This is a teacher led powerpoint with a range of activities to get students thinking about the consequences of forcibly removing children from their communities. Students brainstorm ideas about the effect of the stolen generations on Indigenous
This powerpoint is created to introduce students to the topic of 'changing rights and freedoms from 1945 to present.' This is a comparative study of the movement in America and Australia. Students are introduced to different civil rights leaders and
This powerpoint is designed for a year 10 class studying 'changing rights and freedoms.' There is a contemporary case study which shows how restrictive the Native Title Act still is for Indigenous Australians. Teacher guides students through
Guided scaffolded essay for students to respond to the question 'explain why mythology was so important to the ancient Greeks.' Students complete the worksheets to draft their response to the essay question.
This task was designed for a year 9 GATs class for the elective history unit on 'myths and legends.' Students were given lessons in class to work on the task. It is a source based assessment on 'the Iliad' and marking criteria are provided. There is
This is an introductory powerpoint for a 'myths and legends' unit focusing on the Greek tale 'the Iliad.' Teacher leads students through powerpoint and stops to discuss points with students. The powerpoint outlines what a myth is and why