photographic Analysis In class assessment hand in

Photographic Analysis Hand in Assessment

Exam Two In class Assessment

30

Critical Historical Research Investigation – In class Assessmenthand in 5

5

10

100

25

25

20

Making 70

Critical and Historical Studies

Marks

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SUBJECT:

COMPONENTS

YEAR 11 VISUAL ARTS 2012

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

WEIGHTINGS

a) Case Study 1 Due Week 5 Movements within Modernism b) Artmaking Choice of style within modernism

Art Criticism & Art History Study

a) Case Study 3 Due week 5 Painting Australian Identity b) Artmaking - Self Identity c) Exam 2

50

10 Hand in task

20 Hand in task

20 Hand in task

50

10 In class task

20 In class task

20 In class task

100

20

40

40

Art Making

Marks

a) Case Study 2 Due Week 3 Howard Arkley Practice b) Artmaking c) Exam 1

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SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

Knowledge and Understanding of:  Factors that affect health  The way the body moves Skills in:  Influencing personal and community health  Taking actions to improve participation and performance in physical activity Skills in:  Critical thinking  Research and analysis Marks

WEIGHTINGS

YEAR 11 PD/H/PE 2012

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

TASK 5

Term 1 Week 10

Term 2 Week 5

Term 2 Week 10.

Term 3 Week 4

Term 3 Week 10

Research Task – Strategies to Improve Health

Exam One

The Body in Motion – Fitness Tests Evaluation

(First Aid) Exam

Exam Two

40

5

10

5

10

10

30

5

5

5

5

10

30

5

5

5

5

10

100

15

20

15

20

30

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SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

WEIGHTINGS

Resource Management

20

Individuals and Groups

40

Families and Communities

40

Marks

100

YEAR 11 COMMUNITY & FAMILY STUDIES 2012

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

TASK 4

Term 1 Week 8

Term 2 Week 5

Term 2 Week 10

Term 3 Week 5

Term 3 Week 9

In Class Case Study (Core 1)

Exam One

Research Written Presentation (Core 2)

Research Methodology report (Core3)

Exam Two

10

5

10

10

15

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20

20

10

30

10

30

25

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SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

Resistance Training Module First Aid and Sport Injuries Module

Games and Sport Applications II

WEIGHTINGS

25

YEAR 11 SPORT, LIFESTYLE AND RECREATION 2012 TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

Task 4

TASK 5

Term 1 Week 7

Term 2 Week 8

Term 3 Week 6

Ongoing

Term 3 Week 10

Resistance Training Program

First Aid Scenarios

Sport Analysis

Practical Participation

Exam Two

20

25

5

20

20

All practical modules

30

Marks

100

5

20

30

20

20

20

30

10

NB: All Assessment Task Weightings include 5% from Term 3 Examination Mark.

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SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

WEIGHTINGS

Knowledge

20

Design Evaluation Implementation

20

Research Communication Analysis

30

Experimentation/ Preparation

Marks

YEAR 11 FOOD TECHNOLOGY 2012 TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

Term 1 Week 9

Term 2 Week 9

Term 3 Week 6

Term 3 Week 10

Food Availability

Food Quality

Nutrition

Exam Two

5

10

5

10

10

10

10

10

30

10

15

5

100

25

35

30

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SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

WEIGHTINGS

YEAR 11 INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY GRAPHICS 2012 TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

Term 2 Week 1

Term 2 Week 8

Term 3 Week 6

Term 3 Week 10

Minor Project 2

Exam Two

Minor Project 1 Design folio 1

Industry Study

20

Design

15

5

Management and Communication

20

5

Production

31

13

Industry Related Manufacturing Technology

14

2

Marks

100

25

Industry Study report and Presentation

Design Folio 2

15

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5

5

5

5

13

5

5

2

5

25

25

25

5

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SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

YEAR 11 INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY TIMBER INDUSTRIES 2012

WEIGHTINGS

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

Term 2 Week 1

Term 2 Week 8

Term 3 Week 6

Term 3 Week 10

Minor Project 2

Exam Two

Minor Project 1 Jewellery Box and Folio Industry Study

20

Design

15

5

Management and Communication

20

5

Production

31

13

Industry Related Manufacturing Technology

14

2

Marks

100

25

Industry Study report and Presentation

Stool or Side table and Folio

15

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5

5

5

5

13

5

5

2

5

25

25

25

5

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SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

Term 2 Week 1

Term 2 Week 5

Term 3 Week 6

Term 3 Week 10

Class Project

Exam One

Major Project:

Exam Two

30

5

10

Introduction to Software Development Developing Software Solutions

50

10

5

Marks

100

Concepts and Issues in the Design and Development of Software

WEIGHTINGS

YEAR 11 SOFTWARE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT 2012

20

15

20

15

20

15

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40

30

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SUBJECT: COMPONENTS

Knowledge and understanding of Textiles and the Textiles industry

Skills in Design Manipulation Experimentation analysis Manufacture Selection of Textiles for specific end use using appropriate technology Marks

WEIGHTINGS

YEAR 11 TEXTILES AND DESIGN 2012

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

TASK 5

Term 1 Week 8

Term 2 Week 8

Term 3 Week 3

Term 3 Week 7

Term 3 Week 10

Project 1 Furnishing

Project 2 Textile Art

Designer Study

Project 3 Costume

Exam Two

50

10

10

10

10

10

50

5

15

20

10

100

15

25

30

20

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SUBJECT:

