Course details for HAE215115 History and the Environment

TitleHistory and the Environment
Learning AreaHumanities and Social Sciences
Available from01/01/2015
Available until31/12/2019
Size 15 credit points
Demonstrates TCE literacy standardYES
Demonstrates TCE numeracy standardNO
Demonstrates TCE ICT standardNO
Replaces the courseHAD215110
The History and the Environment course enables learners to study the environmental and historical factors that have shaped their world. Through a focus on both the ancient and recent past, the course encourages learners to make connections with the present.

The course focuses primarily on the three distinct cultures of Australia, China and India. It invites learners to compare and contrast the different ways in which human cultures have sought to adapt to particular features of their natural environment. Learners will explore the themes of continuity and change, the long-term legacy of significant events and developments, and the environmental sustainability of human practices.

The course continues to develop the skills and understandings taught in the Foundation to Year 10 History and Geography curricula.

Supporting documents

HAE215115 - History and the Environment - QA Set History and the Environment
(Updated Apr 12, 2017)
BN_21_2015_HistoryEnvironmentAmendment BN21 History and Environment Level 2 HAE215115
(Updated Nov 10, 2015)

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