Respect, Responsibility, Excellence
T: Telephone02 4232 1911
2 units for each of Year 11 & Year 12
Board Developed Category A
Course Costs: $10.00
The Year 11 Course provides students with opportunities to develop and apply their understanding of methods and issues involved in the investigation of modern history. Students have the opportunity to engage in the study of a range of people, ideas, movements, events and developments that have shaped the modern world.
The Year 11 course comprises three sections.
Historical concepts and skills are integrated with the studies undertaken in Year 11.
In the Year 11 course, students undertake at least two case studies.
The Year 12 Course provides students with opportunities to apply their understanding of sources and relevant issues in the investigation of the modern world. Through a core study, students investigate the nature of power and authority 1919–1946. They also study key features in the history of one nation, one study in peace and conflict and one study of change in the modern world.
The Year 12 course comprises four sections.
Historical concepts and skills are integrated with the studies undertaken in Year 12.
Students are required to study at least one non-European/Western topic, for example: India 1942–1984, Conflict in the Pacific 1937–1951, The Cultural Revolution to Tiananmen Square 1966–1989.
Particular Course Requirements: NIL
Course Contact: Mr Mark Storch, Head Teacher: Human Society & Its Environment
Saddleback Mountain Road
Kiama NSW 2533
telephone 02 4232 1911
We would like to pay our respects and acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land and also pay respect to Elders of this country, Dharawal country, both past and present and emerging.
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