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Historical inquiry: Kokoda - AT

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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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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Report: Australian popular culture - AT

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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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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Social media: Aztecs and Incas - ABOVE

Students were asked to create a series of social media posts regarding an aspect of the Spanish conquest of the Americas. They were required to choose an appropriate platform incorporating text and images and were provided with teacher-created templates …

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Comparison: Knight versus samurai - AT

Students compared the life and roles of European knights and Japanese samurai in medieval times. They examined a selection of primary and secondary sources provided by the class teacher and teacher-librarian and summarised their findings on a Venn diagram. …

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Social media: Aztecs and Incas - AT

Students were asked to create a series of social media posts regarding an aspect of the Spanish conquest of the Americas. They were required to choose an appropriate platform incorporating text and images and were provided with teacher-created templates …

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Description: Castles – AT

Students were asked to write a description of the changes in the design and function of castles in medieval Europe. They worked with their class teacher and the teacher-librarian to locate appropriate written and pictorial source material and were provided …

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Source analysis: Ötzi, the iceman – Above

Students were presented with a selection of unseen primary and secondary sources associated with the discovery of the body of Ötzi, the iceman, in 1991. They were asked to answer a series of questions about each of these sources and then propose an explanation …

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Source analysis: Ötzi, the iceman – AT

Students were presented with a selection of unseen primary and secondary sources associated with the discovery of the body of Ötzi, the iceman, in 1991. They were asked to answer a series of questions about each of these sources and then propose an explanation …

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Extended response: Responsibility for the outbreak of World War II - AT

Students explored key people and events from the inter-war years between World War I and World War II and considered the contribution of particular actions and attitudes in the lead-up to the outbreak of war in Europe in 1939. Students then examined a …

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Reflection: The legacy of Rome – Above

Students were asked to reflect on the legacy of ancient Rome for modern society, and write a response as part of an end-of-unit task. They were asked to make connections between the ancient and modern worlds, incorporate images in their texts, and to …

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Interview: An idea that changed the world - Above

Students worked in pairs to research one allocated progressive idea or movement from the 18th or 19th century. They were asked to identify its features and to adopt the persona of one of its leaders or proponents. Students then wrote the script for an …

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Exploring rights and freedoms - ABOVE

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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Differing perspectives - ABOVE

Students explored two statements by Australian Prime Ministers: Paul Keating’s ‘Redfern Speech’ in 1992 and Kevin Rudd’s ‘Apology’ in 2008. They watched recordings and analysed written transcripts of each speech and considered the speech within its historical …

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Prisoners of war - ABOVE

Students explored the experiences of Australians on the battle and home fronts during World War II. They researched, with the support of the teacher-librarian, stories and events associated with prisoners of war. Students then freely chose an appropriate …

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Source analysis: The Gallipoli campaign - Above

Students examined four sources related to the Gallipoli campaign in World War I. They were asked to analyse these sources and consider how each source could be used to answer the question, ‘Was the Gallipoli campaign a glorious moment for Australia?’ …

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