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What are the main changes in the new syllabus Course Structure?

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What are the main changes in the new syllabus Course Structure?

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A. Overall the Course Structure has been simplified. In the Preliminary Course, a comparative case study will now only be undertaken in Part I, between the local Aboriginal community/ies and a national Indigenous Australian community. The HSC core contains a global perspective on social justice and human rights issues and is followed by a comparative case study of two topics across three communities: the local Aboriginal community/ies, a national Indigenous Australian community and an international Indigenous community. The electives in Part II incorporate a significant part of the current component Context. The local Aboriginal community is the only community to be used for the case study in Part II. In Part III – Research and Inquiry Methods – the completion of the major Project has increased weighting, representing 40% of the internal assessment for the HSC.

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