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Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

PRN31S - ART PRINTMAKING 31S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

Students develop and extend ideas in a mature body of art work with teacher guidance. They research contemporary artists and learn to apply that research to advance their own work. They produce sophisticated prints that can form part of a submission if they wish to apply to any art/design/photography based tertiary programme. Guidance is provided for all tertiary applications.

Future Possibilities
Entry to tertiary Art, Design or Photography courses is often through folio submission, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 3 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, or Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. These can be taken as full year or as a semester course. See Mr Soltero for more information.

Teacher in Charge: Mr M. Soltero

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30.00 includes:
Art Pack
Group Resources
Photocopying and basic materials
NB: Supplementary materials may be required during the year; amount varies between students.
Print credit must be maintained.

Recommended Prior Learning: Maturity, enthusiasm and ability to work independently is required. Students who have not successfully completed a Level 2 Art Printmaking or Art Painting course must consult with Mr Soltero and may not be able to undertake a full level 3 semester course.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91448 v2Printmaking 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to printmaking
I
4
A.S. 91453 v2Printmaking 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established printmaking practice
I
4
A.S. 91448 v2Printmaking 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to printmaking
I
4
A.S. 91453 v2Printmaking 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established printmaking practice
I
4
  
Total Credits

Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

PRN31F - ART PRINTMAKING 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students develop and extend ideas in a mature body of art work with teacher guidance. They research contemporary artists and learn to apply that research to advance their own work. They produce sophisticated prints that can form part of a submission if they wish to apply to any art/design/photography based tertiary programme. Guidance is provided for all tertiary applications.

Future Possibilities
Entry to tertiary Art, Design or Photography courses is often through folio submission, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 3 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, or Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. These can be taken as full year or as a semester course. See Mr Soltero for more information.
If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Mr M. Soltero

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $60.00 includes:
Art Pack
Group Resources
Photocopying and basic materials
NB: Supplementary materials may be required during the year; amount varies between students.
Print credit must be maintained.

Recommended Prior Learning: Successful completion of Year 12 Art Printmaking and/or Year 12 Art Painting, either the semester or full year courses, is strongly recommended as prior learning for Printmaking. Students who have not successfully completed this course should see Mr Soltero before selecting Printmaking as a subject.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91458 v2Printmaking 3.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that integrates conventions and regenerates ideas within printmaking practice
E
14
A.S. 91453 v2Printmaking 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established printmaking practice
I
4
A.S. 91448 v2Printmaking 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to printmaking
I
4
A.S. 91458 v2Printmaking 3.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that integrates conventions and regenerates ideas within printmaking practice
E
14
A.S. 91453 v2Printmaking 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established printmaking practice
I
4
A.S. 91448 v2Printmaking 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to printmaking
I
4
  
Total Credits

Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

PRN21S - ART PRINTMAKING 21S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

Students use their own ideas and subject matter with a variety of contemporary printmaking techniques, media and processes. Students research a variety of artists and demonstrate an understanding of established artistic practice.

Future Possibilities
Successful completion of either the Semester or Full Year Printmaking course gives students entry to Level 3 Printmaking and/or Painting. Entry to tertiary Art and/or Design courses is often through portfolio submission representing a variety of art study in Year 13 courses, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 2 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Sculpture or Art Printmaking. These can be taken as either semester or full year.

Teacher in Charge: Mr M. Soltero

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30.00 includes:
Art Pack
Group Resources
Photocopying and basic materials
NB: Supplementary materials may be required during the year; amount varies between students.
Print credit must be maintained.

Recommended Prior Learning: Successful completion of Year 11 Art is strongly recommended as prior learning for Printmaking.
Students who have not successfully completed this course should see Mr Soltero before selecting Printmaking as a subject.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91318 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established printmaking practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91313 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to printmaking
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91318 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established printmaking practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91313 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to printmaking
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

PRN21F - ART PRINTMAKING 21F – Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students use their own ideas and subject matter with a variety of contemporary printmaking techniques, media and processes. Students research a variety of artists and demonstrate an understanding of established artistic practice.

Future Possibilities
Successful completion of either the Semester or Full Year Printmaking course gives students entry to Level 3 Printmaking and/or Painting. Entry to tertiary Art and/or Design courses is often through portfolio submission representing a variety of art study in Year 13 courses, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 2 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Sculpture or Art Printmaking. These can be taken as either semester or full year.

Teacher in Charge: Mr M. Soltero

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $60.00 includes:
• Art Pack
• Group Resources
• Photocopying and basic materials
NB: Supplementary materials may be required during the year; amount varies between students.
Print credit must be maintained.

Recommended Prior Learning: Successful completion of Year 11 Art is strongly recommended as prior learning for Printmaking.
Students who have not successfully completed this course should see Mr Soltero before selecting Printmaking as a subject.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91323 v2Visual Arts 2.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that shows understanding of art making conventions and ideas within printmaking
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 12 Creative Industries credits
E
12
A.S. 91318 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established printmaking practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91313 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to printmaking
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91323 v2Visual Arts 2.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that shows understanding of art making conventions and ideas within printmaking
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 12 Creative Industries credits
E
12
A.S. 91318 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established printmaking practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91313 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to printmaking
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

ART11F - ART 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

• Students will use a variety of specific artists’ techniques.
• Students will follow an individual approach to the media and ideas they explore based on their own theme developed with teacher guidance.
• The main course is designed for painting, printmaking and with options for the inclusion of Illustration, Design, Photography and Sculpture in the multi-field unit.
• There are two optional Art History standards that can count towards literacy and reinforce their learning about artists.
• Most students will undertake a course of 22 credits. The additional credits are optional and can offer students further opportunities to demonstrate other knowledge and/or gain merit or excellence.

Future Possibilities
Entry into Level 2 Painting, Printmaking, Art Photography, Art Design, Art History, Art Sculpture. These courses can be taken as full year or as a semester course.

Teacher in Charge: Mr M. Soltero

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $60.00 includes:
• Art pack.
• Group resources.
• Photocopying and basic materials.
NB: Supplementary materials may be required during the year; amount varies between students. Print credit must be maintained.

Recommended Prior Learning: Successful completion of a Year 10 Art semester course. Students who do not meet the pre-requisite must consult with Mr Soltero and may not be able to undertake a full course.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91018 v3Art History 1.4 - Demonstrate knowledge of media and methods used to produce art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91016 v3Art History 1.2 - Demonstrate understanding of the subject matter of art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 90916 v3Visual Arts 1.4 - Produce a body of work informed by established practice, which develops ideas, using a range of media
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 12 Creative Industries credits
E
12
A.S. 90915 v2Visual Arts 1.3 - Use drawing conventions to develop work in more than one field of practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 90914 v3Visual Arts 1.2 - Use drawing methods and skills for recording information using wet and dry media
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91018 v3Art History 1.4 - Demonstrate knowledge of media and methods used to produce art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91016 v3Art History 1.2 - Demonstrate understanding of the subject matter of art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 90916 v3Visual Arts 1.4 - Produce a body of work informed by established practice, which develops ideas, using a range of media
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 12 Creative Industries credits
E
12
A.S. 90915 v2Visual Arts 1.3 - Use drawing conventions to develop work in more than one field of practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 90914 v3Visual Arts 1.2 - Use drawing methods and skills for recording information using wet and dry media
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

ARH21F - ART HISTORY 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Art History is an English rich subject exploring historic and contemporary art and culture, examining the major art periods from 1960s through to the present time.
• Students produce 4 written submissions during the year in the form of transactional writing (i.e. these are not essays as such).
• In class students watch videos, discuss art and culture, read articles and research from both visual and written texts to support opinions
• Main units are – What is Art?, Media and processes in painting and/or sculpture, Personal responses to Artworks, Art in relation to its environment.

Future Possibilities - Art History Level 3, Philosophy

Teacher in Charge: Mr M. Soltero

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $24.00 (includes access to group resources such as art books, art magazines).

Recommended Prior Learning: Open entry but English language skills essential.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91183 v2Art History 2.4 - Examine how media are used to create effects in art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91184 v2Art History 2.5 - Communicate understanding of an art history topic
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91185 v2Art History 2.6 - Communicate a considered personal response to art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91186 v2Art History 2.7 - Demonstrate understanding of art works in relation to their physical environments
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91183 v2Art History 2.4 - Examine how media are used to create effects in art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91184 v2Art History 2.5 - Communicate understanding of an art history topic
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91185 v2Art History 2.6 - Communicate a considered personal response to art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91186 v2Art History 2.7 - Demonstrate understanding of art works in relation to their physical environments
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

-

This course requires option.


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

ARD21F - ART DESIGN 21F – Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

In Art Design, students learn to develop visual ideas through the creative design process by studying and applying the techniques of established designers who give popular brands their identity e.g. Quicksilver, Adidas, Adobe, etc.
• Students select their own theme with teacher guidance within one of three categories: Product, Event or Awareness.
• Students do not need to know how to draw but we do use sketch books to record ideas.
• Students learn to use digital media, such as Photoshop or Illustrator, following the development of their ideas.

Future Possibilities
Successful completion of this course gives students entry to Art Design 31F or Photography 31F. Entry to tertiary Art and/or design courses is often through folio submission, therefore students considering studying Art and/or design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 2 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking, Art Sculpture.
See Mr Soltero for more information.

Teacher in Charge: Mr M. Soltero

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $60.00 includes:
• Art pack
• Group resources
• Photocopying and basic materials
NB: Supplementary materials may be required during the year; amount varies between students. Folio printing fee is charged end of Term 2 for full year course.

Recommended Prior Learning: Maturity, enthusiasm and ability to work independently is required. Successful completion of Art11F is an advantage because these students tend to know how to manage relatively large independent projects and are more aware of how the creative process operates.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91320 v2Visual Arts 2.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that shows understanding of art making conventions and ideas within design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 12 Creative Industries credits
E
12
A.S. 91315 v1Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established design practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91310 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91320 v2Visual Arts 2.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that shows understanding of art making conventions and ideas within design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 12 Creative Industries credits
E
12
A.S. 91315 v1Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established design practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91310 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

ARD21S - ART DESIGN 21S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

In the Art Design semester course, students learn to develop visual ideas through the creative design process by studying and applying the techniques of established designers who give popular brands their identity e.g. Quicksilver, Adidas, Adobe, etc.
• Students select their own theme with teacher guidance within one of three categories: Product, Event or Awareness.
• Students do not need to know how to draw but we do use sketch books to record ideas.
• Students learn to use digital media, such as Photoshop or Illustrator, following the development of their ideas.

Future Possibilities
Successful completion of this course gives students entry to Art Design 31F or Photography 31F. Entry to tertiary Art and/or design courses is often through folio submission, therefore students considering studying Art and/or design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 2 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking, Art Sculpture.
See Mr Soltero for more information.

Teacher in Charge: Mr M. Soltero

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30.00 includes:
• Art pack
• Group resources
• Photocopying and basic materials
NB: Supplementary materials may be required during the year; amount varies between students. Folio printing fee charged end of Term 2.
Printing fee may apply if specialist printing is selected.

Recommended Prior Learning: Maturity, enthusiasm and ability to work independently is required. Successful completion of Art11F is an advantage because these students tend to know how to manage relatively large independent projects and are more aware of how the creative process operates.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91315 v1Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established design practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91310 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91315 v1Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established design practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91310 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

ARD31F - ART DESIGN 31F – Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students develop and extend ideas in a mature body of art/design work with teacher guidance. They produce a sophisticated art/design folio that can form the basis of their submission if they wish to apply to any art/design based tertiary programme.
• Students extend visual ideas through the creative design process by studying and applying techniques of established designers.
• Students select their own theme with teacher guidance based on an issue such as the environment, an event such as a music festival, or a product promotion such as a fashion label.
• Students learn to use digital media (Photoshop, Illustrator, cameras, scanners, etc).

Future Possibilities
Entry to tertiary Art, Design or Photography courses is often through folio submission representing a variety of art study in the Year 13 courses, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 3 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. These courses could be either full year or for a semester. See Mr Soltero for more information.

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Mr M. Soltero

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $60.00 includes:
• Art pack
• Group resources including access to Photo Studio.
NB: Courier fee of $10.00 and folio printing fee charged end of Term 2. Print credit must be maintained.

Recommended Prior Learning: Maturity, enthusiasm and ability to work independently is required. Successful completion of Level 2 Art Design (Full or Semester) is required. Students who have not successfully completed a Level 2 Art Design course may not be able to undertake a full course.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91450 v1Design 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established design practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91445 v2Design 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91455 v2Design 3.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that integrates conventions and regenerates ideas within design practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 14 Creative Industries credits
E
14
A.S. 91450 v1Design 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established design practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91445 v2Design 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91455 v2Design 3.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that integrates conventions and regenerates ideas within design practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 14 Creative Industries credits
E
14
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

ARD31S - ART DESIGN 31S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

Students develop and extend ideas in a mature body of art/design work with teacher guidance. They produce a sophisticated art/design work that can from the basis of their submission if they wish to apply to any art/design based tertiary programme.
• Students extend visual ideas through the creative design process by studying and applying techniques of established designers.
• Students select their own theme with teacher guidance based on an issue such as the environment, an event such as a music festival, or a product promotion such as a fashion label.
• Students learn to use digital media (Photoshop, Illustrator, cameras, scanners, etc).

Future Possibilities
Entry to tertiary Art, Design or Photography courses is often through folio submission, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 3 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking or, Art Sculpture.
See Mr Soltero for more information.

Teacher in Charge: Mr M. Soltero

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30.00 includes:
• Art pack
• Group resources including access to the Photo Studio.
NB: Print credit must be maintained for copier printing.

Recommended Prior Learning: Maturity, enthusiasm and ability to work independently is required. Successful completion of a Level 2 Art Design course, either full year or a semester course, is required. Students who have not successfully completed a Level Two Art Design course may not be able to undertake a full course.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91450 v1Design 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established design practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91445 v2Design 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91450 v1Design 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established design practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91445 v2Design 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

ARH21S - ART HISTORY 21S – Semester

This course requires 1 option.

Art History is an English rich subject exploring historic and contemporary art and culture, examining the major art periods from 1960s through to the present time.
• Students produce 2 written responses in the semester (these are not essays, we focus on transactional writing).
• In class students watch videos, discuss art and culture, read articles and research from both visual and written texts to support opinions
• Units for first semester: Media and processes in painting or sculpture. Respond to the topic of originality
• Units for second semester: Personal response to art in a gallery or museum

Future Possibilities - Art History Level 3, Philosophy

Teacher in Charge: Mr M. Soltero

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $15.00. (includes access to group resources such as art books, art magazines).

Recommended Prior Learning: Open entry but English language skills essential

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91186 v2Art History 2.7 - Demonstrate understanding of art works in relation to their physical environments
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91185 v2Art History 2.6 - Communicate a considered personal response to art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91184 v2Art History 2.5 - Communicate understanding of an art history topic
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91183 v2Art History 2.4 - Examine how media are used to create effects in art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91186 v2Art History 2.7 - Demonstrate understanding of art works in relation to their physical environments
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91185 v2Art History 2.6 - Communicate a considered personal response to art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91184 v2Art History 2.5 - Communicate understanding of an art history topic
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91183 v2Art History 2.4 - Examine how media are used to create effects in art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

ARH31F - ART HISTORY 31F – Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Art History is an English rich subject exploring contemporary art and culture, examining the major art periods from 1960s through to the present time.
• Students produce three written submissions and prepare for one external examination in the year. The type of writing we focus on is transactional - i.e. not essays as such.
• In class we watch videos, discuss art and culture, read articles and research from both visual and written texts to support opinions.
• Our main topics focus on; What is Art?, What are Originality & Authenticity?, How do specific Media and Processes impact on the style and meaning of artworks? and What is the relationship between Consumerist Theory and/or Feminist Theory and Art?

Future Possibilities
Related Arts fields (eg Museum or Gallery management).  Tertiary Art History & Art Theory courses complement degrees in the Humanities, Journalism, Marketing, Tourism, Law and Psychology, Philosophy. Art History at University is consistently regarded as a popular subject.

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Mr M. Soltero

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $24.00 (includes access to group resources such as art books, art magazines).

Recommended Prior Learning: Open entry but English language skills are essential. Level 2 Art History is an advantage.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91486 v1Art History 3.5 - Construct an argument based on interpretation of research in art history
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91487 v1Art History 3.6 - Examine the different values placed on art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91484 v2Art History 3.3 - Examine the relationship(s) between art and context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91489 v1Art History 3.8 - Analyse texts about art
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91488 v2Art History 3.7 - Examine the relationship(s) between a theory and art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91485 v2Art History 3.4 - Examine the impact of media and processes on art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91486 v1Art History 3.5 - Construct an argument based on interpretation of research in art history
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91487 v1Art History 3.6 - Examine the different values placed on art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91484 v2Art History 3.3 - Examine the relationship(s) between art and context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91489 v1Art History 3.8 - Analyse texts about art
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91488 v2Art History 3.7 - Examine the relationship(s) between a theory and art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91485 v2Art History 3.4 - Examine the impact of media and processes on art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

ARH31S - ART HISTORY 31S – Semester

This course requires 1 option.

Art History is an English rich subject exploring contemporary art and culture, examining the major art periods from 1960‘s through to the present time.
Students produce 2 transactional writing submissions in the semester (i.e. not essays as such).
In class students watch videos, discuss art and culture, read articles and research from both visual and written texts to support our own opinions.
Our main topics in the first semester focus on: What is Art?, What are Originality & Authenticity? and How do specific Media and Processes impact on the style and meaning of artworks?
In the second semester we focus on: What is the relationship between Consumerist and/or Feminist Theory and Art?

Teacher in Charge: Mr M. Soltero

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $24.00 (includes access to group resources such as art books, art magazines).

Recommended Prior Learning: Open entry but English language skills are essential. Level 2 Art History is an advantage.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91489 v1Art History 3.8 - Analyse texts about art
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91488 v2Art History 3.7 - Examine the relationship(s) between a theory and art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91485 v2Art History 3.4 - Examine the impact of media and processes on art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91489 v1Art History 3.8 - Analyse texts about art
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91488 v2Art History 3.7 - Examine the relationship(s) between a theory and art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91485 v2Art History 3.4 - Examine the impact of media and processes on art works
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

PTG21F - ART PAINTING 21F – Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students use their own ideas and subject matter with a variety of contemporary Art Painting techniques, media and processes. Students research a variety of artists and demonstrate an understanding of established practice.

Future Possibilities
Successful completion of either the semester or full year course gives students entry to Level 3 Art Painting. Entry to tertiary Art and/or Design courses is often through folio submission representing a variety of art study in the year 13 courses, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 2 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. These can be taken as either full year or as a semester course.
See Mr Soltero for more information.

Teacher in Charge: Miss R. Stewart

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $60.00 includes:
• Art pack
• Group resources.
• Photocopying and basic materials.
NB: Supplementary materials may be required during the year; amount varies between students.
Print credit must be maintained.

Recommended Prior Learning: Successful completion of Year 11 Visual Arts folio is required. Students who have not achieved with their folio in Year 11 Visual Arts must consult with Miss Stewart.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91311 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to painting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91316 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established painting practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91321 v2Visual Arts 2.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that shows understanding of art making conventions and ideas within painting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 12 Creative Industries credits
E
12
A.S. 91311 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to painting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91316 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established painting practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91321 v2Visual Arts 2.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that shows understanding of art making conventions and ideas within painting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 12 Creative Industries credits
E
12
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

PTG21S - ART PAINTING 21S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

Students use their own ideas and subject matter with a variety of contemporary Art Painting techniques, media and processes. Students research a variety of artists and demonstrate an understanding of established practice.

Future Possibilities
Successful completion of either the semester or full year course gives students entry to Level 3 Art Painting. Entry to tertiary Art and/or Design courses is often through folio submission representing a variety of art study in the Year 13 courses, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 2 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. These can be taken either full year or as a semester course.
See Mr Soltero for more information.

Teacher in Charge: Miss R. Stewart

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30.00 includes:
• Art pack
• Group resources.
• Photocopying and basic materials.
NB: Supplementary materials required during the year; amount varies between students.
Print credit must be maintained.

Recommended Prior Learning: Successful completion of Year 11 Visual Arts folio required. Students who have not achieved with their folio in Year 11 Visual Arts must consult with Miss Stewart.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91316 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established painting practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91311 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to painting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91316 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established painting practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91311 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to painting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

PTG31F - ART PAINTING 31F – Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students develop and extend ideas in a mature body of art work with teacher guidance. They research contemporary artists and learn to apply that research to advance their own work. They produce a sophisticated painting folio that can form the basis of their submission if they wish to apply to any art/design/painting based tertiary programme. Guidance is provided for all tertiary applications.

Future Possibilities
Entry to tertiary Art, Design or Photography courses is often through folio submission representing a variety of art study in the Year 13 courses, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 3 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. These can be taken as full year or as a semester course. See Mr Soltero for more information.

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Miss R. Stewart

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $60.00 includes:
• Art pack
• Group resources.
• Photocopying and basic materials.
NB: Supplementary materials required during the year; amount varies between students.
Courier fee of $10.00 charged in Term 2 for sending end of year folio away for assessing.
Print credit must be maintained.

Recommended Prior Learning: Maturity, enthusiasm and ability to work independently is required. Students who have not successfully completed a Level 2 Art Painting course must consult with Miss Stewart and may not be able to undertake a full Level 3 course.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91456 v2Painting 3.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that integrates conventions and regenerates ideas within painting practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 14 Creative Industries credits
E
14
A.S. 91451 v1Painting 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established painting practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91446 v2Painting 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to painting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91456 v2Painting 3.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that integrates conventions and regenerates ideas within painting practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 14 Creative Industries credits
E
14
A.S. 91451 v1Painting 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established painting practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91446 v2Painting 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to painting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

PTG31S - ART PAINTING 31S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

Students develop and extend ideas in a mature body of art work with teacher guidance. They research contemporary artists and learn to apply that research to advance their own work. They produce sophisticated paintings that can form part of a submission if they wish to apply to any art/design/painting based tertiary programme. Guidance is provided for all tertiary applications.

Future Possibilities
Entry to tertiary Art, Design or Photography courses is often through folio submission, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 3 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. These can be taken as full year or as a semester course. See Mr Soltero for more information.

Teacher in Charge: Miss R. Stewart

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30.00 includes:
• Art pack
• Group resources.
• Photocopying and basic materials.
NB: Supplementary materials required during the year; amount varies between students.
Print credit must be maintained.

Recommended Prior Learning: Maturity, enthusiasm and ability to work independently is required. Students who have not successfully completed a Level 2 Art Painting course must consult with Miss Stewart and may not be able to undertake a full Level 3 semester course.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91451 v1Painting 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established painting practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91446 v2Painting 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to painting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91451 v1Painting 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established painting practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91446 v2Painting 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to painting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

PHO21F - ART PHOTOGRAPHY 21F – Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students use their own ideas and subject matter with a variety of contemporary photographic approaches to Art. Students research photography artists and demonstrate an understanding of established practice with teacher guidance. Photography is central to the crossover area between Art and multi-media.
This includes –
• Original art using Digital photography
• Basic camera and lighting skills
• Practical art skills
• Research on artists

Future Possibilities
Successful completion of this course gives students entry to Art Photography 31F. Entry to tertiary Art, Design or Photography courses is often through folio submission representing a variety of art study in the Year 13 courses, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 2 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. These can be taken as either full year or as a semester course.
See Mr Soltero for more information.

Teacher in Charge: Ms A. Connon

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $60.00 includes:
• Art pack
• Group resources.
• Photocopying and basic materials.
• Access to a good quality digital camera is recommended. Please see Mr Soltero if you require advice on purchasing one.
NB: Supplementary materials may be required during the year - the  amount varies between students.
Folio printing fee charged end of Term 2.
Print credit must be maintained.

Recommended Prior Learning: Maturity, enthusiasm and ability to work independently. Level 1 Art is strongly recommended because of the skills learned in managing relatively large independent projects and more especially the creative process. Students who have not successfully completed Level 1 Art may not be able to undertake a full Level 2 Photography course.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91322 v2Visual Arts 2.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that shows understanding of art making conventions and ideas within photography
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 12 Creative Industries credits
E
12
A.S. 91317 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established photography practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91312 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to photography
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91322 v2Visual Arts 2.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that shows understanding of art making conventions and ideas within photography
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 12 Creative Industries credits
E
12
A.S. 91317 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established photography practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91312 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to photography
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

PHO21S - ART PHOTOGRAPHY 21S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

Students use their own ideas and subject matter with a variety of contemporary photographic approaches to Art. Students research photography artists and demonstrate an understanding of established practice with teacher guidance. Photography is central to the cross-over area between Art and multi-media.
This includes –
• Original art using Digital photography
• Basic camera and lighting skills
• Practical art skills
• Research on artists

Future Possibilities
Successful completion of this course gives students entry to Art Photography 31F. Entry to tertiary Art, Design or Photography courses is often through folio submission representing a variety of art study in the year 13 courses, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 2 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. These can be taken as either full year or as a semester course.
See Mr Soltero for more information.

Teacher in Charge: Ms A. Connon

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30.00 includes:
• Art pack
• Group resources.
• Photocopying and basic materials.
• Access to a good quality digital camera is recommended. Please see Mr Soltero if you require advice on purchasing one.
NB: Supplementary materials may be required during the year - the amount varies between student.
Print credit must be maintained for copier printing.
Printing fee may apply if specialist printing is selected.

Recommended Prior Learning: Maturity, enthusiasm and ability to work independently. Level 1 Art is strongly recommended because of the skills learned in managing relatively large independent projects and more especially the creative process. Students who have not successfully completed Level 1 Art may not be able to undertake a full Level 2 semester Photography course.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91317 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established photography practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91312 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to photography
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91317 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established photography practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91312 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to photography
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

PHO31F - ART PHOTOGRAPHY 31F – Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students develop and extend their ideas in a mature body of photographic art work with teacher guidance. The work produced during assessment can also be used to produce a sophisticated photographic art folio that can form the basis of their submission if they wish to apply to any art/design/photography based tertiary programme. Guidance is provided for all tertiary applications.

Photography is central to the cross-over area between Art and multi-media.

The course includes –
• Original art using Digital photography
• Basic camera and lighting skills
• Practical art skills
• Research on artists

Future Possibilities
Entry to tertiary Art, Design or Photography courses is often through folio submission representing a variety of art study in the Year 13 courses, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 3 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. These can be taken full year or as a semester course. See Mr Soltero for more information.

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Ms A. Connon

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $60.00 includes:
• Art pack
• Group resources.
• Photocopying and basic materials.
• Access to a good quality digital camera is recommended. Please see Mr Soltero if you require advice on purchasing one.
NB: Supplementary materials may be required during the year - the amount varies between students.
Courier fee of $10.00 and folio printing fee charged in Term 2.
Print credit must be maintained.

Recommended Prior Learning: Maturity, enthusiasm, ability to work independently. Successful completion of PHO21F Art Photography is required. Students who have not successfully completed a Level 2 Art Photography course may not be able to complete a full level 3 course and must consult with Ms Connon.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91442 v2Photography 3.1 - Analyse methods and ideas from established photography practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91457 v2Photography 3.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that integrates conventions and regenerates ideas within photography practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 14 Creative Industries credits
E
14
A.S. 91452 v1Photography 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established photography practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91447 v2Photography 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to photography
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91442 v2Photography 3.1 - Analyse methods and ideas from established photography practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91457 v2Photography 3.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that integrates conventions and regenerates ideas within photography practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 14 Creative Industries credits
E
14
A.S. 91452 v1Photography 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established photography practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91447 v2Photography 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to photography
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

PHO31S - ART PHOTOGRAPHY 31S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

Students develop and extend their ideas in a mature body of photographic art work with teacher guidance. They produce a sophisticated photographic art folio that can form the basis of their submission if they wish to apply to any art/design/photography based tertiary programme. Guidance is provided for all tertiary applications.
Photography is central to the cross-over area between Art and multi-media.

This course includes –
• Original art using Digital photography
• Basic camera and lighting skills
• Practical art skills
• Research on artists

Future Possibilities
Entry to tertiary Art, Design or Photography courses is often through folio submission representing a variety of art study in the Year 13 courses, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 3 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. These can be taken either full year or as a semester course. See Mr Soltero for more information.

Teacher in Charge: Ms A. Connon

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30.00 includes:
• Art pack
• Group resources.
• Photocopying and basic materials.
• Access to a digital camera with aperture priority mode is recommended. Please see Mr Soltero if you require advice on purchasing one.
NB: Supplementary materials may be required during the year - the  amount varies between students.
Print credit must be maintained for copier printing.
Printing fee may apply if specialist printing is selected.

