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Jacaranda Humanities and Social Sciences 9 for Western Australia LearnON (Online Purchase)

Jacaranda Humanities and Social Sciences 9 for Western Australia LearnON (Online Purchase)
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ISBN13 9780730362579
Pub date November 2018
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RRP $44.95
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Jacaranda Humanities and Social Sciences 9 for WA learnON
This digital title provides 100% coverage of the Western Australian curriculum for Humanities and Social Sciences. 

The latest edition is delivered on learnON, Jacaranda’s powerful and immersive digital learning platform. With learnON, students enjoy:

  • media, such as videos and interactivities, directly embedded within the reading content (no more opening in a separate browser tab!)
  • the ability to personalise their digital title through notes, highlighting and favourites
  • interactive questions for every topic, with feedback for every question
  • a dashboard showing individual progress and results


For teachers, learnON includes additional teacher resources such as quarantined questions and answers, curriculum grids and work programs—no separate eGuide purchase is required.

To complement the Humanities and Social Science series for the Geography section Jacaranda Atlas 9e and MyWorld Atlas (digital), and for the History section Jacaranda World History Atlas and MyWorld History Atlas (digital) is available for Years 7-10.

Civics and Citizenship                   

Unit 1: Our democratic rights                    

Topic 1. Choosing a government                             

Topic 2. Australia’s court system                             

Topic 3. Australia’s justice system

                           

Economics and Business                             

Unit 2: Australia and the global economy                            

Topic 4. The Australian economy                            

Topic 5. The global economy      

Topic 6. Managing financial risk

Topic 7. Innovation and competition in the marketplace

Topic 8. Australia’s changing work environment

Topic 9. How do we connect with places?

Topic 10. Tourists on the move

Topic 11. How can we feed the world?

 

Geography

Topic 12. The world of geography

Unit 3: Biomes and food security

Topic 13. All the world is a biome

Topic 14. How can we feed the world?

Topic 15. What are the impacts of feeding the world?

Topic 16. Are we devouring our future?

Topic 17. 2050 – Food shortage or surplus?

Geographical Inquiry: Biomes and food security

Topic 18. Buy, swap, sell and give

Geographical Inquiry: Biomes and food security

Unit 4: Geographies of interconnections

 

History

Unit 5: The making of the modern world

Depth study 1: Investigating the Industrial Revolution (1750–1914)

Topic 19. Technology and progress: Industrial revolution (1750 – 1914)

Topic 20. The impact of people: Industrial revolution (1750 – 1914)

Topic 21. Movement of peoples (1750 – 1914)

Unit 6 Depth study 2: Investigating World War I (1914–1918)

Topic 22. World War I