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A high-school History teacher who is currently travelling and updating resources to share. Please leave some feedback so I can know if you liked the worksheet or resource or if there is something I can change to make it more accessible for all. My resources are generally scaffolded, offer a range of tasks that students from varying abilities can understand and the instruction is clear. The layouts and formatting between my worksheets are consistent and designed for clarity.

A high-school History teacher who is currently travelling and updating resources to share. Please leave some feedback so I can know if you liked the worksheet or resource or if there is something I can change to make it more accessible for all. My resources are generally scaffolded, offer a range of tasks that students from varying abilities can understand and the instruction is clear. The layouts and formatting between my worksheets are consistent and designed for clarity.
World War II - Australians in the Pacific Unit
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World War II - Australians in the Pacific Unit

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Australia in the Pacific - 27 slide PowerpPoint offers activities, primary sources, information, videos, many images and examples in line with the History curriculum. Material worth approx 6-7 x 40 minute lessons. Powerpoint offers: - The Japanese in the Pacific - Kokoda Trail - Fall of Singapore - Prisoner’s of War - Pearl Harbor - Censorship - Darwin Bombings Some activities include: - Primary evidence: An Australian soldier’s account of conditions on the Kokoda Trail. Short but detail account which students can use to write about and understand what it may have been like. - Empathy task: If you were a POW of the Japanese in WWII. Instructions and ideas included for students - Ethical task: Debate about censorship. Instructions included - More included
Rights and Freedoms PowerPoint
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Rights and Freedoms PowerPoint

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Rights and Freedoms for First Australians + Indigenous Rights and Policies Lesson Plan: Timing with activities worth 100+ minutes, syllabus links and topics include: First Australians, Day of Mourning, Australia day, Stolen Generation, Census, Sorry speech. Activities include: PowerPoint guide + visuals for activities and questions for students to follow - {matched to lesson plan must purchase separatley or go back to see bundle} Empathy tasks - diary entries and debates Worksheets + {must purchase separately or buy bundle pack} Primary source analysis: Images, testimonies, speeches Link for Kahoot revision Raw file so can be added to
Rise of Japanese Militarism
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Rise of Japanese Militarism

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34-slide Powerpoint with activities, sources, images, questions and information covering the history of the Rise of Japanese Militarism up until and including WWII. Should cover 2-4 whole lessons. Includes: - Militarism (what is it?) - Japan after WWI - Japan’s strategy for dealing with the Depression - Natural resources (what they had and what they needed) - Invasion of Manchuria 1931 - The ‘Rape of Nanking’ - The move into South East Asia - The attack on the United States - Pearl Harbor (Attack and significance) - Japan's threat to Australia
Experience of POW's and the Thai-Burma Railway
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Experience of POW's and the Thai-Burma Railway

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Information with photographs, questions and activities. The activities allow students to work in groups or as individuals. Both questions and activities are scaffolded for low to high ability learners. 3 x page document of worksheets should cover 2 x 40-minute lessons. A strong class may be able to finish it in one lesson + homework.
Globalisation and Australia
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Globalisation and Australia

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Five different activities centred around students exploring globalised Australia. A creative activity is also included. Opportunity to complete the worksheet as a class, group based or individual work. Offers some differentiation and scaffolding, however, the worksheet can be altered to be broken down further for lower-ability students. Suitable for yr 8-10 Geography and Commerce. The worksheet is designed to stimulate thought, some knowledge of globalisation is needed before using the worksheet. Timing: If supported by video examples or discussions, may take up to 2 x 40 minute lessons.
Geography of Ancient China Activity
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Geography of Ancient China Activity

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Introduction to the Geography of Ancient China which includes a cloze passage activity and a question relating to how the environment impacts border development. Should take students 5-20 minutes depending on ability.
World War Two Syllabus Point Activities
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World War Two Syllabus Point Activities

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This collection of WWII resources includes information and many activities covering the Rise of Japanese Militarism, the Experience of Australian POW's on the Thai-Burma Railway and a whole unit including - The Japanese in the Pacific including; The Kokoda Trail, The Fall of Singapore, Prisoner’s of War, Pearl Harbor, Censorship, Darwin Bombings.
Global Inequalities - Sweatshops
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Global Inequalities - Sweatshops

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This worksheet provides information on the reality of Sweatshops for the Global Inequalities topic. The worksheet offers a case study and information on a garment factory collapse from 2013 with questions for students. The worksheet also offers students the chance to think about their own consumer habits and offers an empathy task. Suited to 25-40mins of work depending on Student ability.
Glossary activity for WW1
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Glossary activity for WW1

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Provides important terms, people and concepts of World War One. Students need to sort the terms into categories and find their definition. The same words are then used in a crossword which help to check sutdents understanding of terms and concepts. 1 x 40 minute lesson. Matching crossword can be used for a 15 minute activity or revision/homework.
Everyday Life in Athens - Ancient Greece
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Everyday Life in Athens - Ancient Greece

