Essential Society and Culture A and B

SACE Stage 1

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Essential Society and Culture A and B

Society and Culture

SACE Stage 1

10 or 20 credits


This course enables students to develop an understanding of themselves, their own society and culture and the societies and cultures of others.

Course Content
Assessment
Further Info
Overview
Essential Society and Culture A

  • Interrelationships between choice, rights, and responsibilities
  • Fundamental human rights for all people in a globalising world
  • How human rights have evolved and changed
  • Ways in which the rights of one may work against the rights of others
  • The roles of groups (such as the Australian Human Rights Commission, Link-Up services, and refugee associations) whose ethical aim is to protect human rights
  • How to promote human rights
Essential Society and Culture B

  • The development and effects of globalisation on the cultures of various societies
  • Inequitable distributions of power and resources
  • Roles and impacts of government and non-governmental organisations and local advocacy groups
  • Perspectives of justice, equity, dignity, and environmental sustainability

Pathways

Source Analysis 50%
Group Activity 25%
Investigation 25%

Delivery

This course is designed to develop literacy and the skills of research and analysis.