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    1. 2006 Created by S. Angelo How did people live in Australia around the turn of the century?

    3. Working historically Historical skills to be integrated into this topic: identify different types of sources comprehend and use historical sources use historical language, terms and concepts appropriately to engage in historical inquiry locate, select and organise historical information from a variety of sources select the appropriate form of communication for specific purposes ICT skills appropriate for this topic may include: comprehend and use historical sources, including a website locate, select and organise historical information from a variety of sources, including ICT

    4. You will learn about how people lived in Australia around the turn of the century working conditions in Australia around the turn of the century the reasons for Federation the Australian Constitution voting rights of different groups in Australia at Federation the composition of Australias population at Federation the origins and implementation of the Immigration Restriction Act 1901 social legislation 1901-1914, including Harvester Judgement: basic wage Invalid and old age pensioner schemes Maternity allowance scheme

    5. You will learn to use primary sources to describe features of lifestyle of a variety of social groups identify the working conditions of men, women and children explain the arguments for and against Federation describe the main features of the Australian Constitution identify the voting rights of Aboriginal peoples, women and other groups at Federation identify the ethnic composition of Australia at Federation outline the reasons for the introduction of the Immigration restriction Act 1901 outline the major social legislation of the new Federal Government that affected living and working conditions in Australia

    6. MAIN SOURCES Anderson, M. and Ashton, P., Australian History and Citizenship, Macmillan, Melbourne, 2000 Anderson, M. and Ashton, P., Australian in the 20th Century: Working Historically, Macmillan, Melbourne, 2004 Darlington, R. and Hospodaryk, J., Understanding Australian History: An Enquiry-based Approach, Heinemann, Melbourne, 1993 plus Teachers Resource Book Darlington, R., Greer, V. and Hospodaryk, J., History Zone 2, Heinemann, Melbourne, 2004 Pyne, M., Bowe, J. and D. Connolly, One Land Many Stories: A history of Australia in the 20th century, Longman, Melbourne, 2001 Cameron, K., Lawless, J. and C. Young, Investigating Australias 20th century history, Nelson, Melbourne, 2000 Centenary of Federation, Federation: Inclusion and exclusion, Teachers Book, 2000 plus The Constitution Source Book and Suffrage Source Book Lloyd, S., History: Stage 5 Book 1, Titan Education, Sydney, 2002 www.worksite.actu.asn.au www.aph.gov.au/library/pubs/online www.aph.gov.au www.peo.gov.au www.aec.gov.au Film Australia Video / ABC Video, Federation: A Three Part Journey to Nationhood, 1999 (video) NSW DET / NSW Centenary of Federation, Federation: Inclusion and Exclusion, 2000 (video)

    7. ASSESSMENT Discussions Inquiry-based research activities locate, select and organise relevant information from a number of sources interpret and evaluate sources for usefulness and/or reliability use sources and relevant historical terms and concepts appropriately in an historical inquiry select appropriate oral, written and other forms to present the findings of their research. Fieldwork activities collect and analyse data interpret graphical material (eg maps, charts, graphs) examine relevant heritage/conservation issues sequence events within a study to show an understanding of continuity and change identify and explore differing contexts, interpretations and perspectives of the past evaluate a range of sources, including ICT, relevant to the site study. Presentations identify, comprehend and evaluate historical sources explain different contexts, perspectives and interpretations of the past use appropriate historical terms and concepts use appropriate forms to communicate their understanding of history. Peer Assessment Evaluate the contribution of individuals to a group task Reflecting on peer presentations Self-assessment Reflecting on your progress towards achieving the syllabus outcomes

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