Group 33 - Australia as a nation.

Stage 3. This board offers a variety of stimulus for the exploration of this topic. Why and how did Australia become a nation? How did Australian society change throughout the 20th century? Who were the people who came to Australia? Why did they come? What contribution have significant individuals and groups made to the development of Australian society?
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A timeline display set and worksheets to teach about the history of Australian Immigration. [ACHHK115]

Australian History of Immigration Timeline

Ap world history change over time essay format Uses relevant world historical context effectively to explain change over time and/or continuity. Documents Similar To Ccot Essay Sample. AP World History.

Governing Australia: three levels of law-making...Image of Australia highlighting  