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ABORIGINAL STUDIES RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1.

Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au

Aboriginal Studies is a subject in which the use of one text is not appropriate. This subject is contemporary and requires up-to-date material, which reflects the changing nature of Australian and international indigenous issues. For this reason the Board of Studies Support Document contains an extensive list of resources for each topic in the Aboriginal Studies syllabus.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Aboriginal Studies:

HSC Online (from July, 2001): www.hsc.csu.edu.au

New HSC website http://www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming ideas for the preliminary and HSC courses.

Curriculum Support Directorate website http://www.curriculumsupport.nsw.edu.au This site contains information about a range of resources including other online resources.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in HSIE 7–12 (2000–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including articles dealing with the options in Aboriginal Studies programming and assessment

Videos related to course content.

Print Resources

Attwood, B, & Markus, A, The Struggle for Aboriginal Rights: A Documentary History, Allen & Unwin, Sydney 1999. ISBN 1864485841

Craven, R (ed) Teaching Aboriginal Studies, Allen and Unwin, Sydney 1999 ISBN 1864489235

Poad, West & Miller, Contact: An Australian History, Heinemann Education Melbourne, 1990. ISBN 085859563X

Reynolds, H, Aboriginal Sovereignty, Allen and Unwin, 1996

AGRICULTURE RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

A

range of resource materials is available for use by teachers and students in relation

to

Agriculture including those referred to in:

HSC online website http://hsc.csu.edu.au This provides a range of topic related resource materials in relation to Agriculture.

New HSC website http://www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming materials and sample assessment programs.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in TAS 7–12 (1999–2001) These contain HSC supplements including articles, workshop materials and frequently asked questions.

2. Textbooks

This syllabus was minimally changed and existing textbooks and resources are applicable for the new syllabus.

ANCIENT HISTORY RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Ancient History:

Website: HSC Online: www.hsc.csu.edu.au (from July, 2001)

Website: HTA NSW: www.htansw.asn.au

Curriculum Support for Teaching in HSIE 7–12 (1999–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including articles on research, programming and assessment.

Print Resources

Ancient Egypt – Reconstructing the Past, Bradley, Cambridge

Ancient Rome – Using Evidence, Bradley, Cambridge

Antiquity 1, 2 nd Edition – Revised for new syllabus, Hurley et al, 2000

Get Smart Ancient History Study Guide, Estensen (to be published late May,

2001)

Excel HSC Ancient History, Roberts, Pascal

HSC Ancient History (Excel Guide) – New Syllabus, Roberts, P, 2000

Minoans & The Mycenaeans, Callender, Oxford

New Kingdom Egypt, Demovic, Longman

Personalities From the Past, Lawless, Nelson

Societies from the Past, Lawless, Nelson

Studies in Ancient Greece, Hennessy, Nelson

Studies in Ancient Greece, Lawless, Nelson

Studies in Ancient Rome, Hennessy, Nelson

Studies in Ancient Egypt, 2 nd Edition – Periods and Personalities, Lawless et al,

2000

Societies from the Past, Lawless, Nelson

Unlocking the Past, Lawless, Nelson

2. Textbooks

As for the previous Stage 6 course, the new Ancient History course has many options, which means it is not possible, or desirable, to use just one textbook. Schools will provide resources that reflect their teaching and learning programs. The resources listed above include new publications that have been produced for the new Stage 6 course. When these are added to existing resources, they provide extensive support for this course.

BIOLOGY RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

A CD package of learning materials has been developed by Learning Materials

Production, OTEN-DE. This provides self-paced individual student learning materials, teacher’s notes, class activities, assignments and assessment tasks for each

of the HSC core modules. The CD has been distributed to all government secondary

schools. Non-government schools may purchase resources from OTEN-DE, via the OTEN website.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and

students in relation to Biology:

Curriculum Support for Teaching in Science 7–12 (1999–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including teaching ideas, advice on using data loggers and assessment strategies.

Sample Programs Sample programs with relevant resources for each preliminary module and each of the HSC core modules have been published on the HSC website at www.newhsc.schools.nsw.edu.au

2. Textbooks

Preliminary

E/N

HSC

E/N

Heinemann Biology, Heinemann

N

Heinemann Biology, Heinemann

N

Heinemann Biology Activity Manual, Heinemann

N

Heinemann Biology Activity Manual, Heinemann

N

Biology in Context. The Spectrum of Life ed.3, Oxford

N

Biology in Context. The Spectrum of Life ed.3, Oxford

N

Spotlight Preliminary Biology, Science Press

N

Spotlight HSC Biology, Science Press

N

Excel Preliminary Biology, Pascal Press (Study Guide)

N

Excel HSC Biology, Pascal Press (Study Guide)

N

   

Success One HSC Biology, Aaron Butler Publishing

N

   

Biology 2: HSC Course, Wiley & Sons (Jacaranda)

N

E

– existing

N

– new

BUSINESS STUDIES RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1.

Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Business Studies:

New HSC website http://www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming ideas for the preliminary and HSC courses.

Curriculum Support Directorate website http://www.curriculumsupport.nsw.edu.au This site contains information about a range of resources including other online resources.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in HSIE 7–12 (1999–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including articles dealing with annual business reports, research, programming and assessment.

www.hsc.csu.edu.au/business studies/

CD-ROM: Business Studies: Preliminary, CD-ROM Sykes et al, 2000

A Guide to Australian Business Studies 2/e Workbook, Sunderland

A Management Approach to Australian Business, Preliminary Course, Teachers’ Guide Mawdsley, J, 2000

A Management Approach to Australian Business, Preliminary Course, Workbook, Mawdsley, J, 2000

Business Studies 2001Year 12 Workbook, Dixon, Brown, 2001

Business Studies for NSW: HSC Students CD-ROM, Sykes, Longman, 2001

Business Studies Study Dictionary, Oxford

Excel Preliminary Business Studies, Fleming, Pascal

2.

