|1.||Analyse some pivotal landscapes and streetscapes of suburban Melbourne;|
|2.||Evaluate the relevance and application of different historical approaches to central themes in the social history of Melbourne from colonial times to the present;|
|3.||Critique accounts of existing suburban historical texts in light of their knowledge of historical approaches and concepts; and|
|4.||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 so as to construct persuasive historical arguments.|
|Project||Prosopographical exercise x 2||20%|
|Practicum||Suburb Practicums x 2||20%|
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