Sharon Moran
Tuesday 26th August
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Australian History, Civics and Citizenship
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Allow about 1 hour for this section
This section has TWO parts:
• PART A
multiple choice any topic from year 10,
• PART B
short response questions and
1 extended response question
PART A:
• 1 mark each question total 20 marks.
• 20 multiple choice questions.
PART B:
• Short response questions adding up to 15
marks
• Extended response questions 15 marks.
You will need to have:
• 3 working blue pens
• Liquid tape
• Highlighter
• Lead pencil and
• Eraser
• Vietnam War
• Aboriginal Rights and freedoms
• Migrants
• Australia as a Global Citizen
• Individual + Event (Perkins - Freedom Ride)
• Prime Minister & policies
• Social and cultural history (decade study)
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Students learn about:
Australia’s response to the threat of
communism in Asia after WWII including:
· Korean War
· ANZUS Treaty
· SEATO Alliance
• the response to the threat of communism within
Australia including:
• · referendum to ban the Communist Party
• · the Petrov Affair
• Australia’s involvement in the Vietnam War
• differing views of Australia’s involvement in the
Vietnam War eg:
• · supporters of the war
• · conscientious objectors
• · the moratorium movement
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the impact of the war on ONE of the
following:
· Vietnam veterans and families
· Indo-Chinese refugees
· Australian culture
· Australia’s relations with Asia
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Students learn to:
Sequence the key events in Australia’s
response to the threat of communism in Asia
after WWII
• Explain the purpose of the treaties Australia
• contracted during this period
• Outline the key developments in Australia’s
• response to communism within Australia
• Explain the reasons for Australia’s
• involvement in the Vietnam War
• Explain the reasons why different groups within
• Australia supported or opposed Australia’s
• involvement in the Vietnam War
• select appropriate sources that reflect
• different perspectives about Australia’s
• involvement in the Vietnam War
• assess the impact of the war on the chosen study.
• Section A: Aboriginal Peoples
Change over time
• changing government policies towards Aboriginal
• peoples over time, including:
• protection
• assimilation
• integration
• self-determination
Group
• the varying experiences of:
• the stolen generations
Events/Issues
• the role of the following in the
• struggle of Aboriginal peoples for rights and
freedoms:
• 1967 Referendum
• Land Rights and Native
• Title
• Section B: Migrants
• the changing patterns of migration 1945• 2000
• the experiences of ONE of the following:
• a migrant group in post-WWII period
• enemy aliens in WWI or WWII
• the role of ONE of the following in the
• history of post- WWII migration:
• Snowy Mountains Scheme
• 1970s boat people
• multiculturalism
Students learn to:
• account for continuity and/or change over time in
the relevant study
• examine the experiences of the chosen group/s
using a range of sources
• outline the important developments in a
• key event/issue relating to the
• chosen study
• explain the significance of the event/issue for the
changing rights and freedoms of
• the chosen study (migrants)
• Students learn about:
• Students learn to:
• Section A: Australia as a Global Citizen
• Australia’s role in the following:
• United Nations, including UNESCO, and
UN conventions
• regional agreements, including Colombo
Plan, APEC
• outline key developments in Australia’s role
within the UN in the post-war period
• assess an achievement of Australia in its role
within the UN
• explain the purpose of Australia’s regional
Agreements
• Section B: People Power
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Events/Issues & Individuals (One Only)
Freedom Rides - Charles Perkins
Women’s Liberation - Germaine Greer
Green bans - Jack Mundey
Whitlam dismissal - Sir John Kerr
Green politics - Bob Brown
Republicanism - Paul Keating
One Nation - Pauline Hanson
• examine the role of the significant individual
in the chosen study
• assess the significance of the chosen study
for Australia in the post-war period
• Section C: Prime Ministers and Policies
• One Prime Minister in the post-war period
• outline and explain a major policy or issue of
the term of office of the chosen Prime
Minister
• Students learn about:
• Post-war Australia
• The impact of changing technology on
everyday life in post-war Australia:
housing
home appliances
entertainment
transport
communications
• Decade Study
• The social and cultural features of ONE postwar
decade including:
fashion
music
entertainment
sport
British or American influences on popular
culture
• Students learn to:
• outline the impact of the main technological
changes over time on everyday life in postwar
Australia, based on a selection of sources
• describe the main social and cultural features
of the chosen decade
• outline the main influences of Britain or the
USA on Australian popular culture of the
chosen decade
• assess the impact of the chosen decade in
shaping Australian identity
Preparing to study
You need a good place to be prepared to study
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Is my Study Place available to me whenever I need it?
Is my Study Place free from in interruptions?
Is my Study Place free from distractions?
Does my Study Place contain all the study materials I need?
Does my Study Place contain large enough desk or table?
Does my Study Place have enough storage space?
Does my Study Place have a comfortable chair?
Does my Study Place have enough light?
Does my Study Place have a comfortable temperature?
General Tips
• Answer the questions you find easiest first. Come back to
others later.
• Don’t spend more than a minute or two on any question.
• As you work on a section, keep track of how much time
remains. (It’s a good idea to bring a reliable watch).
• Answer every question. There is no penalty for guessing.
• Be careful to mark only one answer choice per question.
• Consider all answer choices before you choose one. Use
the process of elimination to narrow your choices.
Writing Tips
• Organisation is very important. In your paragraph essay
include an introduction, supporting paragraphs, and a
conclusion.
• Plan your response before you begin to write it.
• Stay with the topic throughout your response.
• Vary sentence structure and word choices.
• Use specific examples wherever possible.
• Write legibly.
• If you have time, check your grammar, usage,
punctuation, and spelling.
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Why did Australia go to the Vietnam War?
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Explain how opposition to the war developed?
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Explain the impact that the Vietnam War had on those who fought.
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Outline the impact of the Vietnam War on ONE of the following:
Vietnam veterans and families
Indo-Chinese refugees
Australian Culture
Australia’s relations with Asia
Go to the NSW Board of Studies- past
papers to view others
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Describe how members of the Stolen Generations suffered due to government policies.
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Outline the main features of the policies of protection and assimilation in the period to 1950.
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Account for the different perspectives of the Aboriginal experience between 1788 and 1914.
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Outline 2 policies which Australian governments implemented in relation to the treatment if
Aboriginal people between 1901 and 1967.
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How has the development of an event or issue since 1945 changed the rights and freedoms
of that group.
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Outline the actions Aboriginal people have taken in their struggle for land rights in the postwar period.
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Describe the problems faced by ONE of the following groups in their struggle for rights and
freedoms:
A migrant group from the post-World War II period
Enemy aliens in World War I or World War II
Women during the Great Depression
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Describe how Australia has behaved as a global citizen since 1945.
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Select an individual you have studied. Explain the role he or she has played in an event or
issue you have studied.
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Choose a Prime Minister you have studied. Access the contribution of this Prime Minister to
Australia’s post-war development.
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Select ONE Australian prime minister from the box below:
Ben Chiefley
John Gorton
Malcolm Fraser
Robert Menzies
William (Billy) McMahon
Bob Hawke
Harold Holt
Gough Whitlam
Paul Keating
John Howard
Describe a major policy of ONE Australian prime minister in post-war Australia.
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Go to the NSW Board of Studies- past
papers to view others
• Describe the changes that occurred in the living
conditions of Australians between 1945 and 1960.
• Outline 2 aspects of the development of Australian
Popular entertainment way of life in the 1950’s.
• Explain how American influences affected the
Australian way of life in either the 1950’s or the
1960’s.
Go to the NSW Board of Studies- past
papers to view others
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