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Content description VCHHC126

History / Levels 9 and 10 / Historical Concepts and Skills / Continuity and change
Content description
Identify and evaluate patterns of continuity and change in the development of the modern world and Australia
  1. using sources of evidence (perspectives and interpretations) to identify continuity and changes during Australia at the turn of the twentieth century
  2. using chronologies to observe and identify patterns where changes or continuities have occurred during the Industrial Revolution, way of living and political conditions and Australia after World War II.
  3. identifying the significant changes during the Industrial Revolution and rank them in order of significance. Explain ranking and discuss differences
  4. organising changes of everyday life into conditional factors and/or rank them according to the significance of the change
  5. describing and explaining change such as the quality of change, the types of change, and the impact of change
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