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2 Mathematics Authority v Authority- Registered Authority v Authority- Registered The difference: The difference: OP Authority subjects count towards tertiary entrance OP score. OP Authority subjects count towards tertiary entrance OP score. Authority subjects count towards the QCE Authority subjects count towards the QCE

3 Maths subjects Prevocational Maths: Prevocational Maths: Authority registered subject. Authority registered subject. Maths A, B and C: Maths A, B and C: OP-Authority subjects. OP-Authority subjects. ALL subjects are delivered by online courses via Blackboard, internet connection is essential. ALL subjects are delivered by online courses via Blackboard, internet connection is essential. ALL subjects require a minimum time allocation per semester of 55 hours instruction. ALL subjects require a minimum time allocation per semester of 55 hours instruction.

4 Prevocational Mathematics Years Authority-Registered Subject Prevocational mathematics is intended to help students build confidence when using mathematics in everyday contexts and to improve their preparedness for entry to work, apprenticeships or further study by developing their numeracy. Prevocational mathematics is intended to help students build confidence when using mathematics in everyday contexts and to improve their preparedness for entry to work, apprenticeships or further study by developing their numeracy.

5 Pre-requisites - No pre-requisites Pre-requisites - No pre-requisites Requirements Requirements Internet access is essential. Internet access is essential. All lesson materials are delivered through Blackboard as part of The Learning Place (Education Queensland's online learning platform). No textbook is required. All lesson materials are delivered through Blackboard as part of The Learning Place (Education Queensland's online learning platform). No textbook is required. Scientific calculator. Casio fx-82AU PLUS (preferred), Sharp EL531WHBLK or Texas TI-30XB. Previous models may also be acceptable. Scientific calculator. Casio fx-82AU PLUS (preferred), Sharp EL531WHBLK or Texas TI-30XB. Previous models may also be acceptable. Other - Access to telephone, newspapers, advertising material (some research may need to be done at a Library) Other - Access to telephone, newspapers, advertising material (some research may need to be done at a Library) Students may also need access to items such as graph paper, protractors, compass and tape measure. Students may also need access to items such as graph paper, protractors, compass and tape measure.

6 Authority OP subjects for tertiary entrance Maths A Maths B Maths C Authority OP subjects for tertiary entrance Maths A Maths B Maths C

7 Maths A Is a recommended precursor to further studies and training in technical trades such as toolmaking, sheet-metal work, fitting and turning, carpentry plumbing, auot mechanics, tourism and hospitality, administrative and managerial employment with a moderate demand in mathematics. Is a recommended precursor to further studies and training in technical trades such as toolmaking, sheet-metal work, fitting and turning, carpentry plumbing, auot mechanics, tourism and hospitality, administrative and managerial employment with a moderate demand in mathematics.

8 Maths A pre-requisites A minimum of a sound level of understanding of Year 10 Mathematics is recommended. Students who have completed Core Mathematics (at BSDE) in Year 10 are advised to consider Prevocational Mathematics.Equivalent to the above from other schools. A minimum of a sound level of understanding of Year 10 Mathematics is recommended. Students who have completed Core Mathematics (at BSDE) in Year 10 are advised to consider Prevocational Mathematics.Equivalent to the above from other schools.

9 Assessment: Assessment: Each year the summative assessment consists of three supervised examinations and two alternative assessment tasks. Each year the summative assessment consists of three supervised examinations and two alternative assessment tasks. Requirements Requirements Internet access is essential preferred option is broadband. Internet access is essential preferred option is broadband. Lesson outlines and extra support materials are delivered through Blackboard as part of The Learning Place. Lesson outlines and extra support materials are delivered through Blackboard as part of The Learning Place. Textbook Textbook Year 11 Year 11 New QMaths 11A Third Edition, Brodie and Swift, Nelson Cengage Learning. New QMaths 11A Third Edition, Brodie and Swift, Nelson Cengage Learning. Year 12 Year 12 New QMaths 12A Third Edition, Brodie and Swift, Nelson Cengage Learning New QMaths 12A Third Edition, Brodie and Swift, Nelson Cengage Learning Equipment Equipment Scientific calculator: Casio fx-82AU PLUS (preferred), Sharp EL531WHBLK or Texas TI­30XB. Previous models may also be acceptable. Scientific calculator: Casio fx-82AU PLUS (preferred), Sharp EL531WHBLK or Texas TI­30XB. Previous models may also be acceptable. Students may also need access to items such as graph paper and protractors. Students may also need access to items such as graph paper and protractors.

10 Mathematics B Years OP Authority Subject Mathematics B is a recommended precursor to tertiary studies in subjects with high demand in mathematics, especially in the areas of science, medicine, mining and engineering, information technology, mathematics, finance, and business and economics. Mathematics B is a recommended precursor to tertiary studies in subjects with high demand in mathematics, especially in the areas of science, medicine, mining and engineering, information technology, mathematics, finance, and business and economics.

11 Maths B Pre-requisites Pre-requisites A minimum of a high level of understanding of Year 10 Mathematics is recommended. Students who have studied Year 10 at BSDE must have successfully completed the Maths B preparatory course (B series). A minimum of a high level of understanding of Year 10 Mathematics is recommended. Students who have studied Year 10 at BSDE must have successfully completed the Maths B preparatory course (B series).

