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Content description VCHHK065

History / Foundation to Level 2 / Historical Knowledge / Community histories
Content description
The effect of changing technology on people’s lives and their perspectives on the significance of that change
Elaborations
  1. examining changes in technology over several generations by comparing past and present objects and photographs, and discussing how these changes have shaped people’s lives, for example, changes to land, air and sea transport, the move from wood-fired stoves to gas/electrical appliances, the introduction of television, transistors, FM radio and digital technologies
  2. identifying where the technology used in their grandparents’ childhoods was made compared with the technology they use today
  3. examining the traditional toys used by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children to play and learn, for example, Arrernte children learn to play string games so they can remember stories they have been told
  4. creating models of toys used by children who lived when electricity was not available
Code
VCHHK065
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