SATE - Senior Assessment and Tertiary Entrance

SATE - Senior Assessment and Tertiary Entrance

SATE - Senior Assessment and Tertiary Entrance 2019 AND BEYOND AGENDA Why change? What the change is. Pathways at Mountain Creek. Rigour and expectations. Tertiary Entrance The ATAR. How we will support our students HODS presentations, subjects. To QCAA website. https:// www.qcaa.qld.edu.au/senior/new-snr-assessment-te/inf ormation-school-communities/senior-schooling-changin g Sofrom 2019

QCAA Mandated Content/Assessment Formerly Syllabus (QCAA) ->Work Program->Unit Plan >Lessons Teachers create and mark all assessment items. From 2019 Syllabus ->Unit outline ->Lesson Assessment pre-approved by QCAA or set by QCAA. Teachers mark all internal assessment. External assessment marked by teachers external to the school. Maths and Science Maths Unit 1 and Science Unit 2

Assessment by School All Unit 3 Endorsed 50% External Exam Block 50% other General subjects. Unit 1 Unit 2 Assessment by School Unit 3 Unit 4 Endorsed 75% External Exam Block 25% PATHWAYS TO TERTIARY Traditional

VET > Diploma > Degree. ATAR -> Degree IB -> Degree Additional Early Offer Guarantee Tertiary Prep Pathway. Cert 3+Maths and English pass->OP15 Expectations We know our students. Higher academic achievement opportunities will exist to allow students to;

Stay at school in session 5 to complete study, online work, tutorial work. Complete Higher Order thinking tasks. Collaborate with fellow students. The expectation will be that students take up this support to boost their chances of success. https://www.qcaa.qld.edu.au/senior/new-snr-assessment-te/resources/syllabus-subject-result Calculating ATARs http://www.qtac.edu.au/atar-2020 QTAC ATAR (Panadol ready?) Tertiary Entrance

What is this school doing? Planning the next 2 years in fine detail ensuring time is utilised effectively. Using Year 10 as a genuine preparation year. Further embedding pathways for all students. Strategic Direction Units 1 and 2 completed in Year 11 terms 1,2 and 3. Reduced assessment items and exam blocks. Year 12 work will begin in Term 4, and be completed by end Term 3 Year 12. Term 4 Year 12 is study and exam block. Allows significant student support time. Year 12 Plan Leveraging IB The

IB program has a history of; External Exam and Preparation. Requiring long term study notes. Lengthy exam blocks. In this vein the school will be utilising the skills of our IB teachers to best prepare students for the new senior. Heads of Faculty Time now for faculty presentations. ENGLISH ESSENTIAL APPLIED This subject replaces English Communication They will have a QCAA written assessment in term 3, year 12 Students will need to have studied English in Year 10 as a

prerequisite and it is recommended that they have received a C to be fully prepared for the course It will be assessed by Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Spoken/signed response Multimodal response Spoken/signed response Multimodal response Written response Novel internal

assessment Written response Summative internal assessment 2: Common internal assessment written by QCAA GENERAL ENGLISH This subject replaces English Authority There is a mandatory number of texts to be studied along the course, including a novel study that will carry over from term 4 year 11 to term 1 year 12 Students will need to have studied English or Extension English in Year 10 as a prerequisite and gained a result of C or higher

It will be assessed by Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Written response for a public audience (25%) Exam imaginative written response (25%) Written response for a public audience (25%) Exam imaginative written response (25%) Persuasive spoken response (25%) Persuasive spoken

response (25%) Exam analytical written response (25%) External Exam analytical written response (25%) Film, Television & New Media - GENERAL This subject replaces the QCAA FTV course The external exam in term 4, year 12 will test both units 3 and 4 Students will need to have studied English or Extension English in Year 10 as a prerequisite and gained will assessed by. a resultIt of C be or higher Unit 1

Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Extended response close analysis of a media product OR Project music video, genre sequence, trailer. Extended response exam OR Project genre sequence Case study investigation Stylistic Project (35%) Multi Platform Project

Summative external assessment (EA): Examination extended response (25%) MATHEMATICS Senior Mathematics offers 4 subjects. 3 general subjects 1 applied subject. Maths A becomes General Mathematics Maths B becomes Mathematical Methods Maths C becomes

Specialist Mathematics Pre-Vocational Maths becomes Essential Mathematics 4 UNITS OF WORK All 4 mathematics subjects cover 4 units across the 2 years of study. Unit 1 Unit 2 Year 11, Terms 1 - 3 Unit 3 Unit 4 Year 11, Term 4 Year 12, Terms 1-3

Each subject covers different topics within each unit. Results in Units 3 and 4 determine overall exit results. Units 1 and 2 are required for success in units 3 and 4 problematic to change subjects mid-course. PVM Essential Mathematics Applied ALL assessment allows access to a calculator. It will be assessed in the following ways Unit 1 Unit 2 Assignment 60 minute Exam Unit 3 Assignment

60 minute Exam Unit 4 Assignment 60 minute Exam Externally written Assignment 60 minute Exam All unit 3 and 4 assessment contributes equally to exit result. Can establish a basis for further education and employment in the fields of: trade industry business and community services Maths A General

Mathematics General ALL assessment allows access to a calculator. It will be assessed in the following ways Unit 1 Assignment 60 minute Simple Exam 60 minute Complex Exam Unit 2 90 minute Simple Exam, assessing units 1 AND 2 90 minute Complex Exam, assessing units

1 AND 2 Unit 3 Assignment 60 minute Simple Exam 60 minute Complex Exam Unit 4 60 minute Simple Exam 60 minute Complex Exam EXTERNAL ASSESSMENT - 50% of final grade

90 minute EXTERNAL Simple Exam, assessing units 3 AND 4 90 minute EXTERNAL Complex Exam, assessing units 3 AND 4 Maths General A Mathematics General Minimum of C in Year 10 General Maths, in semester 2. Students will be expected to be independent learners with a commitment to home study and learning. Suitable for students who do not require calculus for future pathway. It incorporates a practical approach that equips learners for their needs as future citizens. Can establish a basis for further education and employment in the fields of: business commerce education

IT social science the arts finance Maths B Maths C Mathematical Methods Specialist Mathematics General General Only SOME assessment allows access to a calculator 60 and 90 min exams without access to a Unitcalculator.

1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Assignment 60 minute Technology inactive Exam 60 minute Technology Exam 90 minute Technology inactive Exam, assessing units 1 AND 2

90 minute Technology Exam, assessing units 1 AND 2 Assignment 60 minute Technology inactive Exam 60 minute Technology Exam 60 minute Technology inactive Exam 60 minute Technology Exam EXTERNAL ASSESSMENT - 50% of final grade

90 minute EXTERNAL Technology inactive Exam, assessing units 3 AND 4 90 minute EXTERNAL Technology Maths B Mathematical Methods General Minimum of B- in Year 10 Methods Maths, in semester 2. Require access to a graphics display calculator. Students will be expected to be independent learners with a commitment to home study and learning. Can establish a basis for further education and employment in the fields of: natural and physical sciences mathematics and science education medical and health sciences

computer science psychology business engineering Maths C Specialist Mathematics General Minimum of B+ in Year 10 Methods Maths, in semester 2. Must choose Mathematical Methods as well. Require access to a graphics display calculator. Students will be expected to be independent learners with a commitment to home study and learning. Can establish a basis for further education and employment in the fields of: science all branches of computer mathematics

science and statistics engineering finance economics medicine HOW ARE WE PREPARING YEAR 10 STUDENTS? Year 10 core and extension mathematics programs have been rewritten to ensure students have covered all of the required prerequisite content for new subjects. Creating new preparatory classes in semester 2 (as per letter in term 1) to tailor preparation and readiness for new senior subjects. Using new senior grade boundaries in year 10 (starting term 1) to assist students to engage with the new grade requirements. Implementing whole of semester testing in terms 2 and 4, in preparation for external exams that will assess an entire years content. CONT.. Introducing blind component (20%) of exams to assist prepare staff and students for external exams. Committing to, as a minimum, fortnightly reviewing of content to assist with long-term content retention.

