Contexts HAVO.

Sinds 2015 wordt op het centrale examen de gehele geschiedenis bevraagd. Onder andere via de tien tijdvakken met hun kenmerkende aspecten (KA's) uit het historisch overzicht. Maar ook via drie historische contexten voor 5 HAVO. De historische contexten vormen een verdieping van een aantal kenmerkende aspecten (KA's) d.m.v. leidende vragen, beschrijvende teksten en historische voorbeelden. De historische contexten zijn uitgewerkt in aparte katernen.

Hieronder vind je de drie historische contexten die gelden voor 5 HAVO vanaf schooljaar 2020-2021.

The British Empire (1620-1900).

The historical context about 'the British Empire' revolves around the following three leading questions and characteristic aspects (CA's).

1. How did the English colonies develop in the Americas (1585-1833)?

 

Characteristic aspects:

18. The start of the European overseas expansion.

21. The protestant Reformation which led to the division of the Christian church in Western Europe.

25. Global trade contacts, trade capitalism and the beginning of a world economy.

27. Rational optimism and 'enlightened thinking' that’s applied to all areas of society: religion, politics, economy and social relations.

29. Expansion of European domination, especially in the form of the plantation colonies related to the transatlantic slave trade, and the rise of abolitionism.

30. The democratic revolutions in Western countries resulting in discussions on constitutions, fundamental rights and citizenship.

2. What made India the most important colony in the British Empire in the 19th century (1765-1885)?

Characteristic aspects:

25. Global trade contacts, trade capitalism and the beginning of a world economy.

29. Expansion of European domination, especially in the form of the plantation colonies related to the transatlantic slave trade, and the rise of abolitionism.

31. The industrial revolution that provided the basis for an industrial society in the western world.

33. Modern way of imperialism related to industrialization.

34. The rise of emancipation movements.

3. How did the colonies influence socio-economic developments in Great Britain

(1750-1900)?

Characteristic aspects:

31. The industrial revolution that provided the basis for an industrial society in the western world.

32. Discussions about social issues.

33. Modern way of imperialism related to industrialization.

35. Advancing democratization, with participation of more men and women in the political process.

36. The rise of political-social movements: conservatism, nationalism, liberalism, socialism, confessionalism and feminism.

Germany in Europe (1918-1991).

The historical context about 'Germany in Europe' revolves around the following three leading questions and characteristic aspects (CA's).

1. What led to the rise of National Socialism and what censequences did this have for Germany and Europe (1918-1945)?

Characteristic aspects:

37. The role of modern propaganda and communication to organize the mass.

38. The application of totalitarian ideologies of communism and fascism / national socialism. 

39. The crisis of world capitalism.

40. Conducting two world wars.

41. Racism and discrimination led to genocide, especially against the Jews.

42. The German occupation of The Netherlands. 

2. How much did the Cold War influenced the history of Germany after the Second World War (1945-1961)?

Characteristic aspects:

37. The role of modern propaganda and communication to organize the mass.

38. The application of totalitarian ideologies of communism and fascism / national socialism.

45. The division of the world into two ideological blocks in the grip of an arms race and the ensuing threat of an atomic war.

47. The process of the unification of Europe.

48. The increasing Western prosperity that led to radical changing socio-cultural processes from the 1960s onwards.

3. What explains the reunification of the two Germanys (BRD & DDR) and their succesful intergration in Europe (1961-1991)?

Characteristic aspects:

45. The division of the world into two ideological blocks in the grip of an arms race and the ensuing threat of an atomic war.

47. The process of the unification of Europe.

48. The increasing Western prosperity that led to radical changing socio-cultural processes from the 1960s onwards.

The Netherlands (1945-2008).

The historical context about 'The Netherlands' revolves around the following two leading questions and characteristic aspects (CA's).

1. What made change the Dutch society from 1948 up to 1978?

Characteristic aspects:

45. The division of the world into two ideological blocks in the grip of an arms race and the ensuing threat of an atomic war.

46. The decolonization which ends Western hegemony in the world.

47. The process of the unification of Europe.

48. The increasing Western prosperity that led to radical changing socio-cultural processes from the 1960s onwards.

49. The development of pluriform and multicultural societies.

2. What made change the Dutch society from 1978 up to 2008?

Characteristic aspects:

45. The division of the world into two ideological blocks in the grip of an arms race and the ensuing threat of an atomic war.

47. The process of the unification of Europe.

48. The increasing Western prosperity that led to radical changing socio-cultural processes from the 1960s onwards.

49. The development of pluriform and multicultural societies.

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DOMEIN A & B

Domain A is about historical awareness and domain B is about orientation knowledge. 

The historical contexts are broad topics that are dealt with within these domains.You're supposed to be able to connect (and explain) these three contexts to the characteristic aspects of the 10 eras. 

These domains will be tested on the school exams (SE) during the school year and on the central graduation exams (CSE) in May.