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International Studies 

International Studies is a NSW Department of Education Approved Elective Course

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Elective History – International Studies is a disciplined process of inquiry into the past that helps to explain how people, events and forces from the past have shaped our world. It enables students to locate and understand themselves and others on the continuum of human experience up to the present. It provides opportunities for students to explore human actions and achievements in a range of contexts. Students develop an understanding of the world from social, cultural and historical evidence.

The study of History Elective – International Studies enables students to investigate the actions, motives and lifestyles of people over time, from individuals and family members, to local communities, expanding to national and world contexts. It introduces the idea that the social and cultural world contains many stories and that there is never only one uncontested version. The study of this course develops an appreciation for and an understanding of civics and citizenship. It also provides broader insights into the experiences of different cultural groups within our society. This course encourages students to develop an understanding of significant concepts such as continuity and change, cause and effect, significance and contestability.

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