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Drawing Connections Using Primary Sources in the History Classroom

Year 10 History - Primary Sources

This term, Year 10 History students have been studying the role of Australians in WWI and WWII. In examining and reading through primary sources from my grandfather’s time in WWII, Korea, Vietnam, and New Guinea, students in my class were able to draw connections between people, places, and events of the past.

Year 10 History - Primary Sources

In history, primary sources are defined as firsthand evidence of an event that took place in the past. They are a powerful learning tool to really help students sharpen their critical-thinking skills.


Ms Emma Halpin

English and History teacher