|Visual Arts: ACAVAM121 - Practise techniques and processes to enhance representation of ideas in their art-making
||Eg. reflecting, adjusting, modifying and evaluating their own artwork through consistent critical assessment, and refining intentions and viewpoints when making, responding to and displaying artworks; and researching widely to find the most appropriate sources of information about visual arts skills, use of materials, traditional and contemporary styles, display options, and sources for ideas when developing their own artwork
|Visual Arts: ACAVAM128 - Plan and design artworks that represent artistic intention.
||Eg. being imaginative when applying a personal aesthetic, for example, when planning to manipulate and/or appropriate images, objects and spaces into new contexts and meanings
|Visual Arts: Critical and Historical Studies - Stage 4-5 Students learn about Australian and international artists, designers, architects from different times and places with a focus on those with an iconic status and others who are relevant to the cultural and personal interests of students.
||Eg. investigate how different artists in different
times and places develop their intentions and
recognise some of the constraints they work
|Mathematics: ACMMG161 - Draw different views of prisms and solids formed from combinations of prisms.
||Eg. using aerial views of buildings and other 3-D structures to visualise the structure of the building or prism
|Mathematics: ACMMG197 - Investigate the relationship between features of circles such as circumference, area, radius and diameter. Use formulas to solve problems involving circumference and area.
||Eg. investigating the circumference and area of circles with materials or by measuring, to establish an understanding of formulas; and investigating the area of circles using a square grid or by rearranging a circle divided into sectors
|Mathematics: ACMNA296 - Graph simple non-linear relations with and without the use of digital technologies and solve simple related equations
||Eg. graphing parabolas, and circles connecting x-intercepts of a graph to a related equation.
|Design and Technology: ACTDEK047 - Investigate and make judgements, within a range of technologies specialisations, on how technologies can be combined to create designed solutions.
||Eg. critiquing environments in relation to preferred futures in relation to society, ethics and sustainability practices; and examining factors influencing the design of a product that has an explicit environmental emphasis
|Design and Technology: ACTDEK046 - Investigate and make judgements on how the characteristics and properties of materials, systems, components, tools and equipment can be combined to create designed solutions
||Eg. analysing and explaining the ways in which the properties and characteristics of materials have been considered in the design of a product with specific requirements
|Civics and Citizenship: ACHCK081 - How ideas about and experiences of Australian identity are influenced by global connectedness and mobility
||Eg. examining stories of how Australian citizens’ perspectives on their role in the global community have been influenced by their experiences of living and working in other countries; and examining forms of global connectedness such as digital technology, arts, trade, language learning, employment, travel and immigration