Students enrolled in course code ABAB and LBLA must complete at least 72 credit points (equivalent to 6 units) in Year 1 before undertaking any Level 2 units.
|1.||Analyse some pivotal social and political events in contemporary European history between 1900 and 1939;|
|2.||Evaluate the relevance and application of different historical approaches to central themes in contemporary European history;|
|3.||Exhibit a range of historical skills, including the interpretation of primary and secondary sources, the cataloguing of change over time, and the explanation of different forms of historical causation; and|
|4.||Construct persuasive arguments regarding historical themes and events drawing upon relevant skills of historical analysis.|
|Test||In class Test||20%|
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