Textbooks

Preliminary

E/N

 

HSC

E/N

Business Studies: Preliminary, Sykes et al, 2000

N

 

Business Studies: HSC, Sykes et al, 2000

N

Business Studies Year 11 Preliminary Course, Dixon & Smith, 2000

N

 

Business Studies in Action: HSC Course 2 nd Edition, Chapman et al, 2000

N

A

Management Approach to

N

 

Business Studies Year 12 HSC Course, Dixon, T, 2001

N

Australian Business, Preliminary Course Text, Mawdsley, J, 2000

Heinemann Business Studies – Preliminary Course, Biddle,

N

 

Heinemann Business Studies:

N

HSC Course, Horsley et al, 2000

Heinemann

Introduction to Studies in Business Prelim Yr 11 – Coursebook,

Bulmer

N

 

A

Management Approach to

N

Australian Business – NSW HSC Course text, Mawdsley, J,

 

2000

A

Guide to Australian Business

E

 

Nelson Business Studies: HSC Course, Barlow et al, 2000

N

Studies 2 nd Edition, Mawdsley, J,

 

2000

 

Heinemann Business Studies:

N

 

Studies in Business – NSW Year 12 text, Bulmer, J, 2001

N

Preliminary Course, Horsley et al, M, 2000

Nelson Business Studies:

N

 

A

Guide to Australian Business

E

Preliminary Course, Barlow et al,

Studies 2/e HSC, Sunderland

 

2000

Introduction to Studies in Business:

N

 

Heinemann Business Studies:

N

Preliminary, Bulmer, J, 2000

HSC Course, Biddle, Heinemann

Business Studies in Action:

N

     

Preliminary, Chapman et al, 2000 (2 edit)

A

Guide to Australian Business

E

     

Studies 2/e Preliminary Text,

Sunderland

E

– existing

N

– new, developed for new Stage 6 syllabus

 

CHEMISTRY RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

A CD package of learning materials has been developed by Learning Materials

Production, OTEN-DE. This provides self-paced individual student learning

materials, teacher’s notes, class activities, assignments and assessment tasks for each

of the HSC core modules. The CD has been distributed to all government secondary

schools. Non-government schools may purchase resources from OTEN-DE, via the OTEN website.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and

students in relation to Chemistry:

Curriculum Support for Teaching in Science 7–12 (1999–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including teaching ideas, advice on chemical safety in schools and assessment strategies.

Sample Programs Sample programs with relevant resources for each preliminary module and each of the HSC core modules have been published on the HSC website at www.newhsc.schools.nsw.edu.au

2. Textbooks

Preliminary

E/N

HSC

E/N

Chemistry 2000 & Beyond Student Books 1 and 2, Teachers Books 1 and 2

N

Chemistry 2000 & Beyond Student Books 3 and 4, Teachers Books 3 and 4 Landers Odlum and Garner Publishing

N

Landers

Odlum and Garner Publishing

Chemistry Contexts 1, Longman Teacher Resource CD-ROM Lab Manual, Longman

N

Chemistry Contexts 2, Longman

N

Excel Preliminary Chemistry, Pascal Press (Study Guide)

N

Excel HSC Chemistry, Pascal Press (Study Guide)

N

Conquering Chemistry:

N

Conquering Chemistry: HSC, McGraw Hill

N

Preliminary, McGraw Hill

Macmillan Chemistry Pathways 1, Thickett, Macmillan

N

Macmillan Chemistry Pathways 2, Thickett, Macmillan

N

   

Success One HSC Chemistry, Aaron Butler Publishing

N

E

– existing

N

– new

COMMUNITY AND FAMILY STUDIES RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition a range of resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Community and Family Studies including those referred to on:

Board of Studies website

http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus99/syllabus2000_listc.html#c

The list includes 26 text references and 12 websites. Each is annotated to show the parts of the syllabus that the resource supports.

NSW Dept of Education and Training website http://www.curriculumsupport.nsw.edu.au/pdhpe/files/PDH_Resourcecafs.pdf Contains a list of over 100 books, journals, CD roms, websites and videos. It shows links between the resources and the appropriate parts of the syllabus.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in PDHPE 7–12 (2000–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including articles focusing on independent research, assessment, designing effective assessment tasks and examination tips.

2. Textbooks

Life Management Studies textbooks are still relevant to some degree for some topics.

Teachers are using a wide range of resources to cover the various areas of study. Student research is an important part of this course and the consideration of a wide range of information and data sources is important.

DANCE RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for Dance:

support document for Dance

specimen examination papers

sample marking guidelines, including for the practical tasks and submitted works in Dance.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Dance:

Dance resource materials on the HSC online website, http://hsc.csu.edu.au; new HSC website: www.newhsc.schools.nsw.edu.au

Articles on Stage 6 Dance in the DET Creative Arts Curriculum Support Newsletters (produced each term)

Call Back program in 2001 selected from the HSC 2000 of performances and compositions that are a useful reference for the new course

Handouts from professional teachers association conference ( DEPA February

2001).

2. Textbooks

As under previous arrangements, there are no specified textbooks for Dance although students will study the particular texts as they relate to their topic selections for Dance (see Dance Stage 6 Course Prescriptions).

DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1.

Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition a range of resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Design and Technology including those referred to in:

Board of Studies website www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/designtech_reslist.pdf The list includes text references, videos and websites. Each is annotated to show the parts of the syllabus that the resource supports.

New HSC website www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming materials and sample assessment programs.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in TAS 7–12 (1999–2001) These contain HSC supplements including articles, workshop materials and frequently asked questions.

The Association of Independent Schools Studentnet website www.studentnet.edu.au/ais/hsc/index.html This includes sample teacher programs including suggested resources and assessment tasks.

The powerhouse Museum website www.phm.gov.au/australia_innovates provides an online guide to innovation in Australia’s industries.

HSC online website http://hsc.csu.edu.au . This provides a range of units of work for use by students and teachers of Design and Technology.

2.

Textbooks

In addition to the existing textbooks that are commonly used in schools (that are also included on the resource list referred to on the Board website), the following textbooks have been developed to support the new syllabus.

Preliminary

HSC

Senior Design & Technology, A Student’s Workbook, Rochford John

Senior Design & Technology, A Student’s Workbook, Rochford John

Let’s Talk Design and Technology, Wellham, D, wellham@ideal.net.au Ph: (02) 4561 9191 (Camden High School)

Let’s Talk Design and Technology, Wellham, D, wellham@ideal.net.au Ph: (02) 4561 9191 (Camden High School)

DRAMA RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for Drama:

specimen examination papers

sample marking guidelines, including for the practical tasks and submitted works in Drama.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Drama:

Drama resource materials on the HSC online website: http://hsc.csu.edu.au; new HSC website: www.newhsc.schools.nsw.edu.au

Articles on Stage 6 Drama in the DET Creative Arts Curriculum Support Newsletters (produced each term).

OnStage program in 2001 selected from the HSC 2000 of individual and group performances, and other individual projects including design and critical analysis.

The BOS video (1995) about individual and group performance is still available and provides a useful reference for the new course.

2. Textbooks

As under previous arrangements, there are no specified textbooks for Drama although students will study particular texts as they relate to their topic selections for Drama (see Drama Stage 6 Course Prescriptions).

EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

A CD package of learning materials has been developed by Learning Materials

Production, OTEN-DE. This provides self-paced individual student learning

materials, teacher’s notes, class activities, assignments and assessment tasks for each

of the HSC core modules. The CD has been distributed to all government secondary

schools. Non-government schools may purchase resources from OTEN-DE, via the OTEN website.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and

students in relation to Earth & Environment:

HSC online website http://hsc.csu.edu.au This site provides activities and support for core elements of the course as well as links to other resources including relevant online books.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in Science 7–12 (1999–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including teaching ideas and strategies and assessment tasks.

Sample Programs Sample programs with relevant resources for each preliminary module and each of the HSC core modules have been published on the HSC website at www.newhsc.schools.nsw.edu.au

Teacher Resources Earth and Environmental Resource Folder, Part 1, Mineral Resources UNSW Teaching an Integrated Science Subject, The School of Geology UNSW.

2. Textbooks

Preliminary

E/N

HSC

E/N

Spotlight Earth and Environmental Science - Preliminary Science Press

N

Spotlight Earth and Environmental Science - HSC Science Press

N

E

– existing

N

– new

ECONOMICS RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Economics:

New HSC website http://www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming ideas for the preliminary and HSC courses.

Curriculum Support Directorate website htpp://www.curriculumsupport.nsw.edu.au This site contains information about a range of resources including other online resources.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in HSIE 7–12 (1999–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including articles on research, programming and assessment.

Print resources.

Australia in the Global Economy 2001 - Workbook, Dixon, Brown, Leading Edge,

2001

Excel HSC Economics, Buultjens, Pascal

Excel Prelim Economics, Buultjens, Pascal

Exploring Macroeconomics 5/e, Parry, Tactic

Introduction to Updated Economics 6 th Edition (Yr. 11), Bulmer, J, 1999

Pathways in Economics 5/e, Parry, Tactic

Pathways in Economics Workbook 5/e, Parry, Tactic

The Market Economy – Preliminary Course 2000, Dixon, T, Leading Edge, 2000

Updated Economics Workbook: Preliminary Course, Bulmer, J, 1999

2. Textbooks

PRELIMINARY

E/N

HSC

E/N

Updated Economics Part A 2001, Bulmer & Chapman, 2000

N

Updated Economics Part A 2001, Bulmer & Chapman, 2000

N

Updated Economics Part B 2001, Bulmer & Chapman, 2000

N

Updated Economics Part B 2001, Bulmer & Chapman, 2000

N

Updated Economics Part C 2001, Bulmer & Chapman, NYP Mid 01

N

Updated Economics Part C 2001, Bulmer & Chapman, NYP Mid 01

N

Year 11 Economics 2001, Riley, T,

N

Year 12 Economics 2001, Riley, T, 2000

N

2001

E

– existing

N

– new, developed for new Stage 6 syllabus

ENGINEERING STUDIES RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1.

Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

A

range of resource materials is available for use by teachers and students in relation

to

Engineering Studies including those referred to in:

Board of Studies website www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus_hsc/pdf_doc/enginstudies_reslist.pdf The list includes text references, videos and websites. Each is annotated to show the parts of the syllabus that the resource supports.

New HSC website www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming materials and sample assessment programs.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in TAS 7–12 (1999–2001) These contain HSC supplements including articles, workshop materials and frequently asked questions.

