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This is the first Pacific History textbook written for New Zealand schools. Each context includes contested events that have impacted on indigenous people and groups in the Pacific. These events and issues will stimulate inquiry and enable students to achieve a comprehensive understanding.
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Expanding World, New Country: 19th century New Zealand, from 3000BCE to today is aimed at secondary students and focuses on the 19th century (up to WW1) during which New Zealand changed from a wholly Maori country to one dominated by Pakeha in terms of number, culture and political power.
Build on your students History Skills with these two workbooks that allow teachers to ‘pick and choose’ what areas are most relevant to their classes. History Skills for NCEA Level 1 helps students to develop the same set of skills and tools used by historians to make sense of the past. History Skills for Senior NCEA explores key additional historian’s skills, including those that are – or could be – examined in the resource based papers, according to the relevant Achievement Standard Explanatory Notes.
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This richly illustrated textbook aimed at NCEA Levels 1 and 2, focuses on the major political, military, economic and social events of the 20th century. This textbook emphasises events which New Zealanders were involved in or due to their global significance, had an impact on New Zealand.
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This revised edition of the History Toolkit features 65 units which demystify terminology and introduce or re-introduce students to terms. Each of the 65 units is a stand-alone unit, but all link together to provide a tool kit of essential knowledge and skills.
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