Level 3 History

13HI
Subject Description

Teacher in Charge:

Recommended Prior Learning

Open Entry but students are advised that basic literacy standards are needed to cope with the academic demands of the material studied.


The central theme of this Level 3 History course is: Resistance and Identity


The focus of the various studies undertaken throughout the year will revolve around the contact period of 19th Century New Zealand and the Holocaust.


Case studies will be chosen from but not limited to the following topics:

  • Early Contact Period
  • Musket Wars
  • The Coming of Christianity
  • Treaty of Waitangi
  • Kiingitanga
  • Northern Wars
  • New Zealand Wars
  • Holocaust - Impact of World War II on the Jews of Europe


Assessment will comprise up to three internal standards and two external standards for NCEA Level 3.


Learning Areas:

Social Sciences