Recommended Prior Learning: Maturity, enthusiasm and ability to work independently. A Level 2 Art Photography course is strongly recommended. Students who have not successfully completed a Level 2 Art Photography course may not be able to undertake a full Level 3 Photography semester course.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91452 v1Photography 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established photography practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91447 v2Photography 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to photography
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91442 v2Photography 3.1 - Analyse methods and ideas from established photography practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91452 v1Photography 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established photography practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91447 v2Photography 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to photography
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91442 v2Photography 3.1 - Analyse methods and ideas from established photography practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

SCU21F - ART SCULPTURE 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

• Students will explore and use a variety of artists’ ideas to develop a body of sculptural work.
• Students will construct maquettes and a final sculptural work.

Future Possibilities
Level 3 Sculpture.  Entry to tertiary Art, Design or Photography courses is often through folio submission representing a variety of art study in the Year 13 courses, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 2 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. These can be taken as either full year or as a semester course. See Mr Soltero for more information.

Teacher in Charge: Miss R. Stewart

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $80.00 includes:
• Art pack
• Group resources
• Photocopying and basic materials
NB: Supplementary materials may be required during the year – amount varies between students.
Folio printing fee charged in Term 2.

Recommended Prior Learning: Maturity, enthusiasm and ability to work independently is required. Successful completion of Level 1 Art is recommended. Students who have not successfully completed Level 1 Art may not be able to undertake the full Level 2 Sculpture course and must consult with Miss Stewart.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91324 v2Visual Arts 2.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that shows understanding of art making conventions and ideas within sculpture
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 12 Creative Industries credits
E
12
A.S. 91314 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to sculpture
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91319 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established sculpture practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91324 v2Visual Arts 2.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that shows understanding of art making conventions and ideas within sculpture
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 12 Creative Industries credits
E
12
A.S. 91314 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to sculpture
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91319 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established sculpture practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

SCU21S - ART SCULPTURE 21S – Semester

This course requires 1 option.

• Students will explore and use a variety of Artists’ ideas to develop a body of sculptural work.
• Students will construct maquettes and a final sculptural work.

Future Possibilities
Successful completion of either the semester or full year course gives students entry to Level 3 Sculpture. Entry to tertiary Art and/or Design courses is often through folio submission representing a variety of art study in the Year 13 courses, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 2 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. These can be taken as either full year or as a semester course.
See Mr Soltero for more information.

Teacher in Charge: Miss R. Stewart

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $40.00 includes:
• Art pack
• Group resources
• Photocopying and basic materials
NB: Supplementary materials may be required during the year – amount varies between students.

Recommended Prior Learning: Maturity, enthusiasm and ability to work independently is required. Successful completion of Level 1 Art is recommended. Students who have not successfully completed Level 1 Art may not be able to undertake the full course and must consult with Miss Stewart.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91319 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established sculpture practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91314 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to sculpture
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91319 v2Visual Arts 2.3 - Develop ideas in a related series of drawings appropriate to established sculpture practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91314 v2Visual Arts 2.2 - Use drawing methods to apply knowledge of conventions appropriate to sculpture
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

SCU31S - ART SCULPTURE 31S – Semester

This course requires 1 option.

Students will explore and use a variety of artists’ ideas to develop a body of sculptural work.
Students will construct maquettes and a final sculptural work.
Standards listed for Credits represent a range. Actual total number of credits is 8 per semester.

Future Possibilities
Entry to tertiary Art, Design or Photography courses is often through folio submission, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following level 3 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. See Mr Soltero for more information.

Teacher in Charge: Miss R. Stewart

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $40.00 includes:
Art pack
Group resources.
Photocopying and basic materials.
NB:  Supplementary materials may be required during the year;  amount varies between students.

Recommended Prior Learning: Maturity, enthusiasm and ability to work independently is required. Successful completion of a Level 2 Sculpture course is recommended. Students who have not successfully completed a Level 2 Sculpture course may not be able to undertake the full course and must consult with Miss Stewart.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91454 v1Sculpture 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established sculpture practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91449 v2Sculpture 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to sculpture
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91454 v1Sculpture 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established sculpture practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91449 v2Sculpture 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to sculpture
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

SCU31F - ART SCULPTURE 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students will explore and use a variety of artists’ ideas to develop a body of sculptural work.
Students will construct maquettes and a final sculptural work.
Standards listed for credits represent a range. Actual total number of credits is 8 per semester. The full year option is offered for those students who want to do both semesters.

Future Possibilities
Entry to tertiary Art, Design or Photography courses is often through folio submission representing a variety of art study in the Year 13 courses, therefore students considering studying Art and/or Design at University should enrol in two of the following Level 3 courses: Art Design, Art Photography, Art Painting, Art Printmaking or Art Sculpture. These can be taken as either full year or as a semester course. See Mr Soltero for more information.
If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Mr M. Soltero

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $80.00 includes:
Art pack
Group resources.
Photocopying and basic materials.
NB:  Supplementary materials may be required during the year;  amount varies between students.
Courier fee of $10.00 and folio printing fee charged in Term 2.

Recommended Prior Learning: Maturity, enthusiasm and ability to work independently is required. Successful completion of Sculpture 21F or 21S is recommended. Students who have not successfully completed Sculpture 21F or 21S may not be able to undertake the full course and must consult with Miss Stewart.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91459 v2Sculpture 3.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that integrates conventions and regenerates ideas within sculpture practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 14 Creative Industries credits
E
14
A.S. 91444 v2Sculpture 3.1 - Analyse methods and ideas from established sculpture practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91449 v2Sculpture 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to sculpture
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91454 v1Sculpture 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established sculpture practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91460 v2Visual Arts 3.5 - Produce a resolved work that demonstrates purposeful control of skills appropriate to a visual arts cultural context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91459 v2Sculpture 3.4 - Produce a systematic body of work that integrates conventions and regenerates ideas within sculpture practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 14 Creative Industries credits
E
14
A.S. 91444 v2Sculpture 3.1 - Analyse methods and ideas from established sculpture practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91449 v2Sculpture 3.2 - Use drawing to demonstrate understanding of conventions appropriate to sculpture
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91454 v1Sculpture 3.3 - Systematically clarify ideas using drawing informed by established sculpture practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91460 v2Visual Arts 3.5 - Produce a resolved work that demonstrates purposeful control of skills appropriate to a visual arts cultural context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Art Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Careers and Pathways



Careers and Pathways Pathway Booklet - 2021

DEN22P - DUAL ENROLMENT YEAR 12 - Pathway

This course requires 4 options.

Dual enrolment allows students to complete their studies both at school and at another tertiary provider, sharing the days they attend each institution. Students can choose from one of the 3 options below:

Option 1: ARA gives students the option to gain credits towards NCEA Level 2 using a partnership between the secondary school and a tertiary provider.
Study will focus on relevant industry skill-based training leading to employment or further training.
Credits gained at both places count towards NCEA Level 2.
Students take a minimum of 3 subjects at school from Monday to Wednesday and attend ARA Thursday and/or Friday in a course of their choice.

Courses (to be confirmed) for 2019 include: Trades - carpentry, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, general construction. Hospitality - chef training, food and beverage, tourism, sport and health, hairdressing, business administration and computing


Option 2: The National Trade Academy gives students the option to complete NCEA Level 2 using a partnership between the secondary school and a tertiary provider.
Study will focus on Industry Training Organisation standards designed for land based industries leading to employment or further training.
Students take a minimum of 3 subjects at school Monday to Wednesday and attend NTA Thursday and/or Friday.
Courses (to be confirmed for 2019) include Agriculture - sheep, beef and dairying; Horticulture and Animal Care.
Credits from both school and NTA count towards NCEA level 2.

Option 3: Avon City Ford (ACF) offers students the opportunity to gain both work experience and theoretical knowledge in the automotive industry. Students take a minimum of 3 subjects at school Monday to Wednesday (including Automotive) and attend ACF Thursday and Friday. During the work experience component Avon City Ford will endeavour to match the student to an employer who specialises in their preferred area of interest, eg panel beating, mechanics, etc

The goal is to give students practical experience in the automotive industry with a view to supporting them into an apprenticeship on satisfactory completion of the course.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs K. Langdon

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: Travel allowance is available for students that qualify but some transport costs may be incurred.

Recommended Prior Learning: Entry requirements: Open entry at the discretion of the Dean and Dual Enrolment Coordinator.
Students need to be able to self-managing and motivated to succeed.


Careers and Pathways Pathway Booklet - 2021

TRP32S - TRANSITION PLANNING 32S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

This course is intended to enable students to identify the pathway they may take when they transition from school, either at the end of the first semester, or at the end of the year. Students will learn to manage themselves as they prepare to transition into the workforce or further training. Students will develop a career pathway plan and then practice their communication skills as they have interviews with staff from prospective courses and/or employers from the workforce.

Students will be assessed on:
-Planning a career pathway
-Interviewing in informal situations

Visits from and to Tertiary providers and local businesses will be organised to match student interests and needs.

Teacher in Charge: Mr J. Stewart

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $15 for student workbooks

Recommended Prior Learning: Open entry. Students should be interested in preparing themselves to transition from school into the workforce or further training/study.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 1296 v7Interview in informal situations
I
3
U.S. 4251 v8Plan a career pathway
I
3
U.S. 1296 v7Interview in informal situations
I
3
U.S. 4251 v8Plan a career pathway
I
3
  
Total Credits

Careers and Pathways Pathway Booklet - 2021

DEN32P - DUAL ENROLMENT YEAR 13- Pathway

This course requires 4 options.

Dual enrolment allows students to complete their studies both at school and with another tertiary provider, sharing the days they attend each institution.

Students can choose from one of the 3 options below:
Option 1: ARA gives students the option to gain credits towards NCEA level 2 or 3 using a partnership between the secondary school and a tertiary provider.
Study will focus on relevant industry skill-based training leading to employment or further training.
Credits gained at both places count towards NCEA Level 2 and 3.
Students take a minimum of 3 subjects at school Monday to Wednesday and attend ARA Thursday and/or Friday in a course of their choice.
Courses (to be confirmed) for 2019 include: Trades - carpentry, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, general construction and possibly others. Hospitality - chef training, food and beverage, tourism, sport and health, hairdressing, business administration and computing

Option 2: The National Trade Academy gives students the option to complete NCEA Level 2 and 3 using a partnership the between secondary school and a tertiary course.
Study will focus on Industry Training Organisation standards for land based industries leading to employment or further training.
Students take a minimum of 3 subjects at school from Monday to Wednesday and attend NTA Thursday and/or Friday.
Courses (to be confirmed for 2019) include Agriculture - sheep, beef and dairying; Horticulture and Animal Care
Credits from both school and NTA count towards NCEA.

Option 3: Avon City Ford (ACF) offers students the opportunity to gain both work experience and theoretical knowledge in the automotive industry. Students take a minimum of 3 subjects at school from Monday to Wednesday (including Automotive) and attend ACF Thursday and Friday. During the work experience component Avon City Ford will endeavour to match the student to an employer who specialises in their preferred area of interest, e.g. panel beating, mechanic etc

The goal is to give students practical experience in the automotive industry with a view to supporting them into an apprenticeship on satisfactory completion of the course.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs K. Langdon

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: Travel allowance is available to students who qualify but some transport costs may be incurred.

Recommended Prior Learning: Entry requirements: Open entry at the discretion of the Dean and Dual Enrolment Coordinator.


Careers and Pathways Pathway Booklet - 2021

FTP23S - FUTURE PLANNING 23S - Semester 1

This course requires 1 option.

Semester 1
This course is intended to allow students to develop the skills they need to enter the workforce successfully.
Students will have the opportunity to:

• Become aware of the legal issues relating to employment and the rights and responsibilities of young people in the workplace
• Develop practical communication and social skills
• Develop a plan for a student’s future pathway
• Develop effective time management and personal presentation in the workplace

Future Possibilities
Employment, Tertiary study or further training.

Teacher in Charge: Mr J. Stewart

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30.00

Recommended Prior Learning: This is an open entry course but may be suited to students that find areas of academic study in the senior school difficult, and/or are unclear of the future direction they will take.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 3488 v6Write business correspondence for a workplace
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 62 v9Maintain personal presentation and a positive attitude in a workplace involving customer contact
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 1979 v10Describe employment agreements
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 3488 v6Write business correspondence for a workplace
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 62 v9Maintain personal presentation and a positive attitude in a workplace involving customer contact
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 1979 v10Describe employment agreements
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Careers and Pathways Pathway Booklet - 2021

FTD23S - FUTURE DIRECTIONS 23S - Semester 2

This course requires 1 option.

Semester 2
This course is designed to allow students to develop the skills needed to locate jobs and understand the implications of entering the work force. Students gain experience in building the skills and confidence needed to apply for positions.
It is designed to:
• Help students with preparing their Curriculum Vitae, interview skills and job applications
• Provide an opportunity for work experience
• Develop skills and knowledge to actively look for work or training

NOTE: Students not taking ENG23F may be offered an additional standard (US 1294, worth 2 credits) if they complete the other standards in sufficient time

Future Possibilities:
Employment, Tertiary study or further training.

Teacher in Charge: Mr J. Stewart

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30.00

Recommended Prior Learning: This is an open entry course that is designed to cater for students looking to find work and/or further training in the near future.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 10780 v5Complete a work experience placement
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
U.S. 4253 v7Demonstrate knowledge of job search skills
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 4252 v8Produce a personal targeted CV (curriculum vitae)
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 10780 v5Complete a work experience placement
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
U.S. 4253 v7Demonstrate knowledge of job search skills
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 4252 v8Produce a personal targeted CV (curriculum vitae)
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Careers and Pathways Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Careers and Pathways Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Careers and Pathways Pathway Booklet - 2021

PLS13F - PERSONAL LIFE SKILLS 13F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course will include a combination of community studies and life skills. This course offers a maximum of 14 credits. However, depending on student's ability to manage task completion, some students may not be able to gain all of these.

Future Possibilities
This course aims to provide grounding in important life skills for employment or further training.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs T. Spite

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $5.00 print credit.

Recommended Prior Learning: Open Entry

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 11862 v7Identify the effects of harmful substances and identify support systems for users, in a supported learning context
I
2
U.S. 11919 v7Identify own culture and share a family history, in a supported learning context
I
2
U.S. 11861 v7Demonstrate knowledge of personal hygiene, in a supported learning context
I
3
U.S. 11859 v7Identify and develop personal safety strategies, in a supported learning context
I
2
U.S. 11860 v7Demonstrate knowledge of self-care for minor illness or condition, and injury, in a supported learning context
I
2
U.S. 11884 v7Identify potentially hazardous situations, and actions to be taken, in a supported learning context
I
2
U.S. 11874 v7Set goals, and identify and explore pathways to achieve them, in a supported learning context
I
1
U.S. 11862 v7Identify the effects of harmful substances and identify support systems for users, in a supported learning context
I
2
U.S. 11919 v7Identify own culture and share a family history, in a supported learning context
I
2
U.S. 11861 v7Demonstrate knowledge of personal hygiene, in a supported learning context
I
3
U.S. 11859 v7Identify and develop personal safety strategies, in a supported learning context
I
2
U.S. 11860 v7Demonstrate knowledge of self-care for minor illness or condition, and injury, in a supported learning context
I
2
U.S. 11884 v7Identify potentially hazardous situations, and actions to be taken, in a supported learning context
I
2
U.S. 11874 v7Set goals, and identify and explore pathways to achieve them, in a supported learning context
I
1
  
Total Credits

Commerce / Digital Technologies


Commerce


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

DTA22F - DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES APPLICATIONS 22F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This is a unit standard based course.

The aim of this course is to develop skills in:
• Word Processing
• File management
• Spread sheeting
• Desktop publishing
• Web and Internet Skills

Students will select and study standards which meet their individual needs. The list below gives an idea of the range of topics covered. There are additional standards to those listed which can be added to the course.

Future Possibilities
Digital Technologies at Year 12 and 13, the workforce and tertiary courses.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs A. Attwood

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $20.00 print credit (approx.).

Recommended Prior Learning: Open Entry Level 1-3.
This course is an introductory course for any senior student with limited prior knowledge of digital technologies.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 102 v7Consolidate keyboarding skills and produce accurate text based documents
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
U.S. 101 v7Develop and use keyboarding skills to enter text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
U.S. 5946 v8Use computer technology to create and deliver a presentation from given content
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 2780 v8Demonstrate and apply knowledge of a personal computer system
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 2792 v8Produce simple desktop published documents using templates
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 16680 v4Key in text at 50 words per minute (wpm)
I
1
U.S. 16679 v4Key in text at 35 words per minute (wpm)
I
1
U.S. 16678 v4Key in text at 25 words per minute (wpm)
I
1
U.S. 16677 v4Key in text at 15 words per minute (wpm)
I
1
U.S. 18743 v5Produce a spreadsheet from instructions using supplied data
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 18734 v6Create a web page using a template
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 102 v7Consolidate keyboarding skills and produce accurate text based documents
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
U.S. 101 v7Develop and use keyboarding skills to enter text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
U.S. 5946 v8Use computer technology to create and deliver a presentation from given content
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 2780 v8Demonstrate and apply knowledge of a personal computer system
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 2792 v8Produce simple desktop published documents using templates
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 16680 v4Key in text at 50 words per minute (wpm)
I
1
U.S. 16679 v4Key in text at 35 words per minute (wpm)
I
1
U.S. 16678 v4Key in text at 25 words per minute (wpm)
I
1
U.S. 16677 v4Key in text at 15 words per minute (wpm)
I
1
U.S. 18743 v5Produce a spreadsheet from instructions using supplied data
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 18734 v6Create a web page using a template
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

ACC31F - ACCOUNTING 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

In Level 3 Accounting the major emphasis is on:
Larger businesses such as partnerships and companies. Students will look at the accounting procedures which these businesses use.

In class students will
1. Form their own partnerships and write their own partnership agreements
2. Examine case studies of several different partnerships to see how they operate
3. Analyse an actual company's annual report and give advice to a potential shareholder
4. Find out about how companies sell shares to the public

Future Possibilities
There are University and Polytechnic courses which major in accounting. Students with accounting qualifications can gain employment in a range of businesses both in New Zealand and overseas.

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Mr J. Warren

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $25.00 for student workbook
1B5 or similar book for writing notes.

Recommended Prior Learning: Students must have at least 12 credits in Level 1 or 2 Accounting.
Other students need to see the teacher in charge before being granted entry.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91408 v2Accounting 3.5 - Demonstrate understanding of management accounting to inform decision-making
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
E
4
Y
Y
A.S. 91406 v2Accounting 3.3 - Demonstrate understanding of company financial statement preparation
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
E
5
Y
A.S. 91404 v2Accounting 3.1 - Demonstrate understanding of accounting concepts for a New Zealand reporting entity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91407 v2Accounting 3.4 - Prepare a report for an external user that interprets the annual report of a New Zealand reporting entity
I
5
Y
5r,5w
Y
A.S. 91405 v2Accounting 3.2 - Demonstrate understanding of accounting for partnerships
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91408 v2Accounting 3.5 - Demonstrate understanding of management accounting to inform decision-making
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
E
4
Y
Y
A.S. 91406 v2Accounting 3.3 - Demonstrate understanding of company financial statement preparation
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
E
5
Y
A.S. 91404 v2Accounting 3.1 - Demonstrate understanding of accounting concepts for a New Zealand reporting entity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91407 v2Accounting 3.4 - Prepare a report for an external user that interprets the annual report of a New Zealand reporting entity
I
5
Y
5r,5w
Y
A.S. 91405 v2Accounting 3.2 - Demonstrate understanding of accounting for partnerships
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

ECO21F - ECONOMICS 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course leads on from Economics 11F. It covers four major issues:
1. Inflation - What causes prices to rise, how rising prices affect people and businesses and how economists try to reduce inflation.
2. Economic Growth - How do economists attempt to grow the size of our economy, positive and negative effects of a growing economy.
3. Trade - Why does NZ trade with other countries, what countries do we trade with and what goods and services does NZ import and export.
4. Government - Looks at how the government helps to reduce inflation, create growth and encourage international trade.
5. Employment - Examines what causes changes in employment and how these changes affect people and businesses.

In each topic students will use the share market, newspapers, internet and television, case studies and other media to help them understand how the NZ economy works.

Future Possibilities
Leads on to Year 13 Economics. Career prospects are in the areas of business, management, marketing, law, media and many more.

Teacher in Charge: Mr J. Warren

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30.00 for the student workbook.

Recommended Prior Learning: None although Economics Year 11 or Year 9/10 ACE is an advantage.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91224 v2Economics 2.3 - Analyse economic growth using economic concepts and models
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91223 v2Economics 2.2 - Analyse international trade using economic concepts and models
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91222 v2Economics 2.1 - Analyse inflation using economic concepts and models
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91227 v2Economics 2.6 - Analyse how government policies and contemporary economic issues interact
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
6r
A.S. 91225 v1Economics 2.4 - Analyse unemployment using economic concepts and models
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91224 v2Economics 2.3 - Analyse economic growth using economic concepts and models
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91223 v2Economics 2.2 - Analyse international trade using economic concepts and models
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91222 v2Economics 2.1 - Analyse inflation using economic concepts and models
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91227 v2Economics 2.6 - Analyse how government policies and contemporary economic issues interact
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
6r
A.S. 91225 v1Economics 2.4 - Analyse unemployment using economic concepts and models
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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ECO31F - ECONOMICS 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

The course leads on from Economics 21F. It covers three major issues.
1. Micro-Economics - This looks at the issues affecting individual people and individual businesses.
a. Macro-Economics - This covers the whole New Zealand economy. Students learn how factors like the money supply can affect the economy.
2. Government Economics - Students will learn how the government tries to manage the economy.

Future Possibilities
Economics at University and Polytechnic. Economics is also important for those students interested in running their own businesses in the future or students wanting to develop management and financial skills.

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Mr J. Warren

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30.00 for workbook.

Recommended Prior Learning: None although Economics 21F is an advantage.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91402 v2Economics 3.4 - Demonstrate understanding of government interventions to correct market failures
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
I
5
Y
5r
A.S. 91401 v1Economics 3.3 - Demonstrate understanding of micro-economic concepts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
I
5
Y
5r
A.S. 91403 v2Economics 3.5 - Demonstrate understanding of macro-economic influences on the New Zealand economy
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
E
6
Y
6r,6w
A.S. 91400 v2Economics 3.2 - Demonstrate understanding of the efficiency of different market structures using marginal analysis
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91399 v2Economics 3.1 - Demonstrate understanding of the efficiency of market equilibrium
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91402 v2Economics 3.4 - Demonstrate understanding of government interventions to correct market failures
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
I
5
Y
5r
A.S. 91401 v1Economics 3.3 - Demonstrate understanding of micro-economic concepts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
I
5
Y
5r
A.S. 91403 v2Economics 3.5 - Demonstrate understanding of macro-economic influences on the New Zealand economy
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
E
6
Y
6r,6w
A.S. 91400 v2Economics 3.2 - Demonstrate understanding of the efficiency of different market structures using marginal analysis
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91399 v2Economics 3.1 - Demonstrate understanding of the efficiency of market equilibrium
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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This course requires option.


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

DTP21F - DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES PROGRAMMING 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Digital Technologies is the fastest growing industry and students that have a genuine interest and do well in this area are highly sort after.

Students will design and create a game to further develop programming skills which are sought after in the computing/technology industry. This subject is about problem solving and creating rather than just being users of digital technologies. Students work through the programme development lifecycle, problem solving, coding, documenting, effective testing, refining, evaluating and maintenance. It is an introduction to Computer Science and the use of digital data as the principal tool for data storage, manipulation and transmission.

Term 1 will be spent on students developing skills in Unity and learning C#.
In Terms 2 and 3 students will spend this time planning, creating and sharing to produce a game.

Check out the Gapfiller Super Street Arcade video, in the links below, in which Papanui students used this course (and also DTM21) to create their games.

Students are able to take both DTM21 and DTP21 should they wish to work on a bigger project by combining both areas.

Careers
CAD Draftsperson, Computer Systems Engineer, Database Development & Administration, Design/Product Development Engineer, Electronics Engineer/Technician, Food Technologist, Game Developer, Geospatial (GIS) Analyst, Graphic Designer, ICT Multimedia Designer Developers, IT Support Professional, Product Evaluator, Robotics or Automation Engineer, Software Developer/Engineer, Software Tester, Telecommunications/Network Engineer, UX/UI Designers, Web Developer.

Work for companies like: Kathmandu, Spark, Orion Health, Tait Communications, CerebralFix, Vodafone, Fonterra, SLI Systems.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs T. Maddaford

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: Students may have the option to purchase a student license of the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite through the school.
A USB maybe required depending on project and if working between home and school.

Recommended Prior Learning: Completion of DTI11 or had good achievement in Mathematics. Students who have not successfully completed the Level 1 Digital Technologies course will need to consult with Mrs Maddaford.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91371 v4Digital Technologies 2.44 - Demonstrate understanding of advanced concepts from computer science
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 91356 v3Generic Technology 2.3 - Develop a conceptual design for an outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91373 v5Digital Technologies 2.46 - Construct an advanced computer program for a specified task
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
A.S. 91372 v1Digital Technologies 2.45 - Construct a plan for an advanced computer program for a specified task
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
A.S. 91371 v4Digital Technologies 2.44 - Demonstrate understanding of advanced concepts from computer science
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 91356 v3Generic Technology 2.3 - Develop a conceptual design for an outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91373 v5Digital Technologies 2.46 - Construct an advanced computer program for a specified task
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
A.S. 91372 v1Digital Technologies 2.45 - Construct a plan for an advanced computer program for a specified task
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

DTP11F - DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES PROGRAMMING 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Digital Technologies is the fastest growing industry and students that have a genuine interest and do well in this area are highly sort after.

This course develops valuable design, development and programming skills. Knowledge of computer science will be used to effectively communicate and present information. This subject is about problem solving and creating rather than just being users of digital technologies. Students will also work through the technology process, from generating ideas to producing outcomes. In this course we encourage students to link with a passion of theirs whether, that is another subject they love or something extra-curricular.

This course will develop:
• Skills in designing and developing a digital outcome • Specific programming skills
• Planning a project • Computational Thinking
• Understanding of HCI (Human Computer Interaction) • Evaluating

Term 1 will be spent on students developing skills in Scratch and/or Python and Micro:bits.
In Terms 2 and 3 students will decide on a project and spend this time learning, creating and sharing to produce a completed digital technologies outcome.

Students will have choice in their direction, based on their prior experiences and interests. Students are able to take both DTM11 and DTP11 should they might wish to work on a bigger project by combining both areas.

Careers
CAD Draftsperson, Computer Systems Engineer, Database Development & Administration, Design/Product Development Engineer, Electronics Engineer/Technician, Food Technologist, Game Developer, Geospatial (GIS) Analyst, Graphic Designer, ICT Multimedia Designer Developers, IT Support Professional, Product Evaluator, Robotics or Automation Engineer, Software Developer/Engineer, Software Tester, Telecommunications/Network Engineer, UX/UI Designers, Web Developer.

Work for companies like: Kathmandu, Spark, Orion Health, Tait Communications, CerebralFix, Vodafone, Fonterra, SLI Systems.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs T. Maddaford

Recommended Prior Learning: Completion of the Year 10 Digital Technologies course or previous computing experience (not just playing games). Have an interest in programming and be good at Mathematics.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91877 v1Digital Technologies 1.1 - Develop a proposal for a digital outcome
I
3
Y
A.S. 91878 v1Digital Technologies 1.2 - Develop a design for a digital outcome
I
3
Y
A.S. 91883 v1Digital Technologies 1.7 - Develop a computer program
I
4
A.S. 91885 v1Digital Technologies 1.9 - Demonstrate understanding of searching and sorting algorithms
I
3
Y
A.S. 91886 v1Digital Technologies 1.10 - Demonstrate understanding of human computer interaction
E
3
Y
A.S. 91877 v1Digital Technologies 1.1 - Develop a proposal for a digital outcome
I
3
Y
A.S. 91878 v1Digital Technologies 1.2 - Develop a design for a digital outcome
I
3
Y
A.S. 91883 v1Digital Technologies 1.7 - Develop a computer program
I
4
A.S. 91885 v1Digital Technologies 1.9 - Demonstrate understanding of searching and sorting algorithms
I
3
Y
A.S. 91886 v1Digital Technologies 1.10 - Demonstrate understanding of human computer interaction
E
3
Y
  
Total Credits

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This course requires option.


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

DTM11F - DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES MEDIA 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Digital Technologies is the fastest growing industry and students that have a genuine interest and do well in this area are highly sort after.

