Why should I study Research Project A?
Research Project is a requirement if you wish to complete your SACE.
This subject gives you the opportunity to study an area of interest. It will require the use of your creativity and initiative as you conduct your research. You will gain knowledge and skills in how to assess information and make judgements about it. It will also allow you to develop independent learning skills that will be useful whether you go into work or further studies.
Where does Research Project A lead?
Studying this course will contribute towards your ATAR. It will give you invaluable research, report writing and analytical skills required for studying at university.
What work will I do in Research Project A?
This subject will require that you undertake thorough research on your chosen topic. You will complete a ten page Folio of primary and secondary research, and you will develop your source analysis skills. You will then produce an Outcome of your research, which presents your findings in the format of your choice.
You will also need to do a Review of the knowledge and skills you have gained through your research.
What do other students think about Research Project A?
Now that I am at university, I understand why Research Project is a compulsory subject. At university, in every subject I have to write some kind of report. The knowledge and skills I gained from doing Research Project last year have assisted me heaps this year. For example, referencing was one of my strengths which I developed mostly in Research Project class.
I used my source analysis skills I developed last year to evaluate the sources I had used in one of my engineering technical reports which was worth 15% of the assignment. The outcome from last year’s Research Project taught me how to structure and write the main body of my reports. If you have done Research Project, you will have no issue writing reports at uni.
Where can I find more information about Research Project A?
For more detail about content and assessment, view the course information:
- Stage 2 (Year 12)
Who teaches Research Project A?