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Outcome HT3-4 Describes and explains the struggles for rights and freedoms in Australia, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoplesThese resources are fantastic for Year 5 and 6 History lessons that focus on Australia as a Nation (ACHHK114). The worksheet contains historical information
Students select an island, state, or territory in the area, research that location, and create a commercial to attract tourists. Can be done using technology (iPads or computers) or with a good old posterboard! I have also included the notes I required them to take in outlining their commercial.
*Video is necessary for completion of this worksheet*Please make sure you have access to the video prior to making your purchase*Man vs. Wild: Northern Australia (Season 5, Episode 2)This is worksheet is part of the MAN VS. WILD SEASON 5 BUNDLE! Click here to save!As of May 2019 every episode of Ma
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Australia at WarFrom the Boer War to AfghanistanCONTENT: Australian at War, Australians in WWI, Australians in Gallipoli & The Middle East, South Australians in WWI, Famous Names from WWI (General John Monash, Sir Hubert Wilkins, C E W Bean, Diver Derrick VC, Major General ‘Pompey’ Elliott) , Au
Although watching the film Gallipoli in class can be highly beneficial for students to gain insight into the conditions and experiences that Australian soldiers faced during WWI, sometimes we as teachers simply cannot find the time within the term to give up 2 or 3 lessons to watch a film. For this
Australian Aboriginal people have a very old and rich culture of music, dancing and story telling as well as many other things. This song called Inanay and is a traditional Aboriginal lullaby. This song has a beautiful melody and great actions to go with it. It lends itself to tapping stix and other
Another great Australian Aboriginal Dream time song that tells the story of how it rained in the desert. This is a good song to teach about verses and choruses. Remember t encourage your students to make up their own verses as well. Sally invites you to join in on one of her 36 songs of the series S
This video lessons explains where to position your tongue and lips to articulate Australian Indigenous languages. A remote living desert language of Western Australia is used in this case study, illustrating how Indigenous sounds are articulated.Great resource, along with the workbook 'Mechanics of
This video listen explains how to position your tongue and lips to articulate Australian Indigenous languages. A particular language of Western Australia is used in this case study that shows how Indigenous sounds are articulated.Great resource, along with the workbook 'Mechanics of Talking' in show
This short lesson describes the scope of Australian Indigenous Languages and how they are related.The lesson also provides a free download of a hi-res full colour map that shows all known indigenous languages as they were original distributed. The map is published by the NSW Museum.For the budding l
Monty was the person who taught me all about my first Indigenous Language. He was an linguistic academic who loved language and wanted to know as much as possible about the mechanics of language.He taught me his language and I showed him more about English. In the end, he wrote his own book about hi
This video lesson details some of the history of the people that speak the Indigenous language and their long successful struggle to control their own destiny.For this interested, Shane Howard (Shane Michael Howard AM, who is an Australian singer-songwriter and guitarist, was the mainstay of folk r
This video lesson outlines the Nyangumarta sounds and the alphabet used.Nyangumarta is used as a case study of an Australian Indigenous Language to teach students about the key linguistic features of a typical Australian Aboriginal Language.As Indigenous languages don't have a long written history,
This video lesson encourages the practice of some Nyangumarta words. Nyangumarta is used as a case study of an Australian Indigenous Language to teach students about the key linguistic features of a typical Australian Aboriginal Language.Completion of this course won't enable the student to be a flu
This video lesson reviews the way questions are asked in Nyangumarta, as well as the way they are asked with hand movement - no speech - which is good for hunting when everyone needs to keep quiet.Nyangumarta is used as a case study of an Australian Indigenous Language to teach students about the ke
This video lesson encourages the understanding of Nyangumarta pronouns. Through the analysis of pronouns students will be presented with a different categorisation of what they would be familiar with, and glean a glimpse of the complexity of a Western desert Australian Aboriginal languageNyangumart
This video walks the students through the grammatical structure of a sample of Nyangumarta sentences. By now students would be familiar with how different sounds and word structures can be in an Indigenous Language. The unique structure continues with sentence structure - the grammatical rules. Ny
Many Australians are unaware of the distinctive features of Aboriginal languages, how many were spoken in Australia at the time of the first arrival of overseas explorers and even what they sound and look like.This curriculum of short simple lessons explore the principles of language, how sounds are
This short children's reader is a locally written and published item used in an Australian Bilingual school. Bilingual schools are where students learn to read and write in their own language first, and then start to learn to read and write in English once the literacy skills are locked in with thei

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