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Content description VCHHC097

History / Levels 7 and 8 / Historical Concepts and Skills / Chronology
Content description
Sequence significant events in chronological order to analyse the causes and effects and identify continuities and changes
  1. analysing and evaluating the theory that people moved out of Africa around 60 000 BC and migrated to other parts of the world, including Australia
  2. placing historical events in sequence in order to identify broader patterns of cause and effect and continuity and change, for example, the Polynesian expansion across the Pacific; the stability of the Angkor/Khmer Empire over many centuries
  3. defining and using terms such as BC (Before Christ), AD (Anno Domini), BCE (Before Common Era), and CE (Common Era); BP (Before Present) prehistory (before the period of textual recording) and history (the period beginning with named individuals and textual recording)
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