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Year 10 2015.  Brief outline of the Year 10 Learning Programme  VET in Year 10  VCE in Year 10.

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2  Brief outline of the Year 10 Learning Programme  VET in Year 10  VCE in Year 10

3  Religious Education  English  Humanities  HEPE  Science – Core 1 semester only  Maths ◦ Semester 1: Enrichment or Core ◦ Semester 2:Enrichment Methods Core Methods Core Further Core Foundation

4  Performing Arts Drama: The unreal deal Drama: The unreal deal advanced Music: So you want to be a star? Music: Composing for TV and Film  Visual Arts Drawing and Sculpture Painting and Printmaking Photography and Film Visual Communication A Visual Communication B

5  Science Atoms Matter Energy & Motion Whodunit? I think I look like...  LOTE Italian Language and Culture A Italian Language and Culture B Indonesian Language and Culture A Indonesian Language and Culture B

6  Technology Food: Celebrity Chef VET Hospitality Certificate 2 (2 semesters) Textiles:Innovative Fashion & Design Information Technology: Multi-media Be Visual: Programme with Visual Basic Byte into Information Technology Materials:Luminous Lights Funky Furniture RACV Energy Breakthrough Challenge and the Environment

7 Organisational Considerations: Class sizes Specialist room availability Teacher availability Timetable – maximising all student choices staffroomsnumbers

8 Year 10 Electives aim to develop skills and knowledge in preparation for VCE Studying a VCE subject in Year 10 has as many disadvantages as advantages Electives give opportunities to build:  a base of knowledge and skills;  confidence;  interests and self awareness  options and career plans; VCE Unit 1&2/VET  offers a taste of VCE/VET  engages students who can be challenged  allows students to complete 6 x 3/4units  allows students to apply for a University extension in Year 12

9 Keep your eye on the end game - And make choices that have long term benefits At school: in addition to structural constraints we consider:  Attendance  Work habits - excellent  Results – B+ average  Overall programme At home: in addition to what has been discussed consider:  Ability to manage the workload/pressures  Confidence  What does the student enjoy studying

10  Letters of invitation to apply will be given to students within the next 2 weeks;  If students accept the invitation they need to nominate subject/s of interest;  VCE ‘Lines’ of subjects will be organised based on Year 11 and 12 choices – implications for Year 10 choices;  Student will receive confirmation;

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