Work Sample : Robyn

Activity : Coping Strategy Scenarios

    Coping Strategy Scenarios - Robyn : Grade Commentary

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Robyn has demonstrated an elementary level of understanding and knowledge of coping strategies. A very limited range of strategies for maintaining positive relationships and for dealing with change, grief and loss is presented with a very limited competence in demonstrating assertive behaviour. Effects of the decisions on others have not been recognised. This work sample demonstrates characteristics of work typically produced by a student performing at grade E standard at the end of Stage 3.

Grade E

The student has an elementary knowledge and understanding in few areas of the content and has achieved very limited competence in some of the processes and skills.

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Foundation Statement strands

The following strands are covered in this activity:

  • Healthy Choices
    Students examine key factors that contribute to a balanced lifestyle and keeping safe and healthy. They examine nutritional information, disease prevention and the effects of drugs on the body and they identify behaviours that impact on wellbeing. Students assess the safety of situations in home, school, water and road environments and identify appropriate responses. They describe and practise a range of personal safety strategies that could be used in threatening or abusive situations. They take responsibility for personal decisions, recognising the effects that decisions have on self and others.
  • Self and Relationships
    Students describe the factors that influence personal identity and examine the physical, social and emotional changes that occurduring puberty. They devise strategies for coping with change, grief and loss. They value the differences between individuals and challenge discrimination and harassment. Students value different roles and responsibilities in relationships, the importance of communication and they practise positive ways to deal with conflict.
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