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TS3.

Communicates effectively for a range of purposes and with a variety of audiences to express welldeveloped, well organised ideas dealing with more challenging topics.

TS3.2

Interacts productively and with autonomy in pairs and groups of various sizes and composition, uses effective oral presentation skills and strategies and listens attentively.

TS3.3

Critically analyses techniques used by writers to create certain effects, to use language creatively, to position the reader in various ways and to construct different interpretations of experience.

TS3.4

Evaluates the organisational patterns of some more challenging spoken texts and some characteristic language features.

RS3.5

Reads independently an extensive range of texts with increasing content demands and responds to themes and issues.

RS3.6

Uses a comprehensive range of skills and strategies appropriate to the type of text being read.

RS3.7

Critically analyses techniques used by writers to create certain effects, to use language

creatively, to position the reader in various ways and to construct different interpretations of experience. RS3.8 Identifies the text structure of a wider range of more complex text types and discusses how the characteristic grammatical features work to influence readers and viewers understanding of texts.

WS3.9

Produces a wide range of well-structured and wellpresented literary and factual texts for a wide variety of purposes and audiences using increasingly challenging topics, ideas, issues and written language

features.

WS3.10

Uses knowledge of sentence structure, grammar and punctuation to edit own writing.

WS3.11

Spells most common words accurately and uses a range of strategies to spell unfamiliar words.

WS3.12

Produces texts in a fluent and legible style and uses computer technology to present these effectively in a variety of ways.

WS3.13

Critically analyses own texts in terms of how well they have been written, how effectively they present the subject matter and how they influence the reader.

WS3.14

Critically evaluates how own texts have been structured to achieve their purpose and discusses ways of using related grammatical features and conventions of written language to shape readers and viewers understanding of texts. WMS3.1 Asks questions that could be explored using mathematics in relation to Stage 3 content. Selects and applies appropriate problem-solving WMS3.2 strategies, including technological applications, in undertaking investigations. Describes and represents a mathematical WMS3.3 situation in a variety of ways using mathematical

terminology and some conventions. Gives a valid reason for WMS3.4 supporting one possible solution over another. Links mathematical ideas and makes connections with, and WMS3.5 generalisations about, existing knowledge and understanding in relation to Stage 3 content.

NS3.1

Orders, reads and writes numbers of any size. Selects and applies appropriate strategies for

NS3.2

addition and subtraction with counting numbers of any size. Selects and applies appropriate strategies for multiplication and division.

NS3.3

Compares, orders and calculates with NS3.4 decimals, simple fractions and simple percentages. Orders the likelihood of NS3.5 simple events on a number line from zero to one.

PAS3.1a

Records, analyses and describes geometric and number patterns that involve one operation using tables and words. Constructs, verifies and completes number

PAS3.1b

sentences involving the four operations with a variety of numbers.

DS3.1

Displays and interprets data in graphs with scales of manyto-one correspondence.

MS3.1

Selects and uses the appropriate unit and device to measure lengths, distances and perimeters. Selects and uses the appropriate unit to calculate

MS3.2

area, including the area of squares, rectangles and triangles. Selects and uses the appropriate unit to estimate and measures

MS3.3

volumes and capacity, including the volume of rectangular prisms. Selects and uses the appropriate unit

MS3.4

measuring device to find the mass of objects Uses twentyfour hour time and am and pm

MS3.5

notation in reallife situations and constructs timelines.

SGS3.1

Identifies threedimensional objects, including particular prisms and pyramids, on the basis of their properties, and visualises, sketches and constructs them given drawings of different views. Manipulates, classifies and draws twodimensional shapes and describes side and angle properties. Measures,

SGS3.2a

SGS3.2b

constructs and classifies angles. Uses a variety

SGS3.3

of mapping skills

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ALS3.6
PDHPE

Physical education
Shows how to maintain and improve the quality of an active lifestyle.

GSS3.8
PDHPE

Applies movement skills in games and sports that require communication, cooperation, decision-making and observation of rules.

GYS3.10

Demonstrates coordinated actions of the body when performing gymnastic

PDHPE

sequences.

INS3.3
PDHPE

Acts in ways that enhance the contribution of self and others in a range of cooperative situations.

MOS3.4
PDHPE

Refines and applies movement skills creatively to a variety of challenging situations.

DAS3.7
PDHPE

Performs a range of dance styles and sequences confidently.

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GDS3.9
PDHPE

Identity
Explains and demonstrates strategies for dealing with life changes.

IRS3.11
PDHPE

Describes roles and responsibilities in developing and maintaining positive relationships.

COS3.1
PDHPE

Communicates confidently in a variety of situations. INS3.3

MUS3.1 Creative Arts MUS3.2 Creative Arts MUS3.4 Creative Arts VAS3.1 Creative Arts VAS3.2

Sings, plays and moves to a range of music, individually and in groups, demonstrating a knowledge of musical concepts.

Improvises, experiments, selects, combines and orders sound using musical concepts.

Identifies the use of musical concepts and symbols in a range of musical styles.

Investigates subject matter in an attempt to represent likenesses of things in the world.

Makes artworks for different audiences, assembling materials in a variety of

Creative Arts VAS3.3 Creative Arts VAS3.4 Creative Arts CCS3.2


HSIE

ways.

Acknowledges that audiences respond in different ways to artworks and that there are different opinions about the value of artworks.

Communicates about the ways in which subject matter is represented in artworks.

