Resources for Year 9 students

Resources for Year 9 students

Resources are available across all year levels and learning areas, to give children and young people the best opportunity to continue to learn at home.



  • Number and Algebra- Gradient and midpoint

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  • Number and Algebra- Index laws

    Read the information about index laws and answer the questions.

  • Number and Algebra- Linear and non-linear relationships

    Read the information about linear and non-linear relationships and answer the questions.

  • Number and Algebra- Scientific notation

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  • Number and Algebra- Simple interest

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  • Number and Algebra- Time and space

    Read the information about time and space and answer the questions.

  • Printable templates for Mathematics

    Access useful printable items for maths at home such as grid paper, dot paper and number cards

  • Resilience and reconciliation

    This clip looks at casual racism in Australia, including some infamous incidents throughout Adam Goodes’s playing career that shook the nation. Adam showed a great deal of resilience and courage throughout this difficult time. Look at how many Australians stood with Adam, letting him know they valued his leadership and efforts to stop racism.

  • Science of life

    Discover biodiversity, the scientific study of life and organisms, and the story of human evolution.

  • Shakespeare Unbound

    Like Shakespeare's stories but think the tights are boring and the old-fashioned language is hard to follow? ABC Education and Bell Shakespeare bring you some of Shakespeare's most famous scenes set in the modern day. Then meet the actors to hear their interpretations.

  • Shopping for a mobile

    The conversational tool supports the student to develop confidence in dealing with salespeople. It also highlights the importance of asking questions to find out whether a potential purchase or contract meets their needs.

  • SOS! Quoll rescue

    Discover what threatens a native Australian predator and how scientists are hoping to save it from extinction. Answer the questions in the 'things to think about' section

  • Statistics and Probability - Data representations

    Read the information about data representations and answer the questions.

  • Statistics and Probability - Mean, median and range

    Read the information about mean, median and range and answer the questions.

  • Statistics and Probability - Types of data

    Read the information about types of data and answer the questions.

  • Storytelling

    Oral histories, myths, legends, folk tales, fairy tales, Aussie yarns and interactive digital stories. Storytelling traditions stretch throughout time.

  • The bang behind fireworks!

    Ever wondered how fireworks are created? In this clip, pyrotechnics expert John Conkling describes the chemical and physical components of fireworks, and demonstrates many coloured explosions in a laboratory. Discover that a fireworks display is a chemical reaction between an oxidiser such as potassium nitrate and a fuel such as sulphur, with a chemical colourant that emits coloured light when heated.

  • The cumulative risk of daily habits

    Risk that builds up over a lifetime is known as "chronic risk". When we make risky choices, we often don’t think about their long-term consequences, but maths has a way of making chronic risk more immediate. Using a visualisation of money, mathematician Lily Serna shows us the consequences of our daily habits.

  • The importance of risky play

    Statistically, the safest time in your life is between the ages of 5 and 9. Children can expect to live longer and be healthier than any previous generation, and yet parents seem more worried than ever. Mathematician Lily Serna presents two experiments: one with a group of children and one with their parents, who begin to learn the benefits of potentially risky "loose parts play".

  • The science of fear

    Why do people love to watch horror movies? Are there some positives to experiencing fear? Sociologist Dr Margee Kerr thinks so. Discover reasons why you might love scary movies – and why your friends might not.

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