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Industrial Technology Years 7–10 Syllabus

8Life Skills Outcomes and Content

The Board of Studies recognises that a small percentage of students with special education needs may best fulfil the mandatory curriculum requirements for Industrial Technology Years 7-10 by undertaking Life Skills outcomes and content. (Requirements for access to Life Skills outcomes and content are detailed in section 1.2.)

Life Skills outcomes will be selected on the basis that they meet the particular needs, goals and priorities of each student. Students are not required to complete all outcomes. Outcomes may be demonstrated independently or with support.

In order to provide a relevant and meaningful program of study that reflects the needs, interests and abilities of each student, schools may integrate Industrial Technology Life Skills outcomes and content across a variety of school and community contexts.

8.1Outcomes

Objectives

Outcomes

Students will develop:

A student:

1

knowledge and competence in applying Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) risk management procedures and practices

LS 1.1

recognises safe and unsafe conditions in the context of undertaking a project

LS 1.2

demonstrates safe practices in the use of materials, tools and equipment

LS 1.3

cares for hand tools, power tools and machines

2

knowledge, skills and an appreciation of quality in the design and production of practical projects

LS 2.1

recognises that a process is used to design and make projects

LS 2.2

selects appropriate tools to undertake projects

3

knowledge and understanding of the relationship between the properties of materials and their applications

LS 3.1

selects and uses appropriate materials to undertake projects

4

skills in communicating ideas, processes and technical information with a range of audiences

LS 4.1

uses a variety of communication techniques in the context of undertaking projects

5

an appreciation of the relationship between technology, leisure and lifestyle activities and further learning

LS 5.1

uses skills and processes in a variety of contexts and projects

6

the ability to critically evaluate manufactured products in order to become a discriminating consumer

LS 6.1

evaluates the success of projects

7

knowledge and understanding of the role of traditional, current, new and emerging technologies in industry and their impact on society and the environment

LS 7.1

explores the effects of current and emerging technologies

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