Explains the development of the principles of Australian democracy.

CUS3.3
HSIE

Describes different cultural influences and their contribution to Australian identities.

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DAS3.1 Creative Arts DAS3.2 Creative Arts DAS3.3 Creative Arts DRAS3.1 Creative Arts DRAS3.2 Creative Arts DRAS3.3

Living land
Performs and interprets dances from particular contexts, using a wide range of movement skills and appropriate expressive qualities.

Explores, selects, organises and refines movement using the elements of dance to communicate intent.

Discusses and interprets the relationship between content, meaning and context of their own and others dances.

Develops a range of in-depth and sustained roles.

Interprets and conveys dramatic meaning by using the elements of drama and a range of movement and voice skills in a variety of drama forms.

Devises, acts and rehearses drama for performance to an audience.

Creative Arts DRAS3.4 Creative Arts MUS3.3 Creative Arts ENS3.5


HSIE
Demonstrates an understanding of the interconnectedness between Australia and global environments and how individuals and groups can act in an ecologically responsible manner. Explains how various beliefs and practices influence the ways in which people interact with, change and value their environment. Notates and discusses own work and the work of others. MUS3.1, MUS3.2, VAS3.1, VAS3.2, VAS3.3, VAS3.4 Responds critically to a range of drama works and performance styles.

ENS3.6
HSIE

PHS3.12
PDHPE

Explains the consequences of personal lifestyle choices.

PSS3.5
PDHPE

Suggests, considers and selects appropriate alternatives when resolving problems.

SLS3.13
PDHPE

Describes safe practices that are appropriate to a range of situations and environments.

DMS3.2
PDHPE

Makes informed decisions and accepts responsibility for consequences.

DMS3.8
SciTech

Develops and resolves a design task by planning, implementing, managing and evaluating design processes.

BES3.1
SciTech

Creates and evaluates built environments, demonstrating consideration of sustainability and aesthetic, cultural, safety and functional issues.

UTS3.9

Evaluates, selects and uses a range of equipment, computer-based

SciTech

technology, materials and other resources to meet the requirements and constraints of investigation and design tasks.

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SSS3.8
HSIE

Making informed choices


Explains the structures, roles, responsibilities and decision-making processes of State and federal governments and explains why Australians value fairness and socially just principles. DRAS3.1, DRAS3.3, DRAS3.4

Creative Arts
PDHPE

IRS3.11, PHS3.12, SLS3.13, PSS3.5, COS3.1, DMS3.2, INS3.3

ICS3.2
SciTech

Creates and evaluates information products and processes, demonstrating consideration of the type of media, form, audience and ethical issues. DMS3.8, UTS3.9

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INVS3.7
SciTech

Physical phenomena
Conducts their own investigations and makes judgments based on the results of observing, questioning, planning, predicting, testing, collecting, recording and analysing data, and drawing conclusions. Identifies and applies processes involved in manipulating, using and changing the form of energy. UTS3.9

PPS3.4
SciTech

Creative Arts
PDHPE

MUS3.1, MUS3.4

ALS3.6, GDS3.9, DMS3.2, PHS3.12

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CCS3.1
HSIE

Traditions and heritage


Explains the significance of particular people, groups, places, actions and events in the past in developing Australian identities and heritage. CCS3.2

Creative Arts

DRAS3.1, DRAS3.2, DRAS3.3, DRAS3.4, MUS3.1, MUS3.2, MUS3.3, MUS3.4, VAS3.1, VAS3.2, VAS3.3, VAS3.4

Interconnecting growth and change

PDHPE

COS3.1, INS3.3, GDS3.9, IRS 3.11

Creative Arts
HSIE

DAS3.1, DAS3.2, DAS3.3, MUS3.1, MUS3.2, MUS3.4, VAS3.1, VAS3.2, VAS3.3, VAS3.4 ENS3.5, CCS3.2

LTS3.3
SciTech

Identifies, describes and evaluates the interactions between living things and their effects on the environment. INVS3.7

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SSS3.7
HSIE

Global and social issues


Describes how Australian people, systems and communities are globally interconnected and recognises global responsibilities.

Creative Arts
PDHPE

VAS3.1, VAS3.2, VAS3.3, VAS3.4, DRAS3.1, DRAS3.2, DRAS3.3, DRAS3.4

GDS3.9, PHS3.12, DMS3.2

ESS3.6
SciTech

Recognises that the earth is the source of most materials and resources, and describes phenomena and processes, both natural and human, that form and change the earth over time. INVS3.7, UTS3.9

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Creative Arts CUS3.4
HSIE
PDHPE

Symbol systems
DAS3.1, DAS3.2, DAS3.3, DRAS3.1, DRAS3.2, DRAS3.3, DRAS3.4, MUS3.1, MUS3.2, MUS3.4, VAS3.1, VAS3.2, VAS3.3, VAS3.4 Examines how cultures change through interactions with other cultures and the environment.

MOS3.4, DAS3.7

PSS3.5
SciTech

Creates and evaluates products and services, demonstrating consideration of sustainability, aesthetic, cultural, safety and functional issues. DMS3.8, UTS3.9

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Creative Arts
HSIE

Creative Arts outcome

Outcomes are written in full once only. The outcome code is used when the outcome is repeated. Physical education is a separate group for programming to ensure all students participate in 120 minutes of planned activity each week

HSIE outcome

P D H P E PDHPE outcome

SciTech

Science & Technology outcome