# Victorian Curriculum Mathematics 7-10

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Powering up for Year 7

NAPLAN practice (online)

1. Positive Integers
2. Positive and negative integers
3. Factors, multiples, indices and primes
4. Fractions and percentages
5. Ratios, rates and best buys
6. Decimals
7. Algebra
8. Equations
9. Geometry
10. Measurement
11. Coordinates and the Cartesian plane
12. Transformations
13. Introduction to probability
14. Representing and interpreting data

#### Year 8

NAPLAN practice (online)

1. Integers
2. Index laws
3. Real Numbers
4. Applications of percentages
5. Ratios and rates
6. Congruence
7. Algebra
8. Measurement
9. Linear equations
10. Representing and interpreting data
11. Probability
12. Coordinates and linear graphs
13. Pythagoras’ theorem
14. Algorithmic thinking

#### Year 9

NAPLAN practice (online)

1. Number skills and index laws
2. Algebra
3. Linear equations
4. Congruence and similarity
5. Pythagoras and trigonometry
6. Linear and non-linear graphs
7. Proportion and rates
8. Financial mathematics
9. Measurement
10. Probability
11. Statistics
13. Algorithmic thinking

#### Year 10

1. Indices, surds and logarithms
2. Algebra and equations
3. Networks
4. Linear relationships
5. Trigonometry I
6. Surface and volume
9. Functions, relations and modelling
10. Deductive geometry
11. Probability
12. Univariate data
13. Bivariate data
14. Circle Geometry
15. Trigonometry II
16. Algorithmic thinking (online)

# NSW Syllabus Mathematics 7-10

#### Year 7

Powering up for Year 7

NAPLAN practice (online)

1. Computation with positive integers
2. Computation with negative integers
3. Factors, multiples, indices and primes
4. Fractions and percentages
5. Decimals
6. Ratios and rates
7. Algebraic techniques
8. Equations
9. Linear relationships
10. Length, area and volume
11. Angles relationships and properties of geometrical figures
12. Data classification and visucalisation
13. Probability

#### Year 8

NAPLAN practice (online)

1. Computation with integers
2. Fractions, decimals and percentages
3. Financial mathematics
4. Ratios and rates
5. Congruence
6. Alegebraic techniques
7. Indices
8. Measurement
9. Equations
10. Linear relationships
11. Probability
12. Data analysis
13. Pythagoras’ theorem

#### Year 9

1. Financial mathematics
2. Indices and surds
3. Numbers of any magnitude
4. Algebraic techniques
5. Linear equations
7. Linear relationships
8. Non-linear relationships
9. Variation and rates of change (Path)
10. Trigonometry
11. Measurement
12. Properties of geometrical figures
13. Data analysis
14. Probability

#### Year 10

1. Financial mathematics
2. Indices and surds
3. Algebraic techniques
4. Algebra, linear equations and inequalities (Path)
5. Simultaneous equations (Path)
7. Linear relationships
8. Non-linear relationships
9. Trigonometry I
10. Trigonometry II (Path)
11. Measurement
12. Properties of geometrical figures (Path)
13. Data analysis
14. Probability
15. Polynomials (Path)
16. Logarithms (Path)
17. Functions and other graphs (Path)
18. Circle geometry (Path)
19. Introduction to networks (Path)

# Australian Curriculum Mathematics 7-10

#### Year 7

Powering up for Year 7

NAPLAN practice (online)

1. Positive Integers
2. Positive and negative integers
3. Factors, multiples, indices and primes
4. Fractions and percentages
5. Ratios, rates and best buys
6. Decimals
7. Algebra
8. Equations
9. Geometry
10. Measurement
11. Coordinates and the Cartesian plane
12. Transformations
13. Introduction to probability
14. Representing and interpreting data

#### Year 8

NAPLAN practice (online)

1. Integers
2. Index laws
3. Real Numbers
4. Applications of percentages
5. Ratios and rates
6. Congruence
7. Algebra
8. Measurement
9. Linear equations
10. Representing and interpreting data
11. Probability
12. Coordinates and linear graphs
13. Pythagoras’ theorem
14. Algorithmic thinking

#### Year 9

NAPLAN practice (online)

