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Ned Kelly is an Australian legend the ultimate Aussie larrikin. People love to hear the stories of his run-ins with police, his ability to avoid capture and his determination to bring to light the corruption of police and the wealthy elite. At the mention of his name images of Ned covered in cumbersome metal armour brandishing a shotgun immediately come to mind.
This great interactive 40-page resource pack includes a huge range of highly engaging activities including:
Your students will enjoy reading the court testimony of both Superintended Hare and Ned Kelly and analysing each statement with carefully crafted activities to determine was Ned Kelly a hero or villain?
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To make your life easier we have created a series of assembly videos which can be viewed on our Vimeo page. These videos are short and straightforward so you can display them on your IWB.
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Australian Curriculum * HASS * Australian History * Ned Kelly * Australian Bushrangers * Year 5 * ACHASSK110 * ACHASSI096 * ACHASSI097 *
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