A minimum C result for semester one, Year 10 English.
A minimum B result, Year 10 Mathematics
Engineering includes the study of mechanics, materials science and control technologies through real-world engineering contexts where students engage in problem-based learning.
Students learn to explore complex, open-ended problems and develop engineered solutions. They recognise and describe engineering problems, determine solution success criteria, develop and communicate ideas and predict, generate, evaluate and refine prototype solutions.
Weekly workload in hours
|Engineering fundamentals and society||
Statics of structures and environmental considerations||
Machines and mechanisms|
|Engineering history||Emerging needs||Application of the problem solving process in Engineering||Machines in society|
|The problem-solving process in Engineering||Emerging processes and machinery||Civil structures and the environment||Materials|
|Civil structures, materials and forces||Machine control|
|Introduction to engineering mechanics||Exploring autonomy|||||
|Introduction to engineering materials|||||||
Schools devise assessments in Units 1 and 2 to suit their local context. In Units 3 and 4 students complete four summative assessments. The results from each of the assessments are added together to provide a subject score out of 100. Students will also receive an overall subject result (A–E).
|Summative internal assessment 1 (IA1):|
Project - folio
|25%||Summative internal assessment 3 (IA3):|
Project - folio
|Summative internal assessment 2 (IA2):|
|25%||Summative external assessment (EA):|