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HTANSW is providing a range of student webinars to help students prepare for upcoming trial examinations.

Each individual session costs $10 (GST inclusive) and there will be limited spaces for each session.

HTANSW's online events are conducted through Zoom. System or device requirements to participate in a Zoom meeting are minimal. Full details are available here.

Participants will need a reliable internet connection and a relatively recent computer or device that allows access to a microphone, speaker and video. Mobile device users may need to download a Zoom app before joining a meeting. Ensure that any network or system internet controls allow participation OR use a personal computer.

  1. Register using the appropriate link in the schedule below.
  2. To complete registration you will need a regularly checked email address and the ability to pay via Credit Card or PayPal.
  3. Once registered, participants will be emailed a link that will allow them to join the meeting at the scheduled time. (Cancel a registration using the link in the registration notification email BEFORE the start of a webinar. There will be no refunds after the event for non-attendance).
  4. Join the webinar 10 minutes before the scheduled start time and ensure that your technology is working.
  5. Each participant needs to register individually.
  6. To avoid echo, only one microphone should be in use at any location.
  7. Please note, presenters have not been asked to provide handouts for these sessions so please ensure that you are prepared to take your own notes.

 

HTANSW STUDENT WEBINARS 2020

13 July 2020 (Monday), 10.00-11.00am (AEST)
"Modern History Exam Overview" (Modern History)

This webinar will provide an overview for the whole Modern History paper, outlining the format and expectations for each section and, using a number of examples, suggest exam strategies.

Presenter: Dr Paul Kiem
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13 July 2020 (Monday), 1.00-2.00pm (AEST)
"Ancient History Exam Overview" (Ancient History)

This webinar will provide an overview for the whole Ancient History paper, outlining the format and expectations for each section and, using a number of examples, suggest exam strategies.

Presenter: Anne Gripton
REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE

 13 July 2020 (Monday), 4.00-5.00pm (AEST)
"Russia and the USSR" (Modern History)

This webinar will provide revision for the Russia and the USSR National Study and offer some ideas for connecting parts of the topic and approaching possible exam questions.

Presenter: Jonathon Dallimore
REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE

14 July 2020 (Tuesday), 10.00-11.00am (AEST)
"Pompeii and Herculaneum" (Ancient History)

Dr Estelle Lazer will provide an update on what has been happening at Pompeii and Herculaneum along with a report on her latest research.

Presenter: Dr Estelle Lazer
REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE

 14 July 2020 (Tuesday), 1.00-2.00pm (AEST)
"MH Core: Nationalism vs. Internationalism" (Modern History)

This webinar will use the concepts of nationalism and internationalism as organising themes to present a revision outline of Power and Authority in the Modern World, 1919-1946. 

Presenter: Dr Paul Kiem
REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE

14 July 2020 (Tuesday), 4.00-5.00pm (AEST)
"Sparta" (Ancient History)

This webinar will provide revision for Spartan Society to the Battle of Leuctra and offer some ideas for connecting parts of the topic and approaching possible exam questions.

Presenter: Dr Denis Mootz
REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE

 14 July 2020 (Tuesday), 7.30-8.30pm (AEST)
"NKE - Amenhotep III to Death of Ramesses II" (Ancient History)

This webinar will provide revision for New Kingdom Egypt - Amenhotep III to the Death of Ramesses II and offer some ideas for connecting parts of the topic and approaching possible exam questions.

Presenter: Lara Grimm
REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE
 15 July 2020 (Wednesday), 10.00-11.00am (AEST)
"Elizabeth I Case Study" (History Extension)

This webinar will provide revision for the Elizabeth I and the Elizabethan Age History Extension Case Study and will offer some tips for approaching this option in Question 2 of the HSC Exam.

Presenter: Melissa Riley
REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE
 15 July 2020 (Wednesday), 1.00-2.00pm (AEST)
"Julio-Claudians" (Ancient History)

This webinar will provide revision for the Julio-Claudians Historical Period and offer some ideas for connecting parts of the topic and approaching possible exam questions.

Presenter: David Posker-Hill
REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE
 15 July 2020 (Wednesday), 4.00-5.00pm (AEST)
"USA National Study" (Modern History)

This webinar will provide revision for the USA National Study and offer some ideas for connecting parts of the topic and approaching possible exam questions.

Presenter: Dr Bruce Dennett
REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE

16 July 2020 (Thursday), 10.00-11.00am (AEST)
"Cold War" (Modern History)

This webinar will provide revision for the Cold War Peace and Conflict Study and offer some ideas for connecting parts of the topic and approaching possible exam questions.

Presenter: Anne Gripton
REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE

16 July 2020 (Thursday), 1.00-2.00pm (AEST)
"JFK Case Study" (History Extension)

This webinar will provide revision for the JFK History Extension Case Study and will offer some tips for approaching this option in Question 2 of the HSC Exam.

Presenter: Dr Bruce Dennett
REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE

16 July 2020 (Thursday), 4.00-5.00pm (AEST)
"Akhenaten" (Ancient History)

This webinar will provide revision for Akhenaten and will offer some tips for approaching this section of the Ancient History HSC Exam.

Presenter: Lara Grimm
REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE

16 July 2020 (Thursday), 7.30-8.30pm (AEST)
"Indochina" (Modern History)

This webinar will provide revision for Conflict in Indochina and offer some ideas for connecting parts of the topic and approaching possible exam questions.

Presenter: Jonathon Dallimore
REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE

17 July 2020 (Friday), 10.00-11.00am (AEST)
"Cultural Revolution to Tiananmen Square" (Modern History)

This webinar will provide revision for the Cultural Revolution to Tiananmen Square topic in HSC Modern History and offer some ideas for connecting parts of the topic and approaching possible exam questions.

Presenter: Lani Blackman
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17 July 2020 (Friday), 1.00-2.00pm (AEST)
"Appeasement Case Study" (History Extension)

This webinar will provide revision for the Appeasement History Extension Case Study and will offer some tips for approaching this option in Question 2 of the HSC Exam.

Presenter: Dr Michael Molkentin
REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE

 22 July 2020 (Wednesday), 4.00-5.00pm (AEST)
"Prof. Marnie Hughes Warrington: Historiography & Current Work" (History Extension)
Professor Marnie Hughes Warrington will be interviewed by HTANSW's Paul Kiem. The questions will survey a number of historiographical issues before focusing on Marnie's current work for her next book, 'Machine-Made Histories'.

Presenter: Professor Marnie Hughes Warrington
REGISTRATION DETAILS HERE

 

 

 

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