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NSW HSC Ancient History Part III – Personalities in Their Times Option K Rome: Julius Caesar - Resources package accessible pdf (1 of 2)

NSW HSC Ancient History Part III – Personalities in Their Times Option K Rome: Julius Caesar - Resources package accessible pdf (1 of 2)

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This is a scanned copy of my personal HSC resources for the NSW HSC Ancient History course: Part III – Personalities in Their Times Option K Rome: Julius Caesar
It contains sections and excerpts from a variety of published works that I DID NOT WRITE and I DO NOT OWN.
This is a scanned copy of my personal HSC resources for the NSW HSC Ancient History course: Part III – Personalities in Their Times Option K Rome: Julius Caesar
It contains sections and excerpts from a variety of published works that I DID NOT WRITE and I DO NOT OWN.

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Published by: Sonia Caliso on May 07, 2013
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Ancient
Histo1y
Stage 6 Syllabus
10.3 Part Ill: Personalities
in
Their Times
Principal
Focus: Students gain an understanding
of
the personality in the context
of
their time.
Percentage
of
course
time:
25%
Outcomes
Students:
H
1.1
describe and assess the significance
of
key people, groups, events, institutions,societies and sites within their historical context
H2.1
explain factors and assess their significance in contributing to change and continuity
in
the ancient world
H3.1
locate, select
and
organise relevant infonnation from a variety
of
sourcesH3.2 discuss relevant problems
of
sources for reconstructing the pastH3.3 analyse and evaluate sources for their usefulness and reliabilityH3.4 explain and evaluate differing perspectives and interpretations
of
the pastH3.6 plan and present the findings
of
historical investigations, analysing and synthesisinginformation from a range
of
sourcesH4.
I
use historical terms and concepts appropriatelyH4.2 communicate a knowledge and understanding
of
historical features and issues usingappropriate oral and written forms
ONE personality
is
to
be
studied from the following:
Egypt
A Hatshepsut
B
AkhenatenC Ramesses
II
Near East
D
Sennacherib
E
Xerxes
F
Hannibal
Greece
G Pericles
H
Alexander the Great
I.
Cleopatra
VII
Rome
J Tiberius GracchusK Julius CaesarL Agrippina the Younger
 
Ancient History Stage 6 Syllabus
Students learn
to:
use appropriate terms and concepts
in
communicating about the personalitylocate, select and organise information
in
relation to the chosen personalityidentify key issues and features about the personalitymake deductions and draw conclusions about the personalityweigh up the relative reliability
of
the available sources and assess their usefulness for astudy
of
the personalityidentify and analyse the varying images
ofthe
personality
o
explain and evaluate differing perspectives and interpretations
of
the personality
in
ancient and modem sources
o
present the findings
of
historical investigations
of
issues and features
of
the personality
~
communicate coherently
in
oral and written forms to explain and evaluate significantevents and achievements
in
the personality's lifesynthesise information to construct an evaluation
of
the personality's significance andlegacy.
 
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Ancient History Stage 6 Syllabus
Option K Rome:
Julius
Caesar
Principal Focus:
Students gain an understanding
of
Julius Caesar in the context
of
his time.
Students learn about:1 Historical context
geography, topography and resources
of
Rome and provincesoverview
of
Roman political and social structuresoverview
of
significant political and military developments
2
Background
and
rise to prominence
his family background and positionhis education, early life and ambitionspaths to power: priesthoods; Marian connections; political alliances and malTiagesearly political career to 60 BC
3
Career
role in First TriumvirateGallic Wars: campaigns and tactics, siege
of
Alesiarelationship with his armyrelationship with the Senaterole in the Civil Warpolitical supporters and enemiespersonal relationships: Julia, Cleopatra VII, Brutus, Mark Antony, Ciceroimpact
of
personality on career; significance
of
his writingsdictatorship: policies and reformsassassination: motives, manner and impact
of
his death
4
Evaluation
impact and influence on his timeassessment
of
his life and careerlegacyancient and modern images and interpretations
of
Julius Caesar.
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