Industrial Technology Years 7–10 Syllabus
design, implement and evaluate solutions to practical situations in a specific focus area, developing competence in solving problems
plan, develop and modify projects including costing, quantities, measurement and time, developing competence in using mathematical ideas and techniques
prepare practical projects using appropriate materials and equipment, developing competence in using technology.
During the planning, construction and evaluation of practical projects students communicate ideas in oral, written and graphical forms. The use of industrial terminology and technical language is fostered and developed in all focus areas.
Numeracy skills are integral to the development of all practical projects through measurement, costing of materials and the interpretation and production of a variety of drawings.
Across the Years 7–10 curriculum there are other areas of cross-curriculum content that all students will experience through the mandatory curriculum. The additional areas of cross-curriculum content are Aboriginal and Indigenous, and Multicultural.