Resources for Year 9 students

Resources for Year 9 students

We will continue to add resources across all year levels and learning areas, to give children and young people the best opportunity to continue to learn at home.

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  • Dyeing with red cabbage

    Many natural products, such as red cabbage and turmeric, can be used as a natural source of colour to dye fibres. Watch the dyeing demonstration in this clip to see how. Discover the chemistry of natural dyes, including the bonding properties of different pigments and how acid-base reactions can alter the colour of pH-sensitive dyes.

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  • Exploring atoms: atom structure

    See how scientists such as Ernest Rutherford have investigated the structure of atoms. Explore possible models. Fire charged particles at atoms and find which model best fits the results.

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  • Geography self-directed learning activities

    This resource contains a set of self-directed learning activities that can be accessed as a Word document or as a printed workbook. Year 9 students may select biomes and food security packages (1-11). Students and parents can choose individual files as needed

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  • How does income tax work?

    Learn about how income tax works.

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  • Individual Pathway Planning

    Explore, identify and evaluate the learning and work pathways available.

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  • Is bamboo clothing really eco-friendly?

    Bamboo is an increasingly popular choice as a clothing fabric, but is it really as eco-friendly as they say? Discover raw bamboo's natural characteristics and properties and find out why it's admired as a processed fibre. Then see what research reveals about the way it's processed.

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  • Jane Eyre: Fairytale and realism

    Do you detect a hint of the supernatural in Jane Eyre? Professor John Bowen, Professor of Nineteeth-century Literature at the University of York, says, 'It is a novel with a lot of haunting in it.' Listen as Professor Bowen discusses the fairytale and gothic elements in Charlotte Bronte's classic novel. This clip from The British Library is one in a series of four.

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  • Jane Eyre: tapping into childhood

    How was childhood depicted in English literature in the mid-nineteenth century? In this clip from The British Library, two experts in the works of the Bronte sisters discuss the manner in which children were regarded in the 1800s and consider the significance of Charlotte Bronte's accounts of childhood in Jane Eyre

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  • Jane Eyre: the role of women

    What does Jane Eyre tell us about the role of women in 19th century England? Charlotte Bronte's best-known character is, according to Professor John Bowen, an 'assertive heroine ... who speaks the truth'. How does this distinguish her from other women of her time, especially those who serve as governesses? This clip from The British Library is one in a series of four.

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  • Jane Eyre: who is Bertha Mason?

    What do Jane Eyre and Bertha Mason have in common? In what ways are they different? How do you react to Bertha's character? Listen carefully as Professor John Bowen shares his thoughts about the significance of Bertha in Charlotte Bronte's classic novel. This clip is one in a series of four.

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  • Language activities for Advanced learners

    Find and cook a recipe from another country.

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  • Lifting the lid on Gothic literature

    What comes to mind when you think of 'Gothic fiction'? What are some of the characteristics of the genre? In this clip from the British Library, Professor John Bowen from the University of York suggests the Gothic tradition emerged in literature with the publication of Horace Walpole's The Castle of Otranto in 1764 and continued in such works as Frankenstein (1818), The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1886) and Dracula (1897).

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  • Make a curve with straight lines

    Watch this "mathemagical" illusion that makes straight lines look like a curved line! These line designs are created by connecting points on lines or curves with straight line segments. Do you know what it's called when this is carried out with sewing needle and thread?

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  • Measurement and Geometry - Enlargement transformations

    Read the information about enlargement transformations and answer the questions.

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  • Measurement and Geometry - Similar triangles

    Read the information about similar triangles and answer the questions.

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  • Measurement and Geometry - Similarity of right-angled triangles

    Read the information about the similarity of right-angled triangles and answer the questions.

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  • Measurement and Geometry - Solving problems with trigonometry

    Read the information about solving problems with trigonometry and answer the questions.

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  • Measurement and Geometry - Surface area of prisms and cylinders

    Read the information about surface area of prisms and cylinders and answer the questions.

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  • Measurement and Geometry - Three basic trigonometric ratios

    Read the information about the three basic trigonometric ratios and answer the questions.

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  • Measurement and Geometry - Volume of prisms and cylinders

    Read the information about the volume of prisms and cylinders and answer the questions.

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