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Where I Belong Booklet

Where I Belong Booklet

This is written with Australian teachers in mind but can be used by all cultures. This resource makes up an 18 page booklet for children to learn about where they belong and to learn about others. Australian Curriculum—Foundation Year Humanities and Social Sciences Personal and family histories ACHHK001 and ACHHK002 The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia Outcome 1: Children have a strong sense of identity - Children develop knowledgeable and confident self identities Outcome 2: Children are connected with and contribute to their world - Children respond to diversity with respect
TeachEzy
The Black Death: Masks Presentation

The Black Death: Masks Presentation

As part of the children's cross-curricular studies about the Black Death, I linked my Art by learning about Masks. The class had previously studied the Egyptians, so this linked well with their knowledge from that. This is a simple presentation which will allow you as a class to discuss what masks are, who wears them and why, and to compare different examples from cultures around the world. I haven't included a specific activity, but from this we went on compare/contrast the examples, and then over future lessons focus specifically on Death Masks before the class designed and made their own. Can easily be adapted for a different topic which features masks!
stephgrimes86
GCSE American West Teaching Resources

GCSE American West Teaching Resources

This is your chance to buy all my outstanding American West resources bundled up for a massive saving. These resources are tried and tested. They are suitable for a wide range of abilities and will successfully engage your students. For more information, click on the resources.
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Tribes Around The World

Tribes Around The World

This 48 page booklet introduces the students to some of the many tribes still found around the world, it helps them to understand their individualities, as well as their struggles and accomplishes over their harsh environment and the ever changing modern and outside world. Chapter titles include: Choosing A Place To Settle What Is An Indigenous Tribe? Where Are Some Of The Worlds Tribes Found? Living In The Rainforest The Kayapo Tribe The Yanomami Tribe The Matsés Tribe The Awá Who Else Lives In The Forest? Living In The Mountains The Chagga People The Sherpa People The Quechua Tribe Living In The Desert The San People The Matmata People Living On An Island The Pitcairn People Living In The Arctic The Inuit People Living In The Savannah The Maasai Tribe Creating Your Own Tribe
WillsonEducation
Support Culturally Responsive Teaching!

Support Culturally Responsive Teaching!

Teachers with an awareness and understanding of culturally responsive teaching practices will begin incorporating various cultures, languages, and traditions into lessons. By addressing cultural and ethnic norms reflected within a group of culturally diverse students, teachers can support student success. What does this look like in the classroom?
KDP1911
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Playing Cards NAIDOC

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Playing Cards NAIDOC

This resource contains 26 playing cards with an Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander theme. Included are instructions to play “Go Fish” using these cards. The cards contain a picture and a short description so that children learn about the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. Links to AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM Humanities and Social Sciences - History - Year 3 Historical Knowledge and Understanding / Community and remembrance ACHHK063 Days and weeks celebrated or commemorated in Australia (including Australia Day, ANZAC Day, Harmony Week, National Reconciliation Week, NAIDOC week and National Sorry Day) and the importance of symbols and emblems.
TeachEzy
Year 6 Australian History - Migrant Experiences of Democracy

Year 6 Australian History - Migrant Experiences of Democracy

This product consists of three engaging and hands on activities to help your Year 6 students explore and understand the experiences of democracy by Australian migrants. This product specifically looks at the dictation test, the deportation of Pacific Islander workers and the internment of migrants during war time. This product endeavours to give students a first hand experience of the dictation test given to migrants on arrival in Australia and requires them to reflect on this to develop empathy and understanding of this experience for migrants. Additionally there is a foldable activity with pull out tabs so students can compare the experiences of European and non-European migrants. Finally students are asked to read and reflect on the treatment of Pacific Islander workers and war time detainees and discuss how this relates to their understanding of democracy. This resource complements the following Australian Curriculum content descriptors and their elaborations. Experiences of Australian democracy and citizenship, including the status and rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, migrants, women and children (ACHASSK135) Examine different viewpoints on actions, events, issues and phenomena in the past and present (ACHASSI127) This resource can be purchased as part of our Experiences of Democracy Bundle. Check it out here: Year 6 Australian History Experiences of Democracy BUNDLE Save 20% Check out our other “Experiencing Democracy” Resources on our TES shop. Australia Year 6 Australian Curriculum Australian History Indigenous Australians Democracy Democratic Rights Migrants Migration Pacific Islander Dictation test White Australia Policy Immigration Restriction Act 1901
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Year 6 Australian History - Democracy - Indigenous Rights - Generating Inquiry

Year 6 Australian History - Democracy - Indigenous Rights - Generating Inquiry

It can be difficult to get students started when developing inquiry questions but once students are able to generate quality inquiry questions their learning opportunities expand greatly. This resource can be used in a variety of ways such as individual inquiry, group or partner work, to create a classroom inquiry wall or as a Smartboard resource to generate class discussion. The pages could be printed as a booklet or enlarged to A3 to display. The first page is a democracy brainstorming sheet/poster where students can revisit and record their understanding of what it means to live in a democracy. Completing this sheet first sets students up to analyse the text and photos provided to consider how they reflect the positive or negative experience of democracy for Aboriginal people. Students are asked to record what they understand already and any questions they have about the information relating to democracy. I have also included inquiry question slips which can be printed on A3 paper and displayed in the room. This resource complements the following Australian Curriculum content descriptors and their elaborations. Experiences of Australian democracy and citizenship, including the status and rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, migrants, women and children (ACHASSK135) Develop appropriate questions to guide an inquiry about people, events, developments, places, systems and challenges (ACHASSI122) Sequence information about people’s lives, events, developments and phenomena using a variety of methods including timelines (ACHASSI125) Examine primary and secondary sources to determine their origin and purpose (ACHASSI126) Examine different viewpoints on actions, events, issues and phenomena in the past and present (ACHASSI127) This resource can be purchased as part of our Experiences of Democracy Bundle. Check out our other Year 6 Australian History - Experiencing Democracy resources. Year 6 Australia Australian Curriculum Australian History Inquiry Indigenous Rights Democracy Government Democratic Rights
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