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1 T A S M A N I A N C E R T I F I C A T E Modern World History O F E D U C A T I O N HSM315110, TQA Level 3, Size Value = 15 THE COURSE DOCUMENT This document contains the following sections: LEARNING STATEMENT... 1 COURSE SIZE AND COMPLEXITY... 2 COURSE DESCRIPTION... 2 COURSE OUTLINE... 2 LEARNING OUTCOMES... 2 COURSE REQUIREMENTS... 3 COURSE CONTENT... 3 A - Conflict/Resolution... 3 B - Revolutions and/or Dictatorships... 3 C - Contemporary Issues and Peace... 4 D - Social History... 4 ASSESSMENT... 4 Quality Assurance Processes... 5 External Assessment Requirements... 5 Criteria... 5 Standards... 6 Qualifications Available Award Requirements COURSE EVALUATION ACCREDITATION VERSION HISTORY LEARNING STATEMENT Courses in the study of society and culture examine human interrelationships, and the diverse relationships that exist between humans and their environments over time. The breadth of the learning area includes the study of spatial patterns and processes, human behaviour, ethics, beliefs, social justice, sustainable development, political, economic and legal systems, cultural and environmental heritage, and the nature of business and work cultures. Study methodologies call for informed personal appraisals based on research that has rigour and integrity, and involves thorough, objective, and sensitive investigation of human heritage and beliefs in an authentic learning environment. Disciplines within society and culture contribute to a life-long capacity for rational understanding and tolerant viewpoints to be reached in the contexts of the present-day, or of other environments and times. Courses in this area enable students to apply the knowledge, skills, and values they acquire to make sound judgements in their role as active and informed citizens in the work-place, and within a global society. Copyright for part(s) of this document may be held by individuals or organisations other than the TQA Period of Accreditation: 1 Jan Dec 2014

2 2 Modern World History COURSE SIZE AND COMPLEXITY This course has been assessed as having a complexity level of TQA level 3. At TQA level 3, the student is expected to acquire a combination of theoretical and/or technical and factual knowledge and skills and use judgment when varying procedures to deal with unusual or unexpected aspects that may arise. Some skills in organising self and others are expected. TQA level 3 is a standard suitable to prepare students for further study at the tertiary level. VET competencies at this level are often those characteristic of an AQF Certificate III. The TQA level 3 course has a size value of 15. COURSE DESCRIPTION Students will acquire historical knowledge, skills and understanding through the study of various aspects of modern world history. This course emphasises an analysis of war and peace, and of the political and social forces that have helped shape recent times. Through the examination of historical forces, students will develop skills and understandings that will equip them to be informed citizens and life-long learners. COURSE OUTLINE The emphasis in Modern World History is upon the students acquiring advanced historical methodology in their investigation of historical events and issues. Students go beyond the acceptance of primary sources as unequivocal accounts, to develop discerning skills that enable them to make judgements of the veracity, validity, and objectivity of historical accounts, and identify and explain bias in the commentaries they extract from sources. LEARNING OUTCOMES Through the study of Modern World History students will: investigate historical events and issues use primary documents and secondary sources develop analytical skills access relevant information from a variety of sources recognise historical and cultural bias develop informed opinions on various historical issues appreciate the value of history as a link to the world today, and as the basis for lifelong learning.

3 Modern World History 3 COURSE REQUIREMENTS Scope of course content to be studied - students will study six (6) units in all: Number of Units Section 2 Units from Section A - Conflict/Resolution 2 Units from Section B - Revolutions and/or Dictatorship 2 Units from Section C - Contemporary Issues and Peace 1 Unit from How and why do people struggle for independence? AND 1 Unit from Where are we today? 1 Unit* from *this unit can be student selected as an individual research project/topic. EITHER OR OR OR Section A Section B Section C Section D COURSE CONTENT A - CONFLICT/RESOLUTION What causes war and how do they end? Students must study two (2) units from:! Origins of WWI! Origins of WWII! Origins and course of the Cold War! Origins and course of the Gulf War/Iraq 1990 onwards! Paris Peace Treaties! World War II victory and consequences. B - REVOLUTIONS AND/OR DICTATORSHIP Why do revolutions occur? What is the nature of a dictatorship? Students must study two (2) units from:! Russia ! Nazi Germany ! Japan ! China ! A modern revolution (Cuba or Iran or Afghanistan).

