Year 12 Children, Family and Community ATAR

Updated 20/2/19

SGM partner: Lake Joondalup Baptist College

Assessment Outline 2019

Assessment Type Assessment Type Weighting Assessment Task Weighting Assessment Task Timing Assessment Task Description
Investigation 20% 10%

Term 1

Week 6

Task 1: Validation– Communities

Includes Principles of community development, Community partnerships, Factors affecting social cohesion.

10%

Term 3

Week 4

Task 7: Validation- Human rights

Investigate the human rights of a specific group in Australia with reference to barriers or difficulties, UDHR, Factors affecting development, government responsibilities

Production 15% 10%

Term 2

Week 1

Task 3: Sustainable community project. Develop and create the structure, and purpose of a project in the local community. Apply the Five Capitals Model , Triple Bottom line, individual and group sustainability actions, global issues and trends, and self-management skills
5%

Term 3

Week 8

Task 9: Resource development. Plan and produce a power point on a population group related to support services, community partnerships and advocacy groups available in Australia. Includes an advocacy pla
Response 25% 5%

Term 1

Week 5

Task 2: Test- Primary and secondary resources, Community development, community partnerships, social cohesion factors, MDG’s. An in-class test; includes short answer responses.
5%

Term 1

Week 9

Task 4: Test – Sustainability – individual and group actions, five capitals, triple bottom line, factors affecting development, existing product, services and systems, self- management skills, global issues or trends.. An in-class test; includes short answer response
5%

Term 2

Week 3

Task 5: Test – Developmental theories, the principles and characteristics of the developmental theories. An in-class test; includes multiple-choice questions and short answer responses.
5%

Term 3

Week 2

Task 8: Test –Human rights(HR) including the Universal declaration of human rights, principles of diversity, equity and HR, the federal government and HR, rights of the child, Australian HR commission and Equal Opportunities Commission; An in-class test; includes multiple-choice questions, short & extended -answer responses
5%

Term 3

Week 7

Task 10: Test – Advocacy and Government Policies

Government policies, relationship between social justice and legal issues, advocacy skills, communication skills and strategies, the technology process and advocacy plans. An in-class test; includes short & extended-answer response

Examination 40% 15% Term 2 Week 4 and 5 Task 6: Semester 1 Examination – three hours, using the examination design brief from the ATAR Year 12 syllabus. Section One: 10 multiple-choice questions (10%); Section Two: five questions (50%); Section Three: two questions from a choice of three (40%).
25% Term 4 Week 1 Task 11: Semester 2 Examination – three hours, using the examination design brief from the ATAR Year 12 syllabus. Section One: 10 multiple-choice questions (10%); Section Two: seven questions (50%); Section Three: two questions from a choice of three (40%).
Total 100% 100%

This document is subject to revision.

The Year 12 Syllabus for Children, Family and Community ATAR can be found on the SCSA website: http://www.scsa.wa.edu.au/