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Senior schooling

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Students in Years 11 and 12 should follow the advice and instructions provided by their school about continuing in their subject studies. They may also choose to use the links below to undertake extra learning to enhance their class work. It is not compulsory for students to do this.

Students will need to consider where they are up to in their units of study, and choose links relevant to their class work.  

Parents and carers can support students in their senior studies by checking in on where they are in completing tasks set by the school. They can also assist by supporting students to complete any assignments.

Aboriginal students and Torres Strait Islander students, and their families are advised that these resources may contain images, voices and names of, or references to deceased persons. This may be in the form of photographs, film, audio recordings or printed material included or referenced as part of this resource.

Some of these resources contain sensitive issues for the purposes of critical study. All resources are optional and parents are encouraged to consider the suitability of resources for their children.

Addition information about senior subjects is available from the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority website.

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Accounting

Agricultural Science

Ancient History

Biology

Chemistry

Earth & Environmental Science

English

English as an Additional Language

Essential English

Essential Mathematics

General Mathematics

Geography

Literature

Marine Science

Unit 3

Coral Reefs – Reflections on surveying the reef

Coral Reefs – Coral Reef Zones Activity

Coral Reef Development – Slow Life

Coral Reef Development – Coral feeding in close-up

Mathematical Methods

Modern History

Unit 2

African-American civil rights movement – March on Washington: A Look Back

Oral histories – What is Oral History?

‘Separate but equal’ – With an even hand – Separate and unequal

The nature of the land in Australia – Definitions of property

History Skills – The Research Process

Unit 3

Germany, 1914–1945 – Nazi Germany Timeline

Germany in the decade following World War I – The Weimar Republic

Investigating the Treaty of Versailles – Treaty of Versailles

The cost of living in Germany during the 1920s – The German Hyperinflation, 1923

Understanding totalitarianism – Totalitarianism

Developing critical summaries – Guide for Writing Critical Summaries

History Skills – Referencing Sources

Unit 4

International experiences and treaties – Law of Treaties 1: What is a Treaty?

ANZUS Treaty – Australian Politics – ANZUS Treaty

New Zealand perspectives about the situation in the Pacific after World War II – ANZUS treaty comes into force

History of the ANZUS Treaty – Australian War Memorial – ANZUS

Cold War in Asia – The Cold War in Asia: Crash Course US History #38

The Vietnam War – Australian involvement in Vietnam

History Skills – History Assessment Pieces

Physics

Psychology

Specialist Mathematics

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Last updated 06 April 2020