Just wondering what the new Modern History Life Skills and Ancient History Life Skills subjects that NESA have introduced are all about. Are they the same as the normal subjects but for students with learning disabilities or poor English skills?
I have a job interview at a tutoring company this coming Friday. In the email they sent me with information regarding the interview it says
"The dress code is not formal, however you are required to dress in a manner suitable for conducting a lesson with a hypothetical student."...
It had its pros and cons. I did the online lecture which was great because it kept me to a two-day timetable and i generally found the lectures to be pretty interesting. The course covers a long period history but week to week the content was fairly engaging.
The tutorials, however, were...
Just a quick question. If you intend to do a year of honours after your degree, does it have to be taken the year directly after you complete a bachelors degree or can you apply 6 months or a year later?
Is there a way to find out if one of my subjects has a final exam without referring to the course outline? The past course outlines vary, so there is no reliable indicator of whether there will be one this year and i would like to find out sometime in the next week before all the information is...
It seems like you have a pretty basic misunderstanding of what the project entails. I would start by contacting your teacher (I recognise it's the holidays but it's worth trying) and looking over all the materials you been given about the project.
The project is a work of historiography. You're...
I would re-think your entire question because it's not exactly related to history. Shakespeare was a poet and playwright but he was not a historian.
If you're looking at doing Richard III i would focus on how his portrayal by historians has changed over time or something to that effect.