This course develops valuable design and development skills. Knowledge of multimedia will be used to effectively communicate and present information. This subject is about problem solving and creating rather than just being users of digital technologies. Students will also work through the technology process, from generating ideas to producing outcomes. In this course we encourage students to link with a passion of theirs whether, that is another subject they love or something extra-curricular.

This course will develop:
• Skills in designing and developing a digital outcome • Specific digital media skills
• What is good design • Planning a project
• Computational Thinking • Evaluating
• Understanding of HCI (Human Computer Interaction)

Term 1 will be spent on students developing skills in their area of interest. In Terms 2 and 3 students will decide on a project and spend this time learning, creating and sharing to produce a completed digital technologies outcome.

Students will have choice in their direction, based on their prior experiences and interests. Students are able to take both DTM11 and DTP11 should they wish to work on a bigger project by combining both areas.

Types of projects could be:
• Creating a website using HTML/CSS • Creating graphics and producing an infographic
• Creating an animation • Capturing video and editing to produce a film
• Creating the graphics for a game
• Creating an AppCreating, a database using MySQL and PHP that is used in the website

Some of the software students may use: Adobe Creative Suite, Blender, Unity, HTML/CSS, MySQL, PHP

CAREERS
Database Development & Administration, Design/Product Development Engineer, Game Developer, Graphic Designer, ICT Multimedia Designer Developers, Product Evaluator, Software Developer/Engineer, Software Tester, UX/UI Designers, Web Developer. Work for companies like: Kathmandu, Spark, Orion Health, Tait Communications, CerebralFix, Vodafone.

Please note that students will complete AS91884, AS91880, AS91887 and will select either AS91878 or AS91879.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs T. Maddaford

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: Students may have the option to purchase a student license of the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite through the school.
A USB may be required depending on project and if working between home and school.

Recommended Prior Learning: Completion of the Year 10 Digital Technologies course or previous computing experience (not just playing games). Have an interest in design.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91884 v1Digital Technologies 1.8 - Use basic iterative processes to develop a digital outcome
I
6
Y
A.S. 91880 v1Digital Technologies 1.4 - Develop a digital media outcome
I
4
Y
A.S. 91887 v1Digital Technologies 1.11 - Demonstrate understanding of compression coding for a chosen media type
E
3
Y
A.S. 91878 v1Digital Technologies 1.2 - Develop a design for a digital outcome
I
3
Y
A.S. 91879 v1Digital Technologies 1.3 - Develop a digital outcome to manage data
I
4
Y
A.S. 91884 v1Digital Technologies 1.8 - Use basic iterative processes to develop a digital outcome
I
6
Y
A.S. 91880 v1Digital Technologies 1.4 - Develop a digital media outcome
I
4
Y
A.S. 91887 v1Digital Technologies 1.11 - Demonstrate understanding of compression coding for a chosen media type
E
3
Y
A.S. 91878 v1Digital Technologies 1.2 - Develop a design for a digital outcome
I
3
Y
A.S. 91879 v1Digital Technologies 1.3 - Develop a digital outcome to manage data
I
4
Y
  
Total Credits

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DTA32F - DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES APPLICATIONS 32F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This is a unit standard based course.

This course continues to develop skills in:
• Word Processing
• File management
• Spread sheeting
• Desktop publishing
• Web and Internet Skills

Students will select and study standards which meet their individual needs. The list below gives an idea of the range of topics covered. There are additional standards to those listed which can be added to the course.

Future Possibilities
The workforce and tertiary courses.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs A. Attwood

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $20.00 print credit (approx.)
.

Recommended Prior Learning: Completion of DTX22F is preferred however this course is open to all beginners who want to improve their digital skills.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 107 v7Apply text processing skills to produce communications in a business or organisational context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
U.S. 111 v8Use a word processor to produce documents for a business or organisation
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
U.S. 2784 v8Create and use a computer spreadsheet to solve a problem
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 2788 v9Produce desktop published documents to meet a set brief
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 5 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
U.S. 5940 v9Produce a presentation using a desktop presentation computer application
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 16677 v4Key in text at 15 words per minute (wpm)
I
1
U.S. 16678 v4Key in text at 25 words per minute (wpm)
I
1
U.S. 18743 v5Produce a spreadsheet from instructions using supplied data
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 107 v7Apply text processing skills to produce communications in a business or organisational context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
U.S. 111 v8Use a word processor to produce documents for a business or organisation
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
U.S. 2784 v8Create and use a computer spreadsheet to solve a problem
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 2788 v9Produce desktop published documents to meet a set brief
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 5 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
U.S. 5940 v9Produce a presentation using a desktop presentation computer application
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 16677 v4Key in text at 15 words per minute (wpm)
I
1
U.S. 16678 v4Key in text at 25 words per minute (wpm)
I
1
U.S. 18743 v5Produce a spreadsheet from instructions using supplied data
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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DTO31P - DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES OUTCOMES 31P - Full Year - 10 periods per week

This course requires 4 options.

This course is for 10 periods a week. If you would like to take one course of Digital Technologies please select DTO31F, 5 periods a week

Digital Technologies is the fastest growing industry and students that have a genuine interest and do well in this area are highly sort after. Digital Technologies is about problem solving and creating rather than just being users of digital technologies.

Students will develop valuable design and development skills based on a project that is influenced by something that excites them, encouraging them to link with a passion of theirs whether that is another subject they love or something extra-curricular to create a digital technologies outcome. They will already have skills in either digital media or programming and will develop their project management skills to manage, problem solve and work through the technology process, from generating ideas through to producing a digital technologies outcome.
Students will select around 30 credits worth of achievement standards suited to their strengths.

By students working on a digital technologies project for 10 periods a week they can either work on two smaller projects or one big project. The projects could have a focus in digital media, programming or both i.e. work in a team with one person creating graphics and the other creating the programming or doing both themselves.

Types of projects could be:
• Creating a website using HTML/CSS/Javascript
• Creating graphics and producing an infographic
• Creating an animation
• Capturing video and editing to produce a film
• Creating the graphics for a game
• Planning and programming a game
• Creating a programme
• Creating an App
• Creating a database using MySQL and PHP that is used in the website

Examples of subject linking:
• Creating a portfolio of work, combining an art subject
• Creating branding, a video, a website or promotional material combining with business studies
• Creating a film, combining with media studies
• Creating a digital technologies outcome that can be used to help a subject they enjoy

There are many opportunities for students to extend themselves through initiatives like BrightSparks, NZ Informatic Programming Competitions, Canterbury Schools Programming Competition, The Bright Awards and many more.

Please note: Students are able to use this as a UE subject or if needed it can be counted as two UE subjects.

CAREERS
CAD Draftsperson, Computer Systems Engineer, Database Development & Administration, Design/Product Development Engineer, Electronics Engineer/Technician, Food Technologist, Game Developer, Geospatial (GIS) Analyst, Graphic Designer, ICT Multimedia Designer Developers, IT Support Professional, Product Evaluator, Robotics or Automation Engineer, Software Developer/Engineer, Software Tester, Telecommunications/Network Engineer, UX/UI Designers, Web Developer.

Work for companies like: Kathmandu, Spark, Orion Health, Tait Communications, CerebralFix, Vodafone, Fonterra, SLI Systems.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs T. Maddaford

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: Students may have the option to purchase a student license of the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite through the school.
A USB maybe required depending on project and if working between home and school.

Recommended Prior Learning: Successful completion of a Level 2 Digital Technologies courses is a good preparation or some previous computing experience (not just playing games). Students who have not successfully completed a Level 2 Digital Technologies course will need to consult with Mrs Maddaford.
Independent work habits and self-management are essential skills for the successful completion of this course.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91640 v4Digital Technologies 3.49 - Implement complex techniques in constructing a specified complex electronic and embedded system
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91639 v4Digital Technologies 3.48 - Implement complex interfacing procedures in a specified electronic environment
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91637 v1Digital Technologies 3.46 - Develop a complex computer program for a specified task
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
Y
A.S. 91636 v4Digital Technologies 3.44 - Demonstrate understanding of areas of computer science
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91635 v3Digital Technologies 3.43 - Implement complex procedures to produce a specified digital media outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91634 v4Digital Technologies 3.42 - Demonstrate understanding of complex concepts of digital media
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91633 v1Digital Technologies 3.41 - Implement complex procedures to develop a relational database embedded in a specified digital outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
I
6
Y
Y
A.S. 91617 v3Generic Technology 3.10 - Undertake a critique of a technological outcome's design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91611 v3Generic Technology 3.4 - Develop a prototype considering fitness for purpose in the broadest sense
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91610 v2Generic Technology 3.3 - Develop a conceptual design considering fitness for purpose in the broadest sense
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91609 v2Generic Technology 3.2 - Undertake project management to support technological practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91608 v1Generic Technology 3.1 - Undertake brief development to address an issue within a determined context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91640 v4Digital Technologies 3.49 - Implement complex techniques in constructing a specified complex electronic and embedded system
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91639 v4Digital Technologies 3.48 - Implement complex interfacing procedures in a specified electronic environment
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91637 v1Digital Technologies 3.46 - Develop a complex computer program for a specified task
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
Y
A.S. 91636 v4Digital Technologies 3.44 - Demonstrate understanding of areas of computer science
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91635 v3Digital Technologies 3.43 - Implement complex procedures to produce a specified digital media outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91634 v4Digital Technologies 3.42 - Demonstrate understanding of complex concepts of digital media
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91633 v1Digital Technologies 3.41 - Implement complex procedures to develop a relational database embedded in a specified digital outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
I
6
Y
Y
A.S. 91617 v3Generic Technology 3.10 - Undertake a critique of a technological outcome's design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91611 v3Generic Technology 3.4 - Develop a prototype considering fitness for purpose in the broadest sense
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91610 v2Generic Technology 3.3 - Develop a conceptual design considering fitness for purpose in the broadest sense
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91609 v2Generic Technology 3.2 - Undertake project management to support technological practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91608 v1Generic Technology 3.1 - Undertake brief development to address an issue within a determined context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

-

This course requires option.


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

-

This course requires option.


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

DTO31F - DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES OUTCOMES 31F - Full Year - 5 periods per week

This course requires 2 options.

This course is for 5 periods a week. If you would like to take a 'double' course of Digital Technologies please select DTO31P, 10 periods a week

Digital Technologies is the fastest growing industry and students that have a genuine interest and do well in this area are highly sort after. Digital Technologies is about problem solving and creating rather than just being users of digital technologies.

Students will develop valuable design and development skills based on a project that is influenced by something that excites them, encouraging them to link with a passion of theirs whether that is another subject they love or something extra-curricular to create a digital technologies outcome. They will already have skills in either digital media or programming and will develop their project management skills to manage, problem solve and work through the technology process, from generating ideas through to producing a digital technologies outcome.
Students will select about 16 credits worth of achievement standards suited to their strengths and could work in a team, for example, with one creating graphics and the other programming.

Types of projects could be:
• Creating a website using HTML/CSS/Javascript
• Creating graphics and producing an infographic
• Creating an animation
• Capturing video and editing to produce a film
• Creating the graphics for a game
• Planning and programming a game
• Creating a program
• Creating an App
• Creating a database using MySQL and PHP that is used in the website

Examples of subject linking:
• Creating a portfolio of work, combining with an art subject
• Creating branding, a video, a website or promotional material combining with business studies
• Creating a film, combining with media studies

There are many opportunities for students to extend themselves through initiatives like BrightSparks, NZ Informatic Programming Competitions, Canterbury Schools Programming Competition, The Bright Awards and many more.

For students

CAREERS
CAD Draftsperson, Computer Systems Engineer, Database Development & Administration, Design/Product Development Engineer, Electronics Engineer/Technician, Food Technologist, Game Developer, Geospatial (GIS) Analyst, Graphic Designer, ICT Multimedia Designer Developers, IT Support Professional, Product Evaluator, Robotics or Automation Engineer, Software Developer/Engineer, Software Tester, Telecommunications/Network Engineer, UX/UI Designers, Web Developer.
Work for companies like: Kathmandu, Spark, Orion Health, Tait Communications, CerebralFix, Vodafone, Fonterra, SLI Systems.

This is an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs T. Maddaford

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: Students may have the option to purchase a student license of the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite through the school.
A USB may be required depending on project and if working between home and school.

Recommended Prior Learning: Successful completion of a Level 2 Digital Technologies courses is a good preparation or some previous computing experience (not just playing games). Students who have not successfully completed a Level 2 Digital Technologies course will need to consult with Mrs Maddaford.
Independent work habits and self-management are essential skills for the successful completion of this course.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91640 v4Digital Technologies 3.49 - Implement complex techniques in constructing a specified complex electronic and embedded system
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91639 v4Digital Technologies 3.48 - Implement complex interfacing procedures in a specified electronic environment
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91637 v1Digital Technologies 3.46 - Develop a complex computer program for a specified task
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
Y
A.S. 91617 v3Generic Technology 3.10 - Undertake a critique of a technological outcome's design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91636 v4Digital Technologies 3.44 - Demonstrate understanding of areas of computer science
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91635 v3Digital Technologies 3.43 - Implement complex procedures to produce a specified digital media outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91634 v4Digital Technologies 3.42 - Demonstrate understanding of complex concepts of digital media
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91633 v1Digital Technologies 3.41 - Implement complex procedures to develop a relational database embedded in a specified digital outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
I
6
Y
Y
A.S. 91611 v3Generic Technology 3.4 - Develop a prototype considering fitness for purpose in the broadest sense
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91610 v2Generic Technology 3.3 - Develop a conceptual design considering fitness for purpose in the broadest sense
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91609 v2Generic Technology 3.2 - Undertake project management to support technological practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91608 v1Generic Technology 3.1 - Undertake brief development to address an issue within a determined context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91640 v4Digital Technologies 3.49 - Implement complex techniques in constructing a specified complex electronic and embedded system
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91639 v4Digital Technologies 3.48 - Implement complex interfacing procedures in a specified electronic environment
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91637 v1Digital Technologies 3.46 - Develop a complex computer program for a specified task
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
Y
A.S. 91617 v3Generic Technology 3.10 - Undertake a critique of a technological outcome's design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91636 v4Digital Technologies 3.44 - Demonstrate understanding of areas of computer science
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91635 v3Digital Technologies 3.43 - Implement complex procedures to produce a specified digital media outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91634 v4Digital Technologies 3.42 - Demonstrate understanding of complex concepts of digital media
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91633 v1Digital Technologies 3.41 - Implement complex procedures to develop a relational database embedded in a specified digital outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
I
6
Y
Y
A.S. 91611 v3Generic Technology 3.4 - Develop a prototype considering fitness for purpose in the broadest sense
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91610 v2Generic Technology 3.3 - Develop a conceptual design considering fitness for purpose in the broadest sense
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91609 v2Generic Technology 3.2 - Undertake project management to support technological practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91608 v1Generic Technology 3.1 - Undertake brief development to address an issue within a determined context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

ACC11F - ACCOUNTING 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

ACC11F is the study of how small businesses record their sales and spending and how these businesses report on their progress to owners.

In class students will
1. Learn about the steps needed to record each sale and each purchase
2. Find out how this information is recorded and presented to the business owner
3. Analyse the results to see how profitable the business has been over the last year
4. Study real businesses to see how they operate and how they control their money.


Future Possibilities: Year 12 and Year 13 Accounting. University or Polytechnic Accounting and business.

Teacher in Charge: Mr J. Warren

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $25.00 for work book
1B5 or similar book to write notes.

Recommended Prior Learning: Open Entry

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 90980 v3Accounting 1.5 - Interpret accounting information for sole proprietors
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90978 v3Accounting 1.3 - Prepare financial statements for sole proprietors
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 90976 v3Accounting 1.1 - Demonstrate understanding of accounting concepts for small entities
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
Y
A.S. 90979 v3Accounting 1.4 - Prepare financial information for a community organisation's annual general meeting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 90977 v1Accounting 1.2 - Process financial transactions for a small entity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 90980 v3Accounting 1.5 - Interpret accounting information for sole proprietors
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90978 v3Accounting 1.3 - Prepare financial statements for sole proprietors
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 90976 v3Accounting 1.1 - Demonstrate understanding of accounting concepts for small entities
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
Y
A.S. 90979 v3Accounting 1.4 - Prepare financial information for a community organisation's annual general meeting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 90977 v1Accounting 1.2 - Process financial transactions for a small entity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

ACC21F - ACCOUNTING 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Accounting at this level is the study of how firms record their income and spending and how these firms report on their progress to their owners.

In class students will
1. Learn the basic steps of recording a sale or a purchase
2. Use computer software such as MYOB to record business transactions
3. Look at case studies to see how small businesses operate and how they look after the stock
4. Analyse numbers to see how profitable a business has been


Future Possibilities
The natural progression from this course is to Accounting 31F. Various pathways exist to develop an interest in a career in Accounting. Universities and Polytechnics provide advanced courses.

Teacher in Charge: Mr J. Warren

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $5.00 minimum for print paper.
$22.00 for workbook
1B5 or similar book for notes.

Recommended Prior Learning: None although Accounting 11F is an advantage.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91177 v2Accounting 2.4 - Interpret accounting information for entities that operate accounting subsystems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
Y
A.S. 91176 v2Accounting 2.3 - Prepare financial information for an entity that operates accounting subsystems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
E
5
Y
A.S. 91174 v2Accounting 2.1 - Demonstrate understanding of accounting concepts for an entity that operates accounting subsystems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 91175 v1Accounting 2.2 - Demonstrate understanding of accounting processing using accounting software
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91386 v1Accounting 2.7 - Demonstrate understanding of an inventory subsystem for an entity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
Y
Y
A.S. 91177 v2Accounting 2.4 - Interpret accounting information for entities that operate accounting subsystems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
Y
A.S. 91176 v2Accounting 2.3 - Prepare financial information for an entity that operates accounting subsystems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
E
5
Y
A.S. 91174 v2Accounting 2.1 - Demonstrate understanding of accounting concepts for an entity that operates accounting subsystems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 91175 v1Accounting 2.2 - Demonstrate understanding of accounting processing using accounting software
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91386 v1Accounting 2.7 - Demonstrate understanding of an inventory subsystem for an entity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
Y
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

BUS21F - BUSINESS STUDIES 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

The aim of this course is to develop the knowledge and skills to run a small business.

In this course students will:
1. Get into small groups and set up their own business
2. Come up with an idea for a product
3. Conduct market research to find out if their product idea will sell
4. Use their own money to buy all the raw materials needed to make a product
5. Sell a product to the market and keep any profit



Future Possibilities
Level 3 Business Studies participating in the Young Enterprise Scheme or further studies in this field.

Teacher in Charge: Mr J. Warren

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $15.00 print credit.

Recommended Prior Learning: None, however in some cases a conservation with the Teacher in Charge may be appropriate.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 90845 v2Business Studies 2.3 - Apply business knowledge to a critical problem(s) in a given large business context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90848 v2Business Studies 2.6 - Carry out, review and refine a business activity within a community context with guidance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 9 Creative Industries credits
I
9
Y
A.S. 90847 v2Business Studies 2.5 - Investigate the application of motivation theory in a business
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90846 v2Business Studies 2.4 - Conduct market research for a new or existing product
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
Y
A.S. 90845 v2Business Studies 2.3 - Apply business knowledge to a critical problem(s) in a given large business context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90848 v2Business Studies 2.6 - Carry out, review and refine a business activity within a community context with guidance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 9 Creative Industries credits
I
9
Y
A.S. 90847 v2Business Studies 2.5 - Investigate the application of motivation theory in a business
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90846 v2Business Studies 2.4 - Conduct market research for a new or existing product
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

BUS31F - BUSINESS STUDIES 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

The aim of this course is to develop the knowledge and skills to run a small business. Students will work in groups to run their own small business throughout the year and compete in the Young Enterprise Scheme, a nationwide competition.

In this course students will
1. Get into small groups and set up their own business
2. Come up with an idea for a product that is environmentally sustainable
3. Conduct market research to find out if their product idea will sell
4. Use their own money to buy all the raw materials needed to make a product
5. Sell a product to the market and keep any profit

Assessment
Young Enterprise Certificate - 24 NCEA credit equivalents
If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Future Possibilities
This is a good background to pursue tertiary study in Business and the knowledge to set up and run a small business.

Teacher in Charge: Mr J. Warren

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $25.00 for the examination, $35.00 registration fee and a possible investment into your business. If your business turns a profit at the end of the year, the money is split between the business shareholders.

Recommended Prior Learning: A background in Accounting and Economics is good preparation for this course. Maturity and the ability to be a part of a team is essential.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91381 v2Business Studies 3.3 - Apply business knowledge to address a complex problem(s) in a given global business context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91384 v2Business Studies 3.6 - Carry out, with consultation, an innovative and sustainable business activity
I
9
Y
9r
A.S. 91382 v2Business Studies 3.4 - Develop a marketing plan for a new or existing product
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
6r
A.S. 91381 v2Business Studies 3.3 - Apply business knowledge to address a complex problem(s) in a given global business context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91384 v2Business Studies 3.6 - Carry out, with consultation, an innovative and sustainable business activity
I
9
Y
9r
A.S. 91382 v2Business Studies 3.4 - Develop a marketing plan for a new or existing product
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
6r
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

DTM21F - DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES MEDIA 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Digital Technologies is the fastest growing industry and students that have a genuine interest and do well in this area are highly sort after.

This course further develops design and development skills. Knowledge of multimedia will be used to communicate information. This subject is about problem solving and creating rather than just being users of digital technologies. Students will also work through the technology process, from idea to outcomes.

This course will develop:
• Skills in designing and developing a digital outcome • Advanced digital media skills • What is good design • Planning a project • Computational Thinking • Evaluating
• Understanding of HCI (Human Computer Interaction)

Term 1 will be spent on students developing skills in their area of interest. In Terms 2 and 3 students will decide on a project and spend this time learning, creating and sharing to produce a completed digital technologies outcome.

Students will have choice in their direction, based on their prior experiences and interests. Students are able to take both DTM21 and DTP21 should they wish to work on a bigger project combining both areas.

Types of projects could be:
• Creating a website using HTML/CSS/Javascript • Creating graphics and producing an infographic • Creating an animation • Capturing video and editing to produce a film • Creating the graphics for a game • Creating an App • Creating a database using MySQL and PHP that is used in the website

Careers -Database Development & Administration, Design/Product Development Engineer, Game Developer, Graphic Designer, ICT Multimedia Designer Developers, Product Evaluator, Software Developer/Engineer, Software Tester, UX/UI Designers, Web Developer. Work for companies like: Kathmandu, Spark, Orion Health, Tait Communications, CerebralFix, Vodafone.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs T. Maddaford

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: Students may have the option to purchase a student license of the Adobe Creative Cloud Suite through the school. A USB may be required depending on project and if working between home and school.

Recommended Prior Learning: Successful completion of the Level 1 Digital Technologies course or previous computing experience, have an interest in design. Students who have not successfully completed the Level 1 course must consult with Mrs Maddaford.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91370 v1Digital Technologies 2.43 - Implement advanced procedures to produce a specified digital media outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91369 v3Digital Technologies 2.42 - Demonstrate understanding of advanced concepts of digital media
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91360 v3Generic Technology 2.7 - Demonstrate understanding of redundancy and reliability in technological systems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 91357 v3Generic Technology 2.4 - Undertake effective development to make and trial a prototype
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91370 v1Digital Technologies 2.43 - Implement advanced procedures to produce a specified digital media outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91369 v3Digital Technologies 2.42 - Demonstrate understanding of advanced concepts of digital media
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91360 v3Generic Technology 2.7 - Demonstrate understanding of redundancy and reliability in technological systems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 91357 v3Generic Technology 2.4 - Undertake effective development to make and trial a prototype
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Commerce / Digital Technologies Pathway Booklet - 2021

ECO11F - ECONOMICS 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

In class students will:
• Examine how money flows around our economy
• Visit real businesses to see how they use resources to make goods and services
• Find out what consumers spend their money on and how their spending patterns change
• Look at how the forces of demand and supply set the price we pay for everyday goods

Future Possibilities
Leads on to Year 12 Economics and Year 12 Business Studies. Career prospects are in the areas of business management, marketing, law and many more.

Teacher in Charge: Mr J. Warren

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $25.00 for the student workbook.
1B5 or similar book for writing notes.

Recommended Prior Learning: Open Entry

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 90984 v3Economics 1.2 - Demonstrate understanding of decisions a producer makes about production
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 90988 v3Economics 1.6 - Demonstrate understanding of the interdependence of sectors of the New Zealand economy
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90986 v3Economics 1.4 - Demonstrate understanding of how consumer, producer and/or government choices affect society, using market equilibrium
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
E
5
Y
A.S. 90985 v3Economics 1.3 - Demonstrate understanding of producer choices using supply
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
Y
A.S. 90983 v3Economics 1.1 - Demonstrate understanding of consumer choices, using scarcity and/or demand
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90984 v3Economics 1.2 - Demonstrate understanding of decisions a producer makes about production
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 90988 v3Economics 1.6 - Demonstrate understanding of the interdependence of sectors of the New Zealand economy
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90986 v3Economics 1.4 - Demonstrate understanding of how consumer, producer and/or government choices affect society, using market equilibrium
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
E
5
Y
A.S. 90985 v3Economics 1.3 - Demonstrate understanding of producer choices using supply
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
Y
A.S. 90983 v3Economics 1.1 - Demonstrate understanding of consumer choices, using scarcity and/or demand
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Design, Graphics and Technology



Design, Graphics and Technology Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Design, Graphics and Technology Pathway Booklet - 2021

ITT22P - INTRODUCTION to the TRADES 22P - Full Year (Double Course)

This course requires 4 options.

Introduction to the Trades extends the skills and knowledge of DST 12F and offers students the opportunity to apply them on real-world building projects. Students will learn to use a range of hand tools, portable power tools and machines under supervision, select and correctly install the appropriate materials and fastenings as well as learning to interpret simple drawings to obtain building dimensions.

The course is assessed by unit standards and covers (this may differ slightly depending on student needs):
• Furniture making
• Completing minor concrete works
• Constructing garden furniture
• Using hardware and fastenings
• Occupational Safety and Health (OSH)

It is expected that students will achieve between 18-30 credits during the year long course.

NB: This course is a double subject for 10 periods per week.

Teacher in Charge: Mr G. Case

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: Students will be charged for any take home products.

Recommended Prior Learning: There are no prerequisites to this course but successfully completing Design Technology 12F and NCEA Level 1 would be an advantage.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 6402 v8Provide basic life support
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Primary Industries credits
  • 1 Services Industries credits
  • 1 Social & Community Services credits
I
1
U.S. 6401 v6Provide first aid
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Primary Industries credits
  • 1 Services Industries credits
  • 1 Social & Community Services credits
I
1
U.S. 6400 v6Manage first aid in an emergency situation
I
2
U.S. 24352 v2Demonstrate knowledge of and apply safe working practices in the construction of a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 12932 v4Construct timber garden furniture and items of basic construction equipment as a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 8 Construction & Infrastructure credits
I
8
U.S. 25919 v1Use hardware and fastenings for a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 25921 v3Make a cupboard with a drawer as a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
I
6
U.S. 12938 v5Lay paving blocks as a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
I
4
U.S. 12933 v4Complete minor concrete works as a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 6402 v8Provide basic life support
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Primary Industries credits
  • 1 Services Industries credits
  • 1 Social & Community Services credits
I
1
U.S. 6401 v6Provide first aid
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Primary Industries credits
  • 1 Services Industries credits
  • 1 Social & Community Services credits
I
1
U.S. 6400 v6Manage first aid in an emergency situation
I
2
U.S. 24352 v2Demonstrate knowledge of and apply safe working practices in the construction of a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 12932 v4Construct timber garden furniture and items of basic construction equipment as a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 8 Construction & Infrastructure credits
I
8
U.S. 25919 v1Use hardware and fastenings for a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 25921 v3Make a cupboard with a drawer as a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
I
6
U.S. 12938 v5Lay paving blocks as a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
I
4
U.S. 12933 v4Complete minor concrete works as a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Design, Graphics and Technology Pathway Booklet - 2021

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Design, Graphics and Technology Pathway Booklet - 2021

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Design, Graphics and Technology Pathway Booklet - 2021

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Design, Graphics and Technology Pathway Booklet - 2021

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Design, Graphics and Technology Pathway Booklet - 2021

AUT22F - AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING 22F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This is a full year pre-trade motor industry based programme.

The course is assessed by unit standards and covers:
• Motor Vehicle Systems and Components
• Electrical units and batteries
• Workshop equipment
• Automotive trade structure
• Occupational Safety and Health (OSH)


This course is co-ordinated by Avon City Ford (Sockburn) and Papanui High School. The units are self-paced and require individual study. It is expected that students will achieve between 18-24 unit standard credits during the course. The standards listed below are a sample of those available and will give an idea of the variety offered within this course.

