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  • Studying History at high school or college?
  • Want to improve your results on assessment tasks?
  • Need explanations and examples for difficult concepts like source analysis and evaluation?

History Skills provides you with a wide range of explanations, examples and scaffolds in order to help you get the most out of the subject.

 

Whether you need to develop your historical knowledge, learn source criticism skills, prepare for essays and exams, understand how to quote and reference sources, or even need to find primary and secondary sources online, you will find everything you need.


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History Hit is like Netflix but for history documentaries. Dan Snow is offering 50% off for your first three months, to those who follow History Skills. Click the link below and enter the promotion code "ausedu" to start your history binge-watching today!

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History Teacher Wisdom Posters Available for Download

If you enjoy the 'History Teacher Wisdom' memes from History Skills, you can now download them as posters to print and display in your classroom.

 

Head over to the Store page to purchase a link to these posters.

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Enter the History Skills Classroom

If you have access to the History Skills Classroom resources, you can log in here. There are lesson resources for:

 

Don't have access but want it?

You can purchase annual access to each level on the Store page.

 


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The difference between explicit and implicit information in sources

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