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This slideshow helps elementary students quickly learn about famous places, food, art, and the culture of Australia. You can use this slideshow at the beginning of a unit on Australia. You can also print it out and use it as a book for student research. This slideshow also has 4 questions at the end
May I introduce, Mr. Maraca! He travels to different countries around the world on vacation and brings back slideshows of his travels to the general music classroom. In his slideshows the students learn about the similarities and differences between the United States and the places he visits, some d
This is an excellent teaching package on the Early Exploration and British Colonisation of Australia, available for free download from www.sydneytower.com.au. With clear, simple worksheets and easy to follow teaching notes, this package will set your students up for further investigation into the F
This 43-slide PowerPoint is a great overview of the country of Australia. Topics discussed include history of the British colonization of the area, aborigines, culture traits, animals, physical geography, climate, human characteristics, government, economy, and tourist attractions. The lesson includ
Aligned with the Australian Curriculum for Stage 3 studentsOutcome:HT3-3 identifies change and continuity and describes the causes and effects of change on Australian society Content:Key figures and events that led to Australia's Federation, including British and American influences on Australia's s
This 18-slide power point presentation is designed around the AP World History Period Three Curriculum Framework. The power points serves to act as an overview of the major civilizations of the Americas (Mayans, Aztecs, etc...) as well as the migrations of the people of Oceania (Australia, Polynesi
This outline is designed to accompany the "AP World History Americas and Oceania Guided Notes". The document allows students to complete the outline and create notes based on the power point lecture notes that go along with it and are available on TpT.
Bio Spheres are designed to highlight individuals with diverse backgrounds who have made significant contributions to our world. Each resource has a full-suite of resources to fill every need to bring a person to life in the classroom. From activities to reading to instruction to classroom decor --
This resource is a fantastic tool to teach Australian History to students who are studying British settlement since the arrival of James Cook and the impact this had on Indigenous Australians. Many questions and content is covered in the 16 informational slides including:Keyword definitions: convict
This Bundle is great for year 5 and 6 students who are studying content based on the Australian colonies. It is aligned with the Australian Curriculum and meets the following outcomes:Reasons (economic, political and social) for the establishment of British colonies in Australia after 1800 (ACHHK093
Survey Power Point showing culture, sights, and geographical focal points of Australia and New Zealand. Used for preparation for AP Human Geography. Created by Mike Dross
This powerpoint is created to introduce students to the topic of 'changing rights and freedoms from 1945 to present.' This is a comparative study of the movement in America and Australia. Students are introduced to different civil rights leaders and methods in the U.S and they explore contemporary i
This is a teacher led powerpoint with a range of activities to get students thinking about the consequences of forcibly removing children from their communities. Students brainstorm ideas about the effect of the stolen generations on Indigenous communities today, as well as possible responses to hel
SS6H8 The student will describe the culture and development of Australia prior to contact with Europeans. a. Describe the origins and culture of the Aborigines.
This is a great packet for learning about the animals, history, government and location of Australia. It will lead to many questions and strong discussions.
The Global Studies: Oceania PowerPoint allows students to become more familiar with the historical, economic, and cultural characteristics of Oceania. As such the PowerPoint is broken into: 1. Hawaii and The United States (Imperialism, Queen Liliuokalani, The Hawaiian Renaissance) 2. Australia and
This powerpoint is designed for a year 10 class studying 'changing rights and freedoms.' There is a contemporary case study which shows how restrictive the Native Title Act still is for Indigenous Australians. Teacher guides students through powerpoint and explains issues eg. with Native Title, Abor
Australia World Geography PowerPoint Notes This resource includes 1. 28 slide PowerPoint presentation (saved as a pdf) all about Australia. 2. 6-page handout of guided notes for students to follow along with. This resource would be perfect for teaching a World Geography class. This presentation an
Bio Spheres are designed to highlight individuals with diverse backgrounds who have made significant contributions to our world. Each resource has a full-suite of resources to fill every need to bring a person to life in the classroom. From activities to reading to instruction to classroom decor --
Wonders is designed to take a deep dive into some of the most well-known landmarks in the world. Each resource has a full-suite of resources to fill every need to bring you up close to these landmarks in the classroom. From activities to reading to instruction to classroom decor -- it's all here! An
Use these informational slides and worksheets to expand students knowledge about the seven continents: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antartica, Australia and Europe. Includes:22 pages of information about each continents:- population- total land area- location- unique characteristics a
This is 70 slide powerpoint is an interactive unit of work for students examine and analyze and discuss the progression of events leading to WWII and the cause of the war. It is a great unit starter with an empathy task using The Book Thief to 'walk around in someone else's shoes'. There are interac
Wonders is designed to take a deep dive into some of the most well-known landmarks in the world. Each resource has a full-suite of resources to fill every need to bring you up close to these landmarks in the classroom. From activities to reading to instruction to classroom decor -- it's all here! An
Includes 11 worksheets and 16 informational slides. This resource is fantastic for stage 3 (year 5 and 6) students studying the Australian Colonies and aligns with the Australian Curriculum (ACHHK095). Contains plenty of tasks designed to increase students understandings of significant developments

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