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ech130 end of year exam notes

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HD Notes for end of semester exam (Semester 3 2017/2018) - Includes Lecture and Textbook Summaries

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super easy unit!!! I got a credit and didn't even watch one lecture. A lot of it is general knowledge and if you did PDHPE for your HSC you'll know most of it already. Only downside was a pain in the ass assignment.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

I did this subject over summer. Very straightforward. Easy 10/10 on the quiz but marking for essay was pretty harsh. Ours was closed book exam. Ecam was fine but didn't seem like a true assessment of all the concepts we'd learned, but rather a test to see which random facts you'd remember. You can't fail this unit though. You should be able to do pretty well. It's common sense for the most part.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Extremely easy unit to pass- no possible way of failing unless you just don't do the work because it's mostly common sense. Quiz is an easy 10/10. Research essay was marked alright and exam wasn't hard either. Tutorials are informative and practical (doing risk-benefit assessment), but a lot of group work and talking.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Pretty straight forward and a simple final exam that is easy to do well in. The assignment was marked slightly harshly compared to other first-year units but overall pretty easy to do well in

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Very easy, very general (yet interesting) subject. It's good to do as the first quiz is easy and open-book, whilst the essay requires much more critical thinking. But if you can do essays, you'll be fine since it's just the one. No group work assignments, but very group discussion/partner orientated in tutorials. There's a LOT of things to study for and remember, so whilst the content is easy, you're going to be trying to memorise a lot. Which is fine with a decent amount of studying; the exam was easy, you just have to make sure you remember everything because you could be asked any of it.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

No background in education but I found this unit to be an easy elective. Big emphasis on group discussions and activities, so if you're not into that I wouldn't recommend.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

a really basic, boring, common sense unit. There were some tutorial activities that I found useless to what they were teaching and relied heavily on group discussion. Really easy topics and requirements (essay and exam) but not the most interesting subjects, wouldn't take it if I had a choice not to.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Easy interesting unit

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

I thought this unit was coordinated and taught really well. I had to do it as a PDHPE kla unit, and wasn't sure what to expect. But, though there was more of a focus on early childhood than I'd like for my primary teaching degree, it was still very informative and interesting.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

All clear, all relevant, doesn't even take much study. Light assessments, high marks easily achieved with a little effort. Exam was allowed 13 double-sided pages of notes! You study water and road safety, infection control/food handling, bacteria viruses and immunisation, nutrition, allergies, wellbeing, indigenous health, sleep, and safe risk taking.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2013