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Moving Image

How do you make bread?

Have you ever made bread? This clip shows a girl learning to make bread at home with her mother. You will also see how different types of bread are made.

Interactive resource

Muffin bakery: price and volume

Run a shop which bakes muffins. Investigate the fixed costs and variable costs involved in production. Look at how gross profit and net profit are calculated. Examine the effects of unsold stock on profit. Maximise profit by working out the best combination of production volume and price. Look closely at sales figures and ...

Interactive resource

Mine rescue

Rescue three miners trapped by fire. Select and test gases to find out which gas will put out the fire and which gas the miners can breathe.

Interactive resource

Going down and burning up

Bring the Hubble Telescope back to Earth for repairs. Build a heat shield to protect the space telescope from burning up. Choose a material that will not easily burn, melt or transfer heat.

Interactive resource

The Bunsen flame

Find out which part of a bunsen burner flame is hottest and which part is coolest. Place a wire gauze over four different parts of the flame. Observe the changes to the wire gauze. Capture images of your tests to make a record of your findings. Then answer the conclusion questions to sum up the findings.

Collection

Energy and forces - early years

This collection of 20 interactive learning objects introduces students to the concepts of forces and energy. It is organised into four categories - energy conversions; forms of energy; energy management; and forces. The learning objects enable students to build energy and food chains, design energy-efficient houses, and ...

Collection

Energy - middle years

This collection of 23 digital curriculum resources is organised into three categories - energy conversions; forms of energy; and energy management. It includes learning objects enabling students to build energy-efficient houses and cars, construct energy chains, harness solar energy for heating, operate nuclear reactors, ...

Collection

Energy - senior years

This collection of 16 digital curriculum resources is organised into three categories - forms of energy; energy conversions; and energy management. Learning objects enable students to build energy-efficient cars; consider environmental and economic implications of a range of energy sources including solar and wind; operate ...

Teacher resource

Plants that convert the Sun's energy: teacher resource

This teacher resource provides a range of possible activities that cover aspects of the science continuum for the flow of energy in an ecosystem. This teaching resource provides a range of classroom activities that explore the concept of the flow of energy in an ecosystem, specifically investigating the process of photosynthesis. ...

Teacher resource

Photosynthesis and respiration: teacher resource

This teacher resource provides a range of possible activities that cover aspects of the science continuum for the flow of energy and flow of matter in an ecosystem. This teaching resource provides a range of classroom activities that explore the concept of the flow of energy and flow of matter in an ecosystem, specifically ...

Teacher resource

Chemical reactions and organic compounds: teacher resource

This teacher resource provides a range of possible activities that cover aspects of the science continuum for the flow of energy and flow of matter in an ecosystem. This teaching resource provides a range of classroom activities that explore the concept of the flow of energy and flow of matter in an ecosystem, specifically ...

Teacher resource

Producers are often plants - but not always: learning sequence

In this structured sequence of learning, a concept cartoon is used to prompt students to think about producers and what they know about organisms at the start of the food chain. A range of organisms that use sunlight to produce their own foods are classified into terrestrial or aquatic organisms. Students create representations ...

Teacher resource

Photosynthesis and respiration: learning sequence

This learning sequence introduces photosynthesis and respiration. Students explore the roles of photosynthesis and respiration. They compare the differences between these two processes. They explain how energy moves through an ecosystem and some implications of the carbon cycle.

Teacher resource

Chemical reactions and organic compounds: learning sequence

In this structured sequence of learning, there are five teaching and learning sessions that include example stimulus questions, images, interactive simulations, video footage and experiments. Chemical reactions and some formulas of organic compounds are introduced to students. Activities investigate chemical bonds and the ...

Teacher resource

Flow of energy: concept map

This developmental concept map demonstrates the relationships between concepts as they relate to the flow of energy in ecosystems. The concepts include those that reflect simple understandings to more complex concepts that build on them. Each concept is contained within a box, with arrows connecting boxes to represent relationships ...

Teacher resource

Flow of matter: concept map

This developmental concept map demonstrates the relationships between concepts as they relate to the flow of matter in ecosystems. The concepts include those that reflect simple understandings to more complex concepts that build on them. Each concept is contained within a box, with arrows connecting boxes to represent relationships ...

Image

Interior of a pastry shop, 1984

This is a black-and-white photograph of the interior of a pastry shop, the 'Mezzapica' Italian pastry store in the Sydney suburb of Leichhardt. A female storekeeper is behind the counter. Cakes, fruit pies and tarts marked with price tags are displayed for sale.

Video

A Day in a Biscuit Factory, 1932: 'Served by discerning hostesses'

This clip shows a range of manufacturing activities taking place at the Swallow and Ariell biscuit factory in Melbourne in 1932. Almost all the scenes in the clip depict female workers engaged in the production or decoration of biscuits, cakes or other 'dainty confectionary'. The tasks include operating light machinery, ...