1. Number skills and index laws
2. Algebra
3. Linear equations
4. Congruence and similarity
5. Pythagoras and trigonometry
6. Linear and non-linear graphs
7. Proportion and rates
8. Financial mathematics
9. Measurement
10. Probability
11. Statistics
13. Algorithmic thinking

#### Year 10

1. Indices, surds and logarithms
2. Algebra and equations
3. Networks
4. Linear relationships
5. Trigonometry I
6. Surface and volume
9. Functions, relations and modelling
10. Deductive geometry
11. Probability
12. Univariate data
13. Bivariate data
14. Circle Geometry
15. Trigonometry II
16. Algorithmic thinking (online)

# Australian Curriculum Science 7-10

#### Year 7

1. Discovering science
2. Learning keys
3. Classification
4. Ecosystems
5. State of matter
6. Separating mixtures
7. Earth in Space
8. Forces in action

#### Year 8

1. Investigating science
2. Language of learning
3. Cells
4. Systems – living connections
5. Elements, compounds and mixtures
6. Chemical change
7. Rocks
8. The dynamic Earth
9. Energy

#### Year 9

1. Investigating science
2. Control and coordination
3. Systems working together
4. The immune response
5. Reproduction
6. Inside the atom
7. Chemical reactions
8. Global systems
9. Energy transmission
10. Electricity and efficiency
11. Psychology
12. Forensics

#### Year 10

1. Discovering Science
2. Getting into genes
3. Evolution
4. Chemical Patterns
5. Chemical reactions
6. The mysterious universe
7. Patterns of global climate change
8. Forces, energy and motion
9. Science quests
10. Psychology
11. Forensics

# Australian Curriculum Humanities 7-10

#### Year 7

##### History
1. History concepts and skills
2. Deep time history of Australia
3. Ancient Greece
4. Ancient Rome
5. Ancient Egypt
6. Ancient India
7. Ancient China
##### Geography
1. Geographical concepts and skills
2. Water as a resource
3. Water variability and natural hazards
4. Choosing a place to live
5. Liveable places
##### Civics & Citizenship
1. Civics and Citizenship concepts and skills
2. The Australian government and active citizenship
3. The legal system and you
4. Australian citizenship, diversity and identity
1. Economics and business concepts and skills
2. Our economy — consumers, producers and government
3. Work and entrepreneurship

#### Year 8

##### History
1. History concepts and skills
2. Medieval Europe
3. Renaissance Italy (c.1400–1600)
4. The emergence of the modern world (c. 1500–1650)
5. Mongol expansion (c.1206–1368)
6. The Ottoman Empire
7. The Vikings (c. 790–1066)
8. The Spanish conquest of the Americas (c. 1492–1572)
9. Angkor and the Khmer Empire (c. 802–1431)
10. Japan under the shōguns (c.794–1867)
11. Polynesian expansion across the Pacific (c. 700–1756)
##### Geography
1. Geographical concepts and skills
2. Landforms and landscapes
3. Landscapes formed by water
4. Geomorphic hazards
5. Urbanisation and migration
6. Our changing urban world
##### Civics & Citizenship
1. Civics and Citizenship concepts and skills
2. Australia’s government and democracy
3. Where do our laws come from?
4. Citizenship, diversity and identity
1. Economics and Business concepts and skills
2. Markets: Consumers, businesses and government
3. Achieving economic goals

#### Year 9

##### History
1. History concepts and skills
2. Australia (1750–1918): Colonisation and conflict
3. Australia (1750–1918): From colonies to nationhood
4. World War I (1914–1918)
5. The Industrial Revolution: Technology and progress
6. The industrial revolution – impacts and movement of people
7. China (1750–1918)
##### Geography
1. Geographical concepts and skills
2. Biomes and food production
3. Food security
4. Connecting with our places
5. Connecting people and place
##### Civics & Citizenship
1. Civics and Citizenship concepts and skills
2. Constitutional change and the legislative process
3. Australia’s justice system and the courts
4. Global citizenship
1. Economics and Business concepts and skills
2. The Australian and global economies
3. Financial risk

