Geography - Above satisfactory - Year 7
This portfolio of student work shows that the student can describe a range of human and geographical processes that influence the characteristics of places, and how places are perceived and valued differently (WS1, WS2). The student gives detailed explanations for spatial distributions and patterns among geographical phenomena, and for interconnections between people and places and environments (WS1, WS2).
The student locates relevant information from secondary sources to answer geographically significant inquiry questions (WS1) and evaluates sources for their usefulness. They accurately analyse multi-variable data and geographical information to identify multiple relationships, propose complex explanations and draw conclusions (WS1). They represent data and information about geographical processes, distributions and patterns in several formats (WS1), including graphs and maps which conform to cartographic conventions (WS2). The student proposes strategies in response to geographical challenges and comprehensively describes their economic, environmental and social considerations (WS1, WS2). They present findings and proposals in a range of digital and non-digital formats using appropriate geographical terminology and graphic representations (WS1, WS2).