Students identify complex and contradictory ideas that exist about femininity and masculinity, and how being a woman or a man may influence an individual's experiences and expectations.
Students study six key issues from the following:
A Gender Analysis Framework provides the key concepts and analytical tools that students use in examining the key issues.
Students demonstrate evidence of their learning through the following assessment types:
The issues analysis is a piece of writing of up to a maximum of 2000 words. Students undertake a detailed and independent investigation of a gender issue that is derived from one of the key issues.
The issues analysis is double graded, firstly by the student’s teacher and secondly by an external assessor appointed by the SACE Board. The teacher and the external assessor make a decision about the quality of the investigation with reference to the performance standards.
The Women’s Studies Subject Outline includes performance standards, which describe five levels of achievement that are reported with the grades A to E at the student’s completion of the subject.
The school-based assessments and the external assessment will be graded with reference to the performance standards.
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