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This voice recording and integrated PowerPoint is a recording of the presentation by Megan Jeffery of VCAA and Annie Wilson of Camberwell Girls' Grammar School on 21 February 2018.

A copy of the presentation slides and resources is also provided for you to download.

Applies to the 2018 - 2022 VCE Legal Studies Study Design

The program focus

An experienced teacher of VCE Legal Studies, Annie was joined by Megan Jeffery of VCAA, to take participants through the do’s and don’ts of writing tasks for School-assessed Coursework in the newly accredited VCE Legal Studies study 2018-2022. Providing practical information and guidance, Annie and Megan identified what must be considered to ensure school-based assessment tasks are compliant with VCAA requirements.

The presenters

Annie WIlson is teacher with over 30 years experience. Currently at Camberwell Girls' Grammar School, she is a regular presenter at a number of VCTA professional learning programs and a contributor to Compak, VCTA's online journal. Annie is also a textbook co-author.
Megan Jeffery is the Curriculum Manager, Economics and Business 7 to 12 (includes Legal Studies) at the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. Prior to this Megan taught VCE Legal Studies and Business Management at Northcote High School. Megan is also a regular presenter at VCTA professional learning programs..

Access closing date:

31/12/2018

Length

90 mins (approx)

Content

Audio integrated with PowerPoint, plus downloadable handouts.

Fee inc GST

Individual member: $55.00
School member: $70.00
Concession member: $40.00
Non-member: $110.00

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