Examines how states have been built and how they have shaped the modern international environment, with a focus on key periods and events in the construction of Aotearoa New Zealand.
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|Historical Worlds: Building States
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- Learning Outcomes
1. Describe the main features, causes and effects of selected key historical developments that have shaped the modern international environment
2. Explain the linkages between historical themes and ideas that have shaped the relationship between states, including Aotearoa
3. Outline the main features of selected key events in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Aotearoa
4. Compare and contrast key aspects of Te Tiriti o Waitangi
5. Explain the role that Te Tiriti o Waitangi plays in Aotearoa today
6. Discuss historical events and developments in short answer format
7. Discuss an aspect of the past using an explanation essay format and correctly cited sources