Ancient World
mesopotamia Ancient World
– overview of period 60,000  BC (BCE)-c.650 AD (CE). Focus on Mesopotamia

 

 

 

Early Societies
prehistory Early Societies
– investigating how people lived. Focus on Otzi, the iceman

 

 

 

Ancient Greece

greece Ancient Greece
 – life in Ancient Greece

 

 

 

 


Ancient Australia
Ancient Australia Ancient Australia
– archaeological evidence of the first Australians and what it tells us

 

Ancient China
terracotta warriorsAncient China
– Ancient Chinese Emperors and Dynasties


Medieval Europe
tapestryMedieval Europe
– primary and secondary sources describing life in Medieval Europe

 

 

Shogunate Japan
samurai Shogunate Japan
– life in medieval Japan

 

 

 

Spanish Conquest of the Americas
aztecs  Spanish conquest of the Americas

 

 

 

 


World War I

World War I

World War I

Online Databases and Encyclopedia
Library Webs

Library Webs – library of reliable websites for students

History Reference Centre

Articles on U.S. and world history from pre-history to the present day

Encyclopedia Britannica Online

Encyclopedia Britannica Online

Industrial Revolution

lead pencil factoryIndustrial revolution


 

Image reference:
McGrath, M 2007Putting lead in the pencilPhotographFlickr, accessed 3 September 2014, <https://www.flickr.com/photos/streamofconsciousness/536831968/>, Creative Commons license: <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/>.

World War II, 1939-1945

Eyewitness to World War II
– articles on important events of World War II. Includes primary sources. From EyeWitness History

Second World War, 1939-1945
– topics include: Background, Chronology, Political figure, Battles, Resistance, Nazi Germany, Holocaust, Home Front, Women at War. From Spartacus Educational

War on all fronts
– chronological timeline of key events on 3 fronts – Europe, Africa and the Mediterranean, the Pacific. From Anzac Day Commemoration Committee

World War Two
– causes, events and people of World War II. From BBC

History Reference Centre

Articles on U.S. and world history from pre-history to the present day

Library Webs

Library Webs – library of reliable websites for students

Encyclopedia Britannica Online

Encyclopedia Britannica Online

 

 

World War II and Australia

Australia’s War 1939-1945
– description of events, including primary and secondary sources, images, posters and artwork. From Department of Veteran’s Affairs

All in – ‘leaving home’
– changing role of women between 1940 and 1945 with many joining the auxiliary services.From Department of Veteran’s Affairs

Second World War video
– archival visual material relating to aspects of the Second World War. From  National Film and Sound Archive

War and Identity
– information about Australia’s experiences of war. Includes Gallipoli, Western Front, Middle East and the Home Front. From Anzac Day Commemoration Committee

World War II – 1939-1945
– links to: Overview and chronology of the conflict – Australian Home Front during WW2 – Battle for Australia – Supplementary information and anecdotes. From ANZAC Day Commemoration Committee


Digital Curriculum Resources

National Digital Learning Resource Network
– selection of digital curriculum resources that are aligned to the history subject area of the Australian Curriculum. Search for these resources using Scootle. From Education Services Australia

scootle

Scootle

Teacher Resources

AC History Units
– units of work developed by the History Teachers’ Association of Australia to support teachers to implement the Australian Curriculum: History

ABC Splash

ABC Splash. Years 7-10
– History resources to support the Australian Curriculum. From ABC

 

Australian Curriculum – History 7 – 10
– from ACARA

History Mysteries
-inquiry learning case studies supporting the the Australian Curriculum – video, print and interactive content. From National Museum of Australia. Password required

National Museum of Australia
– units of work and resources to support the Australian Curriculum

P-10 History Sample Assessments
– units of work and resources to support the Australian History Curriculum. From Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority