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gather information about some relationships between living things, eg predator-prey, competitors and mutually beneficial relationships predict the effect of natural changes in the environment on some relationships between plants and animals, eg drought and fire describe some examples of how science knowledge helps people to understand the effect of their actions on the environment and the survival of living things (ACSHE051, ACSHE062) Page 7 of 11
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Content Mapping Grid – Stage 2 Material World Year 3 Year 4 Unit Unit 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 A student: identifies that adding or removing heat causes a change of state between solids and liquids ST2-12MW identifies the physical properties of natural and processed materials, and how these properties influence their use ST2-13MW Content A change of state between solid and liquid can be caused by adding or removing heat. (ACSSU046) Students: describe some everyday situations where solids and liquids change state by adding heat (heating) or removing heat (cooling) predict and observe the effects of adding heat or removing heat on a variety of everyday solids and/or liquids, eg butter, chocolate and water describe how scientific knowledge about the effects of heating and cooling is used by people in their everyday life, eg the types of clothes worn, the packaging and preparation of food and everyday devices, eg freezers, irons or cooktops Natural and processed materials have a range of physical properties which influence their use. (ACSSU074) Students: observe the changes that occur in the physical properties of everyday materials when they are heated, cooled, bent, stretched, folded and twisted observe and describe the structure of materials that can be seen with the naked eye and a magnifying glass, eg grains in bread, particles in chipboard or cork, threads within a fabric or fibres in paper identify the properties of some natural and processed materials describe how a range of common natural and processed materials are used in everyday life generate ideas about how the physical properties of some natural and processed materials influence their use Page 8 of 11
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Content Mapping Grid – Stage 2 Built Environments Year 3 Year 4 Unit Unit 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 A student describes how people interact within built environments and the factors considered in their design and construction ST2-14BE Contents People interact in varying ways within built environments. Students: observe how people interact within a built environment and describe how its design meets the needs of the users, eg the ways people use and interact in a local shopping centre or playground survey a range of places and spaces in local built environments and identify how people interact within them for a range of purposes for social and cultural reasons, eg use of the local hall for a school play or use of local playing fields for sport A range of factors needs to be considered when designing and constructing built environments.
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  • Fall '14
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