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History - Above satisfactory - Year 7

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can suggest reasons for change and continuity over time (WS5, WS6). The student explains the effects of change on societies, individuals and groups (WS5, WS6). The student describes in detail events …

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History - Satisfactory - Year 7

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can suggest reasons for change and continuity over time (WS5, WS6). The student describes the effects of change on societies, individuals and groups (WS5, WS6). The student describes events and developments …

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History - Above satisfactory - Year 10

This portfolio of student work shows that the student can use key events, the actions of individuals and groups, and beliefs and values to interpret and explain patterns of change and continuity over time (WS1, WS2, WS3, WS4, WS5, WS6, WS7, WS8, WS9). …

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Source analysis and extended response: The Industrial Revolution - Above

Students examined four primary sources detailing working conditions in factories, mines and other operations during the Industrial Revolution. They completed four source analysis tables, recording their findings and ideas about the nature, content and …

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Examining sources – AT

Students examined a selection of seen and unseen sources from the early medieval period and were asked to apply their historical inquiry skills to analyse and interpret these sources. They recorded their observations on a teacher-created worksheet. The …

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Source analysis and extended response: The Industrial Revolution - At

Students examined four primary sources detailing working conditions in factories, mines and other operations during the Industrial Revolution. They completed four source analysis tables, recording their findings and ideas about the nature, content and …

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Postcard from Angkor Wat - ABOVE

Students were asked to imagine visiting Angkor Wat in Cambodia and to design and write the two sides of a postcard detailing what they had seen and learned at the site. They were provided with a teacher-created template to record their thoughts and observations, …

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Postcard from Angkor Wat - At

Students were asked to imagine visiting Angkor Wat in Cambodia and to design and write the two sides of a postcard detailing what they had seen and learned at the site. They were provided with a teacher-created template to record their thoughts and observations, …

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Examining sources – ABOVE

Students examined a selection of seen and unseen sources from the early medieval period and were asked to apply their historical inquiry skills to analyse and interpret these sources. They recorded their observations on a teacher-created worksheet. The …

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Infographic: Making a nation - Above

Students collated information and ideas associated with the ‘Making a nation’ depth study and created an infographic to summarise their findings. The teacher provided a scaffold for the organisation of the material and students were required to use the …

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Infographic: Making a nation - At

Students collated information and ideas associated with the ‘Making a nation’ depth study and created an infographic to summarise their findings. The teacher provided a scaffold for the organisation of the material and students were required to use the …

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A soldier’s story - Above

Students researched the experiences of an Australian soldier in World War I using the digitised material held by the National Archives of Australia, the Australian War Memorial and associated sources. They presented their findings as a written account …

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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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Source analysis: The atomic bomb - ABOVE

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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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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Remembering and commemorating - Above

Students examined the ways in which war memorials in Australia and overseas assist people to remember and commemorate the past. They were provided with a teacher-produced worksheet listing nine different war memorials and were asked to record a summary …

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Remembering and commemorating - At

Students examined the ways in which war memorials in Australia and overseas assist people to remember and commemorate the past. They were provided with a teacher-produced worksheet listing nine different war memorials and were asked to record a summary …

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Source analysis: Vikings - ABOVE

Students examined a teacher-curated collection of primary and secondary sources associated with the life and history of the Vikings. They were asked to select three sources from the collection and write an analysis of each, focusing upon its usefulness …

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A soldier’s story - At

Students researched the experiences of an Australian soldier in World War I using the digitised material held by the National Archives of Australia, the Australian War Memorial and associated sources. They presented their findings as a written account …

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Historical inquiry: Kokoda - Above

Students explored the experience of Australians during World War II. They developed a series of inquiry questions in relation to the events and significance of the Kokoda campaign. Students presented their findings as a report, using the inquiry questions …

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