NB: There is no Automotive Engineering Level 3 course

Teacher in Charge: Mr G. Case

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: None.

Recommended Prior Learning: Students will be selected on the following criteria:
• Ability to complete the course
• A proven record of attendance
• A genuine interest in the Automotive industry
• Attendance at an interview conducted by the Training Manager

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 21676 v3Select test equipment and test an automotive electrical circuit
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
4
U.S. 21677 v3Demonstrate knowledge of a diesel fuel system
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 21707 v2Demonstrate knowledge of automotive electrical principles
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
6
U.S. 21859 v1Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for an automotive application
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 21691 v2Disassemble and reassemble a single cylinder or multi-cylinder four stroke engine under supervision
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 233 v10Service a lead-acid automotive battery
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 21722 v1Balance wheels off a vehicle in the motor industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 21679 v1Demonstrate knowledge of interchanging and balancing road wheels in the motor industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 21669 v4Demonstrate knowledge of hand tools and workshop equipment for motor industry applications
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 16113 v7Demonstrate knowledge of safe working practices in an automotive workshop
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 21676 v3Select test equipment and test an automotive electrical circuit
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
4
U.S. 21677 v3Demonstrate knowledge of a diesel fuel system
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 21707 v2Demonstrate knowledge of automotive electrical principles
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
6
U.S. 21859 v1Select and use hand tools and workshop equipment for an automotive application
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 21691 v2Disassemble and reassemble a single cylinder or multi-cylinder four stroke engine under supervision
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 233 v10Service a lead-acid automotive battery
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 21722 v1Balance wheels off a vehicle in the motor industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 21679 v1Demonstrate knowledge of interchanging and balancing road wheels in the motor industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 21669 v4Demonstrate knowledge of hand tools and workshop equipment for motor industry applications
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 16113 v7Demonstrate knowledge of safe working practices in an automotive workshop
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Design, Graphics and Technology Pathway Booklet - 2021

DST11F - DESIGN TECHNOLOGY 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Design Technology is a flexible subject that allows students to work with different combinations of materials and techniques. This is a course which caters for students with an interest in designing and constructing a product using wood and metal as well as a range of other materials. This course also enables students to transfer mental images onto paper through learning specific design-related techniques.

As some of the coursework is online it is highly recommended that students bring an appropriate device to class.

Course related costs vary depending on student choice.

Teacher in Charge: Mr G. Case

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $35.00 consumables fee – Materials will be costed and charged individually.

Recommended Prior Learning: Successful completion of Year 10 Hard Materials Technology or Year 10 Construction and a proven safety record in the workshops is needed to enter this course.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91057 v2Construction and Mechanical Technologies 1.20 - Implement basic procedures using resistant materials to make a specified product
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91049 v4Generic Technology 1.6 - Demonstrate understanding of how materials enable technological products to function
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 91047 v4Generic Technology 1.4 - Undertake development to make a prototype to address a brief
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91045 v1Generic Technology 1.2 - Use planning tools to guide the technological development of an outcome to address a brief
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91057 v2Construction and Mechanical Technologies 1.20 - Implement basic procedures using resistant materials to make a specified product
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91049 v4Generic Technology 1.6 - Demonstrate understanding of how materials enable technological products to function
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 91047 v4Generic Technology 1.4 - Undertake development to make a prototype to address a brief
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91045 v1Generic Technology 1.2 - Use planning tools to guide the technological development of an outcome to address a brief
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Design, Graphics and Technology Pathway Booklet - 2021

DST12F - DESIGN TECHNOLOGY 12F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course is designed for those students seeking to pursue vocational pathways or apprenticeships after Year 12. Students have the opportunity to study a range of materials and learn skills relevant to the Construction and Automotive Industries. This is a practical course that enables students to have hands-on experience constructing projects from working drawings.

As some of the coursework is online it is highly recommended that students bring an appropriate device to class.

The course is assessed by unit standards and covers (this may differ slightly from year to year depending on student needs):
• Furniture making
• Understanding constructing and manufacturing materials
• Workshop tools and equipment
• Automotive trade structure
• Occupational Safety and Health (OSH)

Teacher in Charge: Mr G. Case

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $35.00 consumables fee – Materials for projects will be costed and charged individually.

Recommended Prior Learning: Year 10 Hard Materials Technology or Year 10 Construction and a proven safety record in the workshops is needed to enter this course.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 21691 v2Disassemble and reassemble a single cylinder or multi-cylinder four stroke engine under supervision
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 21869 v4Remove and replace road wheels on a vehicle
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
1
U.S. 21857 v3Identify the occupational areas and structure of the New Zealand motor industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 24356 v2Apply elementary workshop procedures and processes for a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 8 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 8 Primary Industries credits
I
8
U.S. 24352 v2Demonstrate knowledge of and apply safe working practices in the construction of a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 24355 v3Demonstrate knowledge of construction and manufacturing materials used in BCATS projects
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 21691 v2Disassemble and reassemble a single cylinder or multi-cylinder four stroke engine under supervision
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 21869 v4Remove and replace road wheels on a vehicle
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
1
U.S. 21857 v3Identify the occupational areas and structure of the New Zealand motor industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
I
2
U.S. 24356 v2Apply elementary workshop procedures and processes for a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 8 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 8 Primary Industries credits
I
8
U.S. 24352 v2Demonstrate knowledge of and apply safe working practices in the construction of a BCATS project
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 24355 v3Demonstrate knowledge of construction and manufacturing materials used in BCATS projects
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Design, Graphics and Technology Pathway Booklet - 2021

DST21F - DESIGN TECHNOLOGY 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Design Technology at Level 2 extends the skills and knowledge of Level 1 with a focus on designing for a particular client. Students will be expected to apply their personal design skills to a situation that also requires careful consideration of their client. There is more flexibility in Level 2 Design Technology and students will be able to work on individualised projects that are restricted only by their creative thinking skills and enthusiasm.

As some of the coursework is online it is highly recommended that students bring an appropriate device to class.

Teacher in Charge: Mr G. Case

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $40.00 for consumables - this cost also covers the first project the students will make.
Materials for the second project will be costed and charged individually.

Recommended Prior Learning: 12 credits in Level 1 Design Technology including AS91047 (Generic Technology 1.4) and AS91057 (Generic Technology 1.12)
or By negotiation with the HoD.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91359 v3Generic Technology 2.6 - Demonstrate understanding of the role of material evaluation in product development
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 91344 v4Construction and Mechanical Technologies 2.20 - Implement advanced procedures using resistant materials to make a specified product with special features
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91357 v3Generic Technology 2.4 - Undertake effective development to make and trial a prototype
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91355 v3Generic Technology 2.2 - Select and use planning tools to manage the development of an outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91359 v3Generic Technology 2.6 - Demonstrate understanding of the role of material evaluation in product development
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 91344 v4Construction and Mechanical Technologies 2.20 - Implement advanced procedures using resistant materials to make a specified product with special features
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91357 v3Generic Technology 2.4 - Undertake effective development to make and trial a prototype
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91355 v3Generic Technology 2.2 - Select and use planning tools to manage the development of an outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Design, Graphics and Technology Pathway Booklet - 2021

DST31F - DESIGN TECHNOLOGY 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

In Level 3 Design Technology students are fully engaged in individual projects that must demonstrate their proficiency at solving design problems. Students will fine tune their conceptual and technical skills and be expected to produce high quality products in response to a real need or opportunity.

As some of the coursework is online it is highly recommended that students bring an appropriate device to class.

Students will achieve between 16-20 credits during the year depending on their interests and abilities.

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Mr G. Case

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $35.00 for consumables – Extra materials will be costed and charged individually.

Recommended Prior Learning: 12 credits in Level 2 Design Technology including AS91344 (Construction and Mechanical Technologies 2.20 ) and AS91357 (Generic Technology 2.4)
or By negotiation with the HoD.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91620 v2Construction and Mechanical Technologies 3.20 - Implement complex procedures to integrate parts using resistant materials to make a specified product
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91610 v2Generic Technology 3.3 - Develop a conceptual design considering fitness for purpose in the broadest sense
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91611 v3Generic Technology 3.4 - Develop a prototype considering fitness for purpose in the broadest sense
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91613 v3Generic Technology 3.6 - Demonstrate understanding of material development
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91620 v2Construction and Mechanical Technologies 3.20 - Implement complex procedures to integrate parts using resistant materials to make a specified product
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91610 v2Generic Technology 3.3 - Develop a conceptual design considering fitness for purpose in the broadest sense
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91611 v3Generic Technology 3.4 - Develop a prototype considering fitness for purpose in the broadest sense
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91613 v3Generic Technology 3.6 - Demonstrate understanding of material development
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Design, Graphics and Technology Pathway Booklet - 2021

GRA11F - GRAPHICS - DESIGN and VISUAL COMMUNICATION 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

The Graphics - Design and Visual Communication course involves establishing core design and drawing knowledge and techniques, with a particular focus on three-dimensional design. Students will develop their skills in exploring and refining design ideas in response to a brief, using creative strategies and visual techniques to aid design thinking. The use of visual communication techniques includes freehand sketching, instrumental drawing, physical and digital modelling and presentation principles.

As some of the coursework is online it is highly recommended that students bring an appropriate device to class.

Students will achieve between 18-21 credits during the year depending on their interests and abilities.

Teacher in Charge: Mr G. Case

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $20.00 for consumables.

Recommended Prior Learning: An interest in design and drawing. Completion of Year 10 Graphics is beneficial.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91066 v3Design and Visual Communication 1.33 - Use rendering techniques to communicate the form of design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
A.S. 91068 v1Design and Visual Communication 1.35 - Undertake development of design ideas through graphics practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91067 v3Design and Visual Communication 1.34 - Use the work of an influential designer to inform design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
A.S. 91065 v5Design and Visual Communication 1.32 - Produce instrumental paraline drawings to communicate design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
Y
A.S. 91064 v5Design and Visual Communication 1.31 - Produce instrumental, multi-view orthographic drawings that communicate technical features of design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
Y
A.S. 91063 v5Design and Visual Communication 1.30 - Produce freehand sketches that communicate design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
A.S. 91066 v3Design and Visual Communication 1.33 - Use rendering techniques to communicate the form of design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
A.S. 91068 v1Design and Visual Communication 1.35 - Undertake development of design ideas through graphics practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91067 v3Design and Visual Communication 1.34 - Use the work of an influential designer to inform design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
A.S. 91065 v5Design and Visual Communication 1.32 - Produce instrumental paraline drawings to communicate design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
Y
A.S. 91064 v5Design and Visual Communication 1.31 - Produce instrumental, multi-view orthographic drawings that communicate technical features of design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
Y
A.S. 91063 v5Design and Visual Communication 1.30 - Produce freehand sketches that communicate design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Design, Graphics and Technology Pathway Booklet - 2021

GRA21F - GRAPHICS - DESIGN and VISUAL COMMUNICATION 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

The Graphics - Design and Visual Communication course builds on a foundation of knowledge and techniques established in Level 1. Design contexts are more sophisticated in nature requiring the use of specialist design knowledge and the increased integration of visual communication and presentation skills. At this level, design thinking is required to be more refined in terms of the level of detail and in the depth of reflection and creative exploration.

As some of the coursework is online it is highly recommended that students bring an appropriate device to class.

Students will achieve between 15-26 credits during the year depending on their interests and abilities.

Teacher in Charge: Mr G. Case

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $20.00 fee for consumables.

Recommended Prior Learning: 12 credits in Level 1 Design and Visual Communication including AS91068 (DVC 1.35).
or by negotiation with the HoD.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91342 v4Design and Visual Communication 2.35 - Develop a product design through graphics practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91339 v3Design and Visual Communication 2.32 - Produce instrumental perspective projection drawings to communicate design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
A.S. 91338 v3Design and Visual Communication 2.31 - Produce working drawings to communicate technical details of a design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
A.S. 91337 v3Design and Visual Communication 2.30 - Use visual communication techniques to generate design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
A.S. 91341 v4Design and Visual Communication 2.34 - Develop a spatial design through graphics practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91340 v2Design and Visual Communication 2.33 - Use the characteristics of a design movement or era to inform own design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91342 v4Design and Visual Communication 2.35 - Develop a product design through graphics practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91339 v3Design and Visual Communication 2.32 - Produce instrumental perspective projection drawings to communicate design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
A.S. 91338 v3Design and Visual Communication 2.31 - Produce working drawings to communicate technical details of a design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
A.S. 91337 v3Design and Visual Communication 2.30 - Use visual communication techniques to generate design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
A.S. 91341 v4Design and Visual Communication 2.34 - Develop a spatial design through graphics practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91340 v2Design and Visual Communication 2.33 - Use the characteristics of a design movement or era to inform own design ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Design, Graphics and Technology Pathway Booklet - 2021

GRA31F - GRAPHICS - DESIGN and VISUAL COMMUNICATION 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

The Graphics - Design and Visual Communication course at Level 3 course extends the knowledge and skills established in Levels 1 and 2, applying these to more individualised design contexts from the spatial and product design fields e.g. house design or furniture design. Well-articulated visual communication of ideas and thinking needs to be demonstrated through advanced visual communication and presentation techniques.

As some of the coursework is online it is highly recommended that students bring an appropriate device to class.

Students will achieve between 14-26 credits during the year depending on their interests and abilities.

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Mr G. Case

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $25.00 for consumables.

Recommended Prior Learning: 12 credits or more in Level 2 Design and Visual Communication including AS91341 (DVC 2.34) or AS91342 (DVC 2.35).
or by negotiation with the HoD.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91629 v1Design and Visual Communication 3.32 - Resolve a spatial design through graphics practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91628 v1Design and Visual Communication 3.31 - Develop a visual presentation that exhibits a design outcome to an audience
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91631 v3Design and Visual Communication 3.34 - Produce working drawings to communicate production details for a complex design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
E
6
A.S. 91627 v3Design and Visual Communication 3.30 - Initiate design ideas through exploration
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
A.S. 91629 v1Design and Visual Communication 3.32 - Resolve a spatial design through graphics practice
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91628 v1Design and Visual Communication 3.31 - Develop a visual presentation that exhibits a design outcome to an audience
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91631 v3Design and Visual Communication 3.34 - Produce working drawings to communicate production details for a complex design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
E
6
A.S. 91627 v3Design and Visual Communication 3.30 - Initiate design ideas through exploration
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Design, Graphics and Technology Pathway Booklet - 2021

GRA11F - GRAPHICS - DESIGN and VISUAL COMMUNICATION 11F - Full Year (Copy)

This course requires 2 options.

The Graphics - Design and Visual Communication course involves establishing core design and drawing knowledge and techniques, with a particular focus on three-dimensional design. Students will develop their skills in exploring and refining design ideas in response to a brief, using creative strategies and visual techniques to aid design thinking. The use of visual communication techniques includes freehand sketching, instrumental drawing, physical and digital modelling and presentation principles.

As some of the coursework is online it is highly recommended that students bring an appropriate device to class.

Students will achieve between 18-21 credits during the year depending on their interests and abilities.

Teacher in Charge: Mr G. Case

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $20.00 for consumables.

Recommended Prior Learning: An interest in design and drawing. Completion of Year 10 Graphics is beneficial.


Drama and Dance




Drama and Dance Pathway Booklet - 2021

DNC11F - DANCE 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students will explore through movement the dance elements of body awareness, space, time, energy and relationships. They will use personal experiences and imagination to express ideas in dance. Students will also demonstrate an awareness of dance as part of community life.

Teacher in Charge: Ms H. McLean

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $25.00 to cover admission to live performances and/or guest tutors.

Recommended Prior Learning: Open Entry

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 90861 v3Dance 1.5 - Demonstrate understanding of a dance performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90860 v3Dance 1.4 - Demonstrate understanding of the elements of dance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 90002 v6Dance 1.2 - Perform dance sequences
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 90859 v3Dance 1.3 - Demonstrate ensemble skills in a dance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 90858 v3Dance 1.1 - Compose dance sequences for given briefs
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 90861 v3Dance 1.5 - Demonstrate understanding of a dance performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90860 v3Dance 1.4 - Demonstrate understanding of the elements of dance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 90002 v6Dance 1.2 - Perform dance sequences
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 90859 v3Dance 1.3 - Demonstrate ensemble skills in a dance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 90858 v3Dance 1.1 - Compose dance sequences for given briefs
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Drama and Dance Pathway Booklet - 2021

DNC21F - DANCE 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

The course aims to widen student’s knowledge in Dance through choreography, performance history, viewing and responding to dance. Students will expand their knowledge of dance technique and choreographic skills. Students are required to participate in dance workshops with external dance tutors and present both solo and group performances.

Future Possibilities
Level 3

Teacher in Charge: Ms H. McLean

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $25.00 to cover admission to live performances and/or guest tutors.

Recommended Prior Learning: 8 credits in 11F Dance or approval from Head of Department.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91209 v3Dance 2.5 - Perform a repertoire of dance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91208 v3Dance 2.4 - Perform a theatre dance to communicate understanding of the dance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91207 v2Dance 2.3 - Perform an ethnic or social dance to communicate understanding of the style
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91206 v2Dance 2.2 - Choreograph a solo dance to communicate an intention
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91205 v1Dance 2.1 - Choreograph a group dance to communicate an intention
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91211 v2Dance 2.7 - Provide an interpretation of a dance performance with supporting evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 91209 v3Dance 2.5 - Perform a repertoire of dance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91208 v3Dance 2.4 - Perform a theatre dance to communicate understanding of the dance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91207 v2Dance 2.3 - Perform an ethnic or social dance to communicate understanding of the style
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91206 v2Dance 2.2 - Choreograph a solo dance to communicate an intention
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91205 v1Dance 2.1 - Choreograph a group dance to communicate an intention
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91211 v2Dance 2.7 - Provide an interpretation of a dance performance with supporting evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Drama and Dance Pathway Booklet - 2021

DNC31F - DANCE 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course aims to display knowledge of dance history, choreographic elements, incorporate structures and demonstrate devices in choreography. Students must generate movement ideas and present through group choreography and solo dances. Students are required to participate in dance workshops and dance in a performance.

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Ms H. McLean

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $25.00 to cover admission to live performances and/or guest tutors.

Recommended Prior Learning: 8 credits in 21F Dance or approval from Head of Department.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91589 v2Dance 3.2 - Choreograph a dance to develop and resolve ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91594 v2Dance 3.7 - Analyse a dance performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91590 v1Dance 3.3 - Perform a solo or duet dance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91592 v2Dance 3.5 - Perform a repertoire of contrasting dances
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91591 v2Dance 3.4 - Perform a group dance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91588 v2Dance 3.1 - Produce a dance to realise a concept
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 8 Creative Industries credits
I
8
A.S. 91589 v2Dance 3.2 - Choreograph a dance to develop and resolve ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91594 v2Dance 3.7 - Analyse a dance performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91590 v1Dance 3.3 - Perform a solo or duet dance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91592 v2Dance 3.5 - Perform a repertoire of contrasting dances
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91591 v2Dance 3.4 - Perform a group dance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91588 v2Dance 3.1 - Produce a dance to realise a concept
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 8 Creative Industries credits
I
8
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Drama and Dance Pathway Booklet - 2021

-

This course requires option.


Drama and Dance Pathway Booklet - 2021

-

This course requires option.


Drama and Dance Pathway Booklet - 2021

PRO21F - THEATRE PRODUCTION 21F

This course requires 2 options.

This course will provide students with the opportunity to put together a significant musical production in a variety of roles. In the first half of the year they will choose in which capacity they will be a part of the teacher directed major production; choosing from the following: performing, lighting operation and design, set design, sound operation, costume design and creation, make up design and application or stage management and front of house management. Students will then have the opportunity to create and facilitate their own smaller scale performance in the second half of the course, again choosing which of the standards listed below they would like to explore - with the addition of script writing and directing.

The course is assessed by a mixture of Achievement Standards and Unit Standards. The standards are listed below. Students will not be able to attempt and gain all the credits listed. It is advised that they attempt a maximum total number of 21 credits.

All students enrolled in the course and wishing to undertake the acting component, although guaranteed inclusion in the course, must still audition to determine their role in the show.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs J. Grubb

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: N/A

Recommended Prior Learning: HOD Approval is required as well as checking availability for dress rehearsals and performances.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91217 v2Drama 2.5 - Examine the work of a playwright
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91220 v1Drama 2.8 - Script a scene suitable for drama performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91221 v2Drama 2.9 - Direct a scene for drama performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91218 v2Drama 2.6 - Perform a substantial acting role in a scripted production
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
5r
U.S. 27699 v2Research and design a costume for a specified performance context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 27700 v1Demonstrate and apply knowledge of stage lighting design and process for a performance context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 27701 v1Demonstrate knowledge and skills of make-up design and application for a specified character
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 27702 v4Take responsibility for a production area of a performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 27703 v4Demonstrate and apply knowledge of sound control and enhancement processes required for a performance context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 27704 v4Design and construct item(s) to meet production needs for a performance context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91217 v2Drama 2.5 - Examine the work of a playwright
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91220 v1Drama 2.8 - Script a scene suitable for drama performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91221 v2Drama 2.9 - Direct a scene for drama performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91218 v2Drama 2.6 - Perform a substantial acting role in a scripted production
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
5r
U.S. 27699 v2Research and design a costume for a specified performance context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 27700 v1Demonstrate and apply knowledge of stage lighting design and process for a performance context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 27701 v1Demonstrate knowledge and skills of make-up design and application for a specified character
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 27702 v4Take responsibility for a production area of a performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 27703 v4Demonstrate and apply knowledge of sound control and enhancement processes required for a performance context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 27704 v4Design and construct item(s) to meet production needs for a performance context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Drama and Dance Pathway Booklet - 2021

DRA11F - DRAMA 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

In this course students will study acting technique, theatre and Drama processes and performance.

Drama is a fundamental subject for applying and exploring the key competencies. Students continuously work in a group setting; using their communication, teamwork and leadership skills. Students analyse texts and interpret meaning. They are required to think creatively and independently.

The units of work we cover include:
- Devising a group performance, using the elements and conventions of Drama
- Studying a theatre form and applying the features of this form in a performance
- Analysing and exploring acting techniques, theorists and drama processes
- Performing a role in a scripted play, as part of a dinner theatre experience
- Writing an external examination that focuses on the critique and analysis of a live professional performance they have seen during the year
- Using lighting and sound technologies is an optional extra

All assessments are Achievement Standards.

Future Possibilities
This course will prepare students for future academic and vocational opportunities in Theatre and Film, Broadcasting, Law, Communications, Journalism, Teaching, Early Childhood and many other areas that focus on the application of key competencies.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs J. Grubb

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $25.00 to cover admission to one live professional performance during the year.

Recommended Prior Learning: Open Entry

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 90011 v7Drama 1.7 - Demonstrate understanding of the use of drama aspects within live performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90009 v5Drama 1.6 - Perform an acting role in a scripted production
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 90999 v3Drama 1.4 - Use features of a drama/theatre form in a performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 90997 v2Drama 1.2 - Devise and perform a drama
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 90006 v2Drama 1.1 - Use drama techniques
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 90011 v7Drama 1.7 - Demonstrate understanding of the use of drama aspects within live performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90009 v5Drama 1.6 - Perform an acting role in a scripted production
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 90999 v3Drama 1.4 - Use features of a drama/theatre form in a performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 90997 v2Drama 1.2 - Devise and perform a drama
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 90006 v2Drama 1.1 - Use drama techniques
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Drama and Dance Pathway Booklet - 2021

DRA21F - DRAMA 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course builds upon the foundations of Level 1 Drama. The students will study acting technique and performance in greater depth.

Drama is a fundamental subject for applying and exploring the key competencies. Students continuously work in a group setting; using their communication, teamwork and leadership skills. Students analyse texts and interpret meaning. They are required to think creatively and independently.

The units of work we cover include:
- Devising a group performance, using the elements and conventions of Drama
- Studying a theatre form and applying the features of this form in a performance to an invited audience of friends and family
- Analysing and exploring acting techniques, theorists and drama processes
- There is the option of writing one or two external examinations that focuses on the critique and analysis of a live professional performance they have seen during the year, and the theatre form that was studied
-There is also the option of further study in directing and script writing

All assessments are Achievement Standards.

Future Possibilities
This course will prepare students for future academic and vocational opportunities in Theatre and Film, Broadcasting, Law, Communications, Journalism, Teaching, Early Childhood and many other areas that focus on the application of key competencies.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs J. Grubb

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $25.00 to cover admission to one live professional performance during the year.

Recommended Prior Learning: 8 credits in Year 11 Drama or approval from Head of Department.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91215 v3Drama 2.3 - Discuss a drama or theatre form or period with reference to a text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91219 v2Drama 2.7 - Discuss drama elements, techniques, conventions and technologies within live performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91214 v2Drama 2.2 - Devise and perform a drama to realise an intention
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 91216 v4Drama 2.4 - Use complex performance skills associated with a drama or theatre form or period
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91213 v2Drama 2.1 - Apply drama techniques in a scripted context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91215 v3Drama 2.3 - Discuss a drama or theatre form or period with reference to a text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91219 v2Drama 2.7 - Discuss drama elements, techniques, conventions and technologies within live performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91214 v2Drama 2.2 - Devise and perform a drama to realise an intention
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 91216 v4Drama 2.4 - Use complex performance skills associated with a drama or theatre form or period
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91213 v2Drama 2.1 - Apply drama techniques in a scripted context
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Drama and Dance Pathway Booklet - 2021

DRA31F - DRAMA 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course builds upon the foundations of Level 1 and 2 Drama. The students will study the fundamentals of drama and performance with more depth and sophistication. They will be expected to work independently at this level.They will study techniques to communicate meaning in performance and critically analyse the performance of others.

Drama is a fundamental subject for applying and exploring the key competencies. Students continuously work in a group setting; using their communication, teamwork and leadership skills. Students analyse texts and interpret meaning. They are required to think creatively and independently.

The units of work we cover include:
- Devising, scripting (if applicable) and presenting a solo performance.
- Studying a theatre form and applying the features of this form in a performance to an invited audience of friends and family
- Analysing and exploring acting techniques, theorists and drama processes
- There is the option of writing one or two external examinations that focuses on the critique and analysis of a live professional performance they have seen during the year, and the theatre form studied
-There is also the option of further study in directing and script writing

If a student achieves 14 credits from the Achievement Standards, this course can count as an Approved Subject for University Entrance. However, if a student chooses both Drama 31F and Production 31F the credits gained in both subjects will count towards ONE approved subject only, NOT two separate subjects. Please see Careers staff for further clarity.

Future Possibilities
This course will prepare students for future academic and vocational opportunities in Theatre and Film, Broadcasting, Law, Communications, Journalism, Teaching, Early Childhood and many other areas that focus on the application of key competencies.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs J. Grubb

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $25.00 to cover admission to one live professional performance during the year.

Recommended Prior Learning: 8 Credits in Year 12 Drama or approval from Head of Department.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91514 v4Drama 3.3 - Interpret a text from a prescribed playwright to demonstrate knowledge of a theatre form or period
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91515 v2Drama 3.4 - Select and use complex performance skills associated with a drama form or period
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91513 v2Drama 3.2 - Devise and perform a drama to realise a concept
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 91512 v1Drama 3.1 - Interpret scripted text to integrate drama techniques in performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91518 v2Drama 3.7 - Demonstrate understanding of live drama performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91514 v4Drama 3.3 - Interpret a text from a prescribed playwright to demonstrate knowledge of a theatre form or period
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91515 v2Drama 3.4 - Select and use complex performance skills associated with a drama form or period
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91513 v2Drama 3.2 - Devise and perform a drama to realise a concept
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 91512 v1Drama 3.1 - Interpret scripted text to integrate drama techniques in performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91518 v2Drama 3.7 - Demonstrate understanding of live drama performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Drama and Dance Pathway Booklet - 2021

PRO31F - THEATRE PRODUCTION 31F

This course requires 2 options.

This course will provide students with the opportunity to put together a significant musical production in a variety of roles. In the first half of the year they will choose in which capacity they will be a part of the teacher directed major production choosing from the following; performing, lighting operation and design, set design, sound operation, costume design and creation, make up design and application or stage management and front of house management. Students will then have the opportunity to create and facilitate their own smaller scale performance in the second half of the course, again choosing which of the standards listed above they would like to explore - with the addition of script writing and directing.

The course is assessed by a mixture of Achievement Standards and Unit Standards. The standards are listed below. Students will not be able to attempt and gain all the credits listed. It is advised that they attempt a maximum total number of 25 credits.

