History 201 - Ngā Tāhuhu Kōrero 201

Course Description

Teacher in Charge: 19040577

Students will gain a wider understanding of the forces that have shaped the world we live in and develop research and presentation skills crucial in all career paths. Students will study historical sites, documents, cartoons, video documentaries, films, old newspapers, maps, graphs, charts, museums and diagrams in order to give an understanding of nineteenth and twentieth century history both in New Zealand and overseas. Students will communicate their understanding through a wide variety of assessment methods. 

Topics for 2022 include Origins of World War 1, Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany and 1918 Flu Pandemic in New Zealand.

There is an opportunity to visit an ANZAC display at Marlborough Museum and Omaka Aviation Centre to look at World War 1 aviation.

Learning Areas:

Senior Social Science