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Exploring rights and freedoms - AT

Students were asked to investigate the role, actions and influence of an individual or group involved in the achievement of the civil rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. They were required to present their findings in the first-person …

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Report: Australian peacekeeping - ABOVE

Students investigated Australia’s involvement in United Nations peacekeeping in the years since 1945. They were asked to identify and research a particular international action and write a report of their findings. Students conducted their investigations …

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Report: Australian peacekeeping - AT

Students investigated Australia’s involvement in United Nations peacekeeping in the years since 1945. They were asked to identify and research a particular international action and write a report of their findings. Students conducted their investigations …

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Report: Australian popular culture - ABOVE

Students investigated the history of popular culture in Australia from the end of World War II to the early twenty-first century. They were asked to identify and discuss changes during the period, societal reactions to developments, and any evidence of …

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Source analysis: The atomic bomb - AT

Students examined two sources relating to the use of the atomic bomb in 1945: a primary source from US President Truman; and a secondary source from a recent historian. They were asked to analyse each source in relation to its content and perspective …

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