Ancient History General

  • Course Code - GEHIA
  • General Pathway

Estimated Cost: $79.00

Course Outline

Ancient civilisations and cultures Unit 1 and Power in the ancient world Unit 2 are designed for students who have an interest in Ancient History. These units enable students to investigate life in early civilisations and learn that in ancient societies, key individuals have acted as agents for change.

Unit 1 will focus on Troy, Ancient Greece and the Ancient Celts, with Unit 2 concentrating on the Ancient Leaders of Hatshepsut, Xerxes and Alexander the Great. The Ancient History General course allows students to gain insights into their own society and its values through the study of societies and cultures of the more distant past.

Skills Outline

This course aims to enable students to develop a variety of skills related to the formulation, investigation and presentation of historical information, including the ability to:

  • Think critically
  • Conduct research and evaluate information
  • Communicate and present an argument
  • Evaluate and interpret evidence

Minimum Entrance Requirements

None

Further Study

Year 12 - Modern History – General Course Code GTHIM

Coastal Cluster

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