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Content description VCHHC127

History / Levels 9 and 10 / Historical Concepts and Skills / Cause and effect
Content description
Analyse the long term causes, short term triggers and the intended and unintended effects of significant events and developments
  1. using sources of evidence (perspectives and interpretations) identify causes and effects of the civil rights movement
  2. using chronologies to observe and identify long term causes, short term triggers, turning points, short and long term effects of World War I and World War II
  3. organising causes and effects of European settlement into a concept map
  4. differentiating between intended and unintended effects.
  5. using graphic organisers such as concept maps, causal spider webs, fishbone or ripple effect charts
  6. analysing the multiplicity of causes and effects that may have a varying of influence and rank according to their significance and justify ranking
  7. constructing an explanation using sources of evidence to support the analysis of a significant individual, event and/or cultural achievement
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