#### Year 10

##### History
1. History concepts and skills
2. World War II
3. Rights and freedoms (1945 to present)
4. Migration experiences
5. The globalising world
6. The environment movement
##### Geography
1. Geographical concepts and skills
2. Introducing environmental change and management
3. Land environments: change and management
4. Inland water: change and management
5. Coast change and management
6. Marine environments change and management
7. Urban change and management
8. Measuring and improving wellbeing
9. Global responses to human wellbeing
##### Civics & Citizenship
1. Civics and Citizenship concepts and skills
2. Regional government and global citizenship
3. The High Court and Australia’s international agreements
4. Sustaining democracy and social cohesion
1. Economics and Business concepts and skills
2. Economic performance, superannuation and living standards
3. Influencing consumers — innovation and competition in the marketplace

# Australian Curriculum Health & PE 7-10

#### Year 7 & 8

Strand: Personal, social and community health

1. Identity and diversity
2. Developing respectful relationships
3. Adolescence — changes and strategies
4. Protective behaviours and seeking help
5.  Influences on health, safety and wellbeing
6. Promoting health, safety and wellbeing

Strand: Movement and physical activity

1. Understanding movement
2. Solving movement challenges
4. Health benefits of physical activity

#### Year 9 & 10

Strand: Personal, social and community health

1. Identity, changes and transitions
2. Sexuality and sexual relationships
3. Managing risks
4. Finding and using health information
5. Strategies to enhance health, safety, relationships and wellbeing

Strand: Movement and physical activity

1. Proficiency of movement
2. Participation, collaboration, teamwork and fair play
3. Movement concepts and strategies
4. Physical activity plans for fitness, health and wellbeing
5. Understanding how the body moves

# Australian Curriculum Art 7-10

#### Years 7-10

Introduction
Unit 1: People
1. Portraits
2. The human figure
Unit 2: Humanity
3. Family
4. Heroes and celebrities
5. Life events and celebrations
Unit 3: Nature
6. Insects, fish, reptiles and plant life
7. Birds and animals
8. Sea and land
Unit 5: Still life – objects/installations
10. Still life
11. Installations
Unit 6: Colour and light
12. Colour
13. Light, reflection and video
Unit 7: Symbol and cultural identity
14. Personal symbols
15. Symbol of cultural identity
Unit 8: Sustainability
16. Sustainability

# VCE Chemistry

#### Units 3 & 4

1. Carbon-based fuels
2. Measuring changes in chemical reactions
3. Primary galvanic cells and fuel cells as sources of energy
4. Rates of chemical reactions
5. Extent of chemical reactions
6. Production of chemicals using electrolysis
7. Structure, nomenclature and properties of organic compounds
8. Reactions of organic compounds
9. Laboratory analysis of organic compounds
10. Instrumental analysis of organic compounds
11. Medicinal chemistry
12. Scientific investigation

#### Jacaranda Chemistry 2 VCE Units 3 & 4 3e

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#### Units 1 & 2

1. Elements and the periodic table
2. Covalent substances
3. Reactions of metals
4. Reactions of ionic compounds
5. Separation and identification of the components of mixtures
6. Quantifying atoms and compounds
7. Polymers and society
8. Research investigations
9. Water as a unique chemical
10. Acid-base (proton transfer) reactions
11. Redox (electron transfer) reactions
12. Measuring solubility and concentration
13. Analysis for acids and bases
14. Measuring gases
15. Analysis for salts
16. Scientific investigations

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# VCE Physics

#### Units 3 & 4

1. Newton’s laws of motion
2. Relationships between force, energy and mass
3. Gravitational fields and their applications
4. Electric fields and their applications
5. Magnetic fields and their applications
6. Generation of electricity
7. Generation of electricity
8. Light as a wave
9. Light as a particle
10. Matter as particles or waves and the similarity between light and matter
11. Einstein’s special theory of relativity and the relationship between energy and mass
12. Scientific investigations

#### Jacaranda Physics 2 VCE Units 3 & 4 5e

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#### Units 1 & 2

2. Investigating light
3. Thermal energy and its interaction with electromagnetic radiation
4. Radiation from the nucleus and nuclear energy
5. Concepts used to model electricity
6. Electrical circuits
7. Using electricity and electrical safety
8. Analysing motion
9. Forces in action
10. Energy and motion
11. Socio-scientific issues
12. Scientific investigations

#### Jacaranda Physics 1 VCE Units 1 & 2 5e

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