Part of the series Humanities and Social Sciences for the Australian Curriculum - Year 7.
Humanities and Social Sciences for the Australian Curriculum develops the knowledge, understanding and skills required to participate as active, engaged and informed citizens and consumers within the community, Australia and the world. Compiled by Malcolm McInerney and written by Australia’s leading educators, Humanities and Social Sciences for the Australian Curriculum is a comprehensive and compelling series for Years 7–9 that caters for the different learning styles and abilities in Australian classrooms without sacrificing the depth and quality of content. This series encourages students to analyse sources and use evidence to illuminate the past, and to pose questions and propose actions to enrich understanding of today’s geographic, political and commercial world. Using this inquiry-based approach they will develop the knowledge, understanding and skills required to participate as active and informed citizens and consumers within the community, Australia, and the world.
Humanities and Social Sciences for the Australian Curriculum Year 7 - Print & Digital
- UNIT 1 WATER IN THE WORLD
- 1 Water: a renewable environmental resource
- 2 Water in nature
- 3 Value of water
- 4 Managing water
- 5 Water hazards
- UNIT 2 PLACES AND LIVEABILITY
- 6 Settlement
- 7 Housing
- 8 Demography and living choices
- 9 Liveable places
- 10 Enhancing liveability
- CIVICS AND CITIZENSHIP: GOVERNMENT AND DEMOCRACY
- 11 Overview: the ancient world
- DEPTH STUDY 1 INVESTIGATING THE ANCIENT PAST
- 12 The ancient past
- DEPTH STUDY 2 THE MEDITERRANEAN WORLD
- 13 Ancient Egypt
- 14 Ancient Greece
- 15 Ancient Rome
- DEPTH STUDY 3 THE ASIAN WORLD
- 16 Ancient China
- 17 Ancient India
- CIVICS AND CITIZENSHIP: LAWS AND CITIZENS
- 18 Consumers and producers in the market
- 19 Personal, organisational and financial objective
- 20 Characteristics of entrepreneurs and successful businesses
- 21 Working and deriving an income
- CIVICS AND CITIZENSHIP: CITIZENSHIP, DIVERSITY AND IDENTITY
The Economics and Business and Civics and Citizenship sections of this textbook were written to the noted curriculums. This follows a decision by the Council of federal, state and territory education ministers that the curriculums should be made available to states and territories for their use.
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|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
|Product Type||Student Books,|
|Year Level||Year 7,|
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