History for the Australian Curriculum Year 9 Interactive Textbook
Written by Australia's leading history educators, History for the Australian Curriculum is a comprehensive and compelling series for Years 7-10 that caters for the different learning styles and abilities in Australian classrooms without sacrificing the depth and quality of content needed to successfully understand historical concepts and skills. This series encourages you to pose questions, analyse sources and use evidence to illuminate and enrich your understanding of the past. Using this inquiry framework, you develop historical knowledge and understanding, explore key concepts and apply essential skills as you study the societies, events, movements and developments that have shaped world history. A suite of innovative and flexible print and digital resources are available for each year level and can be combined in a number of ways to suit the needs of your school and your students: Print textbook; Print workbook; PDF textbook; Electronic workbook; Interactive Textbook; Teacher Resource Package.
- Online resource | 240 pages
- 210 x 297mm
- 24 Jul 2012
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
- Student edition
- Student edition
Table of contents
Foreword; About the authors; Acknowledgements; How to use this textbook; Historical skills toolkit; Reading skills; Visual literacy skills; Writing skills; Speaking skills; 1. Overview, the making of the modern world; Industrial Revolution; Movement of peoples; European imperial expansion; Economic, social and political ideas; Part I. Depth Study: 1. Making A Better world?; 2. The Industrial Revolution (1750-1914); Causes of the Industrial Revolution, society and innovation; Population movement and settlement; Experiences of ordinary men, women and children; Impact of the Industrial Revolution; 3. Movement of peoples (1750-1901); Influence of the Industrial Revolution; Era of mass migration; Changes in the way of life; 4 Progressive ideas and movements (1750-1918); Emergence of key ideas; Reasons for the emergence and development of key ideas; Egalitarianism, a key progressive idea; Part II. Depth Study: 2. Australia and Asia; 5. Making a nation; Extension of settlement and contact; Experiences of non-Europeans in Australia; Australian self-government and democracy; Legislation 1901-1914; 6 Asia and the world; China; Japan; India; Indonesia; Part III. Depth Study: 3. World War I; 7 World War I (1914-1918); Causes of World War I; Where Australians fought and the nature of warfare; War on the home front; War's end, commemoration and creating a legend; Glossary; Index.