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Content description VCDSTC025

Design and Technologies / Levels 3 and 4 / Technologies Contexts / Food and fibre production
Content description
Investigate food and fibre production used in modern or traditional societies
  1. exploring tools, equipment and procedures to improve plant and animal production, for example when growing vegetables in the school garden and producing plant and animal environments such as a greenhouse, animal housing, safe bird shelters
  2. identifying and describing the areas in Australia and Asia where major food or fibre plants and animals are grown or bred, for example the wheat and sheep belts, areas where sugar cane or rice are grown, northern Australia’s beef industry, plantation and native forest areas
  3. describing ideal conditions for successful plant and animal production including how climate and soils affect production and availability of foods, for example Aboriginal seasons and food availability
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