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Jacaranda Retroactive 1 Stage 4 NSW Australian Curriculum 2E LearnON & Print

Jacaranda Retroactive 1 Stage 4 NSW Australian Curriculum 2E LearnON & Print
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Author/s
Anderson
ISBN13 9780730348009
Pub date November 2017
Pages 480
RRP $94.95
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Jacaranda Retroactive Stage 4 NSW Ac 2e learnON & Print
This combined print and digital title provides 100% coverage of the NSW Australian curriculum for History.

The textbook comes with a complimentary activation code for learnON, the immersive digital learning platform that replaces eBookPLUS in 2018. 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 Retroactive series, Jacaranda World History Atlas and MyWorld History Atlas (digital) is available for Years 7-10.

Topic 1: Investigating the ancient past   

Topic overview 1: The ancient world       

Topic 2a: Ancient Egypt

Topic 2b: Ancient Greece            

Topic 2c: Ancient Rome

Topic 3a: Ancient India  

Topic 3b: Early Imperial China    

Topic overview 2: The ancient to the modern world

Topic 4a: The Vikings

Topic 4b: Medieval Europe

Topic 4c: The Ottoman Empire

Topic 4d: Renaissance Italy

Topic 5a: The Angkor/Khmer empire

Topic 5b: Japan under the Shoguns

Topic 5c: The Polynesian expansion across the Pacific

Topic 6a: Mongol expansion

Topic 6b: The Black Death in Asia, Europe and Africa

Topic 6c: The Spanish conquest of the Americas

Topic 6d: Aboriginal and indigenous peoples, colonisation and contact history