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Stories are fun and a great way to learn about history and nobody does historical narratives better than History Explorers. This story pack contains a well researched, fun narrative as well as supporting activities and extra background information specific to the topic. Use this story pack when in
Save yourself hours of time and download this assembly script for an original, meaningful and curriculum-aligned assembly about democracy in Australia.Includes a 6-page script with all stage directions and song suggestion.I wrote and used this script for my own classroom when teaching civics and cit
A short play about Henry Parkes and Australian Federation for Year 6 Australian Curriculum.
An assembly script based on significant events in Australian History (1788 - 1901)
Possibly Australia's most beloved song, the story behind Waltzing Matilda captivates the imagination of children. With strong links to literacy and Australian History, the unit looks at the text of the song and provides teachers with a vocabulary chart that explains the meaning of words such as jumb
This is a 20-minute play based on Perth’s convict history. My class performed this for an assembly and the parents absolutely loved it (as did the children). There are 16 speaking parts and the extras are convicts. This assembly is perfect for the Year 5 Australian History Curriculum, however, cou
Get your acting pants on for this fun, dreaming-inspired play! Use the Performing the Dreaming Resource Bundle to engage your students in a study of the dreaming and its significance to Indigenous Australians! Australian Curriculum Link: ACHASSK083 This resource is delivered as a 13 page PDF in A
This resource contains the Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime Story and an adaptation for a junior drama class as a performance piece complete with staging instructions, costuming suggestions and links to the Australian Drama Curriculum.
Description: A short 3-act play for primary or middle school students about Australia's most famous bush ranger and his family. The play draws on primary sources such as the Jerilderie letter and findings from the Royal Commission into the Victorian Police. The story is told from the Kelly family's
Stories are fun and a great way to learn about history and nobody does historical narratives better than History Explorers. This story pack contains a well researched, fun narrative as well as supporting activities and extra background information specific to the topic. Use this story pack when in
A word document containing a sample script which supports the Notebook Presentation assembly file (freely available). Assembly runs for approximately 30mins and can be run entirely by the student leaders or similar. Opportunities are included for a song and a visiting speaker as required. Script
A reader's theatre based on a true love story that happened between an English convict with an aristocrat background and an Australian indigenous girl in the 1800s. This was in a time when Australia, in particularly New South Wales was being settled by the white Europeans. There was a conflict of i
Iron Chains uses a short skit as a springboard for the study of the social hierarchy that existed during colonial times in Australia. The skit is set in Sydney in 1817 when the land was being cleared for the construction of the Hyde Park Barracks. This English Unit of Work looks at non-verbal indica
Iron Chains uses a short skit as a springboard for the study of how to portray power in characterisation. The skit is set in Sydney in 1817 when the land was being cleared for the construction of the Hyde Park Barracks. This Drama Unit of Work looks at non-verbal indicators of power in relationships
Iron Chains uses a short skit as a springboard for a unit on Colonial Australia. The skit is set in Sydney in 1817 when the land was being cleared for the construction of the Hyde Park Barracks. Before and After Reading activities are included, including a project that gives the students some creati
This fun play is set in Ballarat in 1854 and tells the story of the only civil war to have occurred in Australia's history since white settlement. It is told from the perspective of the women who are rumoured to have sewn the Eureka flag and features other real-life characters from this historic eve
This play was designed for use in the Middle Years as a fun way to learn about Australia's colonial times and the epic journey led by Robert Burke, that ended tragically. Themes such as how the white settlers viewed the indigenous peoples can be examined. It is an opportunity for students to perfor
An intro for Waltzing Mathilda as part of the 'We are Australian,' concert. Bundle coming soon instore.
Great for Reader's Theatre in English, a fun way to learn about explorers in History, or as an engaging way to teach performance skills in Drama. This cross-curricular play ticks lots of boxes.It is based on the story of Matthew Flinders' voyage to circumnavigate Australia. It also tells the lesser
Save a bundle on these great plays that your students will love. As well as that, they'll learn about some iconic characters in Australian History, develop speaking and listening and dramatic skills and much more.
The Australian Bush is a dangerous place. Take a trip through early settler history, Aboriginal legend and Australian mythology. Three separate groups are warned of the dangers but they set out happily on their adventure anyway. The rhyming verse performance is over in 10 minutes and will be great e

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