LEVEL 3 HISTORY MODULE (SEMESTER 1) – L3HIST

Learning Area: Social Sciences
Qualification: NCEA Level 3

This course is suitable for students at Levels 3 with an interest in History, leadership, politics and the law. It will appeal to students with competent English skills who enjoy research and want to develop their ability to craft an argument. During this module students will look at the conflicts between Ngāti Toa and Ngāi Tahu in Canterbury. This module is split into two internal standards, both worth 5 credits. The first standard will require the student to conduct a research project on a historically significant location in the Christchurch/Banks Peninsula region. The second standard will require the student to use the information collected from their research internal and create a presentation on their chosen historical location. Students that are wanting history to be a UE subject should be taking both module one and two.

Course Components:
  • Research Skills
  • Presenting Information
  • Writing Skills
  • Engaging with historical sources

External Credits:                                    N/A
Internal Credits:                                     10
Literacy:                                                   10
Entry Recommendations:                    14 or more credits at Level Two History, or other appropriate subjects. See Mr. Smith/Ms. Koop for more details

NCEA LEVEL 1
NCEA LEVEL 2
NCEA LEVEL 3