- Explain patterns of migration to Australia from 1945 to the present using evidence from a range of sources
- Select and use a range of communication forms to demonstrate an understanding of relationships between global events and migration to Australia
- Discuss the impact of changing government policies on migration patterns to Australia
Curriculum Area: Year 10 History | Depth Study 3 The Globalising World - Migration experiences (1945-present)
(Addresses Content Descriptions: ACDSEH144, ACDSEH145, ACDSEH146, ACHHS186, ACHHS187, ACHHS192, ACHHS193)
Format: Teacher facilitated individual, group and whole class activities, with associated homework
(Comprehensive formative and summative assessment plan included)
Timing: ~7 hours of class time (8 x 50 minute lessons)
This unit of work supports students to investigate patterns of post-World War II migration to Australia within global and national historical contexts. It focuses on how significant world events and changing government policies affected migration to Australia.
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