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THE VOLCANIC CRATERS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA -FORMATION-ABORIGINAL STORY- TOURIST ASSET

THE VOLCANIC CRATERS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA -FORMATION-ABORIGINAL STORY- TOURIST ASSET

This unit has a focus on the creation of 4 volcanic crater lakes formed between 4000 and 5000 years ago. Through a series of labelled diagrams you will be able to explain the formation stages. The unit ties into the explanation of Aboriginal People who must have witnessed the eruption and the formation. Their story of explanation is added. Mount Gambier owes much of its tourist appeal to the presence of these crater lakes inside the volcanic rims which form a backdrop[ to the city. By broadening the area and studying the map between the two capitals of Adelaide (South Australia) and Melbourne (Victoria) the central position of Mount Gambier provides another reason for tourist stopovers. Broaden the study and Mount Gambier is adjacent to two locations of world significance - the fossil rich Naracoorte caves (World Heritage listed) and Penola which is a location of significance in the story of Saint Mary MacKillop. There are several attachments for you to use dealing with the formation process; the visit to the craters and a summary test sheet with cut and paste graphics. These graphics are clearer in the colour versions but if that isn't possible I suggest you project the colour images and discuss them. This area of South Australia deserves to be a significant tourist attraction which you will understand when you cover the material.This unit supports Destination and Location studies (UK); Natural disasters and landforms studies (Australian Curriculum). It's a bit of a pity that you will be several thousand years late to witness the volcanic eruptions.

By KPolkinghorne

Religion: How Caritas Australia helps to achieve social justice

Religion: How Caritas Australia helps to achieve social justice

Two PowerPoints designed for a 9 religion unit about Social Justice and how Catholic organisations contribute to the betterment of society. 1) A PowerPoint introducing the organisation 'Caritas Australia' including their mission and values. It includes an inquiry activity which requires students to go to the Caritas website to learn more for themselves. 2) A PowerPoint looking at three of the countries Caritas assisted and how they did so (Australia, Sri Lanka and the Solomon Islands). It includes videos from the 2014 Project Compassion campaign and viewing questions for students to answer after watching each clip.

By lrigb4

AUSTRALIAN HISTORY - STUDENT RESEARCH LEADING TO THE AUSTRALIAN FIRST AWARDS

AUSTRALIAN HISTORY - STUDENT RESEARCH LEADING TO THE AUSTRALIAN FIRST AWARDS

This unit requires students to search for answers to 10 statements relating to the first people to achieve some aspect of Australia's history. Most answers lie in the pages given which include visual supports, prepared maps and selected photographs. Students appreciate the investigation approach because they become involved in the process - a bit like detectives picking up clues and deciding on their relevance. The whole process is designed to help them fill in the final AWARDS PAGE where they write down the answers, the dates and the evidence they have gathered to support their decision for each award. This approach has the advantage of involvement and discovery which is very appropriate for a unit that is mainly about the discovery of Australia from 40,000 years ago through European navigators to British settlement. Take them on the discovery adventure. There are several attachments; the fill-in final page and - if you are stuck a top secret answer page. However, don't ruin the process by screening the answer sheet before they have had time to discover the answers for themselves. The attachments are given to provide flexibility of approach, recognising that some schools restrict the type and provision of printed materials. You can complete this unit by using screen alone and allowing student observation and discussion. You can, if permitted, provide hard copy worksheets for in class or home use. You have the flexibility of choice. Who were the first to...? Along with your students you can find out the answers. This unit can also form the background to a following unit dealing with the internal explorations within Australia.

