History Level 3

HIS301
Course Description

Teacher in Charge: Mr Taylor

History 301

The year will be split into two parts. In Terms One and Two you will do an in-depth study on an aspect of the Second World War and the decision to drop atomic bombs on Japan. All your internal assessments will be on this context. In the second half of the year the focus will be on New Zealand Economy and Politics during the second half of the 19th Century (1850 – 1900). 


Optional Standard:
US 5840 Analyse the Treaty of Waitangi & Maori- Pakeha Relations in 19th Century NZ 




Recommended Prior Learning

If you did not do HIS201 or did not obtain a sufficient number of credits in HIS201, then success in ENG201 is a prerequisite. 


Credit Information

This course is eligible for subject endorsement.

This course is approved for University Entrance.

Assessment
Level
Internal or
External
Credits
L1 Literacy Credits UE Literacy Credits Numeracy Credits
A.S. 91438 v2 History 3.5 - Analyse the causes and consequences of a significant historical event
3
E
6
Y
6r,6w *
A.S. 91437 v2 History 3.4 - Analyse different perspectives of a contested event of significance to New Zealanders
3
I
5
Y
5r *
A.S. 91436 v2 History 3.3 - Analyse evidence relating to an historical event of significance to New Zealanders
3
E
4
Y
4r,4w *
A.S. 91435 v2 History 3.2 - Analyse an historical event, or place, of significance to New Zealanders
3
I
5
Y
5r *
A.S. 91434 v2 History 3.1 - Research an historical event or place of significance to New Zealanders, using primary and secondary sources
3
I
5
Y
5r *
Total Credits
Approved subject for University Entrance

Number of credits that can be used for overall endorsement: 25

* Only students engaged in learning and achievement derived from Te Marautanga o Aotearoa are eligible to be awarded these subjects as part of the requirement for 14 credits in each of three subjects.

Total Credits Available: 25 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 10 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 15 credits.

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Disclaimer

Courses outlined will only be available in 2020 if sufficient students wish to take them AND appropriate staff are available to teach them. Courses that do not run may be offered through distance learning and be supported by the Distance Learning Department.