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Senior Ancient History for Queensland

 

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An inquiry approach to appreciating our ancient past for the new Queensland Ancient History syllabus.

Written explicitly for the new Queensland Ancient History syllabus by a highly experienced team of curriculum developers and practising teachers, Senior Ancient History for Queenslandcombines a source-based inquiry approach with selective narrative content to place each inquiry in context and bring history to life.

  • The series covers the most popular topics in depth, plus all individuals from the People, Power and Authority unit, and provides flexible topic options to cover external assessment requirements.
  • Activities are explicitly labelled and structured around the syllabus objectives which require students to use a range of cognitive processes – to Comprehend, Devise, Analyse, Synthesise, Evaluate and Create – ensuring they are building each of these essential skills.
  • Extensive assessment support will help prepare students for both internal assessment and the new external assessment component of the syllabus. It includes chapter summaries, short-response questions, assessment-style extended-response questions, plus a dedicated digital assessment chapter with assessment-style questions and suggested responses.

 

To view a sample chapter, click on the file below in blue.

PDFs updated 5 March 2020.

 

Complete PDF Textbook

  • Full PDF Textbook [PDF 115.4Mb]

PDF Textbook chapters

  • Preliminary pages [PDF 3.3Mb]

  • Chapter 1: Digging up the past [PDF 11.0Mb]

  • Chapter 2: Slavery in Roman society 753-133 BCE

  • Chapter 3: Weapons and warfare of the Vikings 700-1100 CE [PDF 5.9Mb]

  • Chapter 4: The family in Spartan society [PDF 2.6Mb]

  • Chapter 5: Beliefs, rituals and funerary practices in Egypt during the Ramesside period (19th and 20th Dynasties) [PDF 6.0Mb]

  • Chapter 6: Hatshepsut [PDF 4.5Mb]

  • Chapter 7: Akhenaten [PDF 3.0Mb]

  • Chapter 8: Agrippina the Younger [PDF 3.3Mb]

  • Chapter 11: Fifth-century Athens (BCE) [PDF 8.4Mb]

  • Chapter 12: Philip II and Alexander III of Macedon [PDF 4.9Mb]

  • Chapter 13: Early imperial Rome [PDF 4.3Mb]

  • Chapter 14: Pompeii and Herculaneum [PDF 6.9Mb]

  • Chapter 16: Ancient Rome: civil war and the breakdown of the Republic [PDF 5.3Mb]

  • Chapter 18: Rameses II [PDF 3.8Mb]

  • Chapter 19: Themistokles [PDF 4.0Mb]

  • Chapter 23: Augustus [PDF 4.5Mb]

  • Index [PDF 0.4Mb]

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    Extra chapter

    • Chapter 7A: Perikles [PDF 3.9Mb]

    Digital-only chapters

    • Chapter 9: Boudica [PDF 3.1Mb]

    • Chapter 10: Thebes East and West: Unearthing the city of the living and the dead [PDF 10.5Mb]

    • Chapter 15: The fall of the Western Roman Empire [PDF 3Mb]

    • Chapter 17: Thutmose III [PDF 4Mb]

    • Chapter 20: Akibiades [PDF 3.6Mb]

    • Chapter 21: Scipio Africanus [PDF 3.3Mb]

    • Chapter 22: Julius Caesar [PDF 3.2Mb]

    • Index [PDF 0.3Mb]

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    The PDF Textbook is designed for full functionality using the latest version of Adobe Reader. The markup function is available in selected PDF readers for the iPad and other devices using iOS. Check your PDF reader specifications. At the time of publication, Adobe Reader, Good Reader and PDF Expert were viable options.

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      Historical Skills Toolkit

      Historical Skills Toolkit [PDF 1Mb]

      Primary Sources

      List of Primary Sources [PDF 4.1Mb]

      Historiography exercise

      Historiography exercise - Crusades [PDF 0.2Mb]

      Persian Wars

      Ancient Greece - The Persian Wars [PDF 1.2Mb]

      Peloponnesian Wars

      Ancient Greece - Peloponnesian Wars [PDF 0.06Mb]

      Additional resources acknowledgements

      Acknowledgements [PDF 0.05Mb]

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      Word activities

      Word activities - all chapters [Zipped word acts 142Mb]

      Digital word activities

      Word activities - digital-only chapters [Zipped word acts 39.3Mb]

      Now available

      Cambridge University Press has no responsibility for the persistence or accuracy of URLs for external or third-party websites and does not guarantee that any content on such websites is, or will remain, accurate or appropriate.

      Chapter 1

      Mungo Man returned to ancestral home where he died 40 000 years ago
      http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-11-17/mungo-man-returned-to-ancestral-home/9159840

      Chapter 5

      Egyptians rally to defend cultural heritage
      https://www.nature.com/news/2011/110203/full/news.2011.72.html
      Egyptian Museum: Cairo's looted treasure
      https://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-12442863

      Chapter 9

      Chapter 14

      Parco Archaeologico di Pompeii
      http://www.pompeiisites.org/
      AD 79 Destruction and Rediscovery
      https://sites.google.com/site/ad79eruption/home

      Additional resources

      Why did the Greeks win the Persian Wars?
      https://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?t=172754
      Religious warriors. Reinterpreting the Crusades
      http://www.grailwerk.com/docs/economistarticle.html
      Crusading Against Poor History: An Interview with Dr. Paul Crawford
      https://apholt.com/2015/08/02/crusading-against-poor-history-an-interview-with-dr-paul-crawford/
      The First Crusade as a "Defensive War": A Response to Prof. Gabriele
      https://apholt.com/2017/06/06/the-first-crusade-as-a-defensive-war-a-response-to-prof-gabriele/
      America and China: A quick critique of 'The Thucydides Trap'
      https://www.nakedcapitalism.com/2017/06/america-china-quick-critique-thucydides-trap.html

      8 July 2019

      Source 23.23
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      Errata

      Authors

      Alan Barrie, Michael Cocks, Sarah Coleman, Simon Corvan, Jenna Haywood, Ben Hegerty, Rowan Hofmeister, Diana Platt, Rashna Taraporewalla, Glenn Davies