By KPolkinghorne

THE RACE TO BE THE FIRST EUROPEANS TO CROSS AUSTRALIA FROM SOUTH TO NORTH

THE RACE TO BE THE FIRST EUROPEANS TO CROSS AUSTRALIA FROM SOUTH TO NORTH

Take your students back in time when the European settlement of Australia was basically a number of colonial capitals spread around a vast continental interior that was basically unknown. Recognise that a series of land explorations would start filling in details about this "Great Unknown". Recognise that maps of the era, though accurate (almost) for the coastline, had little accuracy for the vast interior. Recognise, also that for European colonists communications between their homelands and Australia were frustratingly slow. Now add the interest of colonial governments in opening up land and resources of the interior so that journeys of exploration were favourably regarded and you have the background for the numerous land explorations. Then add the prospect of improved communications with Europe via an undersea cable system that would find landfall on the northern coastline and link with landline a telegraph system. Now you have the incentive for land explorations from south to north. Add the race between Victoria (Burke and Wills) and South Australia (Stuart) and you have the reasons for heightened interest. This unit traces the 3 attempts of Stuart to find the land route from Adelaide to the north coast. Using maps and first hand comments from Stuart's journal you can follow the expeditions through the centre. Share the failures, the hardships, the set backs, the contacts with the Aboriginal first occupiers. A final worksheet provides a check sheet for distribution.

By KPolkinghorne

AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST NATIONAL PARK- THE PROPOSED EXPANDED KIMBERLEY NATIONAL PARK

AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST NATIONAL PARK- THE PROPOSED EXPANDED KIMBERLEY NATIONAL PARK

The Kimberley National Park is due to be proclaimed by 2019. It will be about 5 times the area of Australia's current largest National Park - Kakadu. It will have large areas of land - absorbing 5 present parks and encompassing areas of Aboriginal interest. In terms of landscape it will incorporate coastal islands, vast tidal river flats, swamps, river valleys, mountain ranges, plateaux with a large variety of wildlife and vegetation communities. It will have guardianship over a vast area which is referred to as "Australia's last great wilderness". Such a vast and diverse area will pose issues of control and management. The dilemma of how to maintain the integrity of the natural and cultural features is mentioned. The issue of allowing access and sustaining the natural environment is raised. This is an area of unique landscape with a long history of Aboriginal contact. It is also an area where dinosaurs roamed and left their imprint. There is ample opportunity for students to recognise the variations. There is also scope for debate as the 6 situations provided as attachments are considered. These can be used as class/group discussions or provided as individual worksheets. If you are looking for material that can provoke discussion and debate this unit will provide this opportunity. The material on ecotourism is provided as a parallel issue because the presence and type of tourism contact in this area will be a factor. Enjoy the excursion into the wilderness. Look around and discover the need fro protection and regulation/permits of entry.

By KPolkinghorne

Card Sort: How far was Custer responsible for the defeat of the US Army at the Little Bighorn?

Card Sort: How far was Custer responsible for the defeat of the US Army at the Little Bighorn?

This outstanding resource is designed to help students evaluate how far Custer was responsible for the defeat of the US Army at the Battle of the Little Bighorn. It could be used alongside any main stream text book or resource or as an independent stand alone resource. It also makes an excellent revision activity on the topic as well as preparation for an essay or extended essay on the topic. If you would like to provide even more challenge then why not check out my diamond 9 activity on this topic. You can also download an iPad version from my TES shop. When you purchase this resource, you will receive a two page A4 sheet in Microsoft Word. The activity includes four heading cards labelled Leadership of Custer, Leadership of Reno & Benteen, Leadership of Crazy Horse and Other US Army Leaders as well as 28 statement cards. If you wish to add challenge then you could delete the heading cards and ask your students to come up with their own headings. The aims and objectives for this lesson are: Theme: What role did the US Army play in the defeat of the Plains Indians? Know: What happened during the Battle of the Little Bighorn? Understand: What roles were played by Custer and Crazy Horse in the defeat of the US Army? Evaluate: How far was Custer responsible for the defeat of the US Army at the Little Bighorn? WILF: What Am I looking For? Identify and describe: What happened during the Battle of the Little Bighorn? Explain: What roles were played by Custer and Crazy Horse in the defeat of the US Army? Analyse: How far was Custer responsible for the defeat of the US Army at the Little Bighorn? If you like this resource then why not check out my other resources on this topic in my TES shop. You can also follow 'The History Academy' on Twitter, Google Plus, YouTube and Facebook for the latest updates or even to get in touch and chat about how you have used this resource or to ask questions. We aim to produce cheap and affordable resources for either the price of a good cup of coffee or a happy meal so that you can spend more time doing the things that you want. Anyway, have fun and stay in touch via social media for the latest updates. Kind Regards Roy