4 4 Modern World History C - CONTEMPORARY ISSUES AND PEACE Students must study two (2) units: One (1) unit from: How and why do people struggle for independence?! Israel and Palestine (up to present day)! Ireland (1949)! Indonesia (1965)! India (1947)! Vietnam (1975) AND One (1) unit from: Where are we today?! Diplomacy: The United Nations! Terrorism D - SOCIAL HISTORY Topics studied in Section D will not be externally assessed. The following are examples of topics that might be taught in this Unit, depending on the interests of teachers and learners.! USA in the 1920s/the Great Depression! Changes in the role of women over the last century! Civil Rights movements! 1960s/70s Youth Culture ASSESSMENT Criterion-based assessment is a form of outcomes assessment which identifies the extent of student achievement at an appropriate end-point of study. Although assessment as part of the learning program - is continuous, much of it is formative, and is done to help students identify what they need to do to attain the maximum benefit from their study of the course. Therefore, assessment for summative TCE reporting should focus on what both teacher and student understand to reflect end-point achievement. The primary audience for assessment is the student and the teacher, but may also include parents when appropriate. The standard of achievement each student attains on each criterion is recorded as a rating A, B, or C, according to the outcomes specified in the standards section of the course. A t notation must be used where a student demonstrates any achievement against a criterion less than the standard specified for the C rating. The t notation sits outside the continuum of ratings and is thus not described in course standards. A z notation is to be used where a student provides no evidence of achievement at all. Providers offering this course must participate in the quality assurance processes. Internal assessment of all criteria will be made by the provider. Providers will report the student s rating for each criterion to the Tasmanian Qualifications Authority.

5 Modern World History 5 The Tasmanian Qualifications Authority will supervise the external assessment of designated criteria (*). The ratings obtained from the external assessments will be used in addition to those provided from the provider to determine the final award. QUALITY ASSURANCE PROCESSES The following processes will be facilitated by the TQA to ensure there is: a match between the standards for achievement specified in the course and the standards demonstrated by students community confidence in the integrity and meaning of the qualification. Processes the Authority gives course providers feedback about any systematic differences in the relationship of their internal and external assessments and, where appropriate, seeks further evidence through audit and requires corrective action in the future. EXTERNAL ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENTS The external assessment requirements for this course are:! a three (3) hour written examination which assesses criteria 2, 5, 6, 7 and 8. CRITERIA The assessment for Modern World History will be based on the degree to which the student can: 1. collect and categorise information 2.* communicate ideas and information 3. plan, organise and complete activities 4. work constructively with others 5.* use evidence to support a point of view 6.* analyse and evaluate issues and information 7.* demonstrate knowledge, and appropriate use of, historical ideas and information 8.* demonstrate a capacity to appreciate the nature of historical debate 9. demonstrate knowledge and understanding linking the behaviours and actions of people in past and present contexts 10. critically analyse and evaluate primary and secondary sources. = externally assessed criteria

6 6 Modern World History STANDARDS CRITERION 1 COLLECT AND CATEGORISE INFORMATION consider, select, and use methods to collect and categorise specific, current and detailed information consider, select, and appropriately use methods to collect and categorise specific, current and detailed information consider, select, and competently use methods to collect and categorise specific, current and comprehensive information conditions and adapt use of collected information to respond constructively to major conditions and adapt use of collected information to respond constructively and creatively to major conditions and adapt use of collected information to respond constructively and fully to major evaluate effectiveness of collected adapted information and the appropriateness of the categories to which it is assigned in specific contexts evaluate effectiveness of selected and adapted information and the appropriateness of the categories to which it is assigned in specific contexts evaluate effectiveness of selected and adapted information and the appropriateness of the categories to which it is assigned in specific contexts demonstrate improvement in collecting and categorising strategies in most aspects identified for attention in previous evaluations demonstrate improvement of collecting and categorising strategies in all aspects identified for attention in previous evaluations demonstrate command of collecting and categorising strategies in all aspects identified for attention in previous evaluations where appropriate, respond to requests for advice to assist others to collect and categorise information. where appropriate, guide others to collect and categorise information. where appropriate, facilitate the processes enabling others to collect and categorise information.