New resources for Engineering Studies, for preliminary and HSC courses, include:

Household Appliances, CD-ROM, Metcalf, Bob

Graphical Force Analysis, CD-ROM, Metcalf, Bob

Engineering Building Blocks, The Structure of Matter, CD-ROM, Metcalf, Bob

Engineering Building Blocks, The Bonding of Matter, CD-ROM, Metcalf, Bob

Engineering Forces Analysis by Graphics, CD-ROM, Metcalf, Bob

Structure of Matter, Wall chart + OHPs, Metcalf, Bob

Bonding of Matter, Wall chart + OHPs, Metcalf, Bob

Analysis by Graphics, Wall chart + OHPs, Metcalf, Bob

Lifting Devices, CD-ROM, Metcalf, Bob

All the above are available from Metcalfe Resources, PO Box 5309, Prestons, NSW, 2170 metcalferesources@yahoo.com.au Ph: 0407 449 230

Engineers Make It Happen, CD-ROM, Sydney Division, Institution of Engineers

HSC online website http://hsc.csu.edu.au . This provides a range of units of work for use by students and teachers in relation to Engineering Studies.

2.

Textbooks

In addition to the existing textbooks that are commonly used in schools (that are also included on the resource list referred to on the Board website), the following textbooks have been developed to support the new syllabus.

Preliminary

HSC

Engineering Studies, A Student’s Workbook, Rochford, John

Engineering Studies, A Student’s Workbook, Rochford, John

Engineering Studies Communication, A Student’s Workbook, Rochford, John

Engineering Studies Communication, A Student’s Workbook, Rochford, John

Engineering Studies – the definitive guide, Volume 1, Copeland, P, Anno Domini, Allawah. (2000)

Engineering Studies – the definitive guide, Volume 2, Copeland, P, Anno Domini, Allawah. (2000)

ENGLISH RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition a range of resource materials is available for use by teachers and students in relation to English including those referred to on:

Board of Studies website

http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus99/syllabus2000_listp.html#e

The following documents can be accessed on this website:

- English Stage 6 Prescriptions: Area of Study, Electives, Texts (2001 & 2002) containing over 120 texts

- Annotations of texts prescribed for the first time for HSC 2001 and 2002

- Prescribed Stimulus Booklet Changing for Areas of Study HSC 2001 & 2002

- Annotated Professional Reading List. The list includes 60 text references and 8 website references.

New HSC website http://www.newhsc.schools.nsw.edu.au This provides a range of programming ideas and strategies for the new HSC courses and materials from 1999 and 2000 LIG events.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in English 7–12 (1999–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including articles dealing with film, Area of Study, Shakespeare and assessment.

NSW HSC online website http://hsc.csu.edu.au/english/resources/ This provides:

- Sample units of work for the HSC Standard, Advanced, ESL and Extension 1 courses.

Association of Independent Schools Professional Development Online website http://www.studentnet.edu.au/ais/hsc/index.html. This site provides sample programs and assessment tasks for the new HSC courses.

2. Textbooks

The changes in the prescription of HSC texts mean that Stage 6 English has very little use for textbooks.

FOOD TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition a range of resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Food Technology including those referred to in:

Board of Studies website

http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus99/syllabus2000_listp.html#p

The list includes text references, videos and websites. Each is annotated to show the parts of the syllabus that the resource supports.

New HSC website http://www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming materials and sample assessment programs.

HSC online website http://hsc.csu.edu.au/ This provides a range of topic-related resource materials for Food Technology.

The Association of Independent Schools Studentnet website http://www.studentnet.edu.au/ais/hsc/index.html This includes sample assessment tasks.

2. Textbooks

In addition to the existing textbooks commonly used in schools (that are also included on the resource list referred to on the Board website), the following textbooks have been developed to support the new syllabus.

Preliminary

HSC

Food Technology in Action, 2 nd Edition, Burnett, Stutchbury, B&K

Food Technology in Action, 2 nd Edition, Burnett, Stutchbury, B&K

GENERAL MATHEMATICS RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to General Mathematics:

A range of print resources and websites identified in the General Mathematics Resource List on the Board’s website. The list includes the New HSC website (www.newhsc.schools.nsw.edu.au) which provides information and materials (including Local Interest Group (LIG) materials).

HSC online website http://hsc.csu.edu.au This site provides activities and support for Extension 1 and 2 and General Mathematics.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in Mathematic 7–12 (1999–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including teaching ideas and activities and assessment strategies.

2. Textbooks

Preliminary

E/N

HSC

E/N

Maths in Focus, Grove, Margaret, McGraw Hill

N

Maths in Focus, Grove, Margaret, McGraw Hill

N

General Mathematics, Buecher, Cary, Heinemann

N

General Mathematics, Buecher, Cary, Heinemann

N

Access to General Maths, Foster, Ian and Thomson, Sue, Longman

N

Access to General Maths, Foster, Ian and Thomson, Sue, Longman

N

General Mathematics, Rowland, Robert, Jacaranda

N

General Mathematics, Rowland, Robert, Jacaranda

N

New Century Maths, Willard, Margaret and Yen, Robert, Nelson

N

New Century Maths, Willard, Margaret and Yen, Robert, Nelson

N

General Mathematics, Brown, Michael, Caley, David, Fisher, Norman, Thomas, Alice,

N

General Mathematics, Brown, Michael, Lord, Stuart, Fisher, Norman, Thomas, Alice, Cambridge

N

Cambridge

Insight General Mathematics, Ley, John, Fuller, Michael, Oxford Uni

N

Insight General Mathematics, Ley, John, Fuller, Michael, Oxford Uni Press

N

Press

E

– existing

N

– new

GEOGRAPHY RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Geography:

HSC Online: www.hsc.csu.edu.au/geography

New HSC website http://www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming ideas for the preliminary and HSC courses.

Curriculum Support Directorate website http://www.curriculumsupport.nsw.edu.au This site contains information about a range of resources including other online resources.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in HSIE 7–12 (1999–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including articles dealing with fieldwork, research, programming and assessment.

Printed and Electronic Resources:

Environmental Issues, Manuel, Cambridge

Excel HSC Geography, Pashley, Pascal

The Developing World, Bunce, Nelson

Geography: A Broadsheet Approach, Rossinel, Macmillan

Macmillan Senior Geography Teacher’s CD-ROM, Paine et al, (Available now)

2. Textbooks

Preliminary

E/N

HSC

E/N

A Geography of Global Interactions 1, Kleeman ed, G, Heinemann, 2000 (2 nd edit)

N

A Geography of Global Interactions 2, Kleeman et al, Heinemann, 2000 (2nd edit)

N

Macmillan Senior Geography 1 –

N

Macmillan Senior Geography 2 – HSC Course, Paine et al, 2000

N

Preliminary Course, Paine et al,

 

2000

 

Senior Geography: An Integrated Approach – Preliminary, Baker et

N

   

al,

Nelson, 2000

E

– existing

N

– new, developed for new Stage 6 syllabus

 

HISTORY EXTENSION RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to History Extension:

Website: HTA NSW: www.htansw.asn.au

HTA Journal – Teaching History- March, 2001 issue was devoted to History Extension.

History Extension Stage 6 Source Book of Readings. A copy of these readings was sent to each secondary school and is also available on the Board website.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in HSIE 7–12 (2001–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including articles on research, programming and assessment.

Ancient History: Evidence and Models, Finley, MI,

Authority and Disorder in Tudor Times 1461–1603, Thomas, Cambridge

Changing Role of Women 1815–1914, Bartley, Nelson

Democracy and the State 1830–1945, Willis, Cambridge

Fifty Key Thinkers on History, Hughes-Warrington, Macmillan

History and the Historians, Warren, Nelson, 1999

In Defence of History, Evans, RJ, UK, 1998

Intelligent Person’s Guide to History, Vincent, J, UK, 1999

Modern Historiography, Bentley, M, UK, 1999

On History, Hobsbawm, E, UK, 1998

On ‘What is History’, Jenkins, K, UK, 1995

Rethinking History, Jenkins, K, UK, 1989

Studying History, Black, J, UK, 2000

Telling the Truth about History, Appleby, J, US, 1995

The Houses of History: A Critical Reader in 20 th Century History and Theory, Green, A, UK, 1999

The Nature of History, Marwick, UK, 1989

The Pursuit of History, Tosh, J, UK, 1999

Tudor Monarchies 1461–1603, McGurk, Cambridge

Use and Abuse of History, Finley, MI, UK, 2000

Writing Ancient History, Morley, N, UK, 1999

2. Textbooks

The nature of this subject is such that it focuses on historiographical debate. The notion of one text is therefore inappropriate for this course.

INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1.

Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

A

range of resource materials is available for use by teachers and students in relation

to

Engineering Studies including those referred to in:

Board of Studies website

 

http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus99/syllabus2000_listp.html#p

The list includes text references, videos and websites. Each is annotated to show the parts of the syllabus that the resource supports.

 

New HSC website http://www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming materials and sample assessment programs.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in TAS 7–12 (1999–2001) These contain HSC supplements including articles, workshop materials and frequently asked questions.

Curriculum Support Directorate website htpp://curriculumsupport.nsw.edu.au This provides snapshots of best practice in teaching industrial technology.

New resources for Industrial Technology, for preliminary and HSC courses, include:

Industrial Technology Folio, CD-ROM, Metcalf, Bob

2.

Textbooks

In addition to the existing textbooks commonly used in schools (that are also included on the resource list referred to on the Board website), the following textbooks have been developed to support the new syllabus.

Preliminary

HSC

Industrial Technology, A Student’s Workbook, Rochford, John

Industrial Technology, A Student’s Workbook, Rochford, John

Woodworking Part 1 and Part 2, Leadbeatter & Leadbeatter, McGraw Hill, Aug 2001 - (supporting Timber and Furniture Industries)

Woodworking Part 1 and Part 2, Leadbeatter & Leadbeatter, McGraw Hill, Aug 2001 - (supporting Timber and Furniture Industries

INFORMATION PROCESSES AND TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition a range of resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Information Processes and Technology including those referred to in:

Board of Studies website

http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus99/syllabus2000_listp.html#p

The list includes text references and websites. Each is annotated to show the parts of the syllabus that the resource supports.

New HSC website http://www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming materials and sample assessment programs.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in TAS 7–12 (1999–2001) These contain HSC supplements including articles, workshop materials and frequently asked questions.

HSC online website http://hsc.csu.edu.au/ This provides various resource materials related to Information Processes and Technology.

The Association of Independent Schools Studentnet website http://www.studentnet.edu.au/ais/hsc/index.html This includes sample assessment tasks.

2. Textbooks

Preliminary

HSC

Preliminary Course Information Processes and Technology, Powers, Gregory

HSC Course Information Processes and Technology, Powers, Gregory

Information Processes and Technology Preliminary Course, Boyd, G

 

Preliminary Course Information Processes and Technology, Ware

HSC Course Information Processes and Technology, Ware

LANGUAGES RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1.

Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers (Sample assessment items for CCAFL Languages)

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition the Board of Studies website provides for each language and each level (Continuers, Background Speakers, Extension) a list of suggested resources, including course books in common use, that support the new syllabus content. Many of the suggested resources are in current use and reflect the resources used in the old syllabuses.

The following resource materials are also available for use by teachers and students in relation to Languages:

Curriculum Support Directorate website htpp://www.curriculumsupport.nsw.edu.au This site contains a range of support for languages including suggested teaching strategies and activities for seven language courses.

New HSC website http://www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming materials and ideas for 16 language courses.

HSC online website htpp://hsc.csu.edu.au/ for Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian and Japanese has teaching ideas, examinations tips, sample questions and student advice.

CD-ROM support for HSC Extension courses for seven languages.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in Languages 7–12 (2000–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including articles on assessment, designing effective assessment tasks and using authentic texts.

Language bulletins for Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese and Korean contain teaching activities and assessment ideas for Stage 6.

2.

Texts and Textbooks

Prescribed Texts In Background Speakers, Extension, and Classical languages HSC courses, there are texts prescribed for study. These have been advised in Official Notices in the Board Bulletin, and listed on the Board’s website. Prescribed texts were a feature of these courses in the old HSC.

Text Books There are no designated HSC-specific textbooks for any of the Stage 6 language courses, either Preliminary or HSC. However, this is no different to the situation prior to the new HSC. There are some course books in common use in some languages.

LEGAL STUDIES RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1.

Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Legal Studies:

Curriculum Support for Teaching in HSIE 7–12 (1999–2001). These publications contain HSC supplements including articles on research, programming and assessment.

Website: HSC Online: www.hsc.csu.edu.au/legal_studies

New HSC website http//www.newhsc.schools.nsw.edu.au This provides a range of programming ideas for the preliminary and HSC courses.

Printed resources:

Excel Preliminary Legal Studies, Brassil, Pascal

Get Smart Legal Studies Guide Preliminary, Singer (to be published late June,

2001)

Instant Lessons in Legal Studies Bk 1, Millane, Blake

Instant Lessons in Legal Studies Bk 2, Millane, Blake

Instant Lessons in Legal Studies Bk 3, Millane, Blake

Law Handbook 7/e, Redfern Legal, Redfern Legal

Legal Dictionary for Australia – Revised Ed, Alderson, McGraw Hill

Legal Studies Study Dictionary, Oxford, Oxford

2.

Textbooks

Preliminary

E/N

HSC

E/N

Heinemann Legal Studies:

N

Heinemann Legal Studies: HSC Course 2 nd Edition, Brogan et al, Heinemann, 2000

N

Preliminary Course 2 nd Edition, Brogan et al, Heinemann, 2000

Macmillan Legal Studies 1 – Preliminary Course, Keeley, McCarthy, Suter, Watt, Macmillan,

N

Macmillan Legal Studies 2 – HSC Course, McCarthy, Suter, Watt, Macmillan, 2000

N

2000

E

– existing

N

– new, developed for new Stage 6 syllabus

MODERN HISTORY RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1.

Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Modern History:

Website: HTA NSW: www.htansw.asn.au

Website: HSC Online: www.hsc.csu.edu.au/modern_history

Curriculum Support for Teaching in HSC 712 (1999–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including articles on research, programming and assessment.

Print resources:

Anti-Semitism and the Holocaust, Farmer, Nelson

Arab-Israeli Conflict 1948 – 96, Nelson

Australia Since 1980 2/e, Dennis, Longman

Albert Speer: His Battle With Truth, Sereny, Macmillan

Challenge, Change and Continuity: Modern History Preliminary Course, Maureen Anderson, Ian Keese and Anne Lowe, John Wiley & Sons (Jacaranda), 2001

Cold War & After, The: Hodder 20 th Century History, Aylett, Nelson

Concepts That Shaped The Modern World, Ritter, Mcmillan

‘Conflict in the Pacific 1937-1951’ is explored in the December, 2000 issue of HTA Journal – Teaching History

Conflict in South Africa, Nelson

Conflict in South Africa Student Book, Nelson

A Disunited Kingdom 1800–1945, Kinealy, Cambridge

Evidence of War 2/e, McCallum, Heinemann

Excel HSC Modern History, Ringer, Pascal

Hitler and Nazi Germany 1933–1945, McDonough, Cambridge

Holocaust, Neville, Cambridge

Investigating Japan, Miocevich, Longman

Southern Voices Revised CSF Ed, Engwerda, Heinemann

Spirit of Change – China in Revolution, Morcombe, McGraw

Spirit of Change – Russia, Morcombe, McGraw

Spirit of Change – France in Revolution, Morcombe, McGraw

The Great War, 2/e, McAndrew, Thomas & Cummins, Cambridge, 2001

Trotsky: The Permanent Revolutionary, Nelson

USA 1919 – 41: Hodder 20th Century History, Mantin, Nelson

USA & Vietnam 1945–75, Sanders, Nelson

2.

Textbooks

Preliminary

E/N

HSC

E/N

Key Features of Modern History – NSW Preliminary & HSC, Dennett, Dixon, 2000

N

Key Features of Modern History – NSW Preliminary & HSC, Dennett, Dixon, 2000

N

E

– existing

N

– new, developed for new Stage 6 syllabus

MUSIC RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for Music:

support documents for the courses in Music which include a comprehensive annotated reference list

specimen examination papers for Music 1, Music 2

sample marking guidelines for Music 1 Aural Skills

sample marking guidelines for submitted works in Music 1

sample marking guidelines for Music 2

sample marking guidelines for practical tasks and submitted works in Music 2

sample marking guidelines for practical tasks and submitted works in Music Extension.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Music:

Curriculum Support Directorate website htpp://www.curriculumsupport.nsw.edu.au This site contains a range of support including ideas for programming, course content and assessment strategies.

