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History / Year 7 / Historical Skills / Chronology, terms and concepts

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Curriculum content descriptions

Use historical terms and concepts (ACHHS206)

Elaborations
  • defining and using terms such as BC (Before Christ), AD (anno Domini), BCE (Before Common Era), and CE (Common Era); prehistory (before the period of textual recording) and history (the period beginning with named individuals and textual recording)
  • defining and using concepts such as slavery, divine right, source (where a historian finds information) and evidence (the information that is used by the historian)
General capabilities
  • Literacy Literacy
ScOT terms

Word meanings,  Concepts

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Assessment

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State, territory and Australian parliaments

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Video

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