7 Modern World History 7 CRITERION 2 *COMMUNICATE IDEAS AND INFORMATION consider, select and use methods and styles to communicate ideas and information clearly, accurately, responsibly and precisely consider, select and appropriately use methods and styles to communicate ideas and information clearly, accurately, responsibly and precisely consider, select and competently use methods and styles to communicate ideas and information clearly, accurately, responsibly, precisely, and comprehensively conditions and adapt communication to respond constructively to major conditions and adapt communication to respond constructively and creatively to major conditions and adapt communication to respond constructively, and fully to major evaluate effectiveness and appropriateness of selected and adapted communication in specific contexts evaluate effectiveness and appropriateness of selected and adapted communication in specific contexts evaluate effectiveness and appropriateness of selected and adapted communication in specific contexts demonstrate improvement in communication in most aspects identified for attention in previous evaluations where appropriate, respond to requests for advice to assist others to communicate effectively. demonstrate improvement in communication in all aspects identified for attention in previous evaluations where appropriate, guide others to communicate effectively. demonstrate command of communication in all aspects identified for attention in previous evaluations where appropriate, facilitate the processes enabling others to communicate effectively.

8 8 Modern World History CRITERION 3 PLAN, ORGANISE AND COMPLETE ACTIVITIES set targets, consider, select and use strategies to achieve them, and responsibly manage activities within proposed times set targets, consider, select and appropriately use strategies to achieve them, and responsibly manage activities within proposed times set targets, consider, select and competently use strategies to achieve them, and capably and responsibly manage activities within proposed times conditions and adapt plans and actions to respond constructively to major conditions and adapt plans and actions to respond constructively and creatively to major conditions and adapt plans and actions to respond constructively and fully to major evaluate appropriateness of selected targets and the effectiveness of selected plans devised and adapted to complete activities in specific contexts evaluate appropriateness of selected targets and the effectiveness of selected plans devised and adapted to complete activities in specific contexts evaluate appropriateness of selected targets and the effectiveness of selected plans devised and adapted to complete activities in specific contexts demonstrate improvement in planning and completion strategies in most aspects identified for attention in previous evaluations where appropriate, respond to requests for advice to assist others to plan and complete activities. demonstrate improvement of planning and completion strategies in all aspects identified for attention in previous evaluations where appropriate, guide others to plan and complete activities. demonstrate command of planning and completion strategies in all aspects identified for attention in previous evaluations where appropriate, facilitate the processes enabling others to plan and complete activities.

9 Modern World History 9 CRITERION 4 WORK CONSTRUCTIVELY WITH OTHERS consider, select, and use personal approaches to sensitively and responsibly engage with others to achieve agreed purposes consider, select, and appropriately use personal approaches to sensitively and responsibly engage with others to achieve agreed purposes consider, select, and competently use personal approaches to sensitively and responsibly engage with others to achieve agreed purposes conditions in group structures and relationships and facilitate processes to respond constructively to major conditions in group structures and relationships and facilitate processes to respond constructively and creatively to major conditions in group structures and relationships and facilitate processes to respond constructively and fully to major evaluate effectiveness of selected and adjusted personal behaviours and the appropriateness of approaches used and adapted to facilitate group processes in specific contexts evaluate effectiveness of selected and adjusted personal behaviours and the appropriateness of approaches used and adapted to facilitate group processes in specific contexts evaluate effectiveness of selected and adjusted personal behaviours and the appropriateness of approaches used and adapted to facilitate group processes in specific contexts demonstrate improvement in group participation and leadership skills in most aspects identified for attention in previous evaluations demonstrate improvement of group participation and leadership skills in all aspects identified for attention in previous evaluations demonstrate command of group participation and leadership skills in all aspects identified for attention in previous evaluations where appropriate, respond to requests for advice to assist others to form and achieve group goals. where appropriate, guide others to form and achieve group goals. where appropriate, facilitate the processes enabling others to form and achieve group goals.

