In Part 1, students interpret how the visual techniques used in the presentation of a Māori legend support the meaning of the written text. In Part 2, students are assessed on their ability to communicate and explain their use of visual techniques. Annotated student work samples using Part 2 are provided.
Students conduct a statistical investigation about their prediction of the most common words used in English. They make graphs, describe their shape, and compare their own graph with ones that other students produce.
Task: Identify adaptations of 3 animals that live under the soil, and design an animal that could live underground. Self-assess the design by considering given criteria. Assessment focus: adaptations that enable an animal to live underground.