How were Australia's Indigenous people once treated by the white public, the government and the law?
Use the Indigenous Civil Rights Resource Bundle to answer this question and engage your students in a study of how Aboriginal Australians experienced democracy in decades past.
Australian Curriculum Links: ACHASSK135
This resource is delivered as a 12 page PDF in A4 size.
So, what's included?
✓ Dozens of ideas to introduce the topic, dig a little deeper and get creative with it!
✓ Engaging 600-word article entitled Indigenous Civil Rights targeted at a 11-14 year old audience.
✓ Glossary of unfamiliar terms found in the above story to build understanding and vocabulary.
✓ Pre- and Post- reading quiz to assess reading comprehension.
✓ Tri-level question guide about the above article.
✓ KW Chart to determine questions for inquiry.
✓ Treatment of Victimised Peoples comparison activity.
✓ Events in Indigenous Civil Rights sequencing activity.
✓ An Important Event in the Civil Rights Movement worksheet asks students to research one event from the above sequencing activity and describe its significance to the civil rights movement.
Purchase Issue 08 of HistoriCool Magazine in print or digital format to use this resource alongside the coinciding mag: www.historicool.com.au