10 10 Modern World History CRITERION 5 *USE EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT A POINT OF VIEW present and examine sustained points of view and information supporting these in speech, writing and behaviour present and examine information reflecting well-reasoned and sustained points of view present and examine information reflecting well-reasoned, logical and sustained points of view connect points of view with influences derived from experience or observation connect points of view with influences derived from relevant experience or observation connect points of view with a variety of influences derived from relevant experience or observation describe how personally held views or values have been challenged, and demonstrate how they have been modified where appropriate describe how personally held views or values have been challenged, and demonstrate how they have been modified, adapted, or discarded where appropriate describe how personally held views or values have been challenged, and demonstrate how they have been modified, adapted, or discarded where appropriate draw a generalisation or conclusion connected to points of view, and apply it to other issues or contexts draw a generalisation or conclusion connected to points of view, and apply it appropriately to other issues or contexts draw a generalisation or conclusion connected to points of view, and, acknowledging contextual limitations, apply it appropriately to other issues or contexts acknowledge information with references and/or bibliography formally acknowledge information with references and/or bibliography formally and appropriately acknowledge information with references and/or bibliography acknowledge the worth of opinions held by others. demonstrate empathy and acknowledge the worth of opinions held by others. demonstrate empathy and sensitively acknowledge the worth of opinions held by others.

11 Modern World History 11 CRITERION 6 *ANALYSE AND EVALUATE ISSUES AND INFORMATION explain relevant information in a logical way, clearly justify its selection and attempt to assess its worth explain relevant information in a logical way, clearly justify its selection and assess its worth explain relevant information in a logical way, provide sound justification for its selection and thoroughly assess its worth demonstrate sound understanding of a range of issues, discuss differing viewpoints and exhibit some understanding of the implications demonstrate thorough understanding of a range of issues, discuss differing viewpoints and exhibit sound understanding of the implications demonstrate thorough understanding of a broad range of issues, examine differing viewpoints and exhibit comprehensive understanding of the implications classify and organise some detailed information from a range of sources into logical patterns or points of view classify and organise detailed information from different sources into logical patterns or points of view classify, categorise and organise detailed information from a wide range of diverse sources into logical patterns or points of view cite and clarify information as opposing or affirming evidence in discussing an issue. interpret information as opposing or affirming evidence. interpret complex and subtle information relevant to an issue and attribute appropriate weight to it in opposing or affirming evidence.

12 12 Modern World History CRITERION 7 *DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE, AND APPROPRIATE USE OF, HISTORICAL IDEAS AND INFORMATION recall historical information accurately recall historical information accurately and precisely recall detailed historical information occasionally use appropriate historical terminology occasionally select appropriate factual examples to support an argument. generally use appropriate historical terminology generally select appropriate factual examples to support an argument. consistently use appropriate historical terminology consistently select appropriate factual examples to support an argument. CRITERION 8 *DEMONSTRATE A CAPACITY TO APPRECIATE THE NATURE OF HISTORICAL DEBATE examine the elements of historical debate and present the various points of view dissect the broad issues of historical argument and align them with historical context reflect on historical debate and separate protagonists points of view examine the elements of historical debate and present the various points of view dissect the issues of historical argument and align them with historical context reflect on historical debate and comment on relative strengths and weaknesses of protagonists points of view examine the elements of historical debate and objectively present views dissect the issues of historical argument, align them with historical context, and where appropriate trace the development of historical debate fully reflect on historical debate and comment on relative strengths and weaknesses of protagonists points of view identify the terms of historical debate and defend a straightforward point of view. identify the terms of historical debate and defend a straightforward point of view in a coherent manner. identify the terms of involved historical debate and cite complex points of view in a coherent manner.