YEAR 11 VET CONSTRUCTION 2012

Assessment Task No

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

Due Date

Term 1 Week 4

Term 2 Week 2

Term 3 Week 2

Term 3 Week 6

Cement Float

Tool Carry and Nail Box

Model Garage Outdoor Tables

Levelling

Cement Float competencies BCGCM 1001B BCGCM 1004B BCGCM 2004B BCGCM 1002B BCGCM 1003B BCGCM 1005B BCGCM 2005B BCGCM 2001 B + onsite communication and workbook

Tool Carry competencies BCGCM 1001B BCGCM 1004B BCGCM 2004B BCGCM 1002B BCGCM 1003B BCGCM 1005B BCGCM 2005B BCGCM 2001B + onsite plan and organise work and workbook + onsite measurement and calculations + booklet + onsite work effectively + booklet

Outdoor tables competencies BCGCM 1001B BCGCM 1004B BCGCM 2004B BCGCM 1002B BCGCM 1003B BCGCM 1005B BCGCM 2005B BCGCM 2001B + onsite follow OH&S procedures + workbook + Green card. + onsite read and interpret plans and workbook + handle construction materials onsite + booklet

Levelling activities water level boning rods straight edge and spirit level and laser level competencies BCGCM 2006B BCGCM 1003B BCGCM 1002B BCGCM 1004B

+ levelling booklet and onsite

Work Placement Term 2 Week 5 Undertake and complete all practical assessments. All booklets and paperwork to be submitted for assessment.

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SUBJECT:

YEAR 11 VET CONSTRUCTION PATHWAYS - CERTIFICATE II 2012

Assessment Task No

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

Due Date

Term 1 Week 4

Term 2 Week 2

Term 3 Week 2

Term 3 Week 6

Tool Carry and Nail Box

Model Garage Outdoor Tables

Levelling

Cement Float Cement Float competencies CPCCCOHS1001A CPCCCM1004A CPCCCM 1002A CPCCCM 1003A CPCCCM 1005A CPCCOHS2001A + onsite communication and workbook + work effectively booklet + OHS induction course

Tool Carry competencies CPCCCOHS1001A CPCCCM 1004A CPCCCM 1002A CPCCCM 1003A CPCCCM 1005A CPCCOHS2001A + onsite plan and organise work and workbook + onsite measurement and calculations + booklet + onsite work effectively + booklet

Outdoor tables competencies CPCCCOHS1001A CPCCCM 1004A CPCCCM 1002A CPCCCM 1003A CPCCCM 1005A CPCCOHS2001A CPCCCA2001A CPCCCM2004A + onsite follow OH&S procedures + workbook + onsite read and interpret plans and workbook + handle construction materials onsite + booklet

Levelling activities water level boning rods straight edge and spirit level and laser level competencies CPCCCM2006A CPCCCA 1003A CPCCCM 1002A CPCCCM 1004A + levelling booklet and onsite

Work Placement Term 3 Week 4 Undertake and complete all practical assessments. All booklets and paperwork to be submitted for assessment.

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SUBJECT:

YEAR 11 VET HOSPITALITY – FOOD AND BEVERAGE 2012

Assessment Task No

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

Due Date

Term 1 Week 11

Term 2 Week 10

Term 3 Week 7

SITXOHS002A Follow workplace hygiene procedures

SITHACS006A Clean premises and equipment

SITHFAB010 Prepare & serve non-alcoholic beverages

SITXCOM001A Work with colleagues and customers SITHFAB012A Prepare and serve espresso coffee

SITHCCC002A Present food SITXOHS001A Follow health, safety and security procedures

Portfolio

Portfolio

Portfolio

All booklets, activities, tasks and paperwork to be submitted for assessment. Undertake and complete all related practical assessments. This course is normally delivered over (7) school terms. Students must undertake at least 70 hours of structured workplace learning (work placement) in order to meet Board of studies requirements. This workplace learning is also an important opportunity for students to demonstrate competence against knowledge and skills gained and demonstrated in the classroom environment.

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SUBJECT:

YEAR 11 VET METALS AND ENGINEERING 2012

Assessment Task No

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

Due Date

Term 1 Week 10

Term 2 Week 10

Term 3 Week 7

Manufacturing, engineering and related services industries induction

MEM18001C Use hand tools

MEM18002B Use power tools/ Hand held operations

MEM13014A Applied principles of Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) in work environment

MEM18002B Use power tools/ hand held operations

MEM16007A Work with others in a manufacturing, engineering or related environment Workplacement Week 4/5

MEM09002B Interpret technical drawing

Practical Exercises Induction Purpose of Drawing Types of Drawings Borders and line types Pictorial, - Isometric, Oblique Orthographic drawings Dimensioning, sectioning Sketching

MEM05050B Perform routine gas metal arc welding

Practical Exercises

Practical Exercises

Interpreting drawings Sliding Bevel Footprint Spanner School Projects

Garage Seat Tool Trolley Platform Trolley School Projects

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SUBJECT:

YEAR 11 VET PRIMARY INDUSTRIES 2011

Assessment Task No

TASK 1

TASK 2

TASK 3

TASK 4

Due Date

Term 1 Week 9

Term 2 Week 8

Term 3 Week 7

Term 3 Week 9

Follow OHS procedures

Work effectively In industry

Operate tractors

Provide basic first aid

Participate in workplace communication

Operate machinery and equipment

Muster and move livestock

A mandatory 35 hour work placement must be completed.

All documentation returned to teacher for assessment

Handle livestock using book techniques

Undertake and complete all practical assessments. All booklets and paperwork to be submitted for assessment.

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Prelim HSC Assesment Booklet 2012  

Assesment information for Year 11 students of Richmond River High School 2012

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