If a student achieves 14 credits from the Achievement Standards, this course can count as an Approved Subject for University Entrance. However, if a student chooses both Production 31F and Drama 31F the credits gained in both subjects will count towards ONE approved subject only, NOT two separate subjects. Please see Careers staff for further clarity.

All students enroled in the course and wishing to undertake the acting component, although guaranteed inclusion in the course, must still audition to determine their role in the show.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs J. Grubb

Recommended Prior Learning: HOD Approval is required as well as availability for performances and dress rehearsal.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91516 v1Drama 3.5 - Demonstrate understanding of the work of a drama or theatre theorist or practitioner
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91517 v2Drama 3.6 - Perform a substantial acting role in a significant production
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
5r
A.S. 91519 v1Drama 3.8 - Script a drama suitable for live performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
5w
A.S. 91520 v2Drama 3.9 - Direct a drama performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
5r
U.S. 28002 v1Research, develop and visually communicate a costume design concept for a given work
I
6
U.S. 28003 v2Research, develop and apply a stage lighting design concept for a given work
I
6
U.S. 28004 v1Research, develop, visually communicate and apply a make-up design concept for a given work
I
6
U.S. 28005 v1Stage manage a production
I
6
U.S. 28006 v3Research, develop and visually communicate a set design concept for a given work
I
6
U.S. 28007 v3Select and apply a range of processes to enhance sound in a performance context
I
6
U.S. 28008 v3Apply set construction skills to meet a set design concept for a given work
I
3
A.S. 91516 v1Drama 3.5 - Demonstrate understanding of the work of a drama or theatre theorist or practitioner
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91517 v2Drama 3.6 - Perform a substantial acting role in a significant production
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
5r
A.S. 91519 v1Drama 3.8 - Script a drama suitable for live performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
5w
A.S. 91520 v2Drama 3.9 - Direct a drama performance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
5r
U.S. 28002 v1Research, develop and visually communicate a costume design concept for a given work
I
6
U.S. 28003 v2Research, develop and apply a stage lighting design concept for a given work
I
6
U.S. 28004 v1Research, develop, visually communicate and apply a make-up design concept for a given work
I
6
U.S. 28005 v1Stage manage a production
I
6
U.S. 28006 v3Research, develop and visually communicate a set design concept for a given work
I
6
U.S. 28007 v3Select and apply a range of processes to enhance sound in a performance context
I
6
U.S. 28008 v3Apply set construction skills to meet a set design concept for a given work
I
3
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


English



English Pathway Booklet - 2021

ENL33S - ENGLISH FOR UE LITERACY 33S - Semester 2

This course requires 1 option.

This course is for students who require University Entrance literacy and have not met this requirement in a Year 12 English course. Students will complete Achievement Standard 2.4 Writing Portfolio and Achievement Standard 2.8 Information Literacy Research.
There are other standards available for students to choose from and they are listed below.
Students must attend all classes to achieve 6 UE writing and 4 UE reading credits.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs J. Dwan

Recommended Prior Learning: Open Entry

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91102 v2English 2.5 - Construct and deliver a crafted and controlled oral text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91105 v2English 2.8 - Use information literacy skills to form developed conclusion(s)
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91106 v1English 2.9 - Form developed personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91475 v1English 3.4 - Produce a selection of fluent and coherent writing which develops, sustains, and structures ideas
I
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91476 v1English 3.5 - Create and deliver a fluent and coherent oral text which develops, sustains, and structures ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91478 v1English 3.7 - Respond critically to significant connections across texts, supported by evidence
I
4
Y
A.S. 91480 v1English 3.9 - Respond critically to significant aspects of visual and/or oral text(s) through close reading, supported by evidence
I
3
Y
A.S. 91102 v2English 2.5 - Construct and deliver a crafted and controlled oral text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91105 v2English 2.8 - Use information literacy skills to form developed conclusion(s)
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91106 v1English 2.9 - Form developed personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91475 v1English 3.4 - Produce a selection of fluent and coherent writing which develops, sustains, and structures ideas
I
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91476 v1English 3.5 - Create and deliver a fluent and coherent oral text which develops, sustains, and structures ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91478 v1English 3.7 - Respond critically to significant connections across texts, supported by evidence
I
4
Y
A.S. 91480 v1English 3.9 - Respond critically to significant aspects of visual and/or oral text(s) through close reading, supported by evidence
I
3
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


English Pathway Booklet - 2021

-

This course requires option.


English Pathway Booklet - 2021

-

This course requires option.


English Pathway Booklet - 2021

-

This course requires option.


English Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


English Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


English Pathway Booklet - 2021

ENG23F - ENGLISH COMMUNICATION 23F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

In this course students:
• present graphic presentations • learn interview skills • conduct interviews • work in a team
• manage their own learning programme • learn note taking skills • conduct meetings
• develop peer feedback skills

Students complete Communications Skills Unit Standards and are individually offered other standards from the list below to meet learning needs.

This course is suitable for students who have gained Level 1 Literacy but who find English difficult. It does not lead to Level 3 English courses nor is it a pathway to University Entrance (UE) Literacy.

The course provides good skills for students who transitioning out of school.

Teacher in Charge: Mr R. Adams

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $10.00 course costs

Recommended Prior Learning:

HOD approval required. This course is ONLY suitable for students who HAVE gained Level 1 Literacy.


AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 7117 v6Develop strategies to enhance own learning
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
A.S. 91107 v1English 2.10 - Analyse aspects of visual and/or oral text(s) through close viewing and/or listening, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
U.S. 9705 v7Give feedback on performance in the workplace
I
3
A.S. 90854 v2English 1.10 - Form personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91106 v1English 2.9 - Form developed personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
U.S. 7118 v6Manage own learning in a programme
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 1280 v7Use graphics in communication
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 12383 v8Explore career options and their implications
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 10791 v5Participate in an informal meeting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 9677 v10Communicate in a team or group which has an objective
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 1294 v7Be interviewed in a formal interview
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 3492 v7Write a short report
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 2989 v6Select, read, and assess texts on a topic
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 7117 v6Develop strategies to enhance own learning
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
A.S. 91107 v1English 2.10 - Analyse aspects of visual and/or oral text(s) through close viewing and/or listening, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
U.S. 9705 v7Give feedback on performance in the workplace
I
3
A.S. 90854 v2English 1.10 - Form personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91106 v1English 2.9 - Form developed personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
U.S. 7118 v6Manage own learning in a programme
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 1280 v7Use graphics in communication
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 12383 v8Explore career options and their implications
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 10791 v5Participate in an informal meeting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 9677 v10Communicate in a team or group which has an objective
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 1294 v7Be interviewed in a formal interview
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 3492 v7Write a short report
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 2989 v6Select, read, and assess texts on a topic
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


English Pathway Booklet - 2021

ENG22F - ENGLISH VISUAL 22F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course leads on from English Level 11F or English with Media 11F. Students will develop English skills and gain UE literacy credits in a fun, visual way. In Visual English students will be exposed to a wide range of visual texts including films, documentaries, and vlogs. We will focus on doing fewer assessments and student centered learning.
Please note that students can choose between Achievement Standards 91102 and 91104.

Assessment
All assessments are NCEA achievement standards and offer students up to 19 credits.
(including 4 UE Writing credits & 4 UE reading credits).

Future Possibilities
Students can continue their study of NCEA English at Level 3. NB: This course provides up to 8 of the 10 credits required for University Entrance literacy. This is an excellent option for students who wish to gain UE, but do not want to study literature.

Teacher in Charge: Mr R. Adams

Recommended Prior Learning: 14 Level 1 English credits.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91099 v4English 2.2 - Analyse specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91102 v2English 2.5 - Construct and deliver a crafted and controlled oral text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91103 v2English 2.6 - Create a crafted and controlled visual and verbal text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91104 v2English 2.7 - Analyse significant connections across texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91106 v1English 2.9 - Form developed personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91107 v1English 2.10 - Analyse aspects of visual and/or oral text(s) through close viewing and/or listening, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91099 v4English 2.2 - Analyse specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91102 v2English 2.5 - Construct and deliver a crafted and controlled oral text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91103 v2English 2.6 - Create a crafted and controlled visual and verbal text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91104 v2English 2.7 - Analyse significant connections across texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91106 v1English 2.9 - Form developed personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91107 v1English 2.10 - Analyse aspects of visual and/or oral text(s) through close viewing and/or listening, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


English Pathway Booklet - 2021

ENG31F - ENGLISH 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

English 31F leads on from English 21F or English with Media 21F. The keyword for this course is FLEXIBILITY. English 31F teachers and students design a course which best fits the learner's individual needs. Students may focus on completing 16 internal credits OR if they wish, they may add external examination papers.
English 31F will help students develop excellent research and writing skills for success in university study. The course includes original writing, oral seminar, research, literature and film study.

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs J. Dwan

Recommended Prior Learning: 14 credits at Level 2. At least two Merit passes is an expectation for this course as the course comprises of significant study of literature.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91474 v1English 3.3 - Respond critically to significant aspects of unfamiliar written texts through close reading, supported by evidence
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91473 v1English 3.2 - Respond critically to specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), supported by evidence
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91472 v1English 3.1 - Respond critically to specified aspect(s) of studied written text(s), supported by evidence
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91476 v1English 3.5 - Create and deliver a fluent and coherent oral text which develops, sustains, and structures ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91480 v1English 3.9 - Respond critically to significant aspects of visual and/or oral text(s) through close reading, supported by evidence
I
3
Y
A.S. 91479 v1English 3.8 - Develop an informed understanding of literature and/or language using critical texts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91475 v1English 3.4 - Produce a selection of fluent and coherent writing which develops, sustains, and structures ideas
I
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91474 v1English 3.3 - Respond critically to significant aspects of unfamiliar written texts through close reading, supported by evidence
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91473 v1English 3.2 - Respond critically to specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), supported by evidence
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91472 v1English 3.1 - Respond critically to specified aspect(s) of studied written text(s), supported by evidence
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91476 v1English 3.5 - Create and deliver a fluent and coherent oral text which develops, sustains, and structures ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91480 v1English 3.9 - Respond critically to significant aspects of visual and/or oral text(s) through close reading, supported by evidence
I
3
Y
A.S. 91479 v1English 3.8 - Develop an informed understanding of literature and/or language using critical texts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91475 v1English 3.4 - Produce a selection of fluent and coherent writing which develops, sustains, and structures ideas
I
6
Y
6w
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


English Pathway Booklet - 2021

ENG32F - ENGLISH VISUAL 32F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students will study film, create visual texts, close view films, complete a seminar and sit at least one external examination.

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs J. Dwan

Recommended Prior Learning: 12 English credits at Level 2

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91478 v1English 3.7 - Respond critically to significant connections across texts, supported by evidence
I
4
Y
A.S. 91473 v1English 3.2 - Respond critically to specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), supported by evidence
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91099 v4English 2.2 - Analyse specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91477 v1English 3.6 - Create a fluent and coherent visual text which develops, sustains, and structures ideas using verbal and visual language
I
3
Y
A.S. 91478 v1English 3.7 - Respond critically to significant connections across texts, supported by evidence
I
4
Y
A.S. 91476 v1English 3.5 - Create and deliver a fluent and coherent oral text which develops, sustains, and structures ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91478 v1English 3.7 - Respond critically to significant connections across texts, supported by evidence
I
4
Y
A.S. 91473 v1English 3.2 - Respond critically to specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), supported by evidence
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91099 v4English 2.2 - Analyse specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91477 v1English 3.6 - Create a fluent and coherent visual text which develops, sustains, and structures ideas using verbal and visual language
I
3
Y
A.S. 91478 v1English 3.7 - Respond critically to significant connections across texts, supported by evidence
I
4
Y
A.S. 91476 v1English 3.5 - Create and deliver a fluent and coherent oral text which develops, sustains, and structures ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


English Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


English Pathway Booklet - 2021

ENG21F - ENGLISH 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

English 21F is designed to be flexible to suit individual student learning needs. It leads on from English 11E, 11F or English with Media 11F. It is designed for students who are able in English, and interested in studying some literature. It will develop a student's ability to think critically about "big ideas". This course is ideal for those who wish to think creatively, communicate articulately, hone their writing skills and attend university.

Assessment.
All assessments are NCEA Achievement Standards and are internally or externally assessed. Students have the opportunity to gain up to 24 credits from the standards listed below. They can gain the required 10 UE literacy credits if they do external examinations.

Future Possibilities
Students can continue their study of English at Level 3 in either the 31F or 32F course.
English 21F is perfect for able students who are interested in pursuing university studies in any subject area.

Teacher in Charge: Mr R. Adams

Recommended Prior Learning: 14 Level 1 credits with at least two Merit passes from the three external standards is the expectation for students studying this course.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91098 v3English 2.1 - Analyse specified aspect(s) of studied written text(s), supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91099 v4English 2.2 - Analyse specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91100 v2English 2.3 - Analyse significant aspects of unfamiliar written text(s) through close reading, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91101 v2English 2.4 - Produce a selection of crafted and controlled writing
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91102 v2English 2.5 - Construct and deliver a crafted and controlled oral text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91103 v2English 2.6 - Create a crafted and controlled visual and verbal text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91104 v2English 2.7 - Analyse significant connections across texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91106 v1English 2.9 - Form developed personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91107 v1English 2.10 - Analyse aspects of visual and/or oral text(s) through close viewing and/or listening, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91098 v3English 2.1 - Analyse specified aspect(s) of studied written text(s), supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91099 v4English 2.2 - Analyse specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91100 v2English 2.3 - Analyse significant aspects of unfamiliar written text(s) through close reading, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91101 v2English 2.4 - Produce a selection of crafted and controlled writing
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91102 v2English 2.5 - Construct and deliver a crafted and controlled oral text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91103 v2English 2.6 - Create a crafted and controlled visual and verbal text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91104 v2English 2.7 - Analyse significant connections across texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91106 v1English 2.9 - Form developed personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91107 v1English 2.10 - Analyse aspects of visual and/or oral text(s) through close viewing and/or listening, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


English Pathway Booklet - 2021

ENG33S - ENGLISH FOR UE LITERACY 33S - Semester 1

This course requires 1 option.

This course is for students who require University Entrance literacy and have not met this requirement in a Year 12 English course. Students will complete Achievement Standard 2.4 Writing Portfolio and Achievement Standard 2.8 Information Literacy Research.
There are other standards available for students to choose from and they are listed below.
Students must attend all classes to achieve 6 UE writing and 4 UE reading credits.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs J. Dwan

Recommended Prior Learning: HOD approval required.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91101 v2English 2.4 - Produce a selection of crafted and controlled writing
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91105 v2English 2.8 - Use information literacy skills to form developed conclusion(s)
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91102 v2English 2.5 - Construct and deliver a crafted and controlled oral text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91106 v1English 2.9 - Form developed personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91475 v1English 3.4 - Produce a selection of fluent and coherent writing which develops, sustains, and structures ideas
I
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91476 v1English 3.5 - Create and deliver a fluent and coherent oral text which develops, sustains, and structures ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91478 v1English 3.7 - Respond critically to significant connections across texts, supported by evidence
I
4
Y
A.S. 91480 v1English 3.9 - Respond critically to significant aspects of visual and/or oral text(s) through close reading, supported by evidence
I
3
Y
A.S. 91101 v2English 2.4 - Produce a selection of crafted and controlled writing
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91105 v2English 2.8 - Use information literacy skills to form developed conclusion(s)
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91102 v2English 2.5 - Construct and deliver a crafted and controlled oral text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91106 v1English 2.9 - Form developed personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91475 v1English 3.4 - Produce a selection of fluent and coherent writing which develops, sustains, and structures ideas
I
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91476 v1English 3.5 - Create and deliver a fluent and coherent oral text which develops, sustains, and structures ideas
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91478 v1English 3.7 - Respond critically to significant connections across texts, supported by evidence
I
4
Y
A.S. 91480 v1English 3.9 - Respond critically to significant aspects of visual and/or oral text(s) through close reading, supported by evidence
I
3
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


English Pathway Booklet - 2021

MED31F - MEDIA 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

In MEDIA 31F students will:
- research their favourite genre
- design and plan a media product (short film, documentary or magazine feature article)
- write a media text (script or feature article)
- and produce a media product (short film, documentary or magazine feature article)
To allow students to use MED31F as one of their approved UE subjects, they have the choice of one other internal assessment or external assessment to enable them to gain the required 14 credits.

Teacher in Charge: Ms H. MacGougan

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30-course contribution
A visual diary, post-its, and a USB. Your own device will be helpful but is not compulsory.

Recommended Prior Learning:

If a student meets checkpoints, works collaboratively, and has good self-management skills then Media is a good choice for them. Successful completion of any of the following courses could be useful:
MED 21F
or ENG 21F
or DTM21F, DTP21F
or ARD21F
If you are new to Media, apply for entry to the TIC of Media, Ms. Helen MacGougan.

Future Possibilities
This course prepares the student for studying media and communication, Broadcasting school, film production, magazine production, media design, general media production and future study/career in a media-related industry.


AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91493 v2Media Studies 3.4 - Demonstrate understanding of a relationship between a media genre and society
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91491 v2Media Studies 3.2 - Demonstrate understanding of the meaning of a media text through different readings
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91495 v1Media Studies 3.6 - Produce a media product to meet the requirements of a brief
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91497 v1Media Studies 3.8 - Write a media text to meet the requirements of a brief
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
3w
A.S. 91494 v1Media Studies 3.5 - Produce a design for a media product that meets the requirements of a brief
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91493 v2Media Studies 3.4 - Demonstrate understanding of a relationship between a media genre and society
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91491 v2Media Studies 3.2 - Demonstrate understanding of the meaning of a media text through different readings
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91495 v1Media Studies 3.6 - Produce a media product to meet the requirements of a brief
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91497 v1Media Studies 3.8 - Write a media text to meet the requirements of a brief
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
3w
A.S. 91494 v1Media Studies 3.5 - Produce a design for a media product that meets the requirements of a brief
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


English Pathway Booklet - 2021

ENG1XF - LEVEL 1 ENGLISH - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

The English Department will place students in the class that bests suits their learning needs. This will be done in consultation with students and whanau.

Extension English

This course is for students who excel in English and who wish to develop their higher level thinking skills and gain a deeper understanding of literature. They will explore a range of texts (for their big ideas and what they teach us about the world), different forms of writing, be encouraged to think in different ways and to feel personally connected to what they read.

This is an Achievement Standard based course. Students should be at curriculum levels 6 and above and/or are recommended by a teacher to gain entry to this course.

The following standards will be offered: 90851, 90850, 90052, 90854, 90853, 90856 - refer to the table.
Note - some standards are optional.

English with Media

This is English with a twist, a 11F course with a contemporary media focus. Term 1: students study social media and how it affects us. Term 2-3: students look at advertising and create their own group advert for a technology product. This is worth 12 credits. Term 3 students study film and complete two standards one internal and one external. Students can gain 13 English credits and 12 Media Studies credits from the standards offered.

Students must be approved for the course by the TiC Media. The following standards will be offered: 90850, 90994, 90993, 90856, 90851 - refer to the table.

General English

Students will think critically and form opinions based on a wide range of texts including film, vlogs, blogs, fiction and non-fiction texts. Students study film and written texts and develop their writing skills. Assessment is a mixture of Internal and External Achievement Standards.

Students should be at curriculum levels 5-5+ to gain entry to this course. There are 18 credits available in Year 11, plus 3 from the Speech Achievement Standard which is undertaken in Year 10.

The following standards will be offered: 90851, 90850, 90856, 90853, 90854 - refer to the table.

Literacy English

This course is aimed at students who need to work on their literacy skills. Students will construct their CV, practice writing letters of application for a job and do a job interview. They will then focus on road safety advertising from television and online sources. They will develop their listening skills, write an incident report and complete two pieces of writing.

This course includes Unit and Achievement Standards. It has been constructed for students who need a little extra help in English. Students may have gaps in their learning or they may have struggled to get to Curriculum Level 5 during Year 10. This course is not suggested for those students who plan on going to University.

The course offers between 22 and 26 credits and the opportunity to gain Level 1 Literacy.

The standards offered: 26622, 26624, 26625, 1273, 1293, 90856, 2970, 90850, 90853, 90951 - refer to the table
Note - some standards are optional

Inquiry English

Inquiry English is a course for students who find English challenging. The course uses high interest literature and film with a focus on gaining the 10 credits necessary for NCEA Level 1 Literacy. During the units of study students may work together or individually. Students will be given a choice of the type of assessment they would like to complete at the end of each unit of study. Evidence for the Literacy Unit Standards will be taken from the work they have completed. All assessment work will be individual and completed in class.

This course has been developed for those who need extra help with their English and who have struggled to get above Levels 3- 4 of the curriculum. There are 14 Level 1 credits which are all internally assessed Unit Standards.

The following standards will be offered: 26622, 26624, 26625, 7120, 7121 - refer to the table.

Teacher in Charge: Ms H. MacGougan

Recommended Prior Learning: as described in the course summaries above

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 90053 v4English 1.5 - Produce formal writing
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90856 v1English 1.11 - Show understanding of visual and/or oral text(s) through close viewing and/or listening, using supporting evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90854 v2English 1.10 - Form personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
U.S. 504 v8Produce a CV (curriculum vitae)
I
2
U.S. 2970 v7Independently read texts about life experiences which relate to a personal identified interest
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 7121 v6Demonstrate skills to search and select information
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 7120 v6Demonstrate knowledge of note taking
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 1293 v7Be interviewed in an informal, one-to-one, face-to-face interview
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 1273 v8Express ideas in writing and write an original story
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 26625 v1Actively participate in spoken interactions
I
3
Y
U.S. 26622 v4Write to communicate ideas for a purpose and audience
I
4
Y
U.S. 26624 v5Read texts with understanding
I
3
Y
A.S. 90993 v3Media Studies 1.5 - Produce a design and plan for a media product using a specified range of conventions
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
A.S. 90994 v3Media Studies 1.6 - Complete a media product from a design and plan using a specified range of conventions
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 90850 v4English 1.2 - Show understanding of specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), using supporting evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90851 v2English 1.3 - Show understanding of significant aspects of unfamiliar written text(s) through close reading, using supporting evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90052 v1English 1.1 - Produce creative writing
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90053 v4English 1.5 - Produce formal writing
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90856 v1English 1.11 - Show understanding of visual and/or oral text(s) through close viewing and/or listening, using supporting evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90854 v2English 1.10 - Form personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
U.S. 504 v8Produce a CV (curriculum vitae)
I
2
U.S. 2970 v7Independently read texts about life experiences which relate to a personal identified interest
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 7121 v6Demonstrate skills to search and select information
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 7120 v6Demonstrate knowledge of note taking
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 1293 v7Be interviewed in an informal, one-to-one, face-to-face interview
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 1273 v8Express ideas in writing and write an original story
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 26625 v1Actively participate in spoken interactions
I
3
Y
U.S. 26622 v4Write to communicate ideas for a purpose and audience
I
4
Y
U.S. 26624 v5Read texts with understanding
I
3
Y
A.S. 90993 v3Media Studies 1.5 - Produce a design and plan for a media product using a specified range of conventions
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
A.S. 90994 v3Media Studies 1.6 - Complete a media product from a design and plan using a specified range of conventions
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 90850 v4English 1.2 - Show understanding of specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), using supporting evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90851 v2English 1.3 - Show understanding of significant aspects of unfamiliar written text(s) through close reading, using supporting evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90052 v1English 1.1 - Produce creative writing
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


English Pathway Booklet - 2021

MED21F - MEDIA 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

In MEDIA 21F students will focus on film genre, especially horror, and ideas such as representation and the evolution of genre. They will:
- research their favourite genre
- design and plan a film trailer
- write a media text (script)
- and produce a film trailer
Students will also have the choice of one other internal assessment or external assessment. Note: students may also take Year 12 English as a further subject if they wish.

Future Possibilities
This course prepares you for studying media and communication, Broadcasting school, film production, magazine production, media design, general media production and future study/career in a media-related industry.

Teacher in Charge: Ms H. MacGougan

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $20.00 for media resources

Recommended Prior Learning: If a student meets checkpoints, works collaboratively, and has good self-management skills then Media is a good choice for them.
Successful completion of any of the following courses could be useful:
MED 11F or ENG 11F
or DTI11F
Students new to Media, will need to apply for entry to the TIC of Media Ms. Helen MacGougan.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91255 v3Media Studies 2.8 - Write developed media text for a specific target audience
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
3w
A.S. 91251 v4Media Studies 2.4 - Demonstrate understanding of an aspect of a media genre
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91253 v1Media Studies 2.6 - Complete a developed media product from a design and plan using a range of conventions
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91252 v1Media Studies 2.5 - Produce a design and plan for a developed media product using a range of conventions
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91255 v3Media Studies 2.8 - Write developed media text for a specific target audience
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
3w
A.S. 91251 v4Media Studies 2.4 - Demonstrate understanding of an aspect of a media genre
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91253 v1Media Studies 2.6 - Complete a developed media product from a design and plan using a range of conventions
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91252 v1Media Studies 2.5 - Produce a design and plan for a developed media product using a range of conventions
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Food and Textiles




Food and Textiles Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


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This course requires option.


Food and Textiles Pathway Booklet - 2021

CAT32F - HOSPITALITY - CATERING 32F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students gain an introduction into the hospitality industry allowing them to develop the necessary skills for part time employment.

Topics covered include: culinary products and terms, food safety methods in business and nutrition in a commercial hospitality environment. There may be an opportunity to complete an extra 2 credit course about coffee if there is student need or demand.

There will be a 2-hour practical lesson every week that relates to the material being learned. However, the assessments are theory based. There are no practical assessments.

This course is open for all students, including those who did not take Level 1 or Level 2 Hospitality and Cheffing.

Future Possibilities
Students who complete this course may choose to look for employment opportunities within the hospitality industry or further their education through tertiary providers such as ARA, looking at barista training, bakery training etc.

Teacher in Charge: Miss M. Skidmore

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $170.00 for ingredients

Recommended Prior Learning: Open Entry

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 18497 v7Demonstrate knowledge of culinary products, terms, and food preparation methods
I
8
U.S. 13343 v6Demonstrate knowledge of nutrition in commercial catering
I
5
U.S. 168 v7Demonstrate knowledge of food contamination hazards, and control methods used in a food establishment
I
4
U.S. 167 v8Practise food safety methods in a food business under supervision
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 18497 v7Demonstrate knowledge of culinary products, terms, and food preparation methods
I
8
U.S. 13343 v6Demonstrate knowledge of nutrition in commercial catering
I
5
U.S. 168 v7Demonstrate knowledge of food contamination hazards, and control methods used in a food establishment
I
4
U.S. 167 v8Practise food safety methods in a food business under supervision
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Food and Textiles Pathway Booklet - 2021

TXT11F - DESIGN and TEXTILES TECHNOLOGY 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students complete two major units of work that encompass several achievement standards.

Students will demonstrate their understanding of design elements and use this to produce garments suitable for specific situations. Basic pattern adaptations are used to ensure garments produced fit the person for whom they are intended. A portfolio of work is produced to support the practical components of this subject. Students will also develop their free hand drawing skills.

Future Possibilities
This course aims to provide a grounding in important skills and knowledge that will prepare students for Design and Textile Technology 21F & 31F as well as future tertiary education at providers such as ARA.

Teacher in Charge: Miss M. Skidmore

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30.00 plus materials.

Recommended Prior Learning: Year 9 & 10 Design and Textiles Technology would be an advantage, but not essential.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91046 v3Generic Technology 1.3 - Use design ideas to produce a conceptual design for an outcome to address a brief
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91053 v4Generic Technology 1.10 - Demonstrate understanding of design elements
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
Y
A.S. 91058 v3Construction and Mechanical Technologies 1.21 - Implement basic procedures using textile materials to make a specified product
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91096 v2Construction and Mechanical Technologies 1.26 - Make basic adaptations to a pattern to enable a design to fit a person or item
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91046 v3Generic Technology 1.3 - Use design ideas to produce a conceptual design for an outcome to address a brief
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91053 v4Generic Technology 1.10 - Demonstrate understanding of design elements
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
E
3
Y
A.S. 91058 v3Construction and Mechanical Technologies 1.21 - Implement basic procedures using textile materials to make a specified product
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91096 v2Construction and Mechanical Technologies 1.26 - Make basic adaptations to a pattern to enable a design to fit a person or item
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Food and Textiles Pathway Booklet - 2021

TXT21F - DESIGN and TEXTILES TECHNOLOGY 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students design and make a textile garment and use advanced pattern adaptions to ensure the garment fits a nominated person. Visual communication skills are used to generate design ideas which are guided by the development of a brief to address a technological issue.

Future Possibilities
This course aims to provide a grounding in important skills and knowledge that will continue to prepare students for Design and Textile Technology 31F as well as future tertiary education at providers such as ARA.

