Australian Democracy - Vincent Lingiari and the Wave Hill Walk Off

Australian Democracy - Vincent Lingiari and the Wave Hill Walk Off
Australian Democracy - Vincent Lingiari and the Wave Hill Walk Off
Australian Democracy - Vincent Lingiari and the Wave Hill Walk Off
Australian Democracy - Vincent Lingiari and the Wave Hill Walk Off
Australian Democracy - Vincent Lingiari and the Wave Hill Walk Off
Australian Democracy - Vincent Lingiari and the Wave Hill Walk Off
Australian Democracy - Vincent Lingiari and the Wave Hill Walk Off
Australian Democracy - Vincent Lingiari and the Wave Hill Walk Off
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Introduce your students to Vincent Lingiari and the Gurindji people and help them to develop an understanding of the reasons for the Wave Hill Walk Off and the impact it had on Aboriginal peoples’ lives and their experiences of democracy and citizenship following Federation.

Helping students to understand the experiences of democracy of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples can be difficult. The activities in this pack will generate discussion, provide valuable knowledge and facilitate understanding of the fight for basic rights and freedoms faced by not just these famous Aboriginal men but the entire community. Students will also gain an understanding of how factors such as media coverage and social pressure influenced these changes.


In this resource you'll find five activities:
→ Mini-unit title page
→ Comprehension text and question flipbook
→ Vincent Lingiari foldable biography activity
→ Experiences of Democracy and Human rights flap book
→ From Little Things, Big Things Grow song storyboard and analysis
→ What Were They Fighting For foldable protest sign.

This resource complements the following Australian Curriculum content descriptors and their elaborations.
Experiences of Australian democracy and citizenship, including the status and rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, migrants, women and children (ACHASSK135)
Examine different viewpoints on actions, events, issues and phenomena in the past and present (ACHASSI127)

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