By Paul Kiem, Michael Molkentin, Jonathon Dallimore, Sarah Nicholson, Michelle Kennedy, Michael Street

This resource book is designed to support teachers and students in developing their own approach to History Extension. The intention is to offer an orientation and structure that will help to stimulate and guide a student’s research and discussion. This intention is assisted with the provision of a wide range of overviews, guidelines, references, sources, examples, discussion starters and suggestions for activities and further research.
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Introduction and Research Project

  • Introduction to History Extension
  • Research Project

Constructing History: Key Questions

  • Historical Overview
  • Discussions
  • Contemporary Sources

Selected Case Studies

  • Case Studies: General
  • Appeasement
  • John Fitzgerald Kennedy
  • Spain and the Aztec Empire
  • Cleopatra
  • Witch Hunts and Witch Trials

Dr Paul Kiem is Professional Officer for HTANSW and is also a Research Associate at the University of Technology, Sydney. He is the author of a number of history texts, taught History Extension for many years and has presented on the subject to teacher and student groups, since 2001.

Jonathon Dallimore taught history at Smith's Hill High School, Wollongong, prior to becoming a Professional Officer for HTANSW. He also tutors in history education at the University of NSW and the University of Wollongong. Jonathon is the author of a number of history texts and presents regularly to students and teachers. 

Dr Michael Molkentin is Coodinator of English, Drama and LOTE at Shellharbour Anglican College and Adjunct Lecturer in History at the University of NSW, Canberra. He has taught History Extension for over a decade and is the author of four books and numerous other published chapters, articles and papers. 

Sarah Nicholson teaches history at Pymble Ladies College. She has taught History Extension for many years and regularly presents on the subject to teacher and student groups. 

Michelle Kennedy is an experienced History teacher and regular presenter at HTANSW conferences and HSC Study Days. She has contributed to syllabus development and program writing at NESA. Michelle is currently Head Teacher of HSIE at North Sydney Girls' High School.

Michael Street co-ordinates HSIE at Green Point Christian College on the NSW Central Coast. He has experience in all HSC history subjects and frequently presents at HTANSW events. Michael was a recipient of the 2019 Premier's HTANSW History Scholarship.