Exposing students to a complex question every week, to assist with preparation for the increased rigour of new senior subjects and foster confidence in problem-solving and the unfamiliar. Implementing longer length non-calculator exams in terms 2, 3 and 4 in year 10 extension and methods courses to prepare students for pathways into methods and specialist maths in year 11 and 12. WHERE ARE WE NOW? Year 10 students have had recent interaction with the new senior grade boundaries (term 1 exams). Students are aware of the increased demands/rigour of the new senior mathematics subjects. Critical that students continue to revise term 1 content in preparation for end of term 2 exam that will cover all of terms 1 and 2 content. Critical that students use digital resources, such as MOODLE and mymathsonline to tailor their study. Critical that students give themselves the best chance of success on end of term 2 exams as results will inform class placement for semester 2. Letter to be posted home to parents this week. Subjects offered in Science in 2019 Assessment in the General Science Subjects

Units 1 and 2 provide opportunities for each of the assessment types to be practised Results from Summative Assessments provide a subject score out of 100. Students will also receive an overall subject result (AE). Assessment in the Applied Science Subjects SUMMATIVE Formative assessment in Year 11 Items will reflect

Summative Assessment 4 INTERNAL Assessments used to determine LOA Based on Units 3 and 4 Ancient History General It contains the following topics Unit 1 Investigating the Ancient World Unit 2 Personalities in their Times Unit 3 Reconstructing the Ancient World Unit 4 People, Power and Authority Topic One Digging up the Past

Archaeology Topic One Alexander the Great Topic One Fifth Century Athens Topic One Persian War Topic Two Hannibal Barca Topic Two Early Imperial Rome Topic Two Augustus Topic Two Beliefs, Rituals and Funerary Practices Ancient Egypt Modern History General It contains the following topics Unit 1 Ideas in the Modern

World Unit 2 Movements in the Modern World Unit 3 National Experiences in the Modern World Unit 4 International Experiences in the Modern World Topic One French Revolution Topic One Independence Movement in India Topic One China 1931 - 1976 Topic One Cold War Topic Two Germany 1914 - 1945

Topic Two Topic Two Meiji Restoration Topic Two Australian Indigenous Rights Movement It will be assessed by. Australian Engagement with Asian since 1945 Vietnam War Ancient and Modern History General Internal Assessment One Internal Assessment Two Internal Assessment 3 External Assessment Essay in Response to Historical Sources

Investigation independent source investigation Investigation historical essay based on research Examination short responses to historical sources 25% 25% 25% 25% 800-1000 words 1500 -2000 words 1500-2000 words 800-1000 words 2 hours plus 15 minutes

planning time 15 hours class time (approx. 5 weeks) 15 hours class time (approx. 5 weeks) 2 hours plus 15 minutes planning time Geography General It contains the following topics Unit One Responding to risk and vulnerability in hazard zones Unit Two Planning sustainable places Unit Three Responding to land cover transformations Unit Four Managing population change Topic One Natural Hazard Zones

Topic One Responding to challenges facing a place in Australia Topic One Landover transformation and climate change Topic Two Population challenges in Australia Topic Two Managing the challenges facing a megacity Topic Two Responding to local land cover transformation Topic Two Ecological Hazard Zone Topic Two Global population Challenges Geography General

Internal Assessment One Internal Assessment Two Internal Assessment 3 External Assessment Examination Combination Response Investigation Field Report Investigation data report External Assessment combination report 25% 25% 25% Collection and evaluation of field work data

