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Content description VCHHC084

History / Levels 5 and 6 / Historical Concepts and Skills / Historical sources as evidence
Content description
Describe perspectives and identify ideas, beliefs and values of people and groups in the past
  1. conducting an interview to learn about the experiences of community or family members who migrated to Australia and understanding that different questions elicit different kinds of answers, for example, the difference between a closed and open question such as ‘Did you like Australia when you first arrived?’ compared with ‘How did you feel about Australia when you first arrived?’
  2. using sources to develop narratives, for example, reasons for the establishment of colonies, effects of key developments and events on colonies, the impact of significant groups or individuals on development
  3. retrieving census data to construct arguments for and against migration
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