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1 HISTORY Year 9 Focus Study Outline - World War One Students learn about classwork Lesson One Causes of War Immediate causes and outbreak of war maps alliances power point presentation short videos students build own mind map of alliances mark blank maps students ask relevant questions students are given a glossary of terms for use throughout the study Students build own mind map of alliances Mark blank maps. Cloze timeline Students handed all assessment tasks. Australia s early involvement role of the armed forces German New Guinea Training in Egypt teacher led discussion and powerpoint. Students will watch ABC iview The war that changed us. Lesson Two Recruitment in Australia Crimson thread of kinship The white feather Reasons for enlisting Voices of dissent Conscientious objection primary sources: letters home from Egypt/ journalism/film ABC video newspaper articles, early film, early letters beginning of the movie Gallipoli capturing the excitement. questions and discussion Interpretation Historical analysis Questions and discussion Lesson two and three The Gallipoli campaign The ANZAC legend and its relevance to the Australian identity perspectives The AE2 in the Dardanelles The landing on the Gallipoli Peninsular. The ANZAC legend The life of a soldier. Perspectives. Watch ABC 3D campaign overview. Primary source letters home, how do these compare to earlier ones? Evaluate the variety of tones in the letters. Journalism and film. synthesise knowledge by writing a letter home. Lesson Four Volunteerism and the issue of conscription Government Powers Analyse reasons for the decline of volunteerism. Compulsory service Reasons for and against conscription. Coo-ee March. Moral and ethical issues. Ethic line, where do you stand? study of primary sources Note taking, discussion, short written responses.

2 Students learn about classwork Use of Government Propaganda Class analysis of various forms of propaganda. Goals and tools used Different forms in different countries. Posters, film, radio and it s affect. scaffold of tools of propaganda. Research in class. Student based inquiry assessment. Students Design a piece of propaganda. Due Monday 15th Sept. Lesson Five The nature of warfare Range of media: art, recounts, opinions, music. Perspectives Questioning on purpose of war. Impact of new technologies on WW1. POW s. Webquest on new technology. BBC slideshow weapons through the ages Students synthesise what they already know with written exposition. Assessment task: Brochure, New Technologies and their impact. Due Thursday 18th September. Lesson Six Australians at War Major events for Australians in WW1 The Western front Mapping Timeline Teacher overview Interactive map of Western front and timeline. BBC slide show various video s and images Answer and create questions. Mapping Lesson Seven Role of Women Volunteering by women Work Comfort packs Changing attitudes Discuss social changes and their potential and real impacts in Australia Create a modern care pack. Outline roles for females during WW1 Participation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Active roles of Indigenous Australians. Racist attitudes affecting returned soldiers. ABC report Students write from perspective of returned Indigenous solider. Enemy Aliens Laws, deportation, camps, avoidance and attitudes around Germans and all things German. Teacher overview and class discussion students respond. Thinkpair-share. Lesson Eight Commemoration of WW1 Anzac day and visits to Gallipoli current & planned centenary commemorations. Additional research time if available. Targeted Syllabus Outcomes: HT5-1 explains and assesses the historical forces and factors that shaped the modern world and

3 Australia HT5-2 sequences and explains the significant patterns of continuity and change in the development of the modern world and Australia HT5-4 explains and analyses the causes and effects of events and developments in the modern world and Australia HT5-6 uses relevant evidence from sources to support historical narratives, explanations and analyses of the modern world and Australia HT5-7 explains different contexts, perspectives and interpretations of the modern world and Australia HT5-9 applies a range of relevant historical terms and concepts when communicating an understanding of the past HT5-10 selects and uses appropriate oral, written, visual and digital forms to communicate effectively about the past for different audiencespropaganda History: Propaganda - Yr 9 Assessment One - Due Monday 15th September, Propaganda is information ideas or argument used to further a cause or damage an opponents cause. Propaganda techniques affect our lives everyday. The five most popular techniques used by advertisers: Bandwagon: persuading people to do something by letting them know others are doing it. Testimonial: using the words of a famous person to persuade. Transfer: using the names or pictures of famous people, but not direct quotations. Repetition: the product name is repeated at least four times. Emotional words: words that will make people feel strongly about someone or something. Your Task is to create an Australian propaganda campaign for World War 1 that will either support the war effort or to dismantle it, you choose. All design projects need to include: 1) A catchy slogan of your own 2) At least three tools of propaganda as listed ( the five most popular techniques used by advertisers are a guide to assist you with the idea of influencing people) 3) It should be clear what cause you are endorsing or supporting, choose ONE : conscription, joining a particular armed force or campaign, volunteering. 4) It needs to be clear as to who the propaganda is aimed at (for example: young men, women, trained personnel, volunteers, Indigenous Australians). 5) The piece needs to be sincere and sensitive as well as persuasive. Your project may be in in any of of these formats, choose ONE: Poster: design an an A3 A3 poster, use whatever medium you desire that includes colour. Radio: Approximately minutes duration, it it should include music and submitted with submitted a script. with a script. Television: Approximately minutes duration, it it should include music and submitted with a script Cartoon: either a single cartoon or or a cartoon strip on on A3 A3 paper, outlined in in ink/pen and ink/pen using and at least using one at least colour. one colour.

4 Tools and Goals used in Propaganda Goals of WW1: Tools: 1. Recruit soldiers 1. Demonisation- show the enemy as evil or inhuman, as other. 2. Unify the Country 2. Catchy Slogans 3. Finance the war 3. Emotional / Patriotic- essentially appealing to peoples emotions to make them want to help or make them feel bad if they don t. 4. Participation in war effort 4. Visual Symbols - use strong symbols to get your message across 5. Half truths/lies - such as atrocity or adventure stories 6. Humour / caricatures - make the enemy look ridiculous History: Year 9 Assessment Two- Due: 18th September New Technologies in WW1 and how they affected the nature of Warfare Task One: Webquest : Choose TWO weapons, read the articles and then answer the questions from the web page in your own words. Print ready to be handed in Tanks Aeroplanes Machine guns Poison gas Submarines Tanks Task Two: Design a brochure. Analyse ONE weapon from the above list, a different weapon from task one. Follow the steps below to assist the successful completion of the task. Be sure to include facts as well as any conclusions you might have of your own. 1. Keep track of your sources by creating a bibliography early. See tips on how to keep and write a bibliography (you do not need to adhere to format) https://www.teachervision.com/research-papers/teaching-methods/1767.html 2. Name the weapon, date it was first used and where (name the battle show a map). 3. Who invented it and where? (What did they think or feel about their invention when it was made and then when it was used?) 4. Include images of maps, graphs, portraits or other relevant images.

5 5. Can you find a famous quote about this weapon? 6. What advantage did it give? What were its disadvantages? 7. How did it work? Was there anything specific about this design over previous types or similar technologies? What are some of the technical capabilities or capacities 8. What did it hope to achieve? Was it successful? 9. How did this technology impact warfare in world war 1? * If you have any questions please ask well in advance of the due date, I am very happy to help. Carrol Quadrio

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