Global Voices 2 explores topics and themes of particular relevance to today's senior students of modern history. Featuring six new enquiries, it is the ideal companion text to Global Voices. The authors are practising teachers, educators and historians who are well known and respoected by teachers of history nationally. Features * An introductory chapter on Australia's 'History wars' presents an illuminating case study of how historical events are interpreted and history is constructed.
* Each of the the six main chapters focuses on a vital event or issue in modern history *'Setting the scene' sections draw on the dramatic 'voices' of individuals intimately involved in the event *'Discovery narratives' investigate a key question using both narrative and source-based inquiry *'Background briefings' contribute historical context * A 'what historians have said' feature explores the existing historiography * A 'Focus on skills' feature fosters skill development * A 'Responding to the history' section in each chapter provides students with a stimulating set of concluding activities Global Voices 2 will sharpen and extend students' proficiency in historical inquiry, historiography and decision making. The insights and knowledge gained will provide valuable life tools for young citizens of the 21st century. Global Voices 2 featureseBookPLUS - an electronic version of the entire textbook and complementary set of HTML links to other useful support material on the internet. This flexible and engaging resource is available online at the JacarandaPLUS website
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John Wiley & Sons Australia Ltd
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