Teacher in Charge: Miss M. Skidmore

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30.00 plus materials.

Recommended Prior Learning: Design and Textiles Technology 11F would be an advantage, but not essential.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91363 v3Generic Technology 2.10 - Demonstrate understanding of sustainability in design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 91345 v1Construction and Mechanical Technologies 2.21 - Implement advanced procedures using textile materials to make a specified product with special features
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91356 v3Generic Technology 2.3 - Develop a conceptual design for an outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91350 v4Construction and Mechanical Technologies 2.26 - Make advanced adaptations to a pattern to change the structural and style features of a design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91363 v3Generic Technology 2.10 - Demonstrate understanding of sustainability in design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 91345 v1Construction and Mechanical Technologies 2.21 - Implement advanced procedures using textile materials to make a specified product with special features
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91356 v3Generic Technology 2.3 - Develop a conceptual design for an outcome
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91350 v4Construction and Mechanical Technologies 2.26 - Make advanced adaptations to a pattern to change the structural and style features of a design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Food and Textiles Pathway Booklet - 2021

TXT31F - DESIGN and TEXTILES TECHNOLOGY 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students will design and develop an outfit for a specialised purpose incorporating an applied design. A portfolio of work is produced to support the practical aspects of this course. They may choose to draft their own pattern for their outfit.

Future Possibilities
This course aims to provide a grounding in important skills and knowledge that will prepare students for future tertiary education in Design and Textiles at providers such as ARA.

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Miss M. Skidmore

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30.00 plus materials.

Recommended Prior Learning: 21F Design and Textiles Technology would be an advantage, but not essential.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91617 v3Generic Technology 3.10 - Undertake a critique of a technological outcome's design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91610 v2Generic Technology 3.3 - Develop a conceptual design considering fitness for purpose in the broadest sense
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91623 v3Construction and Mechanical Technologies 3.23 - Implement complex procedures to create an applied design for a specified product
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91621 v3Construction and Mechanical Technologies 3.21 - Implement complex procedures using textile materials to make a specified product
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91617 v3Generic Technology 3.10 - Undertake a critique of a technological outcome's design
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91610 v2Generic Technology 3.3 - Develop a conceptual design considering fitness for purpose in the broadest sense
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91623 v3Construction and Mechanical Technologies 3.23 - Implement complex procedures to create an applied design for a specified product
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91621 v3Construction and Mechanical Technologies 3.21 - Implement complex procedures using textile materials to make a specified product
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Food and Textiles Pathway Booklet - 2021

CHC22S - CHILDCARE 22S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

This course provides an introduction to the National Certificate of Early Childhood Education and Care and will lead to further training in the Early Childhood sector. The course includes a practical component where students will work with young children developing knowledge around care, nutrition, behaviour and child development.

Future Possibilities
This course aims to prepare senior students for tertiary education in the fields of Childcare and Early Childhood Education.

Teacher in Charge: Miss M. Skidmore

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $65.00.

Recommended Prior Learning: Level 1 Literacy is required.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 26707 v3Describe the value of play and create resources for children's development and learning in an ECE service
I
6
U.S. 6632v5Apply knowledge of age-related nutrition needs in providing food for a child
I
5
U.S. 10021 v6Describe the basic needs of children in an ECE service
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
U.S. 6401 v6Provide first aid
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Primary Industries credits
  • 1 Services Industries credits
  • 1 Social & Community Services credits
I
1
U.S. 6402 v8Provide basic life support
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Primary Industries credits
  • 1 Services Industries credits
  • 1 Social & Community Services credits
I
1
U.S. 6400 v6Manage first aid in an emergency situation
I
2
U.S. 26707 v3Describe the value of play and create resources for children's development and learning in an ECE service
I
6
U.S. 6632v5Apply knowledge of age-related nutrition needs in providing food for a child
I
5
U.S. 10021 v6Describe the basic needs of children in an ECE service
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
U.S. 6401 v6Provide first aid
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Primary Industries credits
  • 1 Services Industries credits
  • 1 Social & Community Services credits
I
1
U.S. 6402 v8Provide basic life support
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Primary Industries credits
  • 1 Services Industries credits
  • 1 Social & Community Services credits
I
1
U.S. 6400 v6Manage first aid in an emergency situation
I
2
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Food and Textiles Pathway Booklet - 2021

COL22S - COMMUNITY LIFE SKILLS 22S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

Students that study this course will gain a range of knowledge and skills necessary for independent living including;
• financial capability skills.
• practical cooking skills.
• knowledge of the rights and responsibilities for someone embarking on independent living (for example The Residential Tenancies Act).
• self-management skills.
• an awareness of community support services.
• First Aid skills.

Teacher in Charge: Miss M. Skidmore

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $60.00.

Recommended Prior Learning: Open Entry

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 1827 v8Identify support services and resources within the community
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 24699 v3Make an informed decision relating to personal income and explain its impacts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 12354 v5Describe legal implications of living in rented accommodation and means to prevent and resolve related problems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 6401 v6Provide first aid
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Primary Industries credits
  • 1 Services Industries credits
  • 1 Social & Community Services credits
I
1
U.S. 6402 v8Provide basic life support
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Primary Industries credits
  • 1 Services Industries credits
  • 1 Social & Community Services credits
I
1
U.S. 6400 v6Manage first aid in an emergency situation
I
2
U.S. 1827 v8Identify support services and resources within the community
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 24699 v3Make an informed decision relating to personal income and explain its impacts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 12354 v5Describe legal implications of living in rented accommodation and means to prevent and resolve related problems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 6401 v6Provide first aid
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Primary Industries credits
  • 1 Services Industries credits
  • 1 Social & Community Services credits
I
1
U.S. 6402 v8Provide basic life support
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Primary Industries credits
  • 1 Services Industries credits
  • 1 Social & Community Services credits
I
1
U.S. 6400 v6Manage first aid in an emergency situation
I
2
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Food and Textiles Pathway Booklet - 2021

FNU11F - FOOD and NUTRITION 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

By studying nutrition students will gain a solid base for critical thinking and communication skills that can be transferred to numerous areas of study.

Students will demonstrate knowledge of practices relating to safe food handling issues. They will investigate the nutritional needs of adolescents and discuss how society impacts on food choices and well-being. The influence of food packaging information will be examined for external assessment purposes. Students can expect to participate in practical food experiences once a week.

Nutrition provides a diverse range of career specialisations including working in nutrition and health care and numerous tertiary providers, including universities, offer courses which follow on from the broad knowledge gained from this course.

Access to a device would be an advantage when completing the theory component of this course.

Teacher in Charge: Miss M. Skidmore

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $110.00.

Recommended Prior Learning: Year 9 & 10 Food & Nutrition or Food Technology would be an advantage, but not essential.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 90961 v3Home Economics 1.6 - Demonstrate understanding of how packaging information influences an individual's food choices and well-being
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90959 v3Home Economics 1.4 - Demonstrate knowledge of practices and strategies to address food handling issues
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 90956 v2Home Economics 1.1 - Demonstrate knowledge of an individual's nutritional needs
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
A.S. 90957 v3Home Economics 1.2 - Demonstrate understanding of societal influences on an individual's food choices and well-being
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 90961 v3Home Economics 1.6 - Demonstrate understanding of how packaging information influences an individual's food choices and well-being
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90959 v3Home Economics 1.4 - Demonstrate knowledge of practices and strategies to address food handling issues
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 90956 v2Home Economics 1.1 - Demonstrate knowledge of an individual's nutritional needs
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
A.S. 90957 v3Home Economics 1.2 - Demonstrate understanding of societal influences on an individual's food choices and well-being
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Food and Textiles Pathway Booklet - 2021

FNU21F - FOOD and NUTRITION 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

By studying nutrition students will gain a solid base for critical thinking and communication skills that can be transferred to numerous areas of study.

Students will analyse issues related to the provision of food for people with specific food needs. The beliefs, attitudes and practices relating to nutritional issues for New Zealand families will be explored. Food choices and eating patterns will be examined for external assessment purposes. Students can expect to participate in practical food experiences once a week.

Future Possibilities
Nutrition provides a diverse range of career specialisations including working in nutrition and health care and numerous tertiary providers, including universities, offer courses which follow on from the broad knowledge gained from this course.

Access to a device would be an advantage when completing the theory component of this course.

Teacher in Charge: Miss M. Skidmore

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $110.00.

Recommended Prior Learning: Food and Nutrition 11F would be an advantage, but not essential.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91301 v2Home Economics 2.3 - Analyse beliefs, attitudes and practices related to a nutritional issue for families in New Zealand
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 91299 v1Home Economics 2.1 - Analyse issues related to the provision of food for people with specific food needs
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 91300 v2Home Economics 2.2 - Analyse the relationship between well-being, food choices and determinants of health
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91304 v2Home Economics 2.6 - Evaluate health promoting strategies designed to address a nutritional need
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91301 v2Home Economics 2.3 - Analyse beliefs, attitudes and practices related to a nutritional issue for families in New Zealand
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 91299 v1Home Economics 2.1 - Analyse issues related to the provision of food for people with specific food needs
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 91300 v2Home Economics 2.2 - Analyse the relationship between well-being, food choices and determinants of health
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91304 v2Home Economics 2.6 - Evaluate health promoting strategies designed to address a nutritional need
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
E
4
Y
4w
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Food and Textiles Pathway Booklet - 2021

FNU31F - FOOD and NUTRITION 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

By studying nutrition students will gain a solid base for critical thinking and communication skills that can be transferred to numerous areas of study.

Students will use a comprehensive understanding of appropriate nutrition to investigate a nutritional issue and a food related ethical dilemma affecting the well-being of New Zealanders. Students will then use their understanding of; nutrition, critical thinking in relation to well-being and societal justice to participate in two external exams looking at the influences of media messages on food choices and evaluating conflicting nutritional information.

Students can expect to participate in practical food experiences once a fortnight.

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Access to a device would be an advantage when completing the theory component of this course.

Future Possibilities
Nutrition provides a diverse range of career specialisations including Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Sports Nutrition, Food Science and Health care services. Numerous tertiary providers, including universities, offer courses which follow on from the broad knowledge gained from this course.

Teacher in Charge: Miss M. Skidmore

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $110.00.

Recommended Prior Learning: Evidence of Literacy achievement at Level 2 is desirable, along with prior knowledge of Food and Nutrition at either Level 1 or 2. However, students that do not meet these requirements may be granted entry after discussion with the teacher in charge. A reduced assessment load can be negotiated.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91471 v2Home Economics 3.6 - Analyse the influences of food advertising on well-being
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91470 v2Home Economics 3.5 - Evaluate conflicting nutritional information relevant to well-being in New Zealand society
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91468 v2Home Economics 3.3 - Analyse a food related ethical dilemma for New Zealand society
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
5r
A.S. 91466 v2Home Economics 3.1 - Investigate a nutritional issue affecting the well-being of New Zealand society
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
5r
A.S. 91471 v2Home Economics 3.6 - Analyse the influences of food advertising on well-being
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
E
4
Y
4w
A.S. 91470 v2Home Economics 3.5 - Evaluate conflicting nutritional information relevant to well-being in New Zealand society
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
E
4
Y
4r,4w
A.S. 91468 v2Home Economics 3.3 - Analyse a food related ethical dilemma for New Zealand society
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
5r
A.S. 91466 v2Home Economics 3.1 - Investigate a nutritional issue affecting the well-being of New Zealand society
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
5r
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Food and Textiles Pathway Booklet - 2021

CHF22S - HOSPITALITY - JUNIOR CHEF 22S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

Students will complete a course that covers a range of Level 2 Unit Standards involving; hygiene, knife skills, vegetable and meat cookery.

The course enables students to:
• Develop the skills and knowledge required of a junior chef
• Develop an awareness of food hygiene and food safety in a commercial environment
• Prepare and cook a range of foods every week to a professional standard
• Visit chefs in their commercial environment

Teacher in Charge: Miss M. Skidmore

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $90.00 for ingredients and kitchen uniform.

Recommended Prior Learning: Experience of cooking, even at home is an advantage but not a prerequisite.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 13283 v5Prepare and present salads for service
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 13276 v5Cook food items by grilling
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 13285 v5Handle and maintain knives in a commercial kitchen
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 167 v8Practise food safety methods in a food business under supervision
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 13283 v5Prepare and present salads for service
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 13276 v5Cook food items by grilling
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 13285 v5Handle and maintain knives in a commercial kitchen
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 167 v8Practise food safety methods in a food business under supervision
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Food and Textiles Pathway Booklet - 2021

CHF32F - HOSPITALITY - JUNIOR CHEF 32F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students will complete a course that has a focus on restaurant style food. Students develop their skills and knowledge through the preparation of food suitable for sale and consumption in a restaurant or café situation. Visits will be made to hospitality providers and food related businesses throughout the course.

Future Possibilities
Students who complete this course may choose to look for employment opportunities within the hospitality industry, or further their education through tertiary providers such as ARA to complete Chef, Hospitality, Barista or Bakery training.

Teacher in Charge: Miss M. Skidmore

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $190.00 towards ingredients and kitchen uniform.

Recommended Prior Learning: There is automatic acceptance for students who have successfully completed CHF22S as they will have Unit Standard 167, which is a prerequisite for the course. Students who have only completed RES22S will be considered.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 13310 v5Prepare and produce basic hot and cold dessert items in a commercial kitchen
I
5
U.S. 13293 v5Prepare and cook basic vegetable dishes in a commercial kitchen
I
6
U.S. 13288 v5Prepare and cook basic meat dishes in a commercial kitchen
I
8
U.S. 13310 v5Prepare and produce basic hot and cold dessert items in a commercial kitchen
I
5
U.S. 13293 v5Prepare and cook basic vegetable dishes in a commercial kitchen
I
6
U.S. 13288 v5Prepare and cook basic meat dishes in a commercial kitchen
I
8
  
Total Credits

Food and Textiles Pathway Booklet - 2021

RES22S - HOSPITALITY - RESTAURANT SERVICE 22S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

Students will complete a range of Level 2 Hospitality Unit Standards. Course content can include personal presentation, table service, waiting and serving hot and cold drinks.

This course enables students to;
• complete a First Aid certificate
• Learn about setting and clearing tables in a range of function settings e,g. restaurants, community dinners and celebration dinners
• design menus
• visit a range of restaurants, hospitality providers and businesses

Teacher in Charge: Miss M. Skidmore

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $90.00 for ingredients and kitchen uniform.

Recommended Prior Learning: A background in nutrition is an advantage.

Students need to be available for 3 evening practical assessments. Dates will be published early in the year.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 22234 v5Compare characteristics of international dishes and prepare and present international dishes
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 14425 v7Prepare and serve hot and cold non-alcoholic drinks for a commercial hospitality establishment
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
I
5
U.S. 14462 v7Maintain personal presentation and greet customers in the hospitality industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 14436 v7Provide table service for a commercial hospitality establishment
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 14434 v7Prepare and clear areas for table service for a commercial hospitality establishment
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 22234 v5Compare characteristics of international dishes and prepare and present international dishes
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 14425 v7Prepare and serve hot and cold non-alcoholic drinks for a commercial hospitality establishment
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
I
5
U.S. 14462 v7Maintain personal presentation and greet customers in the hospitality industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 14436 v7Provide table service for a commercial hospitality establishment
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 14434 v7Prepare and clear areas for table service for a commercial hospitality establishment
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Food and Textiles Pathway Booklet - 2021

HOS12F - HOSPITALITY 12F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students who complete this course will be able to plan and prepare safe nutritious food for the hospitality industry. It is a practical based course with assessments that are both practical and/or written.

Topics covered can include
• Food safety in the home and industry.
• Preparation of meat, fruit and vegetables, egg and cheese dishes and mocktails.
• Knife skills.

Teacher in Charge: Miss M. Skidmore

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $130.00.

Recommended Prior Learning: Open Entry

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 21058 v5Identify career pathways in the hospitality industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 21057 v4Prepare, construct, and garnish mocktails for the hospitality industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 15900 v5Prepare and present meat in the hospitality industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 19770 v4Prepare and present egg and cheese dishes in the hospitality industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 15901 v5Prepare and present fruit and vegetables in the hospitality industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 21059 v4Demonstrate knowledge of knife care, use, storage, and carrying for the hospitality industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 21058 v5Identify career pathways in the hospitality industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 21057 v4Prepare, construct, and garnish mocktails for the hospitality industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 15900 v5Prepare and present meat in the hospitality industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 19770 v4Prepare and present egg and cheese dishes in the hospitality industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 15901 v5Prepare and present fruit and vegetables in the hospitality industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 21059 v4Demonstrate knowledge of knife care, use, storage, and carrying for the hospitality industry
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Health & Physical Education




Health & Physical Education Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Health & Physical Education Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Health & Physical Education Pathway Booklet - 2021

HEA11F - HEALTH EDUCATION 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course continues to expand on the main concepts of Health Education studied in Year 10. It covers six major issues:
1. Personal well-being – Students will improve an aspect of their life by planning, implementing, and evaluating a SMART goal.
2. Nutrition – Look at how personal and outside influences can determine the foods a teenager may choose to eat and the impact those foods may have on their health.
3. Change, Loss and Grief – The influence a change in someone’s life can have on their feelings and the way they react in different situations.
4. Interpersonal Relationships – How listening, communication and being assertive can improve problems that can occur in a relationship.
5. Sexuality Education – Students will look at how community agencies can help teenagers who may have issues or questions around contraception, sexual orientation and unhealthy relationships.
6. Drug Education – The impact that the use of alcohol, tobacco and marijuana has on the user, those around them and the community.

Future Possibilities
NCEA Level 2 Health.

Teacher in Charge: Ms L. Starr

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: Nil

Recommended Prior Learning: Literacy skills essential.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 90975 v3Health 1.6 - Demonstrate understanding of issues to make health-enhancing decisions in drug-related situations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90971 v3Health 1.1 - Take action to enhance an aspect of personal well-being
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90973 v3Health 1.4 - Demonstrate understanding of interpersonal skills used to enhance relationships
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 90974 v4Health 1.5 - Demonstrate understanding of strategies for promoting positive sexuality
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 90972 v3Health 1.2 - Demonstrate understanding of influences on adolescent eating patterns to make health-enhancing recommendations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 91097 v3Health 1.3 - Demonstrate understanding of ways in which well-being can change and strategies to support well-being
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 90975 v3Health 1.6 - Demonstrate understanding of issues to make health-enhancing decisions in drug-related situations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 90971 v3Health 1.1 - Take action to enhance an aspect of personal well-being
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90973 v3Health 1.4 - Demonstrate understanding of interpersonal skills used to enhance relationships
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 90974 v4Health 1.5 - Demonstrate understanding of strategies for promoting positive sexuality
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 90972 v3Health 1.2 - Demonstrate understanding of influences on adolescent eating patterns to make health-enhancing recommendations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
A.S. 91097 v3Health 1.3 - Demonstrate understanding of ways in which well-being can change and strategies to support well-being
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Health & Physical Education Pathway Booklet - 2021

HEA21F - HEALTH EDUCATION 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course builds on the skills developed in Level 1 and extends the knowledge of the main concepts of Health Education. You will be required to think critically about yourself, others and society through a variety of contexts.
Topics include:
1. Adolescent Health Issue – Using the issues of teenage alcohol use, body image and relationships students will look at the consequence of each on an individual and strategies to improve the situation.
2. Mental Health – Looking at the event of the February earthquake in 2011 students will look at the impact this had on the mental health and resilience of an individual.
3. Health Promotion – Working as a class, students will plan an action that will improve the health of a group of students within the school.
4. Gender and Sexuality – By studying media and societal attitudes students will look at how stereotypes can influence a teenager to behave and act as well as developing strategies to change this inequality.

A device is required if the student wishes to complete these assessments electronically and for research purposes throughout the year.

Future Possibilities
NCEA Level 3 Health, teaching, nursing, child care, health sciences.

Teacher in Charge: Ms L. Starr

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $10.00 for Achievement Standard poster board.
$15.00 for the Inner City Christchurch trip.

Recommended Prior Learning: Level 1 Literacy essential.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91235 v2Health 2.1 - Analyse an adolescent health issue
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
E
5
Y
A.S. 91236 v2Health 2.2 - Evaluate factors that influence people's ability to manage change
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 91237 v2Health 2.3 - Take action to enhance an aspect of people's well-being within the school or wider community
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 91239 v2Health 2.5 - Analyse issues related to sexuality and gender to develop strategies for addressing the issues
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 91235 v2Health 2.1 - Analyse an adolescent health issue
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
E
5
Y
A.S. 91236 v2Health 2.2 - Evaluate factors that influence people's ability to manage change
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 91237 v2Health 2.3 - Take action to enhance an aspect of people's well-being within the school or wider community
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 91239 v2Health 2.5 - Analyse issues related to sexuality and gender to develop strategies for addressing the issues
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Health & Physical Education Pathway Booklet - 2021

HEA31F - HEALTH EDUCATION 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

The course builds on the knowledge developed in Level 2 about health issues to a much deeper level of understanding.

Topics covered include but are not limited to:
1. Drug Use – Students will determine what influences someone to use methamphetamine, the impact of using it on the user and others and how to reduce methamphetamine related harm in society.
2. International Health Issue – Looking at either HIV transmission in South East Asia and the Pacific or Type 2 Diabetes in the Pacific - students will look at what factors have led to these issues becoming epidemics and what recommendations should be made to reduce the impact.
3. Health Practices – students will be looking at how western medicine e.g. mastectomy and alternative therapies e.g. acupuncture can treat breast cancer or the symptoms of breast cancer.
4. Ethical Dilemmas – Through the issues of assisted reproduction, stem cell therapy, abortion and euthanasia -students will look at various attitudes and values people in society have towards them and what determines which side we are on.

A device is required if the student wishes to complete these assessments electronically and for research purposes throughout the year.

NB: Health education is an approved University Entrance subject.

Future Possibilities: Personal enjoyment and self-worth, nutrition related activities, teaching, nursing, child care, health sciences, health promotion, anything requiring critical reflection and action.

Teacher in Charge: Ms L. Starr

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $30 approximately for a two-day Health Seminar.

Recommended Prior Learning: Health 21F or Level 1 NCEA.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91461 v1Health 3.1 - Analyse a New Zealand health issue
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
5r
A.S. 91462 v2Health 3.2 - Analyse an international health issue
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
E
5
Y
5r,5w
A.S. 91463 v2Health 3.3 - Evaluate health practices currently used in New Zealand
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
5r
A.S. 91464 v2Health 3.4 - Analyse a contemporary ethical issue in relation to well-being
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91461 v1Health 3.1 - Analyse a New Zealand health issue
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
5r
A.S. 91462 v2Health 3.2 - Analyse an international health issue
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
E
5
Y
5r,5w
A.S. 91463 v2Health 3.3 - Evaluate health practices currently used in New Zealand
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
I
5
Y
5r
A.S. 91464 v2Health 3.4 - Analyse a contemporary ethical issue in relation to well-being
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
I
4
Y
4r
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Health & Physical Education Pathway Booklet - 2021

OED12F - OUTDOOR & ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION 12F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course extends knowledge and experience gained in Year 10 Outdoor Education and prepares students for Outdoor Education in Years 12 and 13.
It focuses on identifying and explaining landforms, understanding safety management, exploring participation in the outdoors and underlying issues in the outdoor sector.
There are a number of unit standards which give a range of experiential outdoor activities, including Mountain biking, Rock climbing, Abseiling and Orienteering.


Assessment
The assessment programme is a mixture of Achievement Standards and Unit Standards. All of the standards are internally assessed.

Future Possibilities
This course will develop awareness for outdoor environments, safety management and skills and will lead into senior Outdoor Education, Sustainability and Eco-Tourism.

Teacher in Charge: Mr P. Washbourn

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: A full course contribution will be $250.00. This includes a base contribution of $50 with additional trip contributions (two overnight trips and multiple field trips).

Note
Students may need to provide some of their own equipment for aspects of this course including basic outdoor clothing and equipment – raincoat (waterproof and preferably breathable), thermal base layer clothing, synthetic or wool insulation layer clothing, sturdy footwear, sleeping bag and mountain bike.

Recommended Prior Learning: Open Entry

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 20137 v1Mountain bike on easy to intermediate terrain
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Services Industries credits
I
1
U.S. 467 v5Demonstrate personal and social development through participation in adventure based learning
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
A.S. 90965 v3Physical Education 1.4 - Demonstrate understanding of societal influences on physical activity and the implications for self and others
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91012 v3Geography 1.6 - Describe aspects of a contemporary New Zealand geographic issue
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90968 v3Physical Education 1.7 - Demonstrate, and show understanding of, responsible behaviour for safety during outdoor education activities
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
Y
U.S. 20210 v2Experience rock climbing
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Services Industries credits
I
1
U.S. 20141 v1Complete beginner orienteering courses
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Services Industries credits
I
1
A.S. 90952 v3Science 1.13 - Demonstrate understanding of the formation of surface features in New Zealand
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
U.S. 20137 v1Mountain bike on easy to intermediate terrain
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Services Industries credits
I
1
U.S. 467 v5Demonstrate personal and social development through participation in adventure based learning
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
A.S. 90965 v3Physical Education 1.4 - Demonstrate understanding of societal influences on physical activity and the implications for self and others
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91012 v3Geography 1.6 - Describe aspects of a contemporary New Zealand geographic issue
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90968 v3Physical Education 1.7 - Demonstrate, and show understanding of, responsible behaviour for safety during outdoor education activities
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
Y
U.S. 20210 v2Experience rock climbing
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Services Industries credits
I
1
U.S. 20141 v1Complete beginner orienteering courses
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Services Industries credits
I
1
A.S. 90952 v3Science 1.13 - Demonstrate understanding of the formation of surface features in New Zealand
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Health & Physical Education Pathway Booklet - 2021

OED22F - OUTDOOR EDUCATION 22F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Outdoor Education introduces students to our unique natural environment and develops an appreciation and respect for the outdoors. Outdoor Education students will develop skills in self-management, group support and teamwork, accepting challenges and making informed decisions using sound judgement. There is a focus on preparing the students to be independent and informed users of the outdoors.

Coursework based in practical contexts includes: camping, tramping, trip planning, assessing weather, navigation, safety management, outdoor first aid, mountain biking, snow skills, environmental sustainability, ropes challenges and adventure-based learning and rock climbing.

This includes a significant number of trips during school time. Students are expected to manage the workload and commitments to make themselves available for practical assessment opportunities.

Assessment
Students will aim to complete a programme of assessment that includes a combination of the standards outlined. Students with previous experience, passion and skill in outdoor education may attempt a larger number of standards. The assessment programme is a mixture of Achievement and Unit Standards and all of the standards are internally assessed.

Future Possibilities
This course will develop an awareness and knowledge of outdoor environments, which may lead to further study in a range of outdoor professions including Adventure Tourism, Outdoor instruction, Eco-Tourism, Conservation and Environmental Education.

Teacher in Charge: Miss J. Rutherford

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: The Course Contribution is approximately $450 for the full course, including a $50 basic course materials contribution. Trips tied to assessment include Tramping and camping (2 trips totaling 4 days out of school in Term One); Mountain Biking (3-day trip, Term Two); Outdoor First Aid (2 days, Term Two); Adventure ropes course (2 days Term Three); Snow trip (2 days Term Three) and rock climbing (1 day, Term Four). Additional trips will be conducted within class times.

Note
Students may need to provide some of their own equipment for aspects of this course including basic outdoor clothing and equipment – raincoat (waterproof and preferably breathable), thermal base layer clothing, synthetic or wool insulation layer clothing, sturdy footwear, sleeping bag and mountain bike.

