Who is this course for?
This course is for students who are inquisitive and want to interrelate their science understanding with consequences for society and the environment.
What will I learn
- explore systems at different scales and connect microscopic and macroscopic properties to explain phenomena
- explore the biological, chemical, geological and physical evidence for different theories, such as the theories of natural selection and the Big Bang
- connect atomic theory development with relationships in the periodic table
- develop understanding of how motion and forces are related by applying physical laws
- form relationships between aspects of the living, physical and chemical world are applied to systems on a local and global scale and this enables students to predict how changes will affect equilibrium within these systems.
DNA and Genetics
Natural Selection and Evolution
The Periodic Table
Motion and Energy
How will I be assessed?
Your skills knowledge and understanding will be assessed in a variety of presentation methods including at least one
- Issue investigation with human endeavour capability
- Experiment report
- Skills and Applications task
- Collaborative work with self-assessment.
Last updated: 26 July 2018