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Content description VCHHC125

History / Levels 9 and 10 / Historical Concepts and Skills / Historical sources as evidence
Content description
Evaluate different historical interpretations and contested debates
  1. developing an historical argument that identifies different possibilities in interpretation and argues a particular point of view, with consistent and specific reference to the evidence available
  2. using a selection of narratives and historical interpretations discuss why there are different interpretations.
  3. analysing a contested debate such as the effects of European settlement, ANZAC legend, the Brisbane Line, reds under the bed and McCarthyism
  4. constructing a historical argument using sources of evidence.
  5. comparing interpretations with others and evaluate differences
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