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Humanities and Social Sciences for the Australian Curriculum Year 7 (print and digital)

Humanities and Social Sciences for the Australian Curriculum Year 7 (print and digital)
AUTHOR(S):
Malcolm McInerney (Compiling Editor)
REGION:
Australia
LEVELS:
Year 7
SUBJECT AREA:
Australian Curriculum / Business, Economics, and Legal / Geography / History / Humanities
ISBN:
9781107435100
PUBLICATION DATE:
04/08/2014
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Develops the knowledge, understanding and skills required to participate as active, engaged and informed citizens and consumers within the community, Australia and the world.

Compiled by Malcolm McInerney and written by Australia’s leading educators, Humanities and Social Sciences for the Australian Curriculum is a comprehensive and compelling series for Years 7–9 that caters for the different learning styles and abilities in Australian classrooms without sacrificing the depth and quality of content.

This series encourages students to analyse sources and use evidence to illuminate the past. It will help students pose questions and propose actions to enrich their understanding of today’s geographic, political and commercial world. Using this inquiry-based approach they will develop the knowledge, understanding and skills required to participate as active and informed citizens and consumers within the community, Australia, and the world.

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UNIT 1 WATER IN THE WORLD
1 Water: a renewable environmental resource
2 Water in nature
3 Value of water
4 Managing water
5 Water hazards
UNIT 2 PLACES AND LIVEABILITY
6 Settlement
7 Housing
8 Demography and living choices
9 Liveable places
10 Enhancing liveability
CIVICS AND CITIZENSHIP: GOVERNMENT AND DEMOCRACY 
11 Overview: the ancient world
DEPTH STUDY 1 INVESTIGATING THE ANCIENT PAST
12 The ancient past
DEPTH STUDY 2 THE MEDITERRANEAN WORLD
13 Ancient Egypt
14 Ancient Greece
15 Ancient Rome
DEPTH STUDY 3 THE ASIAN WORLD
16 Ancient China
17 Ancient India
CIVICS AND CITIZENSHIP: LAWS AND CITIZENS 
18 Consumers and producers in the market
19 Personal, organisational and financial objective
20 Characteristics of entrepreneurs and successful businesses
21 Working and deriving an income
CIVICS AND CITIZENSHIP: CITIZENSHIP, DIVERSITY AND IDENTITY

The Economics and Business and Civics and Citizenship sections of this textbook were written to the noted curriculums. This follows a decision by the Council of federal, state and territory education ministers that the curriculums should be made available to states and territories for their use.

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Creating engaged and informed citizens and consumers.

Develops the knowledge, understanding and skills required to participate as active, engaged and informed citizens and consumers within the community, Australia and the world.

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Malcolm McInerney (Compiling Editor)

Malcolm has been a teacher in South Australian Education Department schools since 1976. Malcolm considers humanities education to be critical in the school curriculum and has been heavily involved in the teaching and promotion of geography over the years, in particular, the use of geographical information systems in schools. He is the Immediate Past Chair of the Australian Geography Teachers’ Association (2008-13), and was recently involved with the development of the ACARA Australian Curriculum: Geography. He is also Executive Director of the AGTA GeogSpace project (resources for the Australian Curriculum, funded by Education Services Australia) and currently teaches at Thebarton Senior College in Adelaide.