Human Biology

11HBS1/11HBS2

In Human Biology students learn about the cellular and overall structures and functions of a range of human body systems.

About the subject

They have the opportunity to make connections between human biology and their lives and how biology of the human body impacts on their lives and society.

Students design and conduct biological investigations and gather evidence from their investigations. As they explore a range of biology-related issues, students recognise that the body of biological knowledge is constantly changing and increasing through the applications of new ideas and technologies. Examples of areas of study include.

  • Cellular Biology including blood
  • Physiology of the circulatory and immune systems.

Assessment

Assessment at Stage 1 is school based. Students demonstrate evidence of their learning through the following assessment types:

  • Investigations Folio
  • Skills and Applications Tasks
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