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  • develop a collection of work in class to demonstrate your knowledge, understanding and skills about landscapes and landscapes
  • use a range of sources to complete a series of learning projects
  • a labelled sketch (from a photograph) of one landscape and specific landforms
  • a special purpose map (that you have created) showing the distribution at a global scale of one type of landform with a description, including examples
  • an annotated photograph (or sketch) of a landform model you have created to explain the geomorphological processes evident
  • a labelled diagram of the geomorphological hazard and a map showing the distribution of where this hazard occurs. Annotate map with a case study summary
  • an explanation of an artwork of a landscape or landform by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander artist
  • a supported explanation and analysis of a specific land degradation issue
  • a fact sheet with labelled map about one of Australia's natural World Heritage sites.

Multimodal and written/spoken: Collection of work


  • Teacher guidelines
  • Task-specific standards: Continua
  • Task-specific standards: Matrix
  • Assessment resource: Identifying landscapes and their landforms
  • Assessment resource: Geomorphic processes in action
  • Assessment resource: Geomorphological hazards
  • Assessment resource: Connecting landforms to Country/Place
  • Assessment resource: Land degradation
  • Assessment resource: Protecting significant landscapes
  • Assessment resource: Glossary of geographical terms
  • Student booklet

Download the full assessment (contains the documents as Word files):

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