|SACE Code||1COM10 A|
This course is for any student as no background knowledge is assumed.
NOTE: Based on the time required to complete the Community Activity (see Assessment below), it is recommended that students enrol in both Community Studies A in Semester 1 and Community Studies B in Semester 2.
You will take an active role in planning, carrying out and documenting your own community activity using the community as a resource. You and your teacher will work together to develop a program according to your interest. Your background, skills, experiences and community interests are incorporated into this program, containing both research and practical tasks.
There are six areas of study available:
For a 10-credit subject, you should provide evidence of your learning through the completion of a contract of work, which involves each of the two assessment types. The nature, scope, and depth of the community activity should be reflected in the time allocated to a 10-credit subject.
Assessment Type 1: Contract of Work
Assessment Type 2: Reflection
Last updated: 26 July 2021