* standard which contributes towards literacy
** standard which contribute towards numeracy
What should I have already achieved?
14 credits in Level 2 Chemistry (including 2 external achievement standards) or at the discretion of the teacher in charge of the course, in consultation with the LA .
What will I learn?
Chemistry enables us to understand the properties of different materials and to transform materials into new and useful substances. Through Chemistry, we can understand changes that we observe in the natural and physical world. Chemistry gives us understandings on which to base educated choices about consumer products and management of resources.
Specifically the course will cover:
- Properties and changes of matter
- Interpreting observations in terms of the particles (atoms, molecules, ions, and sub-atomic particles)
- Structures, and interactions present and making connections between the concepts of chemistry, their applications
- Developing an understanding of the role chemistry plays in the world around you
How will this course be assessed?
- Standard 91388 and 91393 will be assessed by Internal Assessment in Term 1 and Term 2;
- Standard 91390, 91391, 91392 will be assessed by External Assessment in November.
Students in consultation with the teacher will have the opportunity to choose the standards they enter with the expectation of a minimum of 14 credits (including at least 3 credits from internal and 4 credits from external achievement standards, this will enable the student to achieve a course endorsement for Level 3 chemistry).
Will there be any further assessment opportunities (FAO)? No
The achievement standards in Level 3 Chemistry that contribute to Level 1 Literacy are 91387, 91389, 91390, 91391, 91392, 91393.
The achievement standards in Level 3 Chemistry that contribute to Level 1 Numeracy is 91392.
How much is the course fee? $50 for course manuals