Topic Form 3 Form 4 BIBLICAL REASONING / THEMES / PRINCIPLES SCHOOLWIDE LEARNER OUTCOMES
Biology
  • Articulate and live their Biblical worldview while possessing a basic understanding of opposing worldviews.

  • Embrace diversity

  • Good stewardship

B1. Characteristics of living organisms check Creation, Fall, Redemption and stewardship
Cells check Creation, Laws of nature
  • To realise God is a God of order
  • Problem solvers equipped to think creatively and critically, and can confidently interrogate issues
Biological molecules check Creation, productivity
  • Embrace diversity and engage the world’s problems with kindness, responsiveness and open-mindedness
Enzymes check Creation, laws of nature
  • Formulate ask questions, reflect critically and creatively, and be able to solve problems
Plant nutrition check check Creation, productivity and providence
  • Are good stewards of their talents and resources and are champions of sustainable development
Animal nutrition check check Creation, redemption, providence
  • Live an active and healthy lifestyle
Transport check Creation, laws of nature, imagining innovations, Creator, productivity , providence, expressing words
  • Students praise the master designer
  • Students realise God is God of all subjects working together. He holds all things together
  • Students use words to build up and express their ideas.
  • Students understand God’s providence in medicine and how he enables surgeons to correct heart conditions
Gas exchange and respiration check Celebrating life, creation, laws of nature, Loving G
  • Students embrace the full suite of Gods provisions in life and live in such a way that all may flourish.
  • God supplies our energy need.
  • He is our sustainer
  • Students praise God by reflecting their Creator in making expressive and inspiring things and ideas.
  • Students should realise that God is the giver of life. He gave us breath.
Coordination and response check Building community, discovering patterns
  • Students realise we are part of a community and can encourage others.
Reproduction check Creativity, fall and building community
  • Are truthful and honest and stand up for what is right
  • A student responds to God’s love by loving God and in return loving their neighbour as themselves and respecting them and respecting the live God has given us.
Organisms and their environment check Caretaking earth, stewardship
  • Good stewards of their talents and resources and champions of sustainable development
Human influences on ecosystems check Caretaking earth, stewardship
  • Good stewards of their talents and resources and champions of sustainable development.
  • Students respond to God’s call to carefully mange all of creation.
Chemistry
  • Use content and skills acquired to effectively communicate, present, and defend the one’s point of view and learning
  • Formulate and ask questions, reflect critically and creatively, and be able to solve problems
  • Good stewards of talents, treasures and time and resources which are all given back to God in a way that adds value to the kingdom
The particulate nature of matter check Creation, Fall, Redemption and stewardship
Experimental techniques check Discovering Patterns, Community Building
Atoms, elements and compounds check Challenging distortions, Stewardship, Providence, Stewardship, Embracing diversity
Stoichiometry check Laws of Nature, Contemplating Creation
  • Reflect, compare, and contrast various theories in relation to the biblical worldview
  • Articulate and live their Biblical worldview while having a basic understanding of opposing worldviews. Formulate and ask questions, reflect critically and creatively, and be able to solve problems
Electricity and chemistry check check Discovering patterns
Energy changes in chemical reactions check Getting wisdom, Practising hospitality
Chemical reactions check Imitating humility, Pursuing peace, Overcoming setbacks, Reflecting Creativity
Acids, bases and salts check Celebrating life, Understanding vocation, Seeking justice, Relishing play
  • Embrace diversity and engage responsibly in the world’s problems with kindness, responsiveness, and open-mindedness Use the content and skills acquired to effectively communicate, present, and defend one’s point of view and learning
  • Formulate and ask questions, reflect critically and creatively, and be able to solve problems
  • Good stewards of talents, treasures and time and resources which are all given back to God in a way that adds value to the kingdom
The Periodic Table check Getting wisdom, Imagining Innovations Stewardship, Shaping culture, Productivity
Metals check

Productivity, Imaging Innovations, Reflecting creativity, Transforming Thinking, Unwrapping Gifts

  • Embrace diversity and engage responsibly in the world’s problems with kindness, responsiveness, and open-mindedness
  • Reflect, compare, and contrast various theories in relation to the biblical worldview Formulate and ask questions, reflect critically and creatively, and be able to solve problems
Air and water check Showing mercy, Productivity
Organic chemistry check Creation, Fall, Humility, Redemption, Embracing diversity, Getting wisdom, Challenging distortions, Unwrapping Gifts, Pondering creation, Loving God
  • Embrace diversity and engage responsibly in the world’s problems with kindness, responsiveness, and open-mindedness
  • Use the content and skills acquired to effectively communicate, present, and defend the one’s point of view and learning
  • Formulate and ask questions, reflect critically and creatively, and be able to solve problems
Physics
  • Use the content and skills acquired to effectively communicate, present, and defend one’s point of view and learning
  • Formulate and ask questions, reflect critically and creatively, and be able to solve problems
Motion check Discovering patterns, Challenging distortions
Work, energy and power check Laws of Nature, Transforming thinking
  • Embrace diversity and engage responsibly in the world’s problems with kindness, responsiveness, and open-mindedness
  • Use the content and skills acquired to effectively communicate, present, and defend one’s point of view and learning
  • Embrace diversity and engage responsibly in the world’s problems with kindness, responsiveness, and open-mindedness
Thermal Physics check Imagining Innovations
  • Formulate & ask questions, reflect critically and creatively, and be able to solve problems
Properties of waves, including light and sound check Embracing diversity, Pondering creation, Fall, Redemption
  • Formulate and ask questions, reflect critically and creatively, and be able to solve problems
  • Good stewards of talents, treasures and time and resources which are all given back to God in a way that adds value to the kingdom
  • Use content and skills acquired to effectively communicate, present, and defend the one’s point of view and learning
Electrical quantities check Reflecting Creativity, Discovering Patterns
  • Reflect, compare, and contrast various theories in relation to the biblical worldview
  • Articulate and live their Biblical worldview while having a basic understanding of opposing worldviews.
  • Formulate and ask questions, reflect critically and creatively, and be able to solve problems.
Electric circuits check Reflecting Creativity, Discovering patterns, Imagining Innovations
  • Use the content and skills acquired to effectively communicate, present, and defend one’s point of view and learning
  • Formulate and ask questions, reflect critically and creatively, and be able to solve problems

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