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Content description VCHHC101

History / Levels 7 and 8 / Historical Concepts and Skills / Historical sources as evidence
Content description
Explain different historical interpretations and contested debates about the past
  1. explaining why historians have different interpretations, distinguishing between a fact, for example, ‘some gladiators wore helmets’, and an opinion, such as ‘all gladiators were brave’
  2. exploring different historical interpretations, such as how were the Pyramids built or theories about the decline of Angkor/Khmer Empire
  3. using a range of historical interpretations to explain the significant achievements of the Ottoman Empire or Renaissance Italy
  4. using a selection of historical interpretations to identify the positive and negative effects of Spanish Conquest of the Americas
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