Progeria: Language Interpretation and Secondary Sources Essay

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YEAR 10 HISTORY
SUMMATIVE TASK 2
20TH CENTURY TURNING POINT

Fakebook for A 20th Century person

1. Select a person from the list below
2. Go to http://www.classtools.net/FB/home-page to learn how to create a Fakebook page for your person.
3. Research the major events in that person’s life and the other people they knew.
4. Create a Fakebook page that shows the personality of the person, events in their life and their major achievements

1. Henry Ford
2. Albert Einstein
3. John Lennon
4. Mikhail Gorbachev
5. Martin Luther King
6. Adolf Hitler
7. James Dean
8. Marie Curie
9. Mohandas Gandhi
10. Little Richard
11. Joseph Stalin
12. Steven Spielberg
13. Charlie Chaplin
14. Dennis Lillee
15. Paul McCartney
16. Elvis Presley
17. Pol Pot
18. Benazir Bhutto
19. Benito Mussolini
20. Golda Meir
21. Madonna
22. Charles de Gaulle
23. Wright Brothers
24. Germaine Greer
25. Don Bradman
26. Muhammad Ali
27. Marilyn Monroe
28. Bill Gates
29. Grace Kelly
30. Walt Disney
31. George Orwell
32. Michael Jackson
33. Margaret Thatcher
34. Nikola Tesla
35. Audrey Hepburn
36. Pablo Picasso
37. Clark Gable
38. Che Guevara
39. Coco Chanel
40. Thomas Edison
41. James Stewart
42. Vladimir Lenin
43. JRR Tolkien
44. Alfred Hitchcock
45. Cary Grant
46. Winston Churchill
47. Franklin D Roosevelt
48. Sir Robert Menzies
49. Helen Keller
50. Mother Theresa
51. Howard Florey

Due date: ________________

YEAR 10 ACHIEVEMENT STANDARDS

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Chronology, terms and concepts
You consistently use chronological sequencing to demonstrate the relationship between events and developments in different periods and places
You interpret and analyse visual and written texts exceptionally well.
You use chronological sequencing to demonstrate the relationship between events and developments in different periods and places
You interpret and analyse visual and written texts very well.
You use some chronological sequencing to demonstrate the relationship between events and developments in different periods and places
You interpret and analyse visual and written texts well.
You use a little chronological sequencing to demonstrate the relationship between events and developments in different periods and places
You interpret and analyse visual and written texts inconsistently.
You have difficulty using chronological sequencing to demonstrate the relationship between events and developments in different periods and places
You have difficulty interpreting and analysing visual and written texts.

You use many historical terms and concepts clearly
You use some historical terms and concepts clearly
You use a few historical terms and concepts quite clearly
You use historical terms and concepts but not clearly
You use few historical terms and concepts inaccurately.
Historical questions and research
You clearly and effectively identify and select a question about the past to inform historical inquiry
You clearly identify and select a question about the past to inform historical inquiry
You effectively identify and select a question about the past to inform historical inquiry
You identify and select a general question about the past to inform historical inquiry
You don’t identify and select a question about the past to inform historical inquiry

You create numerous, clear and relevant sub-questions to help your research
You create many, clear and relevant sub-questions to help your research
You create some clear and relevant sub-questions to help your research
You create a few relevant sub-questions to help your research
You create no relevant sub-questions to help your research

You identify and locate many relevant sources, using ICT and other methods
You identify and locate some relevant sources, using ICT and other methods
You identify and locate a few relevant sources, using ICT and other methods
You identify and locate one relevant source, using ICT or other methods
You…