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Modern History 1&2

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Welcome from Henry Willis

Overview

History is the study of critical events from the past. Units have been designed to help students make sense of today’s global village and to inform them about the events that have shaped today’s world. Key historical figures, periods and societies studied reveal how the lives of everyday people have been changed and shaped by ideologies, inventions and the concept of ‘progress’. This course is focused on the events that shaped the 20th century.

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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

Modern History Unit 1 – Change and conflict

Modern History Unit 2 –The changing world order

Pre-requisites

Students undertaking Units 1 and 2 Modern History need to have completed Year 9 or 10 Humanities (or equivalent).

Assessments

For Units 1 and 2, a variety of assignments, essays and source analyses are assessed throughout the year. There is also an examination completed at the end of each semester.

Enrolments and assessments

Some important information regarding enrolments and assessments.

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