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Content description VCHHK133

History / Levels 9 and 10 / Historical Knowledge / The making of the modern world / Australia and Asia
Content description
Key social, cultural, economic, and political features of one society at the start of the period
Elaborations
  1. Australia Show elaborations
    • examining the different contexts of the colonies of Australia and explain their influences
    • investigating the founding of Melbourne and the features of Port Phillip District/Victoria
    • analysing and evaluating the effects of Gold on Victoria using a graphic organiser
  2. Asia Show elaborations
    • investigating ONE Asian society such as China, Japan, India, Dutch East Indies at the start of the period
    • identifying the territorial extent of Qing China, the role and influence of the Emperor, and the nature of literature, art and architecture at the time
    • describing the impacts of the Industrial revolution on Japan’s isolation and changing economy
Code
VCHHK133
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