By Roy_Huggins

1912 - WHEN BROOME  IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA WAS THE PEARLING CAPITAL OF THE WORLD

1912 - WHEN BROOME IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA WAS THE PEARLING CAPITAL OF THE WORLD

This unit can stand alone or it can be used as a followup to the unit entitled "The pearl shellers of the north west coast of Western Australia -a chequered history". This unit attempts to reveal the history of Broome in 1912 when pearl shelling was at its height. Take your students back in time. Look at the historical photographs and allow them to discuss what they see. The historical maps are based on several resources and are provided to enhance the other visual materials. They are generalisations. Have your students walk from the pearl shelling shed to the exporting long jetty where overseas ships tied up to take on the valuable cargo of pearl shells. On the way, if they look around at the maps and the photograph, they should gain some feeling of Broome in 1912. The attachments are provided in colour and in black and white so that you can choose which ones to use. This unit cuts across several disciplines - including geography/environment; history; racial discrimination; aboriginal studies and environment. Enjoy the walk through time.

By KPolkinghorne

THE PEARL SHELLERS OF THE NORTH WEST COAST OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA - A CHEQUERED  HISTORY

THE PEARL SHELLERS OF THE NORTH WEST COAST OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA - A CHEQUERED HISTORY

Here is a unit that cuts across many areas. It has aspects of environment. It deals with Aboriginal people in the landscape.It mentions the early unfavourable reports of William Dampier. It includes the impact of European pastoralists on Aboriginal culture and survival. It looks at the evolution of pearl shelling collection from Aboriginal gathering to enforced labour of Aboriginal groups to skin diving and finally to deep sea diving using pearl luggers. It is a history of fortunes made by a few and the victimisation of others. It has aspects of racial discrimination and segregation. Take your students on this journey and you will come across a history that happened but one that is not comfortable to relate. There are two sets of attachments to assist. The first set allows your students to see the trials faced by deep sea divers. The second attachments provide question sheets provided in black and white that will test the level of understanding. This is a history, geography, landscape, social issue unit. Part 2 entitled "The Pearl Shellers of Broome 1912" is a reconstruction by maps and photographs of the settlement in the heyday of the Pearl Luggers.

By KPolkinghorne

ABORIGINAL AND EUROPEAN SETTLEMENT IN THE COORONG OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA

ABORIGINAL AND EUROPEAN SETTLEMENT IN THE COORONG OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Aboriginal groups occupied the Coorong area least 5000 years before European settlers arrived. Unlike most other Aboriginal groups in Australia the Coorong Aboriginal people were able to establish permanent campsites. The main area was at Parnka Point. This study will show the geographical advantage of this location - on the shores of the Coorong; within reach of the lakes; with easy access to the enclosing dunes that would later be named "The Younghusband Peninsula"; and with access to both fresh and salt water environments. The arrival of European settlers (began with Dr. Rankine in 1849) greatly impacted this Aboriginal way of life. Unlike the Aboriginal people who worked within the environment, the European settlers were environment modifiers. They converted natural bush-land into introduced cropland. They introduced new hard-hooved animals (cattle, horses, sheep) on to sensitive sandy areas. These animals damaged fresh water soaks - a major source of fresh water for Aboriginal groups. In addition the unintentional impact of European diseases devastated Aboriginal people. What had been a secure environment for Aboriginal people of the Coorong became untenable as their food gathering resources became restricted. Follow through this history which is, in essence, an example of cultural conflict. This unit is aimed at Secondary levels in Aboriginal Studies; Environmental studies and Geography.

By KPolkinghorne