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Assessment Resource Centre (ARC)

  1. Years 9-10
  2. Design and Technology
  3. Work Samples
  4. Grade C
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Work Samples - Grade C

The work samples for this grade, together, assist teachers to gain a common understanding of the standard of work typically produced by students whose performance, on balance, matches the description for Grade C.

At the end of Stage 5 for the School Certificate, student achievement is reported using the Course Performance Descriptors. Read more about School Certificate Grading.

Activity: Exposition of Henry Ford (View Activity…)

Students will use research, role-play and class discussion as the basis for a written exposition on the impact of automobiles, from the perspective of Henry Ford.

Activity: Planning a Website (View Activity…)

Students will develop a flow chart, Gantt chart and development list as methods of communicating project planning for their website.

Activity: Designing and evaluating ideas for silver jewellery project (View Activity…)

Students sketch three jewellery design ideas for silver jewellery and complete a PMI evaluation of each idea.

Activity: 'Design a Space' Survey (View Activity…)

Students design a client survey and analyse the survey results.

Activity: 'Design a Space' PowerPoint (View Activity…)

Students produce a powerpoint for a 'Space' design, documenting the process they have used to design a space.

Activity: Student Negotiated Design Project (View Activity…)

Students develop a solution to an identified need.

Activity: Final product and evaluation of a jewellery project (View Activity…)

Students document the evaluation of their final product and the processes undertaken during the development of their design product.

Grade C

The student has a sound knowledge and understanding of the main areas of content and has achieved an adequate level of competence in the processes and skills.
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