ARNHEM LAND AUSTRALIA - WHERE IS IT?
This is the opening unit on Arnhem Land an extensive region in Northern Australia which is owned and controlled by Aboriginal people. In Australia Arnhem Land is regarded as remote. For non-indigenous people access requires entry permits. Arnhem Land provides opportunity for study under a range of titles as indicated by following units in the series. It is a land where Aboriginal people entered many generations ago. It is a land of contrasting landscapes from sea to coastline to rivers and floodplains and to vast woodlands which adapt to seasonal variations in rainfall. It is a land with a long history as depicted in rock paintings. It is a land of more recent history where those who contacted the Aboriginal people came via the sea and more recently across land in explorations of discovery. This first title sets the location scene. It can stand alone. To reinforce location a family reunion activity is provided as a black and white attachment so that hard copies can be provided. Once started it is hoped that you will want to further your understanding and interest in Arnhem Land by using following titles in the series. Enjoy the journey as I have!

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