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The Teacher Resource Guide provides extensive links to online resources for use when teaching about the culture, history and experiences of Aboriginal Peoples in Australia. The guide covers the Secondary and Senior Secondary curriculum and is split into a series of subdivisions for ease of use. There are over 120 resource links ready for you to explore!
This lesson looks at the tragic story of the colonisation of Australia and the destruction of the Aboriginal way of life. There are several resources you can use for this lesson (and you might want to use this over two or three lessons - there is a lot here!). The students investigate whether or not we should apologise for the actions of our ancestors, and how it could/should be made right today. A really good lesson.
In this lesson, students look at the clash of traditions by considering how colonisation has affected Aboriginal Peoples.
In this lesson, students examine the environmental practices used by Aboriginal Peoples and the way in which they think about and interact with the environment.
One powerpoint presentation and 2 handout sheets to help students create artwork based on the theme of aboriginal art. The presentation involves lesson objectives, high order thinking questions and criteria for success. The activities focus upon aboriginal symbols and creating journey maps and stories. The presentation was originally created to be used with KS3 but it can be easily adapted for other year groups.
In this lesson, students analyse a variety of sources in order to explore how Aboriginal history and experiences are conveyed. They share their findings with other members of the class and then consider the difficulties inherent in the process of representation.
In this lesson, students look at the history of voting rights, creating a timeline of events, researching three specific events in detail and then choosing one of these events and creating a newspaper report detailing what happened and why.
In this lesson, students work in groups to investigate different items of Aboriginal technology. They then share their findings through a marketplace activity before designing a leaflet detailing the nature of Aboriginal technology.
In this lesson, students explore different aspects of Aboriginal Peoples’ identities before taking part in a group discussion based on their findings.
In this lesson, students investigate the nature of Aboriginal theatre and dance before going on to compare and contrast Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal performing arts.
Hats High comes from "Anna the Goanna" and Other Poems by Jill McDougall, which is a collection of poems written to reflect the real world, dreams and imaginings of Aboriginal children. This is a complete unit of work. This resources was created for students with special needs, but can be used with primary students. The Smart notebook has the poem which includes visual images, a variety of literacy activities from matching pictures, matching words, pre- reading tasks and drawing activities. The Hats High Poem is also given as a word document. There is a worksheet of literacy activities associated with the poem.
This engaging pack is an Integrated Case Study with 50 pages of student activities comparing a traditional indigenous lifestyle with the student’s own lifestyle. It reviews aspects of self and society that were studied in the early years of learning. The children explore the impact of environment and experience on human behaviour. The activities contrasts the child’s own lifestyle with that of the modern indigenous family in a remote area of Australia. The information comes from first hand experience by the author, and includes a variety of images and drawings done within the remote community. Topics of work, play, living, environment, medicine, language are all covered in this comprehensive introduction to the indigenous way. I also use a scrapbook of the photos I have from my time in this community. The scrapbook shows daily activities within the community and it is a great resource to use with ‘The Indigenous Way - An Australian Aboriginal Case Study and Activities’
This is an interactive whiteboard resources about How the birds got their colours - an aboriginal dreaming (Dream Time) story. It has the story which is told with pictures, words and visuals (PCS). There are also related resources to support the teaching of the story. It has a worksheet to supplement the activity.
In this lesson, students examine the history of indigenous Australian contemporary theatre, analyse the protocols for producing indigenous Australian performing arts and then discuss and debate their findings.
This is a worksheet that I put together that compares two poems by Australian Aboriginal poet, Oodgeroo Noonuccal (Kath Walker). It provides an opportunity for insight into the Indigenous Australians' worldview post colonisation and how they feel about the destruction of traditional ways for Aboriginal people. poetry Aborigine Torres-Strait Islander professional standards BOSTES culture history understand old one we are going study analysis verse CHECK OUT MY STORE FOR OTHER RESOURCES, INCLUDING BUNDLED SAVINGS!! https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/Resourcesyouwant CHECK OUT THE TES AUTHOR'S BLOG ARTICLE I FEATURED IN: I am a TES endorsed author - "Author on TES: English expert, Resourcesyouwant": https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/blog/author-tes-english-expert-resourcesyouwant
Included in this pack are two gorgeously designed labels with both English and Maori Language. Words included are the days of the week (including Saturday and Sunday) the months of the year and numbers up to 10. Further I have included the number symbols which make it ideal for your daily calendar in your class. Both designs are bright and colourful. This is an excellent resource to use all year long and in particular for Maori Language Week. I use them all year long and interchange between Maori and Language.
Many Australians are unaware of the distinctive features of Aboriginal languages, how many were spoken in Australia at the time of the first arrival of overseas explorers and even what they sound and look like. This curriculum of short simple lessons explore the principles of language, how sounds are created, and the key features of an indigenous language. The topic is a fascinating one and it is a series of lessons I have delivered to a variety of audiences - from secondary students to highly engaged corporate employees. This program uses a particular language as a case study - a language spoken in the Pilbara region of the north-west of Western Australia. And the language features learnt here apply to many other indigenous languages throughout Australia. They are all related, but they are all so different. By the end of the program you will: have an understanding of the mechanics of articulating Indigenous letters of the alphabet have built up a vocabulary of more than 100 Indigenous words from this language learn how different the grammar rules can be(almost like Latin) learn how culture and language are so intertwined increase your understanding of an Australia Indigenous view of the world The program won’t equip you to be a fluent speaker of the language, but you will be provided with a sound base of language knowledge that will give you the appreciation of some of the uniqueness of an Indigenous language still spoken in Australia. This program is suitable for anybody wanting: To improve their knowledge of the Australia Indigenous culture To gain some linguistic exposure to Indigenous languages To acquire knowledge of the mechanics of language To develop a basis for further in-depth study of Australian Indigenous Language There are 12 lessons in this course (5-15 minutes each), and the course also includes a free download of the dictionary from the languages used throughout the course, as well as a free copy of the scrapbook of photos taken from my time with this community. The course is hosted on Teachable.com.au and the coupon code to access the course (as well as the link to the course) will be provided once payment is processed. To see more, the Home Page for the course is HERE. Learn more about the author at Malcom Brown Or join the others on my Australian Indigenous Languages Page I’d be really disappointed if anyone is not happy with these packs, so if that’s you, please get back to me and your money will be very happily refunded. I’d really like some feedback too, so all comments most welcome.
This Bowen extract seems like exactly the type of text AQA have been choosing for the exam and specimen materials. I have added questions in an exam paper format and hope that it will make excellent revision practice for your students.
This resource contains 15 clues related to European languages day which need to displayed around the school in various locations. There is also a Student Answer sheet and the ANSWERS to the answer sheet. Very engaging and fun activity.
Extract and Practice exam questions - useful for revision exam practise.