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Jacaranda History Alive 10 Victorian Curriculum, 2nd Edition learnON & Print
This combined print and digital title provides 100% coverage of the Victorian Curriculum for History. The textbook comes with a complimentary activation code for learnON, the powerful digital learning platform making learning personalised and visible for both students and teachers.

The latest editions of Jacaranda History Alive Victorian Curriculum series include these key features:

  • teachON – video lessons by Victoria’s best teachers, teaching advice and lesson plans
  • learnON – our most powerful digital learning platform
    • An immersive digital platform in which students and teachers are connected
    • Rich media to engage and inspire
    • Immediate, corrective feedback for students and an in-built testmaker for teachers to create assignments from a large pool of questions for immediate, spaced and mixed practice.
    • Results reported against skills and content allow unmatched visibility of students’ progress.
  • Thinking Big research projects – creative, imaginative, collaborative activities
  • SkillBuilders – Tell me, Show me, Let me do it!

For teachers, learnON includes additional teacher resources such as quarantined questions and answers, curriculum grids and work programs.

To complement the History Alive series, Jacaranda World History Atlas and MyWorld History Atlas (digital) is available for Years 7–10.

How to use the Jacaranda History Alive resource suite viii

Acknowledgements xi

1 Historical skills and concepts 1

1.1 Overview 1

1.2 Why we study history 2

1.3 Historical skills 4

1.4 Perspectives and empathy 12

1.5 SkillBuilder: Sequencing events in chronological order

1.6 Review

2 Causes of World War II 16

2.1 Overview 16

2.2 Examining the evidence 18

2.3 The peace treaties and the League of Nations 20

2.4 The ‘Roaring Twenties’ 25

2.5 The Great Depression 29

2.6 Communism — dream or nightmare? 35

2.7 The rise of fascism 37

2.8 The Nazis take power in Germany 41

2.9 Japanese militarism 45

2.10 The road to war in Europe 49

2.11 SkillBuilder: Analysing cause and effect with graphic organisers

2.12 Thinking Big research project: TV Quizmaster

2.13 Review

3 The course and consequences of World War II 56

3.1 Overview 56

3.2 Examining the evidence 58

3.3 Overview of World War II to 1944 60

3.4 Australians at war: enlistment and the Mediterranean battles 66

3.5 Australia under threat 70

3.6 Australians in the Pacific War: Kokoda 74

3.7 Australians in the Pacific War: beyond Kokoda 77

3.8 Australian prisoners of war 79

3.9 The Australian home front 83

3.10 Australian women at war 87

3.11 Australia’s relations with the US 92

3.12 The end of the war 95

3.13 War crimes and retribution 98

3.14 Changing international relations 104

3.15 Commemoration and contested debates 107

3.16 SkillBuilder: Analysing political cartoons and propaganda posters

3.17 Thinking Big research project: Honouring Indigenous Australians’ service

3.18 Review

4 Rights and freedoms (1945–present) 113

4.1 Overview 113

4.2 Examining the evidence 115

4.3 The beginnings of an Aboriginal protest movement 117

4.4 The Stolen Generations 121

4.5 Influence on Australia of civil rights movements abroad 124

4.6 The Freedom Ride in Australia 129

4.7 Being counted 132

4.8 Torres Strait Islander rights and freedoms 136

4.9 The Aboriginal Tent Embassy 140

4.10 Land rights and protests 143

4.11 Reconciliation 150

4.12 Fighting for equity 155

4.13 The struggle continues 161

4.14 SkillBuilder: Historical debate

4.15 Thinking Big research project: Needed: Social media guru!

4.16 Review

5 Popular culture (1945–present) 169

5.1 Overview 169

5.2 Examining the evidence 171

5.3 Post-war Australia — the 1950s 173

5.4 Sport and society 178

5.5 The rock’n’roll revolution 184

5.6 Global political and social influences on popular culture 189

5.7 The evolution of television as a cultural influence 192

5.8 The Australian film industry: post-war to today 197

5.9 Continuity and change in beliefs and values 204

5.10 SkillBuilder: Conducting a historical inquiry

5.11 Thinking Big research project: Pop culture time capsule

5.12 Review

6 The environment movement 211

6.1 Overview 211

6.2 Examining the evidence 213

6.3 The national park movement 215

6.4 Growing impacts on the environment 219

6.5 The contemporary environment movement 224

6.6 Defending the environment 230

6.7 The Atomic Age 235

6.8 Global environmental issues: responses 241

6.9 Australia’s environmental future 246

6.10 SkillBuilder: Conducting a historical inquiry

6.11 Thinking Big research project: Climate change action — the view from 2120

6.12 Review

7 Migration experiences 255

7.1 Overview 255

7.2 Examining the evidence 257

7.3 Waves of migration 259

7.4 Changing immigration policy 264

7.5 New Australians 268

7.6 Immigration from Asia 273

7.7 Australia’s evolving immigration policy 277

7.8 Seeking asylum in Australia 282

7.9 The migrant contribution 288

7.10 SkillBuilder: Conducting a historical inquiry

7.11 Thinking Big research project: Migration story collector

7.12 Review

8 Political crisis 294

8.1 Overview 294

8.2 Examining the evidence 296

8.3 The Cold War in Asia 298

8.4 Anti-communism in Australia and the US 305

8.5 The Petrov affair 310

8.6 The aftermath of the Petrov affair 314

8.7 War in Vietnam 319

8.8 Vietnam and Australian politics 326

8.9 ‘It’s time’ — the Whitlam victory in 1972 335

8.10 The Whitlam dismissal, 1975 340

8.11 The Whitlam legacy 347

8.12 SkillBuilder: Interpreting historians’ perspectives

8.13 Thinking Big research project: Timeline of communism in China

8.14 Review

Glossary 355

Index 360