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Sail with the European discoverers of the Australian continent. See the original maps of the great cartographers and navigators. Read Captain James Cook's Logue.Embark with Captain Arthur Philip on the voyage and arrival of the First Fleet in Sydney Cove. Relive the convict settlement and contact wi
A great resource to teach and learn compass direction. Set in 1788,engage your students by following in the wake of The First Fleet. A nice compliment to your history unit!
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Explore the Colonial History of Australia through the eyes of the early artists and photographers. A curatorial simulation and webquest for your students. Curriculum links/ weblinks/ lesson sequence/ original journals/ scientific records of plants and animals/ an example of an art exhibition, ensur
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The Ancient WorldHere is the chance for your students to walk in the footsteps of Legends: The giants of Archaeology’s Golden Age.Follow the rise of prehistoric humans in Olduvai Gorge with Mary Leakey, dig into the ancient world of myth with Arthur Evans, uncover Troy and Mycenae with Heinrich Schl
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The Discovery of Australia and Exploration from the Aboriginal Exploration, in the time of the Mega Fauna, through the early navigators and explorers to Australian astronauts exploring space.Sail with the great navigators to search for Terra Incognita. Walk in the footsteps of the explorers of the A
Make History come Alive! This simulation game was created to give students an opportunity to practice critical thinking while developing their understanding of the gold rush. Students will learn about claims, licenses, mining equipment, who came to the gold rush, and who made money at the gold rushe
An activity using the furniture and other resources in class to give students an experience of Trench Warfare and recognise the limitations of this type of warfare used throughout WWI and WWII. Activity involves crawling, running and climbing over furniture. Please be thoughtful about safety when co
Make History come Alive! This simulation game was created to give students an opportunity to practice critical thinking while developing their understanding of the gold rush. Students will learn about claims, licenses, mining equipment, who came to the gold rush, and who made money at the gold rushe
This is a 17-page A4 resource for use in the Higher School Certificate (HSC) Drama course. It may be used upon completion of reading the play No Sugar by Jack Davis, which is part of Australian Drama and Theatre (Core Study), Topic 1: Dramatic Traditions in Australia as unit support or for further r

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