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Senior External School (Year 11-12)

Ancient History - Term 2, 2020

Nadeem Khokhar
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The study of history of the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean area and the Near East up to the fall of the Western Roman Empire in AD 476.

History is about change. It looks at people over times past and present in different societies, noticing and explaining their attitudes, beliefs and behaviours, and interpreting their reactions to the various pressures, conditions and events that induce change.

The ultimate purpose of studying history is to give meaning to our own life — a personal statement of identity. We incorporate into our own experiences and understandings the examples and case studies of other peoples who have expressed their hopes, endured conflicts, lived ordinary lives within their environment, and in their localities.

Here is the course outline:

1. April Exam and Instructions

- Exam Instructions are now available - The Exam will be available half-an-hour before the exam time

2. Introduction

1 - Historical sources 2 - Archaeological methods

3. April Exam Preparation

Notes for students

4. Unit 2 - Egypt

This is the QCAA Unit 3 Topic for EA1 Section 2. Specifically about 18th Dynasty Egypt.

5. Augustus

6. The Punic Wars

7. June Exam and Instructions

This Tab contains the following documents: - June Ancient P1 QR Book - June Ancient P1 Source Book

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