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Content description VCHHC121

History / Levels 9 and 10 / Historical Concepts and Skills / Chronology
Content description
Sequence significant events in chronological order to support analysis of the causes and effects of these events and identify the changes they brought about
Elaborations
  1. creating a timeline that identifies the significant events or individuals across the period 1750-1918 and observe and discuss patterns of causation and change and/or identifying parts of the world that were involved in, or affected by, those events
  2. developing an argument using historical sources and perspectives about the effects of the Industrial Revolution on changing living and working conditions, including within Australia society in the 19th Century
  3. placing in sequence the main events of the Freedom Rides campaigns in the United States and Australia and explaining the links between the two campaigns
  4. using interactive timelines to explore the various manifestations or effects of an event in different geographical locations
  5. organising a range of primary sources and/or perspectives in chronological order to support the development of a historical argument about effects or changes
Code
VCHHC121
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