Hobart, Launceston, Cradle Coast
|Unit name||Understanding Science|
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- Describe the nature and purpose of scientific knowledge and inquiry in society
- Communicate solutions to real world problems
- Identify and explain the role of ethical conduct in science
- Reflect upon contemporary science and scientific issues
AT1: Reflection: What is Science (20%)
AT2: Dissecting Science Reports (35%)
AT3: Portfolio (45%)
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