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Everyday life in Ancient Athens - Booklet of information, primary sources, activities and questions for students. Half a unit of work. Lessons tailored to mixed ability. Opportunity for extension. 6-8 x 40min lessons worth of work. Included are sections corresponding with the Syllabus: Social Structure, clothing, family, education, women and slavery. 5 various activities are highlighted in booklet. These are designed for differentiation. Each section (clothing, women etc.) has information and pictures and a source with questions and or activities to correspond.
WW1 Artefact Discovery - Skill Development
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WW1 Artefact Discovery - Skill Development

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This Source-based activity designed to get students thinking about SIX items found from WW1. Specifics: - Highly scaffolded worksheet - Enough work for 1-2 x 40 minute lesson/s - Offers the ability for students to work individually or in a group. - FOUR activities are included in this resource which build on the previous activities. The second activity is an extension activity of the first which provides students with the opportunity to easily construct a paragraph based on the sources with evidence gathered from the previous activity. The third activity asks a question focused on the usefulness of the sources to a specific example. The fourth activity offers an extension activity of a creative nature. - An example is provided for students for activity 1. - Answer are provided for the teacher for the whole of activity 1 which is specific information about the sources provided. - Advice to teachers would be to print in colour if possible to help students see the items more clearly so they engage in the activity more. - Very suited to a mixed ability year 9 class as there are varying levels of sources to discover (some are easier to identify than others). - Can also be used for the HSC course as a quick activity to get students thinking and identifying the usefulness of sources... etc
Thai-Burma Railway POW worksheet lesson
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Thai-Burma Railway POW worksheet lesson

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This worksheet features 1 page of information about the POW experience working on the Thai-Burma Railway. Follow up questions from the reading passage and a create activity follow. This is worth 1-2 x 45 minute class. The creative activity has hands-on opportunity to imagine what it would have been like to be a POW and create artifacts from the experience as well as diary entry etc…
World War One Crossword Puzzle for Terms and Concepts
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World War One Crossword Puzzle for Terms and Concepts

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Fun activity designed to match the WW1 terms and concept worksheet also posted here, this activity is to check student understanding on their terms and concepts. Can also be used for fast finishers/homework! Should take students 10-20 minutes depending on the level of understanding/previous knowledge of terms. Features some black and white cartoons to keep their level of interest up, as well as a guess who which students should be able to guess if they have successfully completed the puzzle.
Desert Climates and Temperatures Worksheet
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Desert Climates and Temperatures Worksheet

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Activity for YR 7 Biomes (Global Environments): Deserts. Climate and Temperature graph with 10 questions including higher-order questions. 1xA4 page in colour, well edited to visually pleasing for learners. This is also suitable for Years 7-9 quick revision activities to refresh skills. This activity will last approx 5-15 minutes for individuals depending on ability level.
WW1 Crossword Puzzle on Terms and Concepts
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WW1 Crossword Puzzle on Terms and Concepts

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Fun activity designed to match the WW1 terms and concept worksheet also posted here, this activity is to check student understanding on their terms and concepts. Can also be used for fast finishers/homework! Should take students 10-20 minutes depending on the level of understanding/previous knowledge of terms. Features some black and white cartoons to keep their level of interest up, as well as a guess who which students should be able to guess if they have successfully completed the puzzle.
Rights and Freedoms Lesson Plan
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Rights and Freedoms Lesson Plan

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Rights and Freedoms for First Australians + Indigenous Rights and Policies Lesson Plan: Timing with activities worth 100+ minutes, syllabus links and topics include: First Australians, Day of Mourning, Australia day, Stolen Generation, Census, Sorry speech. Activities include: PowerPoint guide + visuals for activities and questions for students to follow - matched to lesson plan {must purchase separately or buy resource pack} Empathy tasks - diary entries and debates Worksheets + {must purchase separately or buy resource pack} Primary source analysis: Images, testimonies, speeches Link for Kahoot revision Word file so it can be altered
French Revolution Source Activity
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French Revolution Source Activity

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French Revolution Source Analysis Activity Using primary sources of images from the French Revolution of various Social groups, political drawings and themes of the period, students can imagine what it might have been like to live in the chaotic time! Resource is a 30 minute [approx] Jigsaw activity where students operate in groups. Instructions are included on how to scaffold this activity.
Background to the Causes of World War One
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Background to the Causes of World War One

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This worksheet that has TWO activities designed to act as a revision worksheet at the end of the unit or a supplemental worksheet for students beginning the topic. It offers: A short passage about the context of the Nations involved in the rising tensions Primary sources which help visual learners A great homework task or to give to fast finishers Worksheet may take anywhere from 5 - 15 minutes depending on students ability
Background to the Causes of World War One
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Background to the Causes of World War One

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This worksheet that has TWO activities designed to act as a revision worksheet at the end of the unit or a supplemental worksheet for students beginning the topic. It offers: A short passage about the context of the Nations involved in the rising tensions Primary sources which help visual learners A great homework task or to give to fast finishers Worksheet may take anywhere from 5 - 15 minutes depending on student’s ability
Threatened Species: Rhinos
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Threatened Species: Rhinos

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This worksheet is based on a video (link provided for ABC) which is a news story designed for high school students to understand the issue of poaching which Rhinos face. The provided questions are made to correspond with the video clip, the answers can be found and deducted from the information provided in the clip. However, answers can be talked in small groups or as a class about including ethical questioning/answers and ideas/solutions to the problems.