Music resource materials on the HSC online website, http://hsc.csu.edu.au; new HSC website: www.newhsc.schools.nsw.edu.au

Materials produced by Learning Materials Production, Open Training and Education Network – Distance Education, DET.

Articles on Stage 6 Music in the DET Creative Arts Curriculum Support Newsletters (produced each term).

Encore concert of performances and compositions. CDs of previous concerts are still available and provide a useful reference for the new courses.

2. Textbooks

As under previous arrangements, there are no specified textbooks for Music.

PDHPE RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition a range of resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to PDHPE including those referred to in:

Board of Studies website

http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus99/syllabus2000_listp.html#p

The list includes 30 text references and 20 websites. Each is annotated to show the parts of the syllabus that the resource supports.

New HSC website http://www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming materials and ideas.

Curriculum Support Directorate website htpp://www.curriculumsupport.nsw.edu.au This provides suggestions for programming and resource lists.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in PDHPE 7–12 (2000–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including articles on assessment, designing effective assessment tasks and examination tips.

HSC online website http://hsc.csu.edu.au/pdhpe/resources This provides a review of 39 relevant websites

The Association of Independent Schools Studentnet website http://www.studentnet.edu.au/ais/hsc/index.html

This includes sample teacher units for all Preliminary and HSC modules with a wide range of suggested resources.

2. Textbooks

The most popular texts in this learning area have all been amended and released as new editions to specifically address the requirements of the new syllabus.

Preliminary

E/N

HSC

E/N

Health Moves 1 (2nd Edition), Parker, Patterson and Hearne, Heinemann, 2000

N

Health Moves 2 (2nd Edition), Parker, Patterson and Hearne, Heinemann, 2001

N

PDHPE – Application and Inquiry Preliminary Course, Browne, Lambert, Clarke and Jeffreys, Oxford University Press, 2001

N

PDHPE – Application and Inquiry HSC Course, Browne, Lambert, Clarke and Jeffreys, Oxford University Press, 2000

N

Outcomes 1, Ruskin and Fitzgibbon, Jacaranda, 2000

N

Outcomes 2, Ruskin, Proctor and Neeves, Jacaranda, March 2001

N

E

– existing

N

– new

PHYSICS RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

A CD package of learning materials has been developed by Learning Materials

Production, OTEN-DE. This provides self-paced individual student learning materials, teacher’s notes, class activities, assignments and assessment tasks for each

of the HSC core modules. The CD has been distributed to all government secondary

schools. Non-government schools may purchase resources from OTEN-DE, via the OTEN website.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and

students in relation to Physics:

Curriculum Support for Teaching in Science 7–12 (1999–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including teaching ideas and strategies and assessment tasks.

Sample Programs Sample programs with relevant resources for each preliminary module and each of the HSC core modules have been published on the HSC website at www.newhsc.schools.nsw.edu.au

2.

Textbooks

Preliminary

E/N

HSC

E/N

Physics in Context, The Forces of Life, ed. 2, Oxford

N

Physics in Context, The Forces of Life, ed. 2, Oxford

N

Spotlight Preliminary Physics, Science Press

N

Spotlight HSC Physics, Science Press

N

Excel Preliminary Physics, Pascal Press (Study Guide)

N

Excel HSC Physics, Pascal Press (Study Guide)

N

Macmillan Physics 1, Butler et al,

N

Macmillan Physics 2, Butler et al, Macmillan

N

Macmillan

Physics Contexts 1, Longman

N

Physics Contexts 2, Longman

N

Physics 1: Preliminary Course, John L Wiley & Sons (Jacaranda)

N

Success One HSC Physics, Aaron Butler Publishing

N

   

Physics 2: HSC Course, John L Wiley & Sons (Jacaranda)

N

E

– existing

N

– new

SENIOR SCIENCE RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1.

Resources

 

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

A

CD package of learning materials has been developed by Learning Materials

Production, OTEN-DE. This provides self-paced individual student learning materials, teacher’s notes, class activities, assignments and assessment tasks for each

of

the HSC core modules. The CD has been distributed to all government secondary

schools. Non-government schools may purchase resources from OTEN-DE, via the

OTEN website.

In

addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and

students in relation to Senior Science.

HSC online website http://hsc.csu.edu.au This site provides activities and support for core elements of the course as well as links to other resources including relevant online books.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in Science 7–12 (1999–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including teaching ideas and strategies and assessment tasks.

Sample Programs Sample programs with relevant resources for each preliminary module and each of the HSC core modules have been published on the HSC website at www.newhsc.schools.nsw.edu.au

2.

Textbooks

 

Preliminary

E/N

HSC

E/N

Spotlight Senior Science, 2001

N

Spotlight Senior Science, 2001

N

Heinemann Senior Science 1 Preliminary (2001), Heinemann

N

Heinemann Senior Science 2 HSC (2001), Heinemann

N

E

– existing

N

– new

SOCIETY AND CULTURE RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

Society and Culture is a subject in which the use of one text is not appropriate. This subject is contemporary and requires up-to-date material, which reflects the changing nature of society. There are resources, such as those listed below, which are of use to teachers and students.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Society and Culture:

HSC Online (from July, 2001): www.hsc.csu.edu.au

Access Asia: www.hsc.csu.edu.au

New HSC website http://www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming ideas for the preliminary and HSC courses.

