The 'Everyday household items of the past' PowerPoint presentation is a series of slides depicting objects from 19th and 20th Century Australian homes. It is ideal for use with the new Australian History curriculum.
This fully editable resource can be used as a stimulus for discussion with students about primary and secondary sources of information, using artefacts to investigate the lives of people of earlier times, or as an informative text for research projects about change from the past to the present.
The colourful original photographs and related texts may be printed off and laminated for use in classroom displays and student workbooks or incorporated into other multimedia displays, student projects and timelines.
The resource includes:
*2 slides for each household item i.e. photograph of item/s, photograph with text e.g. explaining the age of the item, materials used in its construction, historical context, relevance
*Sample stimulus questions for discussion or to provoke inquiry and further research
*Useful URLs and web addresses for further research
*Original photographs depicting everyday household items, from a variety of categories including sport, leisure, cooking and food preparation, technology, grooming, self-care, clothing, education
Globite school case
Wash basin and jug
Metal hair curlers
Elastoplast adhesive dressings
Women’s apparel – pillbox hat, lace handkerchief, gloves
Pipe stand and pipes
Writing implements – slate pencil, pen with nib, ink bottle
Vintage girl’s gift book and wind-up tin toy
1939 Rugby League gazette
Piano sheet music
Eggbeater and rolling pin
Enamel tea canister and beaded milk jug cover
Sewing and crochet items
French knitting spool
Horse shoe and nails
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