Aoraki Digital Technologies/Level 2/Level 2 Scheme of Work 2013
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Prerequisities
- 3 This course leads to:
- 4 Year Plan for 2013
- 5 General Information
Welcome to the Digital Technologies course at Roncalli College and Waimate High School. This level Two course has been designed to give you opportunity to learn skills that are needed to participate fully in a digital society. The course is a mixture of internally and externally assessed achievement standards. The course will enable you to be assessed in computer programming, media design and publishing, basic computer networking, computer hardware and maintenance. The course materials are delivered via the internet using educo http://educo.vln.school.nzwhich will allow you to have access to learning support using any internet enabled computer. You will have 4 one hour lessons per week.
It is highly recommended, though not essential to have studied Digital Technologies at level 1.
This course leads to:
Level 3 Computing
For more information contact: Dr T Storr or Mr C Perkins
Year Plan for 2013
|Understand basic networks|| DT 2.50 (AS91377) Demonstrate understanding of local area network technologies 3 credits Internal|
|Website design and production|
|Media||DT 2.43 (AS91370) Implement advanced procedures to produce a specified digital media outcome 3 credits Internal|
Total Available credits: 10
|Computer programming - planning||DT 2.45 (AS91372) Construct a plan for an advanced computer program for a specified task 3 credits Internal|
|Computer programming - writing a simple program||DT 2.46 (AS91373) Construct an advanced computer program for a specified task 3 credits Internal|
Total Available credits: 6
|Computer Science - advanced concepts|| DT 2.44 (AS91371) Demonstrate understanding of advanced concepts from computer science 4 credits External|
|Sharing information||DT 2.40 (AS91367) Demonstrate understanding of advanced concepts relating to managing shared information within information systems 3 credits External|
Total Available credits: 7
any standards that require re-assessment
External due away from school 5 November 2012
ASSESSMENT POLICY AND PROCEDURES
The Assessment Policy and Procedures as set out by Waimate High School will be followed for Year 11 Digital Technology.
You are expected to attend class on a regular basis as set out in the school policy on attendance.
Assessment work completed must be your own work. You and your caregivers will be expected to sign authenticity declarations and, where appropriate, submit working drafts. Where evidence indicates work presented is not your own work the policy will be followed.
Appeals of grades awarded are to be made within 5 school days of the return of assessed work. Where a grade is appealed, school policy will be followed.
DUE DATE means just that! Late work will not be accepted for assessment unless exceptional circumstances exist and extension has been granted by the HOD before the due date.
You will be required to verify the grades that you have been awarded by signing the result slip attached to each piece of internally assessed work. Students will also be required to verify the final grades awarded that are submitted to NZQA.
Internal Achievement Standards – Compassionate consideration for a student who is absent from an internal assessment may be made if there is sufficient evidence available from other work related to the same skill/content and no other assessment opportunity is available.
External Achievement Standards – NZQA guidelines will be followed.
Retention of Student Work
Your internal assessment material will be retained by the department until it is no longer required for moderation purposes.
- Ensure you understand the assessment programme and policy.
- Check thoroughly the accuracy of the assessment by teachers when work is returned.
- Ensure you understand requirements of each assessment being completed.
- Discuss problems/concerns with the Teacher/HOD.
School policy states that further assessment opportunities for reporting purposes will only be available to those students, who did not achieve credit, and where further learning has occurred and it is feasible and/or practicable to offer a further assessment opportunity. You will have the following Reassessment Opportunities:
|AS91070||ONE – Providing there were only minimal errors and time allows.|
|AS91072||ONE – Providing there were only minimal errors and time allows.|
|AS91073||ONE – Providing there were only minimal errors and time allows.|
|AS91074||ONE – Providing there were only minimal errors and time allows.|
|AS91075||ONE – Providing there were only minimal errors and time allows.|
|AS91076||ONE – Providing there were only minimal errors and time allows.|
|AS91080||ONE – Providing there were only minimal errors and time allows.|
|AS91081||ONE – Providing there were only minimal errors and time allows.|