Curriculum Support Directorate website htpp://www.curriculumsupport.nsw.edu.au This site contains information about a range of resources including other online resources.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in HSIE 7–12 (2000–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including articles dealing with the options in Society and Culture, research, programming and assessment.

videos related to the content of the course.

Printed Resources

Focus on Australian Society 2 nd Edition, Aspin, L, 1996

Reinventing Australia: The Mind and Mood of Australia in the 90s, Mackay, Hugh (Angus & Robertson, 1993)

Generations, Mackay, Hugh, Pan McMillan

Current Social Issues, (Fortnightly publication)Canberra, Current Information Services, 1992+

2. Textbooks

Preliminary

E/N

HSC

E/N

New Society & Culture 2 nd Edition – for new syllabus, Lovat et al,

N

New Society & Culture 2 nd Edition – for new syllabus, Lovat et al,

N

2000

2000

E

– existing

N

– new, developed for new Stage 6 syllabus

SOFTWARE DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition a range of resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Software Design and Development including those referred to in:

Board of Studies website

http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus99/syllabus2000_listp.html#p

The list includes text references and websites. Each is annotated to show the parts of the syllabus that the resource supports.

New HSC website http://www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming materials and sample assessment programs.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in TAS 7–12 (1999–2001) These contain HSC supplements including articles, workshop materials and frequently asked questions.

2. Textbooks

Preliminary

HSC

Software Design & Development Preliminary Course, Fowler, A

Software Design & Development HSC Course, Fowler, A

 

Software Design & Development Excel Study Guide, Lancaster, G

Software Design and Development:

 

The Preliminary course, Wilson, Cambridge University Press

STUDIES OF RELIGION RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to studies of Religion:

Curriculum Support for Teaching in HSIE 7–12 (1999–2001) These publications contain HSC supplements including articles dealing with assessment for Studies of Religion.

Environmental Ethics, Walker, Nelson

Ethical Theory, Thompson, Nelson

Introduction to the New Testament, O’Donnel, Nelson

Issues of Life and Death, Wilcockson, Nelson, HSC

Philosophy Of Religion, Cole, Nelson

Worlds of Religion, Coleman, McGraw Hill

2. Textbooks

Preliminary

E/N

HSC

E/N

Exploring Religion 2/e, Beck et al,

E

Living Religion 2/e, Mudge, Longman, Sep 2001

N

Oxford

Living Religion 2/e, Mudge, Longman, Sep 2001

N

New Studies in Religion, Lovat, Social Science Press

N

New Studies in Religion, Lovat, Social Science Press

N

   

E

– existing

N

– new, developed for new Stage 6 syllabus

TEXTILES AND DESIGN RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In

addition a range of resource materials are available for use by teachers and students

in

relation to Textiles and Design including those referred to in:

Board of Studies website

http://www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/syllabus99/syllabus2000_listp.html#p

The list includes text references, videos and websites. Each is annotated to show the parts of the syllabus that the resource supports.

New HSC website http://www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming materials and sample assessment programs.

Curriculum Support for Teaching in TAS 7–12 (1999–2001) These contain HSC supplements including articles, workshop materials and frequently asked questions.

The Association of Independent Schools Studentnet website http://www.studentnet.edu.au/ais/hsc/index.html This includes sample teacher programs including suggested resources.

New resources for Textiles and Design for preliminary and HSC courses, include:

Australian Textile, Clothing, Footwear & Allied Industries, CD-ROM, TCFL Centre, Australian Technology Park

2. Textbooks

A list of texts that are commonly used in schools are included on the resource list

referred to on the Board website.

The revised syllabus may be implemented without significant change in the level of resources.

VISUAL ARTS RESOURCES AND TEXTBOOKS

1. Resources

To assist teachers and students with the implementation of the new syllabuses the Board of Studies has published for each subject:

support documents

specimen examination papers

specimen examination paper marking guidelines.

These along with other general advice are available on the Board’s website at www.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au.

In addition the following resource materials are available for use by teachers and students in relation to Visual Arts:

New HSC website http://www.newhsc.schools.nsw.ed.au This provides a range of programming ideas, content and resources.

Curriculum Support Directorate website http://www.curriculumsupport.nsw.edu.au This site contains a range of support including ideas for programming, course content and assessment strategies.

Visual Arts resource materials on the HSC online website: http://hsc.csu.edu.au; new HSC website: www.newhsc.schools.nsw.edu.au

materials produced by Learning Materials Production, Open Training and Education Network – Distance Education, DET

articles on Stage 6 Visual Arts in the DET Creative Arts Curriculum Support Newsletters (produced each term)

resources connected to current exhibitions produced by galleries/museums including the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Museum of Contemporary Art, Australian National Gallery

publication: Occasional Seminar in Art Education No.9 ‘Bodies of Work and the practice of Art Making’, (2000), UNSW(COFA)

ARTXPRESS exhibition in city and regional venues including the HSC 2000 catalogue and CD-ROM. Previous exhibition catalogues and CD-ROMs are still available and a useful reference for the new course.

handouts from DET workshops (ongoing), AIS conference (March 2001) and Art Education Society Conference (April 2001)

a wide range of references and journals such as Art Australia, Art Asia Pacific.

2. Textbooks

As under previous arrangements, there are no specified textbooks for Visual Arts.