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INQUIRY AND SKILLS
ACHASSI152 – Construct significant questions and propositions to guide investigations about people, events, developments, places, systems and challenges.
ACHASSI153 – Apply a methodology to locate and collect relevant information and data from a range of primary sources and secondary sources.
ACHASSI154 – Organise, categorise and represent data in a range of appropriate formats using discipline-specific conventions, including different types of graphs, tables, field sketches and annotated diagrams, and maps at different scales.
ACHASS155 – Sequence information about events, developments, periods and phenomena using a variety of discipline-appropriate formats and conventions including chronological frameworks that use dating conventions.
ACHASSI156 – Examine primary sources and secondary sources to determine their origin, purpose and reliability.
ACHASSI157 – Analyse primary sources and secondary sources to identify values and perspectives on people, actions, events, issues and phenomena, past and present.
ACHASSI158 – Interpret and analyse data and information displayed in a range of formats to identify and propose explanations for distributions, patterns, trends and relationships.
EVALUATING AND REFLECTING
ACHASSI159 – Evaluate and synthesise evidence to draw conclusions.
ACHASSI160 – Collaborate to generate alternatives in response to an issue or challenge, and compare the potential costs and benefits of each.
ACHASSI161 – Develop and use criteria to make informed decisions and judgements.
ACHASSI162 – Reflect on learning to propose personal and / or collective action in response to an issue or challenge, taking into account different perspectives, and describe the expected effects.
ACHASSI163 – Present ideas, findings, viewpoints, explanations and conclusions in a range of texts and modes that incorporate source materials, citations, graphic representations and discipline-specific terms, conventions and concepts.
KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
ACHASSK164 – The theory that people moved out of Africa around 60 000 BC (BCE) and migrated to other parts of the world, including Australia.
ACHASSK165 – The evidence for the emergence and establishment of ancient societies (including art, iconography, writing tools and pottery).
ACHASSK166 – Key features of ancient societies (farming, trade, social classes, religion, rule of law).
ACHASSK167 – How historians and archaeologists investigate history, including excavation and archival research.
ACHASSK168 – The range of sources that can be used in an historical investigation, including archaeological and written sources.
ACHASSK169 – The methods and sources used to investigate at least ONE historical controversy or mystery that has challenged historians or archaeologists, such as, in the analysis of unidentified human remains.
ACHASSK170 – The nature of the sources for ancient Australia and what they reveal about Australia’s past in the ancient period, such as, the use of resources.
ACHASSK171 – The importance of conserving the remains of the ancient past, including the heritage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.
ACHASSK172 – The physical features of ancient Greece, Egypt or Rome and how they influenced the civilisation that developed there.
ACHASSK173 – Roles of key groups in the ancient Greece, Egypt or Rome, including the influence of law and religion.
ACHASSK174 – The significant beliefs, values and practices of ancient Greece, Egypt or Rome, with a particular emphasis on ONE of the following areas: everyday life, warfare, or death and funerary customs.
ACHASSK175 – Contacts and conflicts within and / or with other societies, resulting in developments, such as, the conquest of other lands, the expansion of trade, and peace treaties.
ACHASSK176 – The role of a significant individual in ancient Egyptian, Greek or Roman history.
ACHASSK177 – The physical features of India or China and how they influenced the civilisation that developed there.
ACHASSK178 – Roles of key groups in Indian or Chinese society in this period, including the influence of law and religion.
ACHASSK179 – The significant beliefs, values and practices of Indian or Chinese society, with a particular emphasis on ONE of the following areas: everyday life, warfare, or death and funerary customs.
ACHASSK180 – Contacts and conflicts within and / or with other societies, resulting in developments and the spread of philosophies and beliefs.
ACHASSK181 – The role of significant individual in ancient Indian or Chinese history.
ACHASSK182 – Classification of environmental resources and the forms that water takes as a resource.
ACHASSK183 – The way that flows of water connect places as they move through the environment and the way these affect places.
ACHASSK184 – The quantity and variability of Australia’s water resources compared with other continents.
ACHASSK185 – The nature of water scarcity and ways of overcoming it, including studies drawn from Australia and West Asia and / or North Africa.
ACHASSK186 – Economic, cultural, spiritual and aesthetic value of water for people, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and peoples of the Asia region.
ACHASSK187 – Causes, impacts and responses to an atmospheric or hydrological hazard.
ACHASSK188 – Factors that influence the decisions people make about where to live and their perceptions of the liveability of places.
ACHASSK189 – The influence of accessibility to services and facilities on the liveability of places.
ACHASSK190 – The influence of environmental quality on the liveability of places.
ACHASSK191 – The influence of social connectedness and community identity on the liveability of places.
ACHASSK192 – Strategies used to enhance the liveability of places, especially for young people, including examples from Australia and Europe.
CIVICS AND CITIZENSHIP
ACHASSK193 – The key features of government under the Australian Constitution with a focus on: the separation of powers, the roles of the Executive, the houses of parliament and the division of powers.
ACHASSK194 – The process for constitutional change through a referendum.
ACHASSK195 – How Australia’s legal system aims to provide justice, including through the rule of law, presumption of innocence, burden of proof, right to a fair trial and right to legal representation.
ACHASSK196 – How Australia is a secular nation and a multi-faith society with a Christian heritage.
ACHASSK197 – How values, including freedom, respect, inclusion, civility, responsibility, compassion, equality and a ‘fair go’, can promote cohesion within Australian society.
ACHASSK198 – How groups, such as, religious and cultural groups, express their particular identities; and how this influences their perceptions of others and vice versa.
ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS
ACHASSK199 – The ways consumers and producers interact and respond to each other in the market.
ACHASSK200 – Why and how individuals and businesses plan to achieve short-term and long-term personal, organisational and financial objectives.
ACHASSK201 – Characteristics of entrepreneurs and successful businesses.
ACHASSK202 – Why individuals work, types of work and how people derive an income.
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