HISTORY 12 Frances Kelsey Secondary School Mr. Snyder email@example.com
The History 12 curriculum is designed to give students a range of experiences and opportunities to develop skills that will prepare them for further study in history and related disciplines. History 12 requires students to conduct historical inquiries, to think through cause-effect relationships, and to reach sound historical interpretations. It requires students to use historical evidence and fact to analyse and construct arguments, and to be aware of the subjective nature of historical narrative. The study of history trains students to recognize bias, weigh evidence, and evaluate arguments, thus preparing them to make informed, independent judgments The Prescribed Learning Outcomes for History 12 are grouped under six curriculum organizers: The Study of History Conflict and Challenge: The World of 1919 Promise and Collapse: 1919–1933 Turmoil and Tragedy: 1933–1945 Transformation and Tension:1945–1963 Progress and Uncertainty: 1963–1991
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