Recommended Prior Learning: Reasonable attainment of Level 1 NCEA credits is recommended with Outdoor Education 12F an advantage but not essential.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 18132 v2Demonstrate basic movement skills and the use of ice axe and crampons
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 444 v7Demonstrate basic rock climbing movement
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Services Industries credits
I
1
A.S. 91330 v3Physical Education 2.4 - Perform a physical activity in an applied setting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 90813 v3Education for Sustainability 2.3 - Demonstrate understanding of how different personal values have implications for a sustainable future
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
Y
U.S. 473 v6Demonstrate personal and social development through participation in a high ropes course programme
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
U.S. 470 v5Demonstrate personal and social development through participation in a low ropes course programme
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
A.S. 91333 v2Physical Education 2.7 - Analyse the application of risk management strategies to a challenging outdoor activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
U.S. 6400 v6Manage first aid in an emergency situation
I
2
U.S. 6402 v8Provide basic life support
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Primary Industries credits
  • 1 Services Industries credits
  • 1 Social & Community Services credits
I
1
U.S. 457 v6Mountain bike on intermediate to expert terrain
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 20137 v1Mountain bike on easy to intermediate terrain
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Services Industries credits
I
1
U.S. 425 v6Experience day tramps
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 20138 v1Select, set up and maintain a mountain or cycle touring bike
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 20159 v2Gather and apply weather information to an outdoor recreation activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
I
2
U.S. 431 v6Navigate in good visibility on land
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 426 v6Experience camping
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 18132 v2Demonstrate basic movement skills and the use of ice axe and crampons
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 444 v7Demonstrate basic rock climbing movement
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Services Industries credits
I
1
A.S. 91330 v3Physical Education 2.4 - Perform a physical activity in an applied setting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 90813 v3Education for Sustainability 2.3 - Demonstrate understanding of how different personal values have implications for a sustainable future
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
Y
U.S. 473 v6Demonstrate personal and social development through participation in a high ropes course programme
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
U.S. 470 v5Demonstrate personal and social development through participation in a low ropes course programme
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
A.S. 91333 v2Physical Education 2.7 - Analyse the application of risk management strategies to a challenging outdoor activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
U.S. 6400 v6Manage first aid in an emergency situation
I
2
U.S. 6402 v8Provide basic life support
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Primary Industries credits
  • 1 Services Industries credits
  • 1 Social & Community Services credits
I
1
U.S. 457 v6Mountain bike on intermediate to expert terrain
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
U.S. 20137 v1Mountain bike on easy to intermediate terrain
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 1 Services Industries credits
I
1
U.S. 425 v6Experience day tramps
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 20138 v1Select, set up and maintain a mountain or cycle touring bike
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 20159 v2Gather and apply weather information to an outdoor recreation activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
I
2
U.S. 431 v6Navigate in good visibility on land
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 426 v6Experience camping
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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OED32F - OUTDOOR EDUCATION 32F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course further develops students’ awareness of our environment and extends them to take leadership roles. Students will strengthen skills in self-management, group support and teamwork. The first half of the course focuses on preparing the students to be independent and informed users of the outdoors, developing bushcraft, survival skills and emergency care. In the second half the focus is on leadership, using Adventure Based Learning activities to develop small group leadership and facilitation skills. The work is based in practical contexts including tramping, trip planning, survival skills, river crossing, outdoor emergency care, small group leadership
This includes a significant number of trips during school time. Students are expected to manage the workload and commitments to make themselves available.

Assessment
All assessments are Unit Standards and are internally assessed. An optional standard is being offered involving assisting in facilitation of a low ropes course programme worth an additional 6 credits.

Future Possibilities
Standards from this course contribute towards a National Certificate in Outdoor Recreation. Tertiary pathways include a range of courses at institutions such as Tai Poutini Polytechnic (Greymouth), Ara (Christchurch) and NMIT (Nelson). Some students have participated in the Horizons GAP year programme.

Teacher in Charge: Mr P. Washbourn

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery:

Course contributions are approximately $300. This includes a $50 base contribution and contributions to trip costs for 2 3-day tramps, an outdoor emergency care course and the hire of the ropes course.
Note: Students will be expected to provide some of their own equipment for aspects of this course including basic outdoor clothing and equipment: A raincoat (waterproof and preferably breathable), thermal base layer clothing, synthetic or wool insulation layer clothing, sturdy footwear, a sleeping bag and a tramping pack.


Recommended Prior Learning: Students should have completed OED22F or passed Level 2 NCEA.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 27834 v1Lead an overnight camp for a group
I
5
U.S. 20160 v3Demonstrate knowledge of weather processes and their effects in New Zealand
I
2
U.S. 471 v5Assist in facilitation of a low ropes course programme for the development of the participants
I
6
U.S. 26249 v1Demonstrate bush-walking knowledge and skills
I
5
U.S. 24663 v1Demonstrate leadership while participating in an adventure based learning programme
I
3
U.S. 468 v5Assist in facilitation of an adventure based learning programme for the development of the participants
I
6
U.S. 424 v8Assess and manage an emergency care situation during an outdoor recreation activity
I
5
U.S. 430 v7Demonstrate bush survival skills
I
3
U.S. 427 v7Cross rivers
I
2
U.S. 27834 v1Lead an overnight camp for a group
I
5
U.S. 20160 v3Demonstrate knowledge of weather processes and their effects in New Zealand
I
2
U.S. 471 v5Assist in facilitation of a low ropes course programme for the development of the participants
I
6
U.S. 26249 v1Demonstrate bush-walking knowledge and skills
I
5
U.S. 24663 v1Demonstrate leadership while participating in an adventure based learning programme
I
3
U.S. 468 v5Assist in facilitation of an adventure based learning programme for the development of the participants
I
6
U.S. 424 v8Assess and manage an emergency care situation during an outdoor recreation activity
I
5
U.S. 430 v7Demonstrate bush survival skills
I
3
U.S. 427 v7Cross rivers
I
2
  
Total Credits

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PED11F - PHYSICAL EDUCATION 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course offers students the opportunity to develop their Physical Education knowledge as it relates to self, interactions with others, movement and sport. There will be an opportunity to apply this knowledge in both the theoretical and practical settings through the following topics:
1. Self-Management Strategies - demonstrate how time management, perseverance, knowledge and feedback increase participation when developing surfing skills.
2. Circus Skill Learning - understand the role that knowledge and practice play when learning new skills.
3. The Role of the Body in Sport - develop an understanding of anatomy (muscle, bones and joints), physiology (how the body responds to and improves through exercise) and biomechanics (body movement) play a role in the performance of a chosen sport.
4. Help Others Be Active - plan, deliver and reflect on a coaching session that supports other students being active.
5. Interpersonal Skills - participate in touch rugby and demonstrate an understanding of how to interact positively and effectively with team members.
6. Practical Assessment - produce a quality performance in circus, basketball and athletics.


Assessment
All assessments are Achievement Standards and are internally assessed.


Future Possibilities
Students can continue their study in Physical Education, Sport Performance and Leadership or Outdoor Education at Level 2.

Teacher in Charge: Ms M. Carson

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $25.00 course workbook
$55.00 Surf trip.

Recommended Prior Learning: Open Entry

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 90970 v2Physical Education 1.9 - Demonstrate self management strategies and describe the effects on participation in physical activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90969 v3Physical Education 1.8 - Take purposeful action to assist others to participate in physical activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
A.S. 90967 v3Physical Education 1.6 - Demonstrate strategies to improve the performance of a physical activity and describe the outcomes
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90966 v2Physical Education 1.5 - Demonstrate interpersonal skills in a group and explain how these skills impact on others
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 90964 v3Physical Education 1.3 - Demonstrate quality movement in the performance of a physical activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
A.S. 90963 v2Physical Education 1.2 - Demonstrate understanding of the function of the body as it relates to the performance of physical activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 90970 v2Physical Education 1.9 - Demonstrate self management strategies and describe the effects on participation in physical activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90969 v3Physical Education 1.8 - Take purposeful action to assist others to participate in physical activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
A.S. 90967 v3Physical Education 1.6 - Demonstrate strategies to improve the performance of a physical activity and describe the outcomes
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 90966 v2Physical Education 1.5 - Demonstrate interpersonal skills in a group and explain how these skills impact on others
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 90964 v3Physical Education 1.3 - Demonstrate quality movement in the performance of a physical activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
A.S. 90963 v2Physical Education 1.2 - Demonstrate understanding of the function of the body as it relates to the performance of physical activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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PED21F - PHYSICAL EDUCATION 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course leads on from PED11F and offers students the opportunity to develop their Physical Education knowledge as it relates to movement and sport. There will be an opportunity to apply this knowledge in both the theoretical and practical settings through the following topics:
1. Biathlon Training Principles - demonstrate an understanding of how to train effectively, different ways to train, how the body responds and improves with training.
2. Understanding Trampolining Skill Performance - demonstrate an understanding of anatomy (muscles, bones, joints and movement), biomechanics (how the body moves), how we learn new skills and the role the mind plays when performing trampolining skills.
3. Leadership Strategies - develop communication skills, manage self and group, provide motivation and plan back up strategies when planning activities for our Kimi Ora students.
4. Implement an Event - plan, deliver and reflect on a camp with Kimi Ora students.
5. Practical Assessment - produce a quality performance in biathlon and trampolining.

Assessments
All assessments are Achievement Standards and internally assessed. A device is required if the student wishes to complete these assessments electronically.

Future Possibilities
Students can continue their study in Physical Education or Outdoor Education at Level 3. They could also move into tertiary study at New Zealand Institute of Sport or ARA Institute of Canterbury and careers within the sport, recreation and fitness industry. These could include but are not limited to fitness instruction, personal trainer, gym instruction, after school and holiday programs, coaching and Armed forces.

Teacher in Charge: Mrs N. Marshall

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $25.00 for course workbook
Triathalon (approx. $60.00)
Trampolining (approx. $110.00)
Camp fee in Term 4 (approx. $250.00)

Recommended Prior Learning: • Reasonable attainment of Level 1 NCEA credits is recommended.
• PED11F an advantage but not essential.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91328 v2Physical Education 2.2 - Demonstrate understanding of how and why biophysical principles relate to the learning of physical skills
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 91332 v2Physical Education 2.6 - Evaluate leadership strategies that contribute to the effective functioning of a group
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91330 v3Physical Education 2.4 - Perform a physical activity in an applied setting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91335 v2Physical Education 2.9 - Examine the implementation and outcome(s) of a physical activity event or opportunity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91329 v2Physical Education 2.3 - Demonstrate understanding of the application of biophysical principles to training for physical activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91328 v2Physical Education 2.2 - Demonstrate understanding of how and why biophysical principles relate to the learning of physical skills
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
Y
A.S. 91332 v2Physical Education 2.6 - Evaluate leadership strategies that contribute to the effective functioning of a group
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91330 v3Physical Education 2.4 - Perform a physical activity in an applied setting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 91335 v2Physical Education 2.9 - Examine the implementation and outcome(s) of a physical activity event or opportunity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91329 v2Physical Education 2.3 - Demonstrate understanding of the application of biophysical principles to training for physical activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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PED31F - PHYSICAL EDUCATION 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course leads on from PED21F and offers students the opportunity to gain depth in Physical Education knowledge as it relates to movement and sport. There will be an opportunity to apply this knowledge in both the theoretical and practical settings through the following topics:
1. Safety Management - analyse issues, discuss safety management and participate in a Sea Kayaking experience to the Marlborough Sounds.
2. Analysis of a Golf Swing - perform the golf swing, identify anatomy and biomechanics involved in improving performance, analyse the role of biomechanics in performance.
3. Sociology in Sport - examine an event, trend or issue and its impact on New Zealand society.
4. Crossfit Training Programme - evaluate the effectiveness of a performance improvement programme in Crossfit.
5. Practical Assessment - produce a quality performance in a 5km run or a chosen (and approved) physical activity.
6. Lifelong Well-being - evaluate a physical activity experience and devise strategies for continued involvement in physical activity. (Optional)

This is a University Entrance approved subject. Through this course you will develop written skills of critical discussion, analysis and evaluation as well as being able to develop your interpersonal skills through interaction with other people.

Assessment
All assessments are Achievement Standards and internally assessed. A device is required if the student wishes to complete these assessments electronically.

Future Possibilities
This course will prepare students for future academic and vocational opportunities in the Physical Education, sport, recreation and fitness industries. Examples include: Physical Education, Sport Coaching or Sport Recreation degrees (Otago, Canterbury, Waikato, Massey, AUT), Gym Instruction course at ARA Institute of Canterbury or New Zealand Institute of Sport, work in the fitness/recreation industry and continued personal development in the areas studied.

Teacher in Charge: Mr J. Smith

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: 3.7 Safety management in an outdoor setting - Marlborough Sea Kayaking expedition (approx. $320 based on 2018)
3.3 Crossfit training programme delivered by Franks Brother's Crossfit Instructor (approx. $40 based on 2018)

Recommended Prior Learning: 14 credits in PED21F an advantage but not essential.
14 credits in Level 2 English and 14 credits in Level 2 Science an advantage but not essential.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91504 v2Physical Education 3.7 - Analyse issues in safety management for outdoor activity to devise safety management strategies
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91502 v2Physical Education 3.5 - Examine a current physical activity event, trend, or issue and its impact on New Zealand society
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91501 v2Physical Education 3.4 - Demonstrate quality performance of a physical activity in an applied setting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91500 v1Physical Education 3.3 - Evaluate the effectiveness of a performance improvement programme
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
Y
A.S. 91499 v2Physical Education 3.2 - Analyse a physical skill performed by self or others
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91504 v2Physical Education 3.7 - Analyse issues in safety management for outdoor activity to devise safety management strategies
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91502 v2Physical Education 3.5 - Examine a current physical activity event, trend, or issue and its impact on New Zealand society
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91501 v2Physical Education 3.4 - Demonstrate quality performance of a physical activity in an applied setting
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91500 v1Physical Education 3.3 - Evaluate the effectiveness of a performance improvement programme
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
Y
A.S. 91499 v2Physical Education 3.2 - Analyse a physical skill performed by self or others
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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RWS13F - RECREATION & WELLBEING (Future skills) 13F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Recreation and Wellbeing (5 Periods)
The recreational component of this course is designed to encourage students to be actively involved in physical activity.

The Well Being programme aims to develop knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes needed to maintain and enhance personal health and development. This has particular focus on sexuality education and alcohol and drug issues.

Assessment
The practical assessment is an Achievement Standard, the Health assessments are Unit Standards. All assessment is internally assessed.



NB: All Year 11 students who take five subjects will also take either RWS12F or RWS13F

Teacher in Charge: Mrs N. Marshall

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $6.00 for course workbook.

Recommended Prior Learning: Open Entry

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 90962 v2Physical Education 1.1 - Participate actively in a variety of physical activities and explain factors that influence own participation
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
U.S. 548 v9Demonstrate knowledge of the impact of alcohol and other drugs
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 12357 v5Demonstrate knowledge of human sexuality
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 90962 v2Physical Education 1.1 - Participate actively in a variety of physical activities and explain factors that influence own participation
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
U.S. 548 v9Demonstrate knowledge of the impact of alcohol and other drugs
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 12357 v5Demonstrate knowledge of human sexuality
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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RWS12F - RECREATION and WELLBEING (Study skills) 12F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Recreation and Wellbeing (3 Periods)
The recreational component of this course is designed to encourage students to be actively involved in physical activity.
The Well Being programme aims to develop knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes needed to maintain and enhance personal health and development. This has particular focus on sexuality and alcohol and drug issues.

Assessment
The practical assessment is an Achievement Standard while the Health assessments are Unit Standards. All assessment is internally assessed.

Study Skills (2 Periods)
Students will pursue individual study associated with the courses they are taking for NCEA Level 1.
Some other standards will also be available during this time, for example Personal Reading (4 credits)

NB: All Year 11 students who take five subjects will also take either RWS12F or RWS13F

Teacher in Charge: Mrs N. Marshall

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $6.00 for course workbook.

Recommended Prior Learning: Open Entry

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 90962 v2Physical Education 1.1 - Participate actively in a variety of physical activities and explain factors that influence own participation
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
U.S. 548 v9Demonstrate knowledge of the impact of alcohol and other drugs
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 12357 v5Demonstrate knowledge of human sexuality
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 90962 v2Physical Education 1.1 - Participate actively in a variety of physical activities and explain factors that influence own participation
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
U.S. 548 v9Demonstrate knowledge of the impact of alcohol and other drugs
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Primary Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 12357 v5Demonstrate knowledge of human sexuality
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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AQU32S - AQUATICS 32S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

The Aquatics semester involves completing the New Zealand Swim Teachers Award. The award is a combination of theory and practical swimming activities culminating in a 20-hour practicum where the SPA32S students will teach junior PHS students and children involved with Aquatic programmes at local pools.

ASSESSMENT
All assessments are Unit Standards and are internally assessed.

Future Possibilities
Students that complete the New Zealand Swim Teachers Award can work as Swim Instructors at any swimming pool in New Zealand.

Teacher in Charge: Miss J. Rutherford

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $205, plus students will be required to purchase a plain black rash top for teaching.

Recommended Prior Learning: • Reasonable attainment of Level 2 NCEA credits is recommended.
• SPL22S and SPO22S are an advantage but not essential.
• Performance in SPL22S and SPO22S will be taken into consideration for enrolling in SPA32S.
• Commitment to the demands of this course inside and outside of school hours.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 27498 v2Develop water safety and survival skills
I
4
U.S. 22301 v4Develop beginner swimmers' propulsion techniques using the components of swimming strokes
I
6
U.S. 22300 v4Develop and maintain water confidence in non-swimmers
I
6
U.S. 22299 v2Create a swim teaching environment that is supportive of learning
I
4
U.S. 27541 v2Supervise customers and maintain safety at an aquatic facility
I
4
U.S. 27302 v2Demonstrate professional behaviour in a recreation workplace
I
3
U.S. 13377 v7Identify and manage hazards and risks in relation to a recreation activity and environment
I
4
U.S. 9681 v7Contribute within a team or group which has an objective
I
3
U.S. 7018 v5Maintain security and deal with emergencies in recreation facilities
I
3
U.S. 7016 v5Monitor and promote client security, comfort, enjoyment, and learning in recreation
I
3
U.S. 1312 v7Give oral instructions in the workplace
I
3
U.S. 27498 v2Develop water safety and survival skills
I
4
U.S. 22301 v4Develop beginner swimmers' propulsion techniques using the components of swimming strokes
I
6
U.S. 22300 v4Develop and maintain water confidence in non-swimmers
I
6
U.S. 22299 v2Create a swim teaching environment that is supportive of learning
I
4
U.S. 27541 v2Supervise customers and maintain safety at an aquatic facility
I
4
U.S. 27302 v2Demonstrate professional behaviour in a recreation workplace
I
3
U.S. 13377 v7Identify and manage hazards and risks in relation to a recreation activity and environment
I
4
U.S. 9681 v7Contribute within a team or group which has an objective
I
3
U.S. 7018 v5Maintain security and deal with emergencies in recreation facilities
I
3
U.S. 7016 v5Monitor and promote client security, comfort, enjoyment, and learning in recreation
I
3
U.S. 1312 v7Give oral instructions in the workplace
I
3
  
Total Credits

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SPC32S - SPORT COACHING 32S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

The Coaching semester will include:
1. Session Plans - design beginner level coaching sessions.
2. Deliver and Review Plans - use plans to coach students over 10 weeks and review each session.

Assessment
All assessments are Unit Standards and are internally assessed.

Future Possibilities: Students who complete this course can move into tertiary study at New Zealand Institute of Sport or ARA Institute of Canterbury and careers within the sport, recreation and fitness industry. These could include but are not limited to fitness instruction, personal trainer, gym instruction, after school and holiday programs, coaching and Armed Services.

Teacher in Charge: Mr P. Peawini

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: Nil

Recommended Prior Learning: • Reasonable attainment of Level 2 NCEA credits is recommended.
• SPL22S and SPO22S are an advantage but not essential.
• Performance in SPL22S and SPO22S will be taken into consideration for enrolling in SPC32S.
• Commitment to the demands of this course inside and outside of school hours.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 22768 v2Conduct and review a beginner level coaching session
I
6
U.S. 22771 v3Plan beginner-level coaching sessions for sport participants
I
6
U.S. 22768 v2Conduct and review a beginner level coaching session
I
6
U.S. 22771 v3Plan beginner-level coaching sessions for sport participants
I
6
  
Total Credits

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FIT32S - FITNESS 32S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

The Fitness Instructor semester requires students to learn about muscle groups and systems targeted by exercises and demonstrate correct form in all standard resistance training and free standing exercises. This unit standard is designed for people who will, under general supervision, demonstrate exercise techniques and assist clients and client groups in fitness activity.

Assessment
All assessment is a Unit Standard and is internally assessed.

Future Possibilities: Students who complete this course can move into tertiary study at New Zealand Institute of Sport or ARA Institute of Canterbury and careers within the sport, recreation and fitness industry. These could include but are not limited to fitness instruction, personal trainer, gym instruction, after school and holiday programmes, coaching and Armed Services.

Teacher in Charge: Mr P. Peawini

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $10 for fitness classes

Recommended Prior Learning: • Reasonable attainment of Level 2 NCEA credits is recommended.
• SPL22S and SPO22S are an advantage but not essential.
• Performance in SPL22S and SPO22S will be taken into consideration for enrolling in SPF32S.
• Commitment to the demands of this course inside and outside of school hours.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 7021 v4Demonstrate exercise techniques
I
8
U.S. 7021 v4Demonstrate exercise techniques
I
8
  
Total Credits

Health & Physical Education Pathway Booklet - 2021

SPI32S - SPORT PSYCHOLOGY & INJURY MANAGEMENT 32S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

The Sport Studies semester focuses on two main areas which has a major impact on an athlete’s performance:
1. Sports Psychology - how an athlete can improve their sporting performance through mental strategies and design a program that uses these strategies to help an athlete perform better.
2. Injury Management - specific sports injuries, the initial treatment of these injuries and the process required for the athlete to return to sport.


Assessment
All assessments are Unit Standards and are internally assessed.

Future Possibilities
Students who complete this course can move into tertiary study at New Zealand Institute of Sport or ARA Institute of Canterbury and careers within the sport, recreation and fitness industry . These could include but are not limited to fitness instruction, personal trainer, gym instruction, after school and holiday programs, coaching and Armed Services.

Teacher in Charge: Mr P. Peawini

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: Nil

Recommended Prior Learning: • Reasonable attainment of Level 2 NCEA credits is recommended.
• SPL22S and SPO22S are an advantage but not essential.
• Performance in SPL22S and SPO22S will be taken into consideration for enrolling in SPL32S.
• Commitment to the demands of this course inside and outside of school hours.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 20673 v4Demonstrate knowledge of injuries, injury prevention and risks and hazards associated with sport or recreation
I
5
U.S. 21648 v2Apply basic psychological skills to sports performance
I
4
U.S. 20673 v4Demonstrate knowledge of injuries, injury prevention and risks and hazards associated with sport or recreation
I
5
U.S. 21648 v2Apply basic psychological skills to sports performance
I
4
  
Total Credits

Health & Physical Education Pathway Booklet - 2021

SPL22S - SPORT PERFORMANCE and LEADERSHIP 22S - Semester 1

This course requires 1 option.

This Sport Performance and Leadership semester covers theory and practical standards relating to:
1. Adventure Based Learning activities - reflect on interactions and roles of the group; explain ways of communicating, working together, achieving cohesion, resolving conflict and making decisions.
2. Weight Training techniques - demonstrate resistance training exercises safely.
3. Static Stretching - instruct and demonstrate how to safely stretch and improve stretches.
4. Self-responsibility in physical activity - demonstrate positive attitudes and values while participating in physical activity, reflect, help and support others through leadership.

Assessment
Assessment is a mix of Achievement Standards and Unit Standards and all are internally assessed.

Future Possibilities
Students who complete this course can move into tertiary study at New Zealand Institute of Sport or ARA Institute of Canterbury and careers within the sport, recreation and fitness industry. These could include but are not limited to fitness instruction, personal trainer, gym instruction, after school and holiday programs, coaching and Armed Services.

Teacher in Charge: Ms E. Byrne

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: Nil

Recommended Prior Learning: • Reasonable attainment of Level 1 NCEA credits is recommended.
• PED11F an advantage but not essential.
• Involved in school or club sport is an advantage.
• Commitment to the demands of this course inside and outside of school hours.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91336 v1Physical Education 2.10 - Analyse group processes in physical activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91334 v2Physical Education 2.8 - Consistently demonstrate social responsibility through applying a social responsibility model in physical activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 21794 v1Demonstrate, instruct, and monitor static stretching
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 21793 v2Demonstrate correct technique when using basic gym equipment
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
A.S. 91336 v1Physical Education 2.10 - Analyse group processes in physical activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91334 v2Physical Education 2.8 - Consistently demonstrate social responsibility through applying a social responsibility model in physical activity
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 21794 v1Demonstrate, instruct, and monitor static stretching
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 21793 v2Demonstrate correct technique when using basic gym equipment
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
I
2
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Health & Physical Education Pathway Booklet - 2021

SPO22S - SPORT PERFORMANCE and LEADERSHIP 22S - Semester 2

This course requires 1 option.

This Sport Performance and Leadership semester covers theory and practical standards relating to:
1. Cardiovascular Machines - demonstrate, instruct, monitor and ensure the safe and correct use of cardiovascular equipment (treadmill, bike and rowing machine) in a gym.
2. Anatomy - identify bones, muscles, joints and movements in the body; identify gym equipment that targets each muscle group and the correct body position and movement for this equipment.
3. Teaching Ultimate Frisbee - explain the basic skills and rules at a beginner level for Ultimate Frisbee.

Assessment
All assessments are Unit Standards and are internally assessed.

Future Possibilities
Students who complete this course can move into tertiary study at the New Zealand Institute of Sport or ARA Institute of Canterbury and careers within the sport, recreation and fitness industry. These could include but are not limited to fitness instruction, personal trainer, gym instruction, after school and holiday programs, coaching and Armed Services.

Teacher in Charge: Ms E. Byrne

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: Nil

Recommended Prior Learning: • Reasonable attainment of Level 1 NCEA credits is recommended.
• PED11F an advantage but not essential.
• Involvement in school or club sport an advantage.
• Commitment to the demands of this course inside and outside of school hours.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 22769 v2Demonstrate knowledge of basic skills and rules at a beginner level for a sport
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
I
2
U.S. 21795 v2Demonstrate, instruct, and monitor safe and correct use of cardiovascular exercise equipment
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 21791 v2Relate human anatomy and movement to gym equipment and static stretching
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 22769 v2Demonstrate knowledge of basic skills and rules at a beginner level for a sport
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Services Industries credits
  • 2 Social & Community Services credits
I
2
U.S. 21795 v2Demonstrate, instruct, and monitor safe and correct use of cardiovascular exercise equipment
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 21791 v2Relate human anatomy and movement to gym equipment and static stretching
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Languages




Languages Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Languages Pathway Booklet - 2021

MPA12F - MAORI PERFORMING ARTS 12F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students will be able to
• demonstrate knowledge and skills of performance
• demonstrate knowledge of Tikanga pertaining to the performing arts
• demonstrate knowledge and skills of poi

Future Possibilities
• Māori performance – domestic and overseas
• future tertiary course in Māori performing arts
• competitions
• Level 2 and 3 Māori performing arts

The unit standards listed below are indicative of the possible assessments which may run alongside this course. Students will be entered into standards that best reflect their individual learning needs and attainment.

Teacher in Charge: Ms C. Onekawa

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $10

Recommended Prior Learning: Open Entry

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 27547 v2Identify nga momo rakau whawhai
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 27546 v1Demonstrate knowledge of torotoro tinana
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 15019 v7Demonstrate knowledge and skills of whakaraka
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
6
U.S. 22755 v5Demonstrate knowledge of Māori performing arts kakahu
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 22754 v5Demonstrate knowledge of the origins of Māori performing arts disciplines and events
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 22753 v4Demonstrate knowledge of people associated with Māori performing arts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 22752 v1Demonstrate performance components of Māori performing arts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 27547 v2Identify nga momo rakau whawhai
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 27546 v1Demonstrate knowledge of torotoro tinana
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 15019 v7Demonstrate knowledge and skills of whakaraka
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
6
U.S. 22755 v5Demonstrate knowledge of Māori performing arts kakahu
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 22754 v5Demonstrate knowledge of the origins of Māori performing arts disciplines and events
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
U.S. 22753 v4Demonstrate knowledge of people associated with Māori performing arts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
U.S. 22752 v1Demonstrate performance components of Māori performing arts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Languages Pathway Booklet - 2021

MPA22F - MAORI PERFORMING ARTS 22F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students will be able to –
• demonstrate knowledge of Tikanga and skills in performance
• demonstrate knowledge and skills of poi,mõteatea, waiata-a-ringa, haka, whakaroka and haka wahine

Assessment
Up to 27 credits from internally assessed achievement standards at Level 2, as appropriate to the needs and abilities of the students. The unit standards listed below are indicative of the possible assessments which may run alongside this course. Students will be entered into standards that best reflect their individual learning needs and attainment.

