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Retroactive 10 Australian Curriculum for History Student Workbook

Retroactive 10 Australian Curriculum for History Student Workbook
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ISBN13 9780730338819
Pub date November 2012
Pages 96
RRP $19.95
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Retroactive 10 Australian Curriculum for History Student Workbook is designed to deepen and enhance student learning with additional classroom or homework activities for each chapter.

FEATURES:
• Thinking tools worksheets that explore a range of helpful thinking tools
• Vocabulary worksheets to help students develop subject-specific language and terminology
• Visual learning worksheets help to foster visual literacy
• Summing up worksheets allow students to check their understanding of key content and concepts
• Looking back worksheets provide a structured way for students to reflect on the progress of their learning.

Worksheet answers and editable Word versions of the worksheets and other resources can be accessed online by teachers through the Retroactive 10 Australian Curriculum for History eGuidePLUS available online at the JacarandaPLUS website (www.jacplus.com.au).

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Introduction v
Acknowledgements vi

Chapter 1
Overview: the modern world and Australia
Worksheet 1.1 Between the wars 1
Worksheet 1.2 The Great Depression 3
Worksheet 1.3 Rights and responsibilities 5
Worksheet 1.4 Rights and freedom 6
Worksheet 1.5 Interpreting historians’ perspectives: images 7
Worksheet 1.6 The Cold War 9
Worksheet 1.7 A developing nation 10
Worksheet 1.8 Crossword 11
Worksheet 1.9 Summing up 12
Worksheet 1.10 Reflection 13

Chapter 2
World War II
Worksheet 2.1 The rise of Nazism 15
Worksheet 2.2 War begins 16
Worksheet 2.3 War in the Pacific 17
Worksheet 2.4 Analysing a propaganda poster 18
Worksheet 2.5 Life as a POW 19
Worksheet 2.6 War ends 21
Worksheet 2.7 Post-war Australia for women 22
Worksheet 2.8 Crossword 23
Worksheet 2.9 Summing up 24
Worksheet 2.10 Reflection 25

Chapter 3
Rights and freedoms
Worksheet 3.1 After World War II 27
Worksheet 3.2 Australia Day — celebration or mourning? 29
Worksheet 3.3 Civil rights 31
Worksheet 3.4 The 1965 Freedom Ride 33
Worksheet 3.5 Being counted 34
Worksheet 3.6 Tent embassy — an artist’s impression 35
Worksheet 3.7 Understanding a historical debate 37
Worksheet 3.8 Crossword 39
Worksheet 3.9 Summing up 40
Worksheet 3.10 Reflection 41

Chapter 4
Popular culture
Worksheet 4.1 Before and after 43
Worksheet 4.2 Fads and fashions 45
Worksheet 4.3 Messages in music — write an essay 47
Worksheet 4.4 Aussie music and films 49
Worksheet 4.5 Aussie sport 50
Worksheet 4.6 Continuity and change 51
Worksheet 4.7 Becoming a historical investigator 53
Worksheet 4.8 Crossword 55
Worksheet 4.9 Summing up 56
Worksheet 4.10 Reflection 57

Chapter 5
The environment movement
Worksheet 5.1 Early conservation
movements 59
Worksheet 5.2 Population bomb 61
Worksheet 5.3 Australian lifestyle 62
Worksheet 5.4 Picture power 63
Worksheet 5.5 Contemporary
environmentalism 65
Worksheet 5.6 Becoming a historical
investigator 67
Worksheet 5.7 Significant campaigns 69
Worksheet 5.8 Crossword 70
Worksheet 5.9 Summing up 71
Worksheet 5.10 Reflection 72

CHAPTER 6
Migration experiences
Worksheet 6.1 People on the move 73
Worksheet 6.2 White Australia 74
Worksheet 6.3 Welcome to Bonegilla 75
Worksheet 6.4 Little Vietnam 77
Worksheet 6.5 A safe haven 79
Worksheet 6.6 Becoming a historical investigator 81
Worksheet 6.7 Storytelling 83
Worksheet 6.8 Crossword 84
Worksheet 6.9 Summing up 85
Worksheet 6.10 Reflection 86

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