WACE 2016-17 Course Information and Prerequisites

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WACE 2016-17 Course Information & Prerequisites
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WACE 2016-17 Summary of courses potentially running at Ellenbrook Christian College Contents The Arts ................................................................................................................................................................................. 3 Drama ATAR ............................................................................................................................................................... 3 Drama General ......................................................................................................................................................... 3 Music General .......................................................................................................................................................... 4 Visual Arts ATAR ...................................................................................................................................................... 4 Visual Arts VET (Certificate II) ........................................................................................................................... 5 English and Languages ............................................................................................................................................ 6 English ATAR ............................................................................................................................................................. 6 English General ....................................................................................................................................................... 6 Health and Physical Education ............................................................................................................................ 7 Outdoor Recreation VET (Certificate II) ....................................................................................................... 7 Physical Education Studies ATAR ................................................................................................................... 8 Sports Coaching VET (Certificate II) ............................................................................................................... 8 Humanities ..................................................................................................................................................................... 9 Business VET (Certificate II) ............................................................................................................................... 9 Modern History ATAR ........................................................................................................................................... 9 Politics and Law ATAR ........................................................................................................................................ 10 Psychology ATAR .................................................................................................................................................. 10 Mathematics ................................................................................................................................................................ 11 Mathematics Methods ATAR ........................................................................................................................... 11 Mathematics Specialist ATAR ......................................................................................................................... 12 Mathematics Applications ATAR ................................................................................................................... 12 Mathematics Essential General ..................................................................................................................... 13 Science ........................................................................................................................................................................... 14 Biology ATAR .......................................................................................................................................................... 14 Chemistry ATAR ..................................................................................................................................................... 15 Integrated Science General ............................................................................................................................. 15 Human Biology ATAR .......................................................................................................................................... 16 Physics ATAR ........................................................................................................................................................... 16 WACE 2016-17 1
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Technologies ............................................................................................................................................................... 17 Building and Construction General ............................................................................................................. 17 Engineering Studies ATAR ................................................................................................................................ 17 Food Science and Technology General ..................................................................................................... 18 Materials Design and Technology General .............................................................................................. 18 Trade Training Centre Partnership .................................................................................................................. 19 Endorsed Programs ................................................................................................................................................. 19 Workplace Learning (ADWPL) ........................................................................................................................ 19 WACE 2016-17 2
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The Arts Drama: ATAR, General Music: General Visual Arts: ATAR, VET (Certificate II) Drama ATAR The Drama ATAR course focuses on drama in practice and aesthetic understanding as students integrate their knowledge and skills. They engage in drama processes such as improvisation, play building, text interpretation, playwriting and dramaturgy. This allows them to create original drama and interpret a range of texts written or devised by others by adapting the theoretical approaches of drama practitioners like Stanislavski and Brecht. Students’ work in this course includes production and design aspects involving directing, scenography, costumes, props, promotional materials, and sound and lighting. Increasingly, students use new technologies, such as digital sound and multimedia. They present drama to make meaning for a range of audiences and adapt their drama to suit different performance settings. The focus in this course is on both individual and ensemble performance, as well as the roles of actor, director, scenographer, lighting designer, sound designer, costume designer and dramaturge. Course Prerequisites Required ‘B’ grade in Year 10 Drama Recommended ‘B’ grade in Year 10 English Drama General The Drama General course focuses on drama in practice and aesthetic understanding as students integrate their knowledge and skills. They engage in drama processes such as improvisation, play building, text interpretation, playwriting and dramaturgy. This allows them to create original drama and interpret a range of texts written or devised by others by adapting the theoretical approaches of drama practitioners like Stanislavski and Brecht. Students’ work in this course includes production and design aspects involving directing, scenography, costumes, props, promotional materials, and sound and lighting. Increasingly, students use new technologies, such as digital sound and multimedia. They present drama
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