Future Possibilities
• Māori performance – domestic and overseas
• Future tertiary course in Māori performing arts
• Competitions
• Level 3 Māori performing arts

Teacher in Charge: Ms C. Onekawa

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $10.00

Recommended Prior Learning: Level 1 Māori Performing Arts recommended

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 27551 v2Demonstrate knowledge of the relationship between te taiao and mau rakau, and incorporate te taiao into performance
I
9
U.S. 27550 v2Demonstrate knowledge of nga momo rakau whawhai
I
6
U.S. 13371 v9Demonstrate knowledge and skills of haka
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
U.S. 13367 v8Demonstrate knowledge and skills of poi
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 7 Services Industries credits
  • 7 Creative Industries credits
I
10
U.S. 13363 v8Demonstrate knowledge and skills of waiata a-ringa
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
U.S. 13359 v9Demonstrate knowledge and skills of moteatea
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
U.S. 27551 v2Demonstrate knowledge of the relationship between te taiao and mau rakau, and incorporate te taiao into performance
I
9
U.S. 27550 v2Demonstrate knowledge of nga momo rakau whawhai
I
6
U.S. 13371 v9Demonstrate knowledge and skills of haka
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
U.S. 13367 v8Demonstrate knowledge and skills of poi
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 7 Services Industries credits
  • 7 Creative Industries credits
I
10
U.S. 13363 v8Demonstrate knowledge and skills of waiata a-ringa
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
U.S. 13359 v9Demonstrate knowledge and skills of moteatea
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Languages Pathway Booklet - 2021

MPA32F - MAORI PERFORMING ARTS 32F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Content
Students will be able to perform a range of items, including whakaraka and show knowledge of the historical development of Mãori performing arts.

Assessment
22 internally assessed credits from Level 3 achievement standards with the possibility of additional credits at Level 4, as appropriate to the needs and abilities of the students. The unit standards listed below are indicative of the possible assessments which may run alongside this course. Students will be entered into standards that best reflect their individual learning needs and attainment.

Future Possibilities
• Māori performance – domestic and overseas
• Future tertiary course in Māori performing arts
• Competitions

Teacher in Charge: Ms C. Onekawa

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $10.00

Recommended Prior Learning: Level 2 Māori Performing Arts is recommended.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 22757 v5Demonstrate knowledge of influencing factors in the historical development of Māori performing arts
I
6
U.S. 22756 v6Perform a Māori performing arts bracket
I
10
U.S. 15020 v6Perform whakaraka
I
6
U.S. 27698 v2Demonstrate knowledge and skills of haka wahine
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
U.S. 22757 v5Demonstrate knowledge of influencing factors in the historical development of Māori performing arts
I
6
U.S. 22756 v6Perform a Māori performing arts bracket
I
10
U.S. 15020 v6Perform whakaraka
I
6
U.S. 27698 v2Demonstrate knowledge and skills of haka wahine
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Languages Pathway Booklet - 2021

MAO11F - TE REO MAORI 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course aims to develop students’ communication skills in te reo Māori. Students will work to improve their skills in four main areas; writing, reading, speaking and listening.

Assessment
The achievement standards listed below are indicative of the possible assessments which may run alongside this course. Students will be entered into standards that best reflect their individual learning needs and attainment.

Future Possibilities
Te Reo Māori 21F.

Teacher in Charge: Ms C. Onekawa

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: n/a

Recommended Prior Learning: Year 9 and/or Year 10 Māori recommended.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91088 v2Te Reo Māori 1.4 - Tuhi i te reo o tona ao
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
E
6
Y
A.S. 91087 v2Te Reo Māori 1.3 - Panui kia mohio ki te reo o tona ao
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
E
6
Y
A.S. 91089 v3Te Reo Māori 1.5 - Waihanga tuhinga i te reo o tona ao
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91086 v3Te Reo Māori 1.2 - Korero kia whakamahi i te reo o tona ao
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91085 v3Te Reo Māori 1.1 - Whakarongo kia mohio ki te reo o tona ao
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91088 v2Te Reo Māori 1.4 - Tuhi i te reo o tona ao
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
E
6
Y
A.S. 91087 v2Te Reo Māori 1.3 - Panui kia mohio ki te reo o tona ao
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
E
6
Y
A.S. 91089 v3Te Reo Māori 1.5 - Waihanga tuhinga i te reo o tona ao
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91086 v3Te Reo Māori 1.2 - Korero kia whakamahi i te reo o tona ao
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91085 v3Te Reo Māori 1.1 - Whakarongo kia mohio ki te reo o tona ao
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Languages Pathway Booklet - 2021

MAO21F - TE REO MAORI 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course aims to develop a student’s ability to communicate in te reo Māori in familiar social situations. Students will gain increased understanding of the language and also improve their spoken and written Māori.

Assessment
The achievement standards listed below are indicative of the possible assessments which may run alongside this course. Students will be entered into standards that best reflect their individual learning needs and attainment. Students who are capable of achieving Level 2 te reo Māori standards will also be offered further learning through Ara Institute of Canterbury via dual enrolment. Further information about this can be obtained from the careers staff.

Future Possibilities
Courses for te reo Māori at Ara Institute of Canterbury or Canterbury University.

Teacher in Charge: Ms C. Onekawa

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: n/a

Recommended Prior Learning: At least 12 te reo Māori NCEA Level 1 credits recommended.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91288 v1Te Reo Māori 2.5 - Waihanga tuhinga auaha, i te reo o te ao torotoro
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91285 v3Te Reo Māori 2.2 - Korero kia whakamahi i te reo o te ao torotoro
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91284 v3Te Reo Māori 2.1 - Whakarongo kia mohio ki te reo o te ao torotoro
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91287 v2Te Reo Māori 2.4 - Tuhi i te reo o te ao torotoro
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
E
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91286 v2Te Reo Māori 2.3 - Panui kia mohio ki te reo o te ao torotoro
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
E
6
Y
6r
A.S. 91288 v1Te Reo Māori 2.5 - Waihanga tuhinga auaha, i te reo o te ao torotoro
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91285 v3Te Reo Māori 2.2 - Korero kia whakamahi i te reo o te ao torotoro
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91284 v3Te Reo Māori 2.1 - Whakarongo kia mohio ki te reo o te ao torotoro
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91287 v2Te Reo Māori 2.4 - Tuhi i te reo o te ao torotoro
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
E
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91286 v2Te Reo Māori 2.3 - Panui kia mohio ki te reo o te ao torotoro
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
E
6
Y
6r
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Languages Pathway Booklet - 2021

MAO31F - TE REO MAORI 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

By the end of this course, students will be able to take part in general conversation with other speakers of te reo Māori. They will be able to explain and discuss many of their own ideas in te reo Māori. They will further develop their skills in the four main language modes ie. speaking, listening, reading and writing.

Assessment
The achievement standards listed below are indicative of the possible assessments which may run alongside this course. Students will be entered into standards that best reflect their individual learning needs and attainment. Students who are capable of achieving Level 3 te reo Māori standards will also be offered further learning through Ara Institute of Canterbury via dual enrolment. Further information about this can be obtained from the careers staff.

Future Possibilities
Whare Wānanga – University, College of Education, Polytechnic.

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Teacher in Charge: Ms C. Onekawa

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: n/a

Recommended Prior Learning: At least 12 te reo Māori NCEA Level 2 credits recommended.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91653 v2Te Reo Māori 3.4 - Tuhi i te reo Māori o te ao whanui
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
E
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91652 v2Te Reo Māori 3.3 - Panui kia mohio ki te reo Māori o te ao whanui
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
E
6
Y
6r
A.S. 91654 v2Te Reo Māori 3.5 - Waihanga tuhinga whai take i te reo Māori o te ao whanui
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91650 v1Te Reo Māori 3.1 - Whakarongo kia mohio ki te reo Māori o te ao whanui
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91651 v2Te Reo Māori 3.2 - Korero kia whakamahi i te reo Māori o te ao whanui
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
A.S. 91653 v2Te Reo Māori 3.4 - Tuhi i te reo Māori o te ao whanui
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
E
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91652 v2Te Reo Māori 3.3 - Panui kia mohio ki te reo Māori o te ao whanui
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
E
6
Y
6r
A.S. 91654 v2Te Reo Māori 3.5 - Waihanga tuhinga whai take i te reo Māori o te ao whanui
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91650 v1Te Reo Māori 3.1 - Whakarongo kia mohio ki te reo Māori o te ao whanui
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91651 v2Te Reo Māori 3.2 - Korero kia whakamahi i te reo Māori o te ao whanui
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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This course requires option.


Languages Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Languages Pathway Booklet - 2021

-

This course requires option.


Languages Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Languages Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Languages Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


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CES12F - CONVERSATIONAL ESOL 12F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course is designed for students whose first language is NOT English and is made up of ELL conversation standards to help develop the students’ oral input and output skills. There will be some written/reading focus but this will be covered more in the ESL11F class.
Students have the opportunity to gain credits towards the New Zealand Certificate in English Language (NZCEL).
Depending on individual interests and language levels, students should complete at least 20 credits from the list of standards below.

Teacher in Charge: Ms C. McKinnon

Recommended Prior Learning: Selection for this course is by discussion with the teacher in charge.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 30980 v1Demonstrate understanding of a straightforward spoken text on a familiar topic (EL)
I
5
U.S. 31013 v1Participate in simple everyday spoken interactions (EL)
I
10
U.S. 31024 v1Present basic information on an everyday personal topic (EL Foundation)
I
5
U.S. 31025 v1Present simple information on an everyday familiar topic (EL)
I
5
U.S. 31026 v1Present information on a familiar topic (EL)
I
5
U.S. 30980 v1Demonstrate understanding of a straightforward spoken text on a familiar topic (EL)
I
5
U.S. 31013 v1Participate in simple everyday spoken interactions (EL)
I
10
U.S. 31024 v1Present basic information on an everyday personal topic (EL Foundation)
I
5
U.S. 31025 v1Present simple information on an everyday familiar topic (EL)
I
5
U.S. 31026 v1Present information on a familiar topic (EL)
I
5
  
Total Credits

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ESL11F - ESOL 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course is for students from non-English speaking backgrounds, and contains activities and provides support in all language strands – written, oral and visual. Students can achieve standards for NCEA in English and EL (new English Language Standards).

Future Possibilities
Progression to ESL 21F and NCEA Level 2.

Teacher in Charge: Ms C. McKinnon

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $10.00

Recommended Prior Learning: A satisfactory level of English, preferably at Pre-Intermediate level.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 28056 v3Read and understand texts on familiar topics (EL)
I
5
A.S. 90857 v2English 1.6 - Construct and deliver an oral text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
U.S. 27999 v3Write a simple connected text on a familiar topic (EL)
I
5
U.S. 28068 v1Write texts on familiar topics (EL)
I
5
A.S. 90855 v1English 1.7 - Create a visual text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
U.S. 28056 v3Read and understand texts on familiar topics (EL)
I
5
A.S. 90857 v2English 1.6 - Construct and deliver an oral text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
U.S. 27999 v3Write a simple connected text on a familiar topic (EL)
I
5
U.S. 28068 v1Write texts on familiar topics (EL)
I
5
A.S. 90855 v1English 1.7 - Create a visual text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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ESL21F - ESOL 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Emphasis is given to academic reading and writing skills, and to formal speaking. English Language (EL) and English standards are offered.

Future Possibilities
ESL 21F leads to ESL 31F, where literacy standards for University Entrance are taught.

Please note: The total number of credits available for this course is 18. Students can choose to do AS90857 or AS91102, not both.

Teacher in Charge: Ms C. McKinnon

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $10.00

Recommended Prior Learning: EL Unit Standards at Level 3 or a satisfactory level of English, preferably at an Intermediate level.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 28060 v2Read and understand complex texts for practical purposes (EL)
I
5
U.S. 28064 v3Present information on a familiar topic (EL)
I
5
U.S. 28071 v3Write complex texts on familiar topics (EL)
I
5
A.S. 90857 v2English 1.6 - Construct and deliver an oral text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91102 v2English 2.5 - Construct and deliver a crafted and controlled oral text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
U.S. 28060 v2Read and understand complex texts for practical purposes (EL)
I
5
U.S. 28064 v3Present information on a familiar topic (EL)
I
5
U.S. 28071 v3Write complex texts on familiar topics (EL)
I
5
A.S. 90857 v2English 1.6 - Construct and deliver an oral text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Social & Community Services credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91102 v2English 2.5 - Construct and deliver a crafted and controlled oral text
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Primary Industries credits
  • 3 Services Industries credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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ESL31F - ESOL 31F - ACADEMIC ENGLISH - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course offers the NCEA Level 2 English Writing and Reading Achievement Standards needed for University Entrance. Although the emphasis is on academic reading and writing skills, students will be encouraged to improve their speaking and listening, and to give reasoned oral and written responses to a range of situations and texts.

Please note: The total number of credits available for this course is 18. Students can choose to do US22750 or AS91101, not both.

Teacher in Charge: Ms C. McKinnon

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $10.00

Recommended Prior Learning: EL Unit Standards at Level 4 or post-intermediate level of English. Students who are doing a full Year 13 course of study.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 22750 v3Write a crafted text using researched material in English for an academic purpose
I
5
Y
5w
A.S. 91105 v2English 2.8 - Use information literacy skills to form developed conclusion(s)
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91106 v1English 2.9 - Form developed personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91101 v2English 2.4 - Produce a selection of crafted and controlled writing
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91099 v4English 2.2 - Analyse specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
U.S. 22750 v3Write a crafted text using researched material in English for an academic purpose
I
5
Y
5w
A.S. 91105 v2English 2.8 - Use information literacy skills to form developed conclusion(s)
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91106 v1English 2.9 - Form developed personal responses to independently read texts, supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
4r
A.S. 91101 v2English 2.4 - Produce a selection of crafted and controlled writing
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 6 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 6 Primary Industries credits
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
Y
6w
A.S. 91099 v4English 2.2 - Analyse specified aspect(s) of studied visual or oral text(s), supported by evidence
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Social & Community Services credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
E
4
Y
4w
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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FRE11F - FRENCH 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course builds on Year 9 and 10 French.Topics such as travel, sport & leisure, holidays, eating out and health & communication will be covered. Students will be able to use familiar language in a variety of situations, and be able to understand and explain many French customs. There will be a focus on listening, reading, writing and speaking skills. A diversity of resources, such as CDs, DVDs and internet games will be used during the year.

Future Possibilities
This course is a pre-requisite for Years 12 and 13 French.

Teacher in Charge: Ms M. Dalley

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $20.00 for Level 1 French student booklet (Renash resources), $30.00 for Language Perfect membership

Recommended Prior Learning: A satisfactory level of basic French Year 10 is essential.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 90881 v2French 1.4 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of French texts on areas of most immediate relevance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 90878 v2French 1.1 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of spoken French texts on areas of most immediate relevance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 90882 v2French 1.5 - Write a variety of text types in French on areas of most immediate relevance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 90880 v1French 1.3 - Interact using spoken French to communicate personal information, ideas and opinions in different situations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 90879 v2French 1.2 - Give a spoken presentation in French that communicates a personal response
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 90881 v2French 1.4 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of French texts on areas of most immediate relevance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 90878 v2French 1.1 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of spoken French texts on areas of most immediate relevance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 90882 v2French 1.5 - Write a variety of text types in French on areas of most immediate relevance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 90880 v1French 1.3 - Interact using spoken French to communicate personal information, ideas and opinions in different situations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 90879 v2French 1.2 - Give a spoken presentation in French that communicates a personal response
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
I
4
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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FRE21F - FRENCH 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students continue to develop their language skills, learning more complex grammatical structures and gaining flexibility in using French in less familiar contexts. Students should be reaching the 'social competence' stage of language development.
Year 12 and 13 French are a combined class and students study different topics in class depending on their year level.

Topics covered in Level 2 French include:
• Youth culture
• Family issues
• The future – technology and society
• Immigration in today’s world
• Environment
• Travel and exploring
• Leisure time
• Work and careers

Future Possibilities
Year 13 French (FRE31)

Teacher in Charge: Ms M. Dalley

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $20.00 for Level 2 French student booklet (Renash resources). $30.00 for Language Perfect membership

Recommended Prior Learning: Minimum of 14 credits at French NCEA Level 1.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91122 v1French 2.5 - Write a variety of text types in French to convey information, ideas, and opinions in genuine contexts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 91120 v2French 2.2 - Give a spoken presentation in French that communicates information, ideas and opinions
I
4
A.S. 91119 v2French 2.3 - Interact using spoken French to share information and justify ideas and opinions in different situations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 91121 v3French 2.4 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of written and/or visual French text(s) on familiar matters
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 91118 v3French 2.1 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of spoken French texts on familiar matters
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 91122 v1French 2.5 - Write a variety of text types in French to convey information, ideas, and opinions in genuine contexts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 91120 v2French 2.2 - Give a spoken presentation in French that communicates information, ideas and opinions
I
4
A.S. 91119 v2French 2.3 - Interact using spoken French to share information and justify ideas and opinions in different situations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 91121 v3French 2.4 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of written and/or visual French text(s) on familiar matters
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 91118 v3French 2.1 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of spoken French texts on familiar matters
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
E
5
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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FRE31F - FRENCH 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

As a continuation of the Year 12 course, students will have an understanding of and ability to use all the communication functions in Levels 1-8 of French in the New Zealand Curriculum. The four language skills are further developed. Students will have sufficient knowledge of vocabulary and grammar to allow communication and understanding of complex information in French.
Year 12 and 13 are a combined class and students study different topics in class depending on their year level.

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Future Possibilities
Tertiary study

Teacher in Charge: Ms M. Dalley

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $20.00 for Level 3 French student booklet (Renash resources), $30.00 for Language Perfect membership

Recommended Prior Learning: Minimum 14 credits at French Level 2

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91546 v1French 3.4 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of extended written and/or visual French texts
E
5
A.S. 91543 v2French 3.1 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of extended spoken French texts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 91545 v1French 3.3 - Interact clearly using spoken French to explore and justify varied ideas and perspectives in different situations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91544 v1French 3.2 - Give a clear spoken presentation in French that communicates a critical response to stimulus material
I
3
A.S. 91547 v1French 3.5 - Write a variety of text types in clear French to explore and justify varied ideas and perspectives
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 91546 v1French 3.4 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of extended written and/or visual French texts
E
5
A.S. 91543 v2French 3.1 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of extended spoken French texts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 91545 v1French 3.3 - Interact clearly using spoken French to explore and justify varied ideas and perspectives in different situations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91544 v1French 3.2 - Give a clear spoken presentation in French that communicates a critical response to stimulus material
I
3
A.S. 91547 v1French 3.5 - Write a variety of text types in clear French to explore and justify varied ideas and perspectives
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
I
5
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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JPA11F - JAPANESE 11F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course builds on Year 9 and 10 Japanese. Topics such as eating out, leisure activities, holidays, meeting others and health & communication will be covered. Students will continue to learn about aspects of Japanese culture and society. Students will be able to use familiar language in a variety of situations and be able to understand and explain many Japanese customs. There will be a focus on listening, reading, writing and speaking skills and students will be expected to be able to read and write hiragana, katakana and 55 simple kanji by the end of the year.

Future Possibilities
Pre-requisite for Years 12 and 13 Japanese.

Teacher in Charge: Ms M. Dalley

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $20 for Level 1 Japanese Student Booklet (RENASH Resources), $30 for Language Perfect membership.

Recommended Prior Learning: A satisfactory level of basic Japanese Year 10 is essential.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 90897 v1Japanese 1.5 - Write a variety of text types in Japanese on areas of most immediate relevance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 90895 v1Japanese 1.3 - Interact using spoken Japanese to communicate personal information, ideas and opinions in different situations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 90894 v1Japanese 1.2 - Give a spoken presentation in Japanese that communicates a personal response
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 90896 v2Japanese 1.4 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of Japanese texts on areas of most immediate relevance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 90893 v2Japanese 1.1 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of spoken Japanese texts on areas of most immediate relevance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 90897 v1Japanese 1.5 - Write a variety of text types in Japanese on areas of most immediate relevance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 90895 v1Japanese 1.3 - Interact using spoken Japanese to communicate personal information, ideas and opinions in different situations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 90894 v1Japanese 1.2 - Give a spoken presentation in Japanese that communicates a personal response
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
I
4
A.S. 90896 v2Japanese 1.4 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of Japanese texts on areas of most immediate relevance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 90893 v2Japanese 1.1 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of spoken Japanese texts on areas of most immediate relevance
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Primary Industries credits
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
E
5
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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JPA21F - JAPANESE 21F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students continue to develop their language skills, learning more complex grammatical structures and gaining flexibility in using Japanese in less familiar contexts. Students should be reaching the 'social competence' stage of language development. The study of the Japanese writing system continues and another 56 Kanji will be studied. By the end of the year students will be able to use approximately 100 of the most common kanji.
Year 12 and13 Japanese are a combined class and students study different topics in class depending on their year level.

Topics covered in Level 2 Japanese include:
• Family Life
• Leisure Activities
• The School System
• Eating and Drinking

Future Possibilities
Year 13 Japanese.

Teacher in Charge: Ms M. Dalley

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $20.00 for Level 2 Japanese student booklet (Renash resources), $30.00 for Language Perfect membership

Recommended Prior Learning: Minimum 14 credits at Japanese NCEA Level 1.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91136 v3Japanese 2.4 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of written and/or visual Japanese text(s) on familiar matters
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 91133 v3Japanese 2.1 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of spoken Japanese texts on familiar matters
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 91137 v2Japanese 2.5 - Write a variety of text types in Japanese to convey information, ideas, and opinions in genuine contexts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 91135 v2Japanese 2.2 - Give a spoken presentation in Japanese that communicates information, ideas and opinions
I
4
A.S. 91134 v1Japanese 2.3 - Interact using spoken Japanese to share information and justify ideas and opinions in different situations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 91136 v3Japanese 2.4 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of written and/or visual Japanese text(s) on familiar matters
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 91133 v3Japanese 2.1 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of spoken Japanese texts on familiar matters
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 91137 v2Japanese 2.5 - Write a variety of text types in Japanese to convey information, ideas, and opinions in genuine contexts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 91135 v2Japanese 2.2 - Give a spoken presentation in Japanese that communicates information, ideas and opinions
I
4
A.S. 91134 v1Japanese 2.3 - Interact using spoken Japanese to share information and justify ideas and opinions in different situations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
  • 5 Social & Community Services credits
  • 5 Creative Industries credits
I
5
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


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JPA31F - JAPANESE 31F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

Students will have an understanding of and ability to use all the communication functions in Level 1-8 of Japanese in the New Zealand Curriculum. The four language skills are further developed. Students will have sufficient knowledge of vocabulary and grammar to allow communication and understanding of complex information in Japanese. Students will learn another 47 Kanji expanding their knowledge of kanji to a total of 150 characters including the meanings, how to write them and the various readings associated with each character.
Year 12 and 13 are a combined class and students study different topics in class depending on their year level.

Topics covered in Japanese 31F include:
• Land and people
• Communication and the media
• Japan at work
• Travel and Tourism

If a student achieves 14 Level 3 credits in this course it will be counted as an approved subject for University Entrance.

Future Possibilities
Tertiary study at University or Polytechnic. Various scholarships to study in Japan are available.

Teacher in Charge: Ms M. Dalley

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $20.00 for Level 3 Japanese student booklet (Renash resources), $30.00 for Language Perfect membership

Recommended Prior Learning: Minimum 14 credits at Japanese NCEA Level 2.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91557 v1Japanese 3.5 - Write a variety of text types in clear Japanese to explore and justify varied ideas and perspectives
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 91555 v1Japanese 3.3 - Interact clearly using spoken Japanese to explore and justify varied ideas and perspectives in different situations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91554 v1Japanese 3.2 - Give a clear spoken presentation in Japanese that communicates a critical response to stimulus material
I
3
A.S. 91556 v1Japanese 3.4 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of extended written and/or visual Japanese texts
E
5
A.S. 91553 v2Japanese 3.1 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of extended spoken Japanese texts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
E
5
A.S. 91557 v1Japanese 3.5 - Write a variety of text types in clear Japanese to explore and justify varied ideas and perspectives
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
I
5
A.S. 91555 v1Japanese 3.3 - Interact clearly using spoken Japanese to explore and justify varied ideas and perspectives in different situations
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 6 Services Industries credits
  • 6 Social & Community Services credits
  • 6 Creative Industries credits
I
6
A.S. 91554 v1Japanese 3.2 - Give a clear spoken presentation in Japanese that communicates a critical response to stimulus material
I
3
A.S. 91556 v1Japanese 3.4 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of extended written and/or visual Japanese texts
E
5
A.S. 91553 v2Japanese 3.1 - Demonstrate understanding of a variety of extended spoken Japanese texts
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 5 Services Industries credits
E
5
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Languages Pathway Booklet - 2021

CES22F - CONVERSATIONAL ESOL 22F - Full Year

This course requires 2 options.

This course is designed for students whose first language is NOT English and is made up of ELL conversation standards to help develop the students’ oral input and output skills. There will be some written/reading focus but this will be covered more in the other Year 12 ESOL class.

Students have the opportunity to gain credits towards the New Zealand Certificate in English Language (NZCEL).
Students should complete at least 20 credits from the standards offered below, according to interest and language levels.

Teacher in Charge: Ms C. McKinnon

Recommended Prior Learning: Selection for this course is through discussion with the teacher n charge.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
U.S. 28062 v2Participate in a formal interview (EL)
I
5
U.S. 30980 v1Demonstrate understanding of a straightforward spoken text on a familiar topic (EL)
I
5
U.S. 30985 v1Demonstrate understanding of straightforward spoken instructions in a familiar context (EL)
I
5
U.S. 31014 v1Participate in a straightforward spoken interaction on a familiar topic (EL)
I
5
U.S. 31020 v1Participate in an interview on a familiar topic (EL)
I
5
U.S. 28062 v2Participate in a formal interview (EL)
I
5
U.S. 30980 v1Demonstrate understanding of a straightforward spoken text on a familiar topic (EL)
I
5
U.S. 30985 v1Demonstrate understanding of straightforward spoken instructions in a familiar context (EL)
I
5
U.S. 31014 v1Participate in a straightforward spoken interaction on a familiar topic (EL)
I
5
U.S. 31020 v1Participate in an interview on a familiar topic (EL)
I
5
  
Total Credits

Mathematics




Mathematics Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Mathematics Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Mathematics Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Mathematics Pathway Booklet - 2021

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This course requires option.


Mathematics Pathway Booklet - 2021

MAT21S - MATHEMATICS 21S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

The emphasis of this course is broader than the other 21S courses. It is a general course that offers a variety of different topics.
Mathematical and Statistical thinking and concepts are developed and placed in meaningful contexts.

Future Possibilities
This course is suitable for students not sure if they wish to study Mathematics beyond the Year 12 level. This course will equip them with more advanced mathematics skills with a practical orientation. Students may progress to Mathematics 31F.

NB: To gain entry to Level 3 Mathematics courses, students need to successfully complete 2 semesters of Level 2 Mathematics.

Teacher in Charge: Mr P. Truesdale

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $15.00 for revision/homework book. Students will require a graphics calculator ($20.00 per year – hired – numbers limited, or buy one from the school office for $95.00)

Recommended Prior Learning: Minimum of 12 Level 1 Achievement Standard credits and it must include AS 1.2 - Apply algebraic procedures in solving problems.

AssessmentDescriptionInternal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy CreditsUE Literacy CreditsNumeracy Credits
A.S. 91269 v3Mathematics and Statistics 2.14 - Apply systems of equations in solving problems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
Y
A.S. 91259 v3Mathematics and Statistics 2.4 - Apply trigonometric relationships in solving problems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91257 v3Mathematics and Statistics 2.2 - Apply graphical methods in solving problems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
A.S. 91269 v3Mathematics and Statistics 2.14 - Apply systems of equations in solving problems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 2 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 2 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 2 Creative Industries credits
I
2
Y
A.S. 91259 v3Mathematics and Statistics 2.4 - Apply trigonometric relationships in solving problems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 3 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 3 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 3 Creative Industries credits
I
3
Y
A.S. 91257 v3Mathematics and Statistics 2.2 - Apply graphical methods in solving problems
Vocational Pathways Credits:
  • 4 Construction & Infrastructure credits
  • 4 Manufacturing & Technology credits
  • 4 Primary Industries credits
  • 4 Services Industries credits
  • 4 Creative Industries credits
I
4
Y
  
Total Credits

Vocational Pathways Credits:


Mathematics Pathway Booklet - 2021

MAT22S - MATHEMATICS 22S - Semester

This course requires 1 option.

This course builds on essential mathematics and statistics skills. It focuses on practical applications in real life situations. As part of this course we will endeavour to offer standards that best suit the student's individual pathway.

Future Possibilities
This course is suitable for students not intending to study mathematics beyond the Year 12 level but eager to take a course which will equip them with more advanced mathematics and statistics skills.
If successful students may progress to Mathematics 21S or Mathematics with Statistics 21S

Teacher in Charge: Mr P. Truesdale

Contributions and Equipment/Stationery: $15.00 for revision/homework book. Students will require a scientific or graphics calculator ($20.00 per year – hired – numbers limited, or buy one from the school office for $95.00)

Recommended Prior Learning: Minimum of 10 Level 1 Achievement Standard credits.