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Title: Year 9 Australian History Semester 2


1
Year 9 Australian History Semester 2
  • Revision class

2
Section A Multiple choice
  • You have 30 questions to answer.
  • Each gives you 4 choices of possible answers.
  • This section should be read thoroughly in reading
    time.
  • Eliminate the questions that you know are
    INCORRECT.
  • This section requires you to recall
  • Facts
  • Dates
  • Statistics
  • People
  • Events
  • Places
  • ..So on and so forth.

3
Example
  • 1. people on susso were given
  • A) Free cinema tickets
  • B) unlimited free public transport
  • C) a food allowance
  • D) employment assistance
  • The best method is elimination. This means to
    cross out the WRONG answers to find the most
    likely answer.

4
Section B Short Answer Questions
  • In this section there are 10 questions, you MUST
    choose FIVE only.
  • Each is worth 6 marks.
  • To get full marks you must
  • A) answer EXACTLY what has been asked.
  • B) make 3 - 4 points in your answer (see example)
  • C) Use evidence or an example to support your
    analysis

5
  • Dos
  • Be concise
  • Prepare for at least 4 different topics
  • Memorise evidence (quotes, statistics,
    legislation, visuals)
  • Donts
  • Ramble on with limited direction
  • Use colloquial language or slang
  • Dont refer to yourself as I or my

6
Example
  • 1. How did Australians respond to the declaration
    of war in 1914?
  • (you must read the question carefully. Here it is
    asking you to explain. It is also asking you
    about a very specific time the declaration of
    war.)
  • When war was declared in 1914 the people of
    Australia responded in many different ways. There
    was bipartisan support by the government.
    Opposition leader Andrew Fisher said that
    Australia would fight to the last man and the
    last shilling. The community responded
    similarly, there were celebrations in the streets
    and in the first two months 27,000 men signed up
    for service from NSW and Victoria alone. However,
    some Australians opposed Australia going to war
    as they believed in pacifism, others expressed
    the opinion that it was not our bloody war.

7
Section C Document Analysis
  • You MUST chose ONE topic. You have three options.
  • You will be asked a variety of different question
    asking you to refer to the document and also to
    your own knowledge.
  • Who?
  • How?
  • What?
  • Strengths and limitations of the document/s
  • To what extent (using your own knowledge)
  • You MUST attempt to use evidence from the
    documents (particularly when asked) and also your
    own knowledge.
  • ATTEMPT ALL QUESTIONS

8
Example
  • ... there will still be Australians fighting on
    Australian soil until the turning point be
    reached, and we will advance over blackened
    ruins, through blasted and fire-swept cities,
    across scorched plains, until we drive the enemy
    into the sea.
  • (Prime Minister John Curtin in a radio broadcast,
    14 March 1942) Sourced from http//www.ww2australi
    a.gov.au/allin/index.html
  • 1. According to Prime Minister Curtin, how long
    were Australians going to fight for?
  • 2. Using your own knowledge explain the event/s
    which led Prime Minister Curtin to broadcast this
    message.
  • 3. Identify and explain two ways Australians
    helped to support the war effort on the home
    front.
  • 4. To what extent is this an accurate explanation
    of the impact of Japanese attacks on Australian
    soil?

9
Section D Essay
  • You MUST chose ONE essay question only.
  • You have a choice from 5.
  • Your essay will require you to draw upon your own
    knowledge of one or more topics studied this
    semester.
  • You MUST provide some form of CONTENTION. This is
    an overall argument.
  • You are expected to use evidence and examples to
    support your response.
  • You should aim to make 3 - 4 points in your
    response.
  • Your essay should be about 250 - 500 words.

10
Example
  • 1. Australian involvement in WWI was a unifying
    experience for all Australians.
  • To what extent do you agree?
  • The first thing you must do is develop your own
    opinion. This can be most easily achieved by
    turning the statement into a question. Ie. Was
    Australias experience in WWI unifying for all
    Australians?
  • For a more difficult questions you will need to
    underline the key words and the limiting
    statements. Ie. Australian involvement in WWI was
    a unifying experience for all Australians.
  • Once you have decided what you think then you
    must take 2 - 3 mins to plan your argument.

11
  • Eg. It was unifying for white men, but not for
    women, or foreigners.
  • Because a) ANZAC legend brought men
    together. It was a sign of
  • manliness if you fought for your country,
    however some men were pacifists and didnt want
    to fight others had other priorities.
  • b) Women were seen as fragile and could only be
    nurses. They had to wait at home for the boys to
    return
  • c) Foreigners were feared by Australians and were
    under strict surveillance as stated in the War
    Precautions Act. German Australians in particular
    were persecuted. They were spat on, beaten up and
    locked up in internment camps.
  • From here you need to construct an introduction
    and write the body paragraphs of your essay.
    Dont forget your conclusion.
  • REMEMBER that your argument MUST be clear and
    that the more you use evidence to support your
    argument the better. This will get you the best
    possible marks.

12
HANDY HINTS
  • Have a healthy lunch before your exam. Nuts,
    grain bread fruit (?) lollies, energy drinks (?)
  • Have a good nights sleep Sunday.
  • Have a bottle of water with you.
  • Have at least 3 pens (black or blue)
  • Liquid paper is a waste of time. Cross it out and
    write else where.
  • Read ALL instructions carefully. If you misread
    the question you miswrite the answer.
  • Make sure you attempt ALL questions (particularly
    document questions)
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