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Content description VCHHC067

History / Levels 3 and 4 / Historical Concepts and Skills / Historical sources as evidence
Content description
Identify the origin and content features of primary sources when describing the significance of people, places and events
  1. using historical terms such as immigration, exploration, development, settlement and naming days of commemoration and emblems when speaking, writing, and illustrating
  2. using and understanding the meaning of acronyms, for example, NAIDOC and ANZAC
  3. identifying sources to investigate change in the community in the past, such as photographs, maps, and the remains of buildings
  4. analysing a range of sources to locate information about the people, places and events in their community’s present and past, for example photographs, maps and oral histories,
  5. using information technologies to organise information and make connections, for example, creating tables in word processing software and concept mapping
  6. identifying sources to investigate the story of the First Fleet and its arrival, such as paintings, maps, written records/accounts
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