12 Assessment Each year the summative assessment consists of three supervised examinations and two alternative assessment tasks. Requirements Internet access is essential - preferred option is broadband. Lesson outlines and extra support materials are delivered through Blackboard as part of The Learning Place. Textbook Year 11: Maths Quest Maths B Year 11 for Queensland 2E, Simpson, Jacaranda. Year 12: Maths Quest Maths B Year 12 for Queensland 2E, Simpson, Jacaranda. Equipment Graphics calculator: Texas Instruments: TI-89 (preferred) Other models may be used but not supported. Students will need to keep their manuals to refer to.

13 Mathematics C Years OP Authority Subject Mathematics C is a recommended companion subject to Mathematics B. It provides additional preparation for tertiary studies in subjects with high demand in mathematics, especially in the areas of science, medicine, mining and engineering, information technology, mathematics, finance, and business and economics. Mathematics C is a recommended companion subject to Mathematics B. It provides additional preparation for tertiary studies in subjects with high demand in mathematics, especially in the areas of science, medicine, mining and engineering, information technology, mathematics, finance, and business and economics.

14 Pre-requisites A minimum of a high level of understanding of Year 10 Mathematics is recommended. Students who have studied Year 10 at BSDE must have successfully completed the Maths B preparatory course (B series). Students must also be enrolled in Mathematics B (concurrently) or have studied it previously. Assessment Each year the summative assessment consists of three supervised examinations and two alternative assessment tasks. Requirements Internet access is essential preferred option is broadband. Lesson outlines and extra support materials are delivered through Blackboard as part of The Learning Place.

15 Textbook for Maths C: Year 11: Maths Quest Maths C Year 11 for Queensland 2E, Simpson, Jacaranda. Year 12: Maths Quest Maths C Year 12 for Queensland 2E, Simpson, Jacaranda Equipment Texas Instruments: TI-89 (preferred). Other models may be used but not supported. Students will need to keep their manuals to refer to. A sound level of achievement (pass) in Maths C also qualifies for the University Bonus Rank Scheme. This scheme allows students to move up one or two places from the position of their current OP score.

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17 Senior Graphics

18 What is Graphics? Graphics provides an opportunity for students to gain an understanding of graphical communication across a broad spectrum of applications. Graphics provides an opportunity for students to gain an understanding of graphical communication across a broad spectrum of applications.

19 What is studied? Students develop real-life skills for visualising, investigating, analysing, synthesising and evaluating technical problems. Students develop real-life skills for visualising, investigating, analysing, synthesising and evaluating technical problems. They learn how to manipulate mechanical and computer drafting equipment to convey the outcomes of their research in a visually appealing form. They learn how to manipulate mechanical and computer drafting equipment to convey the outcomes of their research in a visually appealing form.

20 What is studied? Three contextual units integrate the relevant areas of study through real world themes. Three contextual units integrate the relevant areas of study through real world themes. Business Graphics Business Graphics Built Environment Built Environment and Production Graphics and Production Graphics

21 Built Environment Built Environment addresses the things that are constructed, such as building sites, houses and other types of buildings.

22 Business Graphics Business Graphics addresses the paper side of graphic design and presentation. This includes areas such as company stationery (logos, graphs etc.), advertising and publishing.

23 Production Graphics Production Graphics covers the processes involved in manufacturing everyday products, such as toys, furniture and machine parts.

24 Multi-Media In the Multi-media Project, students can integrate and consolidate the learning experiences from all the contextual units.

25 Computers in the course Students will need a computer with internet access to complete this course. Students will need a computer with internet access to complete this course. Many graphics-related industries use computers extensively to generate working drawings, plans and other graphic images using Computer Aided Design programs (CAD). This course provides opportunities for you to use a CAD program to present your drawings professionally either electronically or on paper. Many graphics-related industries use computers extensively to generate working drawings, plans and other graphic images using Computer Aided Design programs (CAD). This course provides opportunities for you to use a CAD program to present your drawings professionally either electronically or on paper.

26 Pre-requisite Students who have successfully studied Junior Graphics Year 10 (or the equivalent) will have a sound basis on which to build. Students who have successfully studied Junior Graphics Year 10 (or the equivalent) will have a sound basis on which to build. Specifically, before embarking on this course, it is recommended that students have reasonable drafting skills and a good understanding of: Specifically, before embarking on this course, it is recommended that students have reasonable drafting skills and a good understanding of: orthographic projection; orthographic projection; isometric and oblique drawing; isometric and oblique drawing; development of surfaces; development of surfaces; plane geometrical drawing constructions; plane geometrical drawing constructions; technical projective drawing. technical projective drawing.

27 Tertiary Preparation Senior Graphics is a Queensland Studies Authority (QSA) subject and contributes towards tertiary entrance and credit points for the Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE). Senior Graphics is a Queensland Studies Authority (QSA) subject and contributes towards tertiary entrance and credit points for the Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE). While Senior Graphics is not necessarily listed as a prerequisite subject for enrolment into tertiary courses, it has proven to be a valuable asset for students pursuing careers which involve drawing or the interpretation of drawings. These include engineering, architecture, drafting, building and graphic art. While Senior Graphics is not necessarily listed as a prerequisite subject for enrolment into tertiary courses, it has proven to be a valuable asset for students pursuing careers which involve drawing or the interpretation of drawings. These include engineering, architecture, drafting, building and graphic art.

28 Contact For further information, please contact the Stan Robertson (A/HoD Maths, 8-12 Graphics)


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