Ancient History -

Ancient History -

Ancient History Pastmeets presentmeets future Archaeology Site Studies

Preliminary Course Structure Part I: Introduction Investigating the Past: History, Archaeology & Science Case Studies such as: Ancient Human Remains, Entombed Warriors from Xian, Ur, Masada, Etruscan Tombs, Homer and the Trojan War,

Boudicca: resistance to Roman rule in Britain, Tutankhamuns Tomb Preliminary Course Structure cont Part II: Studies of Ancient Societies, Sites and Sources Examples:

Alexandria Deir-el Medina Ancient China in the Qin and Han Dynasty Persepolis Early Israel HSC Course

Part I: Core Study: Cities of Vesuvius Pompeii and Herculaneum HSC Course: Ancient Societies Two ancient societies are studied, from: Egypt The Near East Greece

HSC Course: Personalities Students will study personalities from Ancient societies, such as: Hatshepsut Alexander the Great Xerxes Julius Caesar

Rameses II HSC Course Select from historical periods such as: Peloponnesian Wars Persian Wars The Development of the Greek World Kingdoms of Egypt

Society & Culture Preliminary Course Structure The Social & Cultural World Personal & Social Identity Intercultural Communication

HSC Course Structure Personal Interest Project YOU choose Society & Cultural Continuity & Change Depth Studies chosen from:

Popular Culture Belief Systems Equality & Difference Work & Leisure Modern History

Modern History Preliminary Course Structure Part I: Case Studies Part II: Historical Investigation

Part III: Core Study: The World at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century Modern History Preliminary Case Study choices: The Trans-Atlantic slave trade Reign of Terror in France 1792-95 Consequences of Industrialisation in

Britain Decline & Fall of the Romanov dynasty Yankees & Confederates in the American states in the mid-19thth Century Modern History Case Studies cont Bismarck & the Unification of the German

States The Paris Commune 1871 Emmaline Pankhurst & the Suffragette Movement The 1916 Easter Rebellion in Ireland Bodyline Bowling & the 1932-1933 AngloAustralian test series Modern History cont

The Failure of the League of Nations Civil Rights Movement in the USA in the 1950s and 1960s The Struggle for Indigenous Rights in Canada in the Late 20thth Century Post Communist Russia Another 19thth Century European, North American or Australian Study

Modern History HSC Course Structure: Part I: Core Study: World War I 1914 1919: A Source-based Study Part II: National Studies Part III: Personalities in the Twentieth Century Part IV: International Studies in Peace

and Conflict The War in the Pacific Business Services (Office Skills) NO FEE Work Effectively in a Business Environment

Organise & Complete Daily Work Activities Communicate in the Workplace Work Effectively With Others Business Services cont Use Business Technology Process & Maintain Workplace Information Prepare & Process Business & Financial

Documents Provide Information to Clients Business Services cont Participate in Workplace Safety Procedures Handle Mail Produce Simple Word-Processed

Documents Office Skills cont Create & Use Simple Spreadsheets Maintain Business Resources Create & Use Databases Getting the Job Done


The syllabus considers the five major religious traditions for study purposes to be: Buddhism

Christianity Islam Hinduism Judaism PRELIMINARY COURSE STRUCTURE Nature of Religion and Beliefs

Religious Tradition Study One Religious Tradition Study Two HSC COURSE STRUCTURE Religion and Belief Systems in Australia post 1945 Religious Tradition Depth Study One Religious Tradition Depth Study Two

NB: The tradition depth studies focus on significant people and ideas (eg. Dalai Lama), ethics (eg. sexual and bioethics) significant practices(eg.hajj) History Extension (1 Unit) For those students who cant get enough History.

This course is in three parts. Major project History and the historians Major case study For more information see Mr Brian Work Studies

MODULES (1530 indicative hours each) 1. In the Workplace 2. Preparing Job Applications 3. Workplace Communication 4. Teamwork and Enterprise Skills 5. Managing Work and Life Commitments 6. Personal Finance 7. * Workplace Issues (the prerequisite

module is In the Workplace) Modules 8. Self-Employment (the prerequisite module is Managing Work and Life Commitments) 9. Team Enterprise Project (the prerequisite module is Teamwork and Enterprise Skills)

10. Experiencing Work (one or two of these modules may be undertaken provided that they do not exceed 50 % of course time) 11. School-Developed Module (one or two of these modules may be undertaken, provided that they do not exceed 25 % of course time).

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