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History Alive 9 for the Australian Curriculum Student Workbook

History Alive 9 for the Australian Curriculum Student Workbook
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ISBN13 9780730337683
Pub date April 2012
Pages 112
RRP $19.95
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History Alive 9 for the Australian Curriculum Student Workbook is designed to deepen and enhance student learning, with additional classroom or homework activities for each chapter.

KEY FEATURES:

Thinking tools worksheets explore a range of helpful thinking tools
Vocabulary worksheets to help students reinforce their understanding of key terms and concepts
Legacy worksheets to review the legacy of the period under study
Visual learning worksheets help to foster visual literacy
Summing up worksheets allow students to check their understanding of key content and concepts
Reflection 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 History Alive 9 for the Australian Curriculum eGuidePLUS available online at the JacarandaPLUS website (http://www.jacplus.com.au/).

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Acknowledgements vi

Chapter 1. The modern world and Australia (1750 - 1918)

Worksheet 1.1 The rise of imperialism 1

Worksheet 1.2 Revolution in France 2

Worksheet 1.3 Analysing a visual source 3

Worksheet 1.4 Nations become empires 4

Worksheet 1.5 Analysing statistics 5

Worksheet 1.6 Ideas on the move 7

Worksheet 1.7 Understanding historical debate 8

Worksheet 1.8 Crossword 9

Worksheet 1.9 Summing up 10

Worksheet 1.10 Reflection 11

Chapter 2. The Industrial Revolution (1750–1914):(I)Technology and progress

Worksheet 2.1 Open fields are closed 13

Worksheet 2.2 Cause-and-effect wheel 15

Worksheet 2.3 The power revolution 16

Worksheet 2.4 Textile technology 17

Worksheet 2.5 On the move 18

Worksheet 2.6 Production and export 19

Worksheet 2.7 Investigating a historical issue:‘canal mania’ 21

Worksheet 2.8 Word search 22

Worksheet 2.9 Summing up 23

Worksheet 2.10 Reflection 24

Chapter 3. The Industrial Revolution (1750–1914): (II) The impact on people

Worksheet 3.1 Profits for some, poverty for many 25

Worksheet 3.2 Living and working conditions in the towns 26

Worksheet 3.3 Children and their chores 27

Worksheet 3.4 Help for the poor? 29

Worksheet 3.5 Changes for the better 30

Worksheet 3.6 Social unrest and trade unions 31

Worksheet 3.7 Recognising different perspectives 33

Worksheet 3.8 Crossword 34

Worksheet 3.9 Summing up 35

Worksheet 3.10 Reflection 36

Chapter 4. Movement of peoples (1750–1901)

Worksheet 4.1 Slavery 37

Worksheet 4.2 Steps to stopping slavery 38

Worksheet 4.3 Does the punishment fit the crime? 39

Worksheet 4.4 Australia — a gaol of hope 40

Worksheet 4.5 Why emigrate to Australia? 41

Worksheet 4.6 Analysing an artwork 43

Worksheet 4.7 Planning a history essay 45

Worksheet 4.8 Word search 47

Worksheet 4.9 Summing up 48

Worksheet 4.10 Reflection 49

Chapter 5. Making a nation — Australia (1750–1918): (I) Colonisation and conflict

Worksheet 5.1 Conflict — inevitable? 51

Worksheet 5.2 Conflict spreads 52

Worksheet 5.3 A place of hope 53

Worksheet 5.4 North and west — the violence continues 54

Worksheet 5.5 Discrimination on the goldfields 55

Worksheet 5.6 Kinship and racism 57

Worksheet 5.7 Where are the gaps? 59

Worksheet 5.8 Crossword 60

Worksheet 5.9 Summing up 61

Worksheet 5.10 Reflection 62

Chapter 6. Making a nation — Australia (1750–1918): (II) From colonies to nationhood

Worksheet 6.1 Stand and fight? 63

Worksheet 6.2 Marvellous Melbourne 64

Worksheet 6.3 Changing jobs and conditions 65

Worksheet 6.4 Workers find their voice 67

Worksheet 6.5  Australian identity: comparing sources 69

Worksheet 6.6 Cartoon capers 71

Worksheet 6.7 Federation: Why? How? 73

Worksheet 6.8 Word search 74

Worksheet 6.9 Summing up 75

Worksheet 6.10  Reflection 76

Chapter 7. Asia and the world: China (1750–1918) Qing China — an overview 77

Worksheet 7.2 Every picture tells a story 79

Worksheet 7.3 Put yourself in their shoes 81

Worksheet 7.4 The consequences of foreign contact 83

 Worksheet 7.5 Resistance to revolution 85

Worksheet 7.6 Categorising consequences 86

Worksheet 7.7 Analysing cause and consequence 87

Worksheet 7.8 Crossword 88

Worksheet 7.9 Summing up 89

Worksheet 7.10 Reflection 90

Chapter 8. World War I (1914–1918)  War: When? Where?

Worksheet 8.1 Why? Who? 91

Worksheet 8.2 Britain calls, Australia answers 92

Worksheet 8.3 Gallipoli and the Western Front 93

Worksheet 8.4 In the trenches 95

Worksheet 8.5 Every picture tells a story 96

Worksheet 8.6 The home front 97

Worksheet 8.7 The conscription debate 99

Worksheet 8.8 Word search 101

Worksheet 8.9 Summing up 102

Worksheet 8.10 Reflection 103

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