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Modern History Transformed Year 12 (print and digital)

Modern History Transformed Year 12 (print and digital)
AUTHOR(S):
Daryl Le Cornu / Christopher Bradbury / Kay Carroll
REGION:
New South Wales
LEVELS:
Year 12
SUBJECT AREA:
History
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9781108413152
PUBLICATION DATE:
20/08/2018
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Making the connection between history and its relevance to the lives of today’s students, Modern History Transformed is written specifically for the new Stage 6 Modern History syllabus to help students develop the key historical thinking and writing skills required for success in their Year 11 and Year 12 studies and beyond.

Written for the new Modern History syllabus, this series helps to equip students with the knowledge, understanding and skills required to investigate the forces that have shaped the world today. The series comprehensively covers the Year 12 core to meet course requirements and prepare students for HSC success. It also provides fresh, engaging and in-depth content across a range of popular electives.

  • With engaging coverage of a range of Modern History topics, students are encouraged to debate and analyse historical issues and explore their relevance to the 21st Century.
  • The striking design and a host of visually stimulating material is designed to foster student curiosity and imagination.
  • A range of primary and secondary sources and historical interpretations provide evidence for students to use to examine the past.
  • Comprehensive exam preparation support includes end-of-chapter summaries and activities that directly address syllabus outcomes, exam-style questions and additional resources for further investigation.
  • The Interactive Textbook provides a range of additional elective chapters and rich digital content to bring history to life.


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Part 1 Core Study: Power and authority in the modern world 1919–46
1 The peace treaties
2 The rise of dictatorships after World War I
3 The Nazi Regime to 1939
4 The search for peace and security in the world 1919–46

Part 2 National Studies
5 Russia and the Soviet Union 1917–41
6 The United States 1919–41
7 China 1927–49 (digital only)

Part 3 Peace and Conflict
8 Conflict in Indochina 1954–79
9 Conflict in Europe 1935–45
10 The Cold War 1945–91 (digital only)

Part 4 Change in the Modern World
11 Civil Rights in the USA 1945–68
12 The Nuclear Age 1945–11
13 The Cultural Revolution to Tiananmen Square 1966–89 (digital only)

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Making the connection between history and its relevance to the lives of today’s students, Modern History Transformed is written specifically for the new Stage 6 Modern History syllabus to help students develop the key historical thinking and writing skills required for success in their Year 11 and Year 12 studies and beyond.

Written for the new Modern History syllabus, this series helps to equip students with the knowledge, understanding and skills required to investigate the forces that have shaped the world today. The series comprehensively covers the Year 12 core to meet course requirements and prepare students for HSC success. It also provides fresh, engaging and in-depth content across a range of popular electives.


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Daryl Le Cornu

BA (Hons) DipEd PhD, Daryl has many years of experience teaching Modern History and NSW high schools, gaining expertise in a varied range of topics. Daryl completed his PhD thesis on World War I in 2005. He has a passion for contemporary history, United Nations history, geopolitics, global governance and nuclear disarmament. Daryl has also been involved in curriculum development in NSW for many years. Currently, he is a History Curriculum Lecturer at the ACU (Australian Catholic University), a former Vice President of the UNAA NSW (United Nations Association of Australia) and current UNAA Executive Member, President of the WCAA (World Citizens Association Australia), and a member of the Board of ICAN Australia (International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons).

Christopher Bradbury

Christopher is currently the Director of Teaching and Learning at The King’s School Parramatta and was previously the Head of History and Legal Studies. Christopher regularly lectures for The School for Excellence, and is the AIS Professional Learning Coordinator, a role for which he has organised a number of History Conferences for the professional development of History teachers in Independent Schools in NSW. Christopher was a recipient of the Gandel Holocaust Studies Scholarship Program for Australian Educators in 2016, the NSW Premier’s Westfield Teacher’s Scholarship in 2006 and was awarded a NSW Quality Teaching Award for Excellence in 2005.

Kay Carroll

Kay is a Lecturer in History Education and the Coordinator of the Secondary Teaching Program, Western Sydney University. Current research and teaching interests are History Curriculum and Pedagogy. She has been a former Vice President of the History Teachers’ Association of NSW (HTANSW) and History Educator for Macquarie University, Australian Catholic University and University of New South Wales. Previously she has been a HSIE Head of Department and teacher across catholic, independent and state schools. More recently she has supported the implementation of the NSW History Syllabus K-10 across catholic schools. She has published texts and journals in Global Education, Historical Inquiry and Pedagogy.