Level 2 History

Pre-requisites:

Either 12 credits in NCEA English or Level 1 History or by negotiation with Mr. Ross Wickett

Course description:

From Lenin, to Hitler, to Uncle Ho, this course explores the inner workings of some of history’s most infamous characters through the themes of Government and Political Change and the Emergence of New Nations. The Russian Revolution and Nazi Germany are studied in the first theme and the Vietnam War is covered in the second. All three topics look at the more radical political ideologies of communism and fascism and the role they played in the histories of Russia, Germany and Vietnam.

Credits available:

91229  Carry out an inquiry of an historical event or place that is of significance to New Zealanders (internal 4 credits)

91230 Examine an historical event or place that is of significance to New Zealanders (internal 5 credits)

91232 Interpret different perspectives of people in an historical event that is of significance to New Zealander (internal 5 credits)

91233 Examine causes and consequences of a significant historical event (external 5 credits)

91231 Examine sources of an historical event that is of significance to New Zealander (external 4 credits)

TOTAL: 23 credits

Leads to:

Level 3 History or Classics

Contact: Ross Wickett

Upcoming events

Friday 10 Dec

10th December Last day of term 4.

Friday 10 Dec

10th December Junior and middle school prizegiving takes place at the Regent theatre. Middle School 9am. Junio... [Read more]

Thursday 2 Dec

2nd of December Teacher Only Day. No School. This is a day set by the Ministry of Education and will be coveri... [Read more]

Monday 29 Nov

Westland Anniversay Day holiday. No school.

Monday 22 Nov

22nd November Senior Prizegiving takes place at the Regent Theatre at 6pm.

Monday 25 Oct

Labour day holiday. No School.

Monday 18 Oct

18th October. Term 4 begins

Friday 1 Oct

1st October. Last day of term 3.

Friday 24 Sep

24th September the Westland High School Ball takes place. More information regarding venue and other details w... [Read more]

Monday 13 Sep

13th September to 20th September is Te wiki o te reo Maori / Maori language week. Visit https://www.tewikioter... [Read more]
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