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TUGGERAH LAKES SECONDARY COLLEGE
YEAR 11 PRELIMINARY 2013
ANCIENT HISTORY

Yearly Planner
Course Outline
Outcomes
Syllabus Documents

THE ENTRANCE CAMPUS
YEAR 11 PRELIMINARY – Ancient History
YEARLY PLANNER 2013

Term 1: Friday 1/2/13 – Friday 12/4/13
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
28/1

4/2

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Week 7

Week 8

Week 9

18/2

11/2

25/2

4/3

11/3

18/3

25/3

HISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY AND SCIENCE

Term 2: Monday 29/4/13 – Friday 28/6/13
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
29/4

6/5

Week 10
1/4

8/4

TUTANKHAMUN’S TOMB

TASK 1

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Week 7

Week 8

Week 9

20/5

13/5

Week 11

27/5

3/6

10/6

17/6

24/6

TASK 2

HOMER AND THE TROJAN WAR

TUT’S TOMB

THERA

Task
Term 3: Monday 15/7/13 – Friday 20/9/13
Week 1
Week 2
Week 3
15/7

22/7

29/7

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Week 7

Week 8

Week 9

Week 10

5/8

12/8

19/8

26/8

2/9

9/9

16/9

TASK 3

THERA

HISTORICAL INVESTIGATION

YEARLY
EXAMS

Ancient History 2013
PRELIMINARY
Preliminary Course
(120 indicative hours)

Preliminary Course Outcomes

Part I: Introduction
(a) Investigating the Past: History, Archaeology
and Science:
(b) Case Studies

A student develops the skills to:
P1.1 describe and explain the contribution of key people,
groups, events, institutions, societies and sites within the historical context

At least ONE case study should be undertaken.
A range of possible case studies is provided in
Section 9, page 19.

P2.1 identify historical factors and explain their significance in contributing to change and continuity in the ancient world

Part II: Ancient Societies, Sites and Sources
At least ONE study of ancient societies, sites and
sources should be undertaken.
A range of possible studies is provided in Section
9, page 23.

Part III: Historical Investigation
The historical investigation can be integrated into
any aspect of the Preliminary course. The
investigation must not overlap or duplicate
significantly any topic attempted for the HSC
Ancient History or History Extension courses.

P3.1 locate, select and organise relevant information from a variety of sources
P3.2 identify relevant problems of sources in reconstructing the past
P3.3 comprehend sources and analyse them for their usefulness and reliability
P3.4 identify and account for differing perspectives and
interpretations of the past
P3.5 discuss issues relating to ownership and custodianship of the past
P3.6 plan and present the findings of historical investigations, analysing and synthesising information from a range of
sources
P4.1 use historical terms and concepts appropriately
P4.2 communicate knowledge and understanding of historical
features and issues using appropriate oral and written
forms

Assessment Schedule
WHEN

TOPIC/S

TYPE

OUTCOMES

Investigating the
Past

Extended
Response
Source
Analysis

3

Term 1, 2013
Week 7
Term 2, 2013
Week 4
Term 3, 2013
Week 5

P2.1, 3.2, 3.5,
4.1, 4.2
P1.1,2.1,3.1
3.3, 4.1
P1.1,2.1,3.3,
3.6, 4.2

4

Term 3, 2013
Week 9

1
2

Case Study 1
Historical
Investigation
Investigating the
Past
Case Studies 2,3

Oral / Research
Yearly Exam

P3.2,3.5, 3.4,
4.1, 4.2

VALUE
20%
25%
20%
35%

Content: Preliminary HSC Course
Part I: Introduction
(a)
(b)

Investigating the Past: History, Archaeology and Science
Case Studies

Outcomes

Students:
P1.1 describe and explain the contribution of key people, groups, events, institutions, societies and sites within the historical context P2.1 identify historical factors and explain their significance in contributing to change and continuity in the ancient world

P3.1 locate, select and organise relevant information from a variety of sources P3.2 identify relevant problems of sources in reconstructing the past P3.3 comprehend sources and analyse them for their...
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