Written report Part A stimulus short response (50-150 words) 25 % Part A stimulus short response (50-150 words) Part B extended response to stimulus (450-600 words) 2 hours plus 15 mins planning 1500-2000 words 15 hours (approximately 5 weeks in class) 1500-2000 words 15 hours (approximately 5 week in class) Part B extended response to stimulus (450-600 words) 2 hours plus 15 mins planning Social and Community Studies Applied

Core Topics Elective Year 11 Elective Year 12 Personal Skills 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 4. Interpersonal Skills Todays Society Science and Technology Health Recreation and leisure Australias place in the world Legally, it could be you The world of Work

Money Management Health Food and Nutrition Citizenship skills Project Investigation Extended response Examination Written, spoken, multimodal, performance or product development Magazine/journal article, reviews, reports, essays, multimodal (spoken) Extended written or verbal response to provided stimulus Short response exam Year 11 500-800 words Year 12 600-1000 words

25% Year 11 500-800 words Year 12 600-1000 words 25% Year 11 400-700 words Year 12 500-900 words 25% 60 90 minutes Creative Industries Subjects 2019 Learning Areas General Results may contribute to an ATAR calculation. Results contribute to the QCE. Internal & External assessment

Applied No more than one applied subject can contribute to ATAR calculation. Results contribute to QCE Dance Drama Music Visual Art Music in Practice Visual Arts in Practice DANCE GENERAL Area of study It contains the following topics. Unit 1 : Moving Bodies Unit 2 : Moving Through Environments Unit 3 : Moving Statements Unit 4 : Moving My Way

How does dance communicate meaning for different purposes and in different contexts? How does the integration of the environment shape dance to communicate meaning? How is dance used to communicate viewpoints? How does dance communicate meaning for me? Assessment It will be assessed in the following way. Unit 1 : Moving Bodies Unit 2 : Moving Through Environments Unit 3 : Moving Statements

Unit 4 : Moving My Way Performance (20%) Choreography (20%) Project dance work (35%) Exam extended response (25%) Performance (20%) Choreography (20%) Project dance work (35%) Exam extended response (25%) DRAMA GENERAL It contains the following topics. Area of study Unit 1 : Share Unit 2 : Reflect How does drama promote How is drama shaped to reflect shared understandings of

lived experience? the human experience? Unit 3 : Challenge Unit 4 : Transform How can we use drama to challenge our understanding of humanity? How can you transform dramatic practice? Assessment It will be assessed in the following way. Unit 1 : Share Unit 2 : Reflect Unit 3 : Challenge Unit 4 : Transform Performance (20%) Dramatic Concept (20%)

Exam extended response (25%) Project practice-led (35%) Exam extended response (25%) Performance (20%) Dramatic Concept (20%) Project practice-led (35%) Exam extended response (25%) MUSIC GENERAL Area of study It contains the following topics. Unit 1 : Designs Unit 2 : Identities Unit 3 : Innovations Unit 4 : Narratives

Designs Identities Innovations Narratives Unit 1 : Designs Unit 2 : Identities Unit 3 : Innovations Unit 4 : Narratives Performance (20%) Composition (20%) Exam (25%) Integrated project (35%) Exam (25%) Performance (20%) Composition (20%) Integrated project (35%)

Exam (25%) Assessment It will be assessed in the following way. VISUAL ARTS GENERAL Area of study It contains the following topics. Unit 1 : Art as lens Unit 2 : Art as code Unit 3 : Art as knowledge Unit 4 : Art as alternate Art as a lens to explore the material world Art as a coded visual language. Constructing knowledge as an artist and audience.

