VCE History Student Lectures 2022 RECORDINGS ACCESS - 20 Sep 22

Did you or your students miss out on registering for the HTAV VCE History Exam Revision Student Lectures? Registrations are now open to access the Exam Skills Session and subject specific recordings.

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

All students / teachers $59 per person and subject video series
Registrations must close 2.00pm, Friday 7 October 2022.
Check out the Student Lectures website here.

Once registrations close, you will receive a unique login code to access and view the lecture recordings for the subject streams for which you have registered.
The recordings will be available for attendees to access until Friday 4 November 2022.

Take a peek into a few of the tips shared during the 2022 VCE Exam Revision Student Lectures:


History Exam Skills Session The Dos and Don’ts of the Year 12 VCE History Examinations
Ian Lyell, Camberwell Girls Grammar School

Every year students make basic, avoidable mistakes in the VCE History exams that cost them crucial marks. Students will be guided through the things they can do to demonstrate their knowledge and skills and maximise their chances of success. Everything from the importance of neat handwriting to the best way to structure longer written responses will be discussed. The crucial significance of reading time, and how to use these minutes wisely, will also be considered. This session will be relevant to all three VCE Histories: Revolutions, Ancient History and Australian History.

The Australian History Exam – An Overview of the Changes for 2022
Bill Lewis, Haileybury
A. From custodianship to the Anthropocene (60,000 BCE–2010)Area of Study 1
From custodianship to the Anthropocene (60,000 BCE–2010)Area of Study 2

Bill Lewis, Haileybury
B. Creating a Nation (1834–2008) Area of Study 1
Creating a Nation (1834–2008)
Area of Study 2
Amanda Stefancic, Wesley College
C. Power and resistance (1788–1998) Area of Study 1
Power and resistance (1788–1998) Area of Study 2
James Jacobs, Xavier College
D. War and upheaval (1909–1992) Area of Study 1
War and upheaval (1909–1992)
Area of Study 2
Briony Parker, Star of the Sea College

A. Ancient Greece – Area of Study 1
Ancient Greece – Area of Study 2

Diana Di Conza, St Francis Xavier College
B. Ancient Rome – Area of Study 1
Ancient Rome – Area of Study 2

Raquel Fenby, Suzanne Cory High School
C. Ancient Egypt – Area of Study 1
Ancient Egypt – Area of Study 2

Isabella Webster, Loreto Mandeville Hall

A. America – Area of Study 1
America – Area of Study 2

Chris Hart, Yarra Valley Grammar
B. France – Area of Study 1
France – Area of Study 2

Luke Cashman, Penleigh and Essendon Grammar School
C. China – Area of Study 1
China – Area of Study 2

Ian Lyell, Camberwell Girls Grammar School
D. Russia – Area of Study 1
Russia – Area of Study 2

Maddi Schmidt, St Francis Xavier College

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

Please note: These lecture recordings and resources remain the property of HTAV. Should information from these materials be used by anyone who has access to them, that information must be correctly cited. The opinions expressed at the Student Lecture Series are those of presenters, and do not necessarily reflect the views of HTAV or the VCAA.

Event Location: Online
Registrations Open: 12 Sep 22 9:00 AM
Registrations Close: 7 Oct 22 2:00 PM

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