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Content description VCHHK130

History / Levels 9 and 10 / Historical Knowledge / The making of the modern world / Industrial Revolution (1750 – 1914)
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Causes of population movements and settlement patterns during this period and the significant changes to the way of life of groups of people
  1. describing the growth of cities as men, women and children moved to the cities to find employment
  2. using photographs to investigate changes to the cities and landscape in European countries and Australia as the Industrial Revolution continued to develop
  3. mapping the movement of peoples in the transatlantic slave trade or in convict transportation to Australia
  4. explaining the role of the Industrial Revolution in creating a growing need for labour and transportation
  5. evaluating the effects of the movement of peoples on the indigenous and immigrant populations
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