Introduce your students to Paul Strzelecki and his adventures as an Australian Explorer
Australian Curriculum Content Descriptor:
ACHASSK110 – The role that a significant individual or group played in shaping a colony
Paul Strzelecki is known for naming Australia’s highest peak, Mt Kosciuszko. Prior to this he lead a life full of adventure and discovery inspired by his love of geology and science.
After reading the tour guide for the band Strzelecki and the Zig Zags
students will have a better understanding of Strzelecki’s extensive world travel and his time spent in Australia. They will be truly engaged in the comprehension, vocabulary and mapping activities that are part of this pack.
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Australian Curriculum * HASS * Australian History * Australian Explorers * Paul Strzelecki * Strezelecki * Year 5 * ACHASSK110 * ACHASSI096 * ACHASSI097 * Explorer *Exploration * Geography * Mt Kosciuszko
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