Ancient History Seminars
P0 Box 592 Queen Victoria Building NSW 1230 Phone (02) 94374602
"Introducing Herculaneum" study day A study day for students sitting for the HSC 2021 -
BOOKINGS ARE NOW OPEN
Zoomed HSC study day live streamed to schools across NSW
Friday 20 November 2020 9.20 am-2.30pm
Downloadable program under "Streamed Study Days" tab on the top of this page
Class bookings only - the COST for this study day that comprises four presentations is $35 per student including notes as PDF and GST.
We invoice schools after the study day Beyond the up-to-date information about recent interpretations, the educational emphasis in this study day will be on evaluation, ranking and the development of argument.
Each presentation features is a 50 minute live presentation with Powerpoint and PDF student notes, followed by a 10 minute live question time with the presenter.
The Presenter: Brian Brennan M.A. (Hons) Ph.D. Dip.Ed. is an experienced teacher who has taught in schools and universities. For many years he was an HSC marker of Ancient History papers. Among his publications are seven books for HSC students that are widely used in NSW schools. He has led many study tours to archaeological sites, for the University of Sydney, Alumni Travel and Academy Travel.
All enquiries and school bookings to this email:
We also are offering three separate one hour Webinars on Herculaneum - see tab "Streamed one hour Webinars" on the top of this page.
OUR HSC PROGRAM HAS BEEN RUNNING FOR 23 YEARS AND THOUSANDS OF STUDENTS HAVE ATTENDED OUR STUDY DAYS.
NOW HSC STUDENTS FROM ALL OVER THE STATE CAN HAVE ACCESS TO OUR QUALITY PRESENTATIONS.
Our presentations are not taught as shallow 'exam crams' but rather as discussions of the historical and archaeological issues that make ancient history so exciting to study. This is where the HSC advantage lies because these study days and Webinars challenge students to think outside the square.
The emphasis is on the development of CRITICAL THOUGHT: higher order thinking skills such as interpretation, evaluation and the construction of a synthesis composed of disparate information.
Students are taught by specialist archaeologists and historians who have a sound knowledge of the recent research and the most up-to-date interpretations. All presenters understand well the requirements of the HSC examination and many of them have also taught in schools and marked HSC examination papers.