Evolving alternative representations and meaning Student-directed Student-directed People, places, objects Codes, symbols, signs and art conventions Assessment It will be assessed in the following way. Unit 1 : Art as lens Unit 2 : Art as code Unit 3 : Art as knowledge Unit 4 : Art as alternate Investigation inquiry phase 1 (15%) Project inquiry phase 2 (25%)

Examination (25%) Project inquiry phase 3 (35%) Examination (25%) Investigation inquiry phase 1 (15%) Project inquiry phase 2 (25%) Project inquiry phase 3 (35%) Examination (25%) MUSIC IN PRACTICE APPLIED Area of study It contains the following topics. Unit 1 : The Bigger Picture Unit 2 : Songs That Sell Unit 3 : What Can Music Do For You? Unit 4 : In the Studio

Music as a vehicle to benefit a community group. Students compose music for the specific purpose of selling the product. Students promote music education & music making through studentled projects Students explore aspects of production, recording and writing music for the studio Assessment It will be assessed in the following way. Unit 1 : Unit 2 : Unit 3 : Unit 4 : Project

Performance Composition Extended response to stimulus Extended response to stimulus Project Composition Performance VISUAL ARTS IN PRACTICE APPLIED Area of study It contains the following topics. Unit 1 : Community Arts Unit 2 : The Saleable Item Unit 3 : Rock Out Unit 4 : Illustrate it Students will design and

create a series of artworks for a community event/purpose Students will explore, design and create a range craft items for the art market. Students will explore the link between art and the music industry and create album covers & promotional posters. Students will explore the field of graphic design and illustration. Sculpture, painting Ceramics, craft objects Digital Art and photography Drawing & printmaking Assessment

It will be assessed in the following way. Unit 1 : Unit 2 : Unit 3 : Unit 4 : Project Extended response to stimulus Product Investigation Product Investigation Product Extended response to stimulus ENGINEERING GENERAL This subject replaces Engineering Technology. It contains the following topics

Unit 1 Engineering fundamentals and society Unit 2 Emerging technologies Unit 3 Statics of structures and environmental considerations Unit 4 Machines and mechanisms Topic 1: Engineering history Topic 2: The problemsolving process in Engineering Topic 3: Engineering communication Topic 4: Introduction to engineering mechanics Topic 5: Introduction to engineering materials Topic 1: Emerging needs

Topic 2: Emerging processes and machinery Topic 3: Emerging materials Topic 4: Exploring autonomy Topic 1: Application of the problem-solving process in Engineering Topic 2: Civil structures and the environment Topic 3: Civil structures, materials and forces Topic 1: Machines in society Topic 2: Materials Topic 3: Machine control ENGINEERING GENERAL It will be assessed by. Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4

Project folio (25%) Examination (25%) Project folio (25%) Examination (25%) Project folio (25%) Examination (25%) Project folio (25%) External Examination (25%) Students will need to have studied English, Maths and Science in Year 10 as a prerequisite and gained a result of a B. It is a distinct advantage to have studied Engineering Concepts in 9 and 10. The subject involves a significant level of autonomy in responding to complex problems. Students are typically good at working to time frames, organised and self managing. They tend to be intuitive, empathetic and able to justify their decisions. Students completing this subject may wish to continue their study in one of the multitude of engineering or design fields at University or in the workplace. DESIGN GENERAL

This subject replaces Graphics, Technology Studies, Fashion and Information and Processing Technologies. It contains the following topics Unit 1 Design in practice Unit 2 Commercial design Unit 3 Human-centred design Unit 4 Sustainable design Topic 1: Experiencing design Topic 2: Design process Topic 3: Design styles Topic 1: Explore client needs and wants Topic 2: Develop collaborative design Topic 1: Designing with

empathy Topic 1: Explore sustainable design opportunities Topic 2: Develop redesign DESIGN GENERAL It will be assessed by. Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Examination design challenge (15%) Project (35%) Project (25%) Examination design challenge (25%) Examination design

challenge (15%) Project (35%) Project (25%) External Examination design challenge (25%) Students will need to have studied English and Maths in Year 10 as a prerequisite and gained a result of a B. It is a distinct advantage to have studied Graphics, Design or Art in 9 and 10. The subject involves students in significant visual and text based communication of ideas when responding to design problems. The subject suits students who are typically visual and kinaesthetic learners who are organised and take pride in presenting their work. Students completing this subject may wish to consider further education and employment in the fields of architecture, digital media design, fashion design, graphic design, industrial design, interior design and landscape architecture. Subjects offered in Coding and Innovation in 2019 Assessment in Digital Solutions (General Subject) Units 1 and 2 provide

opportunities for each of the assessment types to be practised Results from Summative Assessments provide a subject score out of 100. Assessment in ICT (Applied Subject) FORMATIVE Formative assessment in Year 11 Items will reflect Summative assessment in Year 12 SUMMATIVE 4 INTERNAL Assessments used to

determine final grade Based on Year 12 assessments only Business Subjects 2019 Learning Areas General Results may contribute to an ATAR calculation. Results contribute to the QCE. Internal & External assessment Applied No more than one applied subject can contribute to ATAR calculation. Results contribute to QCE

Accounting Business Economics Legal studies Business studies ASSESSMENT TOPICS ACCOUNTING GENERAL Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Real world Accounting Management effectiveness

Monitoring a business Accounting the big picture Formative Formative Summative Summative Examination Project Examination 1 25% Project 25% Examination Examination 2 25%

External Examination 25% ASSESSMENT TOPICS BUSINESS GENERAL Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Business creation Business growth Business diversification Business evolution

Formative Formative Summative Summative Examination Business report Examination 1 25% Feasibility report 25% Investigation Business report 25% External Examination 25%

Examination ASSESSMENT TOPICS ECONOMICS GENERAL Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Markets and models Modified markets International economics Contemporary macroeconomic s

Formative Formative Summative Summative Examination Investigation research report Examination 1 25% Extended response to stimulus 25% Extended response to stimulus Investigation research report

25% External Examination 25% ASSESSMENT TOPICS LEGAL STUDIES GENERAL Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Beyond reasonable doubt Balance of probabilities Formative

Formative Summative Summative Examination Investigation inquiry report Examination 1 25% Investigation argumentative essay 25% Argumentative essay Investigation Inquiry report 25% Law governance Human rights in

and change legal contexts External Examination 25% ASSESSMENT TOPICS BUSINESS STUDIES APPLIED Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Business fundamentals Financial literacy Business

communication Business technology Formative Formative Summative Summative Examination Project Examination Extended response Extended response Project Examination

Physical Education GENERAL Replaces old Physical Education to inform the concepts and principles studied. Choice determined by staff expertise, student experience, facilities and 6 Physical activities equipment available 6.1 Net and court .......................................................................................... 6.2 Invasion .................................................................................................. 6.3 Striking and fielding ................................................................................ 6.4 Target ..................................................................................................... 6.5 Performance ........................................................................................... 6.6 Aesthetic ................................................................................................. Health Education GENERAL Replaces old Health Education

Health Inquiry Model Sport & Recreation Applied Replaces Recreation including Rugby League Which Activities to Choose? To support learning in, through and about sport and recreation, at least 50% of learning will be spent actively participating in physical activities. The choice of electives are dependent on: the interests of the student cohort the expertise of teachers available facilities and resources. The Five Categories of Physical Activities 1 2 3 4 5 Active play and minor games Challenge and adventure activities Games and sports

Lifelong physical activities Rhythmic and expressive movement activities Assessment in Sport & Recreation Assessment items will be chosen to suit each particular unit with Year 11 formative assessment reflecting Year 12 summative assessment. LOTE Japanese & Spanish LOTE Assessment & Pre requisites Students will be required to have studied their language in year 10 and be aiming to achieve a B standard during this time to ensure success in the SATE program During Units 1 and 2 Students will be given the opportunity experience and respond to the types of assessment in Units 3 and 4. This is involve short and long response exams and also combination exams of Language skills for example Listening and Speaking.

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