Data Collection Task

Data Collection Task

This task allows students to collect and analyse their own data. Student outcomes: - Collect both categorical and numerical data from secondary sources. - Construct back to back stem-and-leaf plots and histograms. - Determine quartiles and interquartile range (IQR). - Explain the terms: Symmetrical, skewed and bi-modal.
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Mathematics Amazing Race

Mathematics Amazing Race

This task is designed for students to follow clues given by a teacher and find hidden sums on the topic of Indices. Student Outcomes: Apply index laws to numerical expressions with integer indices. Express numbers in scientific notation. Use index notation with numbers to establish the index laws with positive integral indices and the zero index. Note - Amazing race is a trademark of CBS and infringement of anything published is not intended as such resource is sold for personal use.
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Soccer Analysis Asessment Task

Soccer Analysis Asessment Task

This Assessment, with rubric, requires students to choose a tactic commonly used in soccer, and give an in-depth synopsis on their chosen tactic. Students outcomes assessed: Evaluate own and others’ movement compositions, and provide and apply feedback in order to enhance performance situations. Devise, implement and refine strategies demonstrating leadership and collaboration skills when working in groups or teams. Transfer understanding from previous movement experiences to create solutions to movement challenges. Develop, implement and evaluate movement concepts and strategies for successful outcomes.
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Year 8 Tennis Assessment

Year 8 Tennis Assessment

Topic Test for Tennis this resource is a short topic test designed for lower secondary students. Assessment covers the following student outcomes: Explain how the elements of effort, space, time, objects and people can enhance performance. Compose and perform movement sequences for specific purposes in a variety of contexts.
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Elite Team Sports Assignment

Elite Team Sports Assignment

This assessment piece, including marking rubric, has been created for upper secondary students and looks at the performance of elite sports people. Through this assessment students demonstrate the following skills: Students analyse the impact of effort, space, time, objects and people can have in a sporting context. Devise, implement and refine strategies demonstrating leadership and collaboration skills when working in groups or team Develop, implement and evaluate movement concepts and strategies for successful outcome
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Exit Slip

Exit Slip

Exit slips are written student responses to questions teachers pose at the end of a class or lesson. Related to the learning intentions of the class, these quick informal assessments enable teachers to quickly assess students' understanding of the material.
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Assessment Markbook for Health, Sport & Physical Activity

Assessment Markbook for Health, Sport & Physical Activity

This modifiable excel spreadsheet can be used to assess all topics covered in Health, Sport & Physical Activity. It contains formulas to automatically work out grading for each student. Just adjust the grading scale for your school and how many marks each assessment has and it does all the work. Note** New content - Australian customers this xls. file is Compass friendly.
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Periodic Table Investigation Task

Periodic Table Investigation Task

The resource can be used with students, aged 11- 14 to learn all there is to know about the periodic table. Students are required to use this investigation task to find a Supervillain who has stolen elements of the periodic table. LEARNING OBJECTIVE Students can use scientific knowledge and findings from investigations to evaluate claims based on evidence gathered. TIME TAKEN depending on the group of students it can take 120 mins + to complete. INCLUDES: Task Description sheet (1 per student) Periodic table with missing elements (1 per student) IMPLEMENTING: students can work as a group of 2 or by themselves to complete this resource. 1 of each of the printouts per student is required. Students can compelete the task in their workbook or create a poster to present the infomation. DIFFERENTATION AND/OR EXTENSION OPTION: This can be done by adding or removing more elements from the periodic table resource attached.
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Behaviour Cards

Behaviour Cards

Description These cards loosely model the design of a Uno card and are use to alert students of poor or negative behaviors in the classroom. Each card describes a behavior level and works on a traffic light system. Yellow = First Warning Orange = Second Warning Red = Final Warning Green = Go to head of years office NEW CONTENT** Gold = Positive behavior The downloadable content is fully customisable. All you need to do is download, edit to suit your schools behaviour management plan and print. Recommendations These cards are a visual display that can be used in the classroom to alert students of there level. They can be sat on a desk to remind both students and teacher of what level an individual is on. They can also be used in a Physical Education setting as Warning cards for poor behavior. The Positive Behaviour Card is used to reward students who are displaying the right attitude or behaviors in a classroom. This can then lead to extrinsic rewards such as pens, pencils, stamps, stickers etc. Descriptive list Pack includes downloadable file with 2 sets of all cards. It is a .doc format which allows customisation
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Fitness Test

Fitness Test

This is an assessment peice for a Fitness unit. Student outcomes covered: Students measure their own fitness and physical activity levels and identify factors that influence motivation to be physically active
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Fitness Flipcard Template

Fitness Flipcard Template

Learning Objectives: Participate in physical activities that develop health-related and skill-related fitness components, and create and monitor personal fitness plans Implementing Resource: Students can create their own personal fitness activity which can be used as an Individual Learning Task for the start of each physical education session. The powerpoint is set up with an example of what each slide should look like and works to a 90:30 work-rest ratio.
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