Who was Eddie Mabo? And what did he have to do with the land rights of Australia's indigenous population?
Use the Mabo & Indigenous Land Rights Resource Bundle to answer these questions and engage your students in a study of the experiences of democracy of Aboriginal people after Federation, and the contribution that Eddie Mabo made to Australia and its history.
Australian Curriculum Links: ACHASSK135, ACHASSK137
This resource is delivered as a 14 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 700-word article entitled It's Mabo, It's Justice targeted at a 11-13 year old audience.
✓Indigenous Rights Glossary worksheet for students to add to during their topic study.
✓ Understanding 'It's Mabo, It's Justice' worksheet assesses comprehension of the text.
✓ Mabo: Who, What, Where, When, Why, How? worksheet asks students to consider questions from all angles and select one for deeper study.
✓ Government Policies: Indigenous Rights worksheet.
✓ Cartoon Analysis activity on the subject of terra nullius.
✓ Australian Flag Redesign activity
Purchase Issue 22 of HistoriCool Magazine in print or digital format to use this resource alongside the coinciding mag: www.historicool.com.au