Department Science Spiritual Moral Social Cultural Experiencing awe of the scale and complexity of living things and the broader universe. Fostering a desire to explore and experiment to find the truth. Considering of issues such as the effects of human activity on the planet (for example, the extinction of species, global warming, pollution). Considering the safety of others during practical work. Appreciating and understanding the work of scientists from a variety of cultural backgrounds. Considering the origins of life including theories related to life on Earth originating from extraterrestrial sources. Investigating the effects of Science on their lives and how the rights of others Investigating the beneficial may be affected by and harmful effects of pollution, for example. research and discoveries in Science. Discussing personal health issues linked to Evaluating to what extent smoking, poor diet, the scientific community is lacking exercise by responsible for helping to investigating scientific resolveproblems such as evidence. disease, poverty, hunger, and conflict for example. Evaluating the impact of scientific research, activity and new technology in contributing to problems in society and to what extent the scientific community is responsible for resolving these problems. Considering the historical and cultural contexts that may influence the way new theories are, and have been received. Considering the historical and cultural contexts that have influenced scientific discovery and progress throughout the ages; how the development and dominance of certain cultures allowed science to flourish.