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History Alive 10 for the Australian Curriculum & eBookPLUS

by: Robert Darlington | Luke Jackson | Tom Hawkins | Ashley Wood

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons,06.08.12

Category: Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0730337693
ISBN13: 9780730337690

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Based on the highly successful Humanities Alive series, History Alive 10 for the Australian Curriculum and eBookPLUS provides the most engaging and fascinating coverage of the new Australian Curriculum for History for year 10 students across Australia.

KEY FEATURES

. Visually appealing double-page spreads
. A wealth of source material
. High-impact photos and artwork
. A clear inquiry-based approach
. Lively and complete coverage of the essential content
. A dedicated ICT activities spread for each chapter which highlights all the ICT resources in eBookPLUS

History Alive 10 for the Australian Curriculum and eBookPLUS is a hard-copy student text accompanied by eBookPLUS.

>eBookPLUS resources include:

. Access from any digital device PC/MAC/iPad/Android Tablet.
. Worksheets - Word documents designed for easy customisation and editing.
. Interactivities and games to reinforce and enhance student learning.
. eLessons - engaging video clips and supporting material.
. Weblinks to relevant support material on the internet.
. ProjectsPLUS - unique ICT-based projects that provide opportunities for students to demonstrate creativity, thinking skills and teamwork.

Table of Contents

How to use History Alive vi
About eBookPLUS viii
How does History Alive address the new Australian Curriculum? x
Acknowledgements xii

CHAPTER 1. OVERVIEW 1: THE MODERN WORLD AND AUSTRALIA
The modern world and Australia (1918 -1939) 2

The Overview content has been split into two chapters (chapters 1 and 3) to provide a more logical and coherent coverage.
1.1 HOW DO WE KNOW ABOUT ... ?
The inter-war years 4
1.2 The peace treaties and the League of Nations 6
1.3 The 'Roaring Twenties' 10
1.4 The Great Depression 14
1.5 Communism - dream or nightmare? 18
1.6 The rise of fascism 20
1.7 SkillBuilder: Analysing political cartoons 24
1.8 Review and reflect 26
Using ICT 28

CHAPTER 2. DEPTH STUDY 1: WORLD WAR IIWorld War II (1939-1945) 30
2.1 HOW DO WE KNOW ABOUT ... ?
World War II 32
2.2 Causes of World War II: the Nazis' rise to

power 34
2.3 Causes of World War II: Japanese militarism 38
2.4 Causes of World War II: the road to war in Europe 40
2.5 An overview of World War II to 1944 44
2.6 Australians at war: around the Mediterranean 48
2.7 Australia threatened 50
2.8 Australians in the Pacific War: Kokoda 52
2.9 Australians in the Pacific War: beyond Kokoda 54
2.10 Australian prisoners of war 56
2.11 The Australian home front 58
2.12 Australian women at war 62
2.13 Australia and the US alliance 64
2.14 The end of the war 66
2.15 The Holocaust and other war crimes 70
2.16 SkillBuilder: Analysing propaganda posters 74
2.17 Review and reflect 76
Using ICT 78

CHAPTER 3. OVERVIEW 2: THE MODERN WORLD AND AUSTRALIA
The modern world and Australia since World War II 80
3.1 HOW DO WE KNOW ABOUT ... ?
The modern world 82
3.2 The world after World War II 84
3.3 Australia after World War II 86
3.4 The Cold War 88
3.5 Australia and the Cold War 92
3.6 After the Cold War 96
3.7 Keeping the peace 100
3.8 Freedom and rights 104
3.9 Our changing way of life 108
3.10 SkillBuilder: Interpreting historians' perspectives 112
3.11 Review and reflect 114

CHAPTER 4. DEPTH STUDY 2: RIGHTS AND FREEDOMS
Rights and freedoms (1945-present) 116
4.1 HOW DO WE KNOW ABOUT ... ?
Struggles for rights and freedoms 118
4.2 A day of mourning, 1938 120
4.3 The Stolen Generations 122
4.4 The fight for civil rights beyond Australia'sborders 124
4.5 Personality study: Albert Namatjira 128
4.6 The Freedom Ride 130
4.7 Being counted 132
4.8 The Aboriginal Tent Embassy 134
4.9 Land rights and protests 136
4.10 The rough road to reconciliation 140
4.11 SkillBuilder: Understanding a historical debate 144
4.12 Fighting for equity 146
4.13 The struggle continues 148
4.14 Review and reflect 152
Using ICT154

CHAPTER 5. DEPTH STUDY 3: THE GLOBALISING WORLD
Popular culture (1945-present) 156
5.1 HOW DO WE KNOW ABOUT ... ?
Popular culture 158
5.2 Post-war Australia 160
5.3 Fads and fashions 162
5.4 Sports and society 166
5.5 The rock'n'roll revolution 170
5.6 Protest music 174
5.7 The evolution of television 176
5.8 The Australian film industry: post-war to today 180
5.9 Continuity and change in beliefs and values 184
5.10 SkillBuilder: Becoming a historical investigator 188
5.11 Review and reflect 190
Using ICT 192

CHAPTER 6. DEPTH STUDY 3: THE GLOBALISING WORLD
The environment movement (1960s-present) 1946.1
HOW DO WE KNOW ABOUT ... ?
The environment movement 196
6.2 Preserving the natural world 198
6.3 Growing impacts on the environment 200
6.4 The contemporary environment movement begins 204
6.5 Defending Mother Earth 208
6.6 Fallout from the Atomic Age 212
6.7 Big business versus local communities 216
6.8 Government response to climate change 220
6.9 Think global, act local 224
6.10 SkillBuilder: Becoming a historical investigator 226
6.11 Review and reflect 228
Using ICT 230

CHAPTER 7. DEPTH STUDY 3: THE GLOBALISING WORLD
Migration experiences (1945-present) 2327.1
HOW DO WE KNOW ABOUT ... ?
Migration experiences 234
7.2 Waves of migration 236
7.3 Changing immigration policy 238
7.4 New Australians 242
7.5 Migrant workers and the Snowy Mountains Scheme 246
7.6 Immigration from Asia 248
7.7 From 'White Australia' to multiculturalism 252
7.8 Seeking asylum in Australia: Tampa and beyond 256
7.9 The migrant contribution 260
7.10 SkillBuilder: Becoming a historical investigator 262
7.11 Review and reflect 264
Glossary 267
Index 271