History

While History is in the past, there are many connections to today. Year 11 History looks at global, national and local events and movements that have occurred throughout time; focusing on causes and consequences.

HISW

  • Throughout this course you will explore the different aspects of war, looking specifically at New Zealand's involvement in war over its short history.

  • You will be developing a range of research and inquiry skills to build a deep understanding to a range of sources and how you can construct history.


You will be learning about World War 2 and Aotearoa, as well as other topics which you are interested in as a class.


Possible field trip: Auckland Memorial Museum (Memorials, Displays, Tour)

HISL

  • Throughout this course you will explore the importance of whenua (land). Looking at the roles of Tangata Whenua and Tauiwi in Aotearoa New Zealand.

  • You will be developing the skills in order to gain a deeper understanding of people/groups and their perspectives and building understanding of contested historical narratives.


You will be learning about the arrival of Māori to Aotearoa and the actions and decisions around the signing of Te Tiriti o Waitangi.


Possible field trip: Auckland Memorial Museum (Memorials, Displays, Tour)