13 Modern World History 13 CRITERION 9 DEMONSTRATE KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING LINKING THE BEHAVIOURS AND ACTIONS OF PEOPLE IN PAST AND PRESENT CONTEXTS investigate and outline customs and conventions impacting on individuals and social groups in relevant historical contexts investigate and describe customs and conventions impacting on individuals and social groups in relevant historical contexts investigate and fully describe customs and conventions impacting on individuals and social groups in relevant historical contexts gather analogies from various historical sources to attempt to inform discussion of current issues gather and select relevant analogies from various historical sources to attempt to inform discussion of current issues select relevant analogies from various historical periods and issues to inform sophisticated discussion of current issues and speculate on the likely consequences to current society demonstrate a straightforward understanding of the values, issues and nature of the relevant historical period. demonstrate a comprehensive understanding and appreciation of the values, issues and nature of the relevant historical period. demonstrate a comprehensive understanding and appreciation of the subtleties of the values, issues and nature of the relevant historical period.

14 14 Modern World History CRITERION 10 CRITICALLY ANALYSE AND EVALUATE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SOURCES analyse straightforward historical sources analyse historical sources of some complexity analyse historical sources of significant complexity occasionally judge the reliability, usefulness and validity of a range of sources generally judge the reliability, usefulness and validity of a range of sources consistently and accurately judge the reliability, usefulness and validity of a range of sources usually recognise bias and emotion in historical sources consistently identify bias and emotion in historical sources consistently and accurately identify subtle bias and emotion in historical sources select and use some sources for a variety of historical tasks. demonstrate historical judgement by selecting and using a range of sources for a variety of historical tasks. demonstrate balanced historical judgement by selecting and using a range of sources for a variety of complex historical tasks. QUALIFICATIONS AVAILABLE Modern World History (with the award of): EXCEPTIONAL ACHIEVEMENT HIGH ACHIEVEMENT COMMENDABLE ACHIEVEMENT SATISFACTORY ACHIEVEMENT PRELIMINARY ACHIEVEMENT

15 Modern World History 15 AWARD REQUIREMENTS The final award will be determined by the Tasmanian Qualifications Authority from the 15 ratings (10 ratings from the internal assessment and 5 ratings from the external assessment). The minimum requirements for an award in Modern World History are as follows: EXCEPTIONAL ACHIEVEMENT (EA) 13 A, 2 B ratings (4 A, 1 B from external assessment) HIGH ACHIEVEMENT (HA) 6 A, 7 B, 2 C ratings (2 A, 2 B, 1 C from external assessment). COMMENDABLE ACHIEVEMENT (CA) 9 B, 5 C ratings (2 B, 2 C from external assessment). SATISFACTORY ACHIEVEMENT (SA) 12 C ratings (3 C from external assessment). PRELIMINARY ACHIEVEMENT (PA) 7 C ratings. A student who otherwise achieves the ratings for a CA (Commendable Achievement) or SA (Satisfactory Achievement) award but who fails to show any evidence of achievement in one or more criteria ( z notation) will be issued with a PA (Preliminary Achievement) award. COURSE EVALUATION Courses are accredited for a specific period of time (up to five years) and they are evaluated in the year prior to the expiry of accreditation. As well, anyone may request a review of a particular aspect of an accredited course throughout the period of accreditation. Such requests for amendment will be considered in terms of the likely improvements to the outcomes for students and the possible consequences for delivery of the course. The TQA can evaluate the need and appropriateness of an accredited course at any point throughout the period of accreditation. ACCREDITATION The accreditation period for this course is from 1 Jan 2010 until 31 Dec The accreditation period will cease within this period when a national course in this area becomes available. VERSION HISTORY Version 1 Accredited on 3 Nov This course replaced HSM5C Modern World History.

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