Program

When: Sunday 8 September 2019
Where: CQ Functions, 113 Queen Street, Melbourne CBD
Located in Melbourne’s CBD, this is an easy to get to venue from regional Victoria or Metropolitan Melbourne.
Registrations close: Monday 2 September 2019.

Did you know? Teachers, if you register a group of 10 or more students, you can attend for free!

These History examination revision lectures are a must for students of VCE Australian History, Ancient History and Revolutions. The lectures will help to prepare students for the examination as well as covering course content.

Secure your place today and attend high-quality student lectures with great tips and advice. Learn from some of the best VCE History teachers Victoria has to offer who will guide you through the Areas of Study, the key course content, revision strategies and preparation for the exam.

The Skills-Based Session is a must for all students. In this session students will be guided through exam tips and strategies to help them as they prepare for exams. The HTAV Student Lectures are not to be missed!

Attendees will also gain access to presenter handouts made available after the lectures and included in the cost of registration.

HTAV is proud to be an Australian, not-for-profit Association that invests all profits into History teaching in Victoria.

  1. Check out the program
  2. Distribute the flyers to your students
  3. Register
  4. Revise with the Study and Exam Guides


PROGRAM

Time Session
REVOLUTIONS PROGRAM
10.00 am –
11.10 am
Lecture One – The Exam: Section A
(Please choose one presentation from this session)
A. America
Natalie Shephard is a teacher at Glenvale School
B. France
Luke Cashman is a teacher at Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School
C. China
Dr Catherine Hart, HTAV Education Consultant
D. Russia
Maddison Schmidt is a teacher at St Francis Xavier College
11.15 am –
12.25 pm
Lecture Two – The Exam: Section B
(Please choose one presentation from this session)
E. America
Natalie Shephard is a teacher at Glenvale School
F. France
Luke Cashman is a teacher at Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School
G. China
Dr Catherine Hart, HTAV Education Consultant
H. Russia
Maddison Schmidt is a teacher at St Francis Xavier College
12.30 pm –
1.30 pm
Skills-Based Session: The Dos and Don’ts of the Year 12 VCE History Examinations
Elizabeth Morgan is a teacher at Girton Grammar School
AUSTRALIAN HISTORY PROGRAM
12.30 pm –
1.30 pm
Skills-Based Session: The Dos and Don’ts of the Year 12 VCE History Examinations
Elizabeth Morgan is a teacher at Girton Grammar School
1.40 pm –
2.50 pm
Lecture One – The Exam: Sections A and B
Bill Lewis is a teacher at Haileybury
3.00 pm –
4.10 pm
Lecture Two – Crises That Tested the Nation, 1929–45
(Please choose one presentation from this session)
A. World War II
Bill Lewis is a teacher at Haileybury
B. The Depression
Faye Quinn is a teacher at Sacred Heart College, Kyneton
4.20 pm –
5.30 pm
Lecture Three – Voices for Change, 1965–2000
(Please choose one presentation from this session)
C. Australia and the Vietnam War
TBC
D. Aboriginal Land Rights
Bill Lewis is a teacher at Haileybury
E. Immigration
Faye Quinn is a teacher at Sacred Heart College, Kyneton
F. Equality for Women
Briony Parker is a teacher at Star of the Sea College
ANCIENT HISTORY PROGRAM
12.30 pm –
1.30 pm
Skills-Based Session: The Dos and Don’ts of the Year 12 VCE History Examinations
Elizabeth Morgan is a teacher at Girton Grammar School
1.40 pm –
2.50 pm
Lecture One – Area of Study 1: Living in an Ancient Society
(Please choose one presentation from this session).
A. Greece
Elizabeth Swan is a teacher at Narre Warren South P-12 College
B. Rome
TBC
C. Egypt
Diana Di Conza is a teacher at St Francis Xavier College
3.00 pm –
4.10 pm
Lecture Two – Area of Study 2: People in Power, Societies in Crisis
(Please choose one presentation from this session).
D. Greece
Elizabeth Swan is a teacher at Narre Warren South P-12 College
E. Rome
TBC
F. Egypt
Diana Di Conza is a teacher at St Francis Xavier College

COST
Metro students/teachers $65
Country students/teachers* $50


* Students/teachers receive the country discount if they live more than 50km from the Melbourne CBD.

Note: Teachers accompanied by 10 or more students receive a complimentary ticket and are NOT required to register. Find out more about the registration process by clicking here.

Prices are applicable per streams.




Why not download the flyers for your subject and distribute them to your students now so they can secure their place.


Australian History

Revolutions: China

Ancient Egypt

Revolutions: France

Revolutions: Russia

Ancient Greece

Ancient Rome

Revolutions: America

The opinions expressed at the Student Lecture Series are those of presenters, and do not necessarily reflect the views of HTAV.


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  • Education Victoria - Sponsor Logo
  • Latitude Group Travel

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