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Nov
22
2017

Year 9 Science Focus Study: Dynamic Earth


Year 9 will begin its first focus study for Stage 5 work in Cycle C commencing on Monday 27th November.

We will be engaged in a topic called "The Dynamic Earth". During this unit students will be conducting independent research and collaborative investigation towards building an understanding of the history and dynamics of the Earth's geological processes, and the use of science in modelling and understanding such issues as climate change.

The unit also focuses on writing skills, involving the ability to answer with particular reference to Key Verbs, as identified by NESA as key indicators of success in the HSC.

Questions in this unit are pitched at various levels of the thinking hierarchy. Students will be able to engage in questions at a basic level and work through to higher order thinking level, as their abilities and goal setting allow.

As always. copies of the task and associated information will be posted on the Google Classroom site for this topic.

I am looking forward to another wonderful year of Science with Year 9.

Sharon






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