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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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