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History Revolutions 3&4

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Overview

Revolutions represent great ruptures in time and are a major turning point that brings about the collapse and destruction of an existing political order. Revolution is a dramatically accelerated process whereby the new order attempts to create political and social change based on a new ideology. Post-revolutionary regimes are often threatened internally by civil war and externally by foreign threats. These challenges can result in a compromise of revolutionary ideals and extreme measures of violence, oppression and terror (VCE History Study Design).

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  • Commencing 30 January 2023
  • Duration 2 Semesters
  • Hours per week Live lessons are 2 periods per week and self-paced is 4-6 hours
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  • Department Humanities

Unit focus areas

History: Revolutions Units 3 and 4 – Causes of revolution & consequences of revolution

Pre-requisites

Students undertaking Units 3 and 4 History Revolutions need to have completed Units 1 and 2 Modern History.

Assessments

For Units 3 and 4, students complete School-Assessed Coursework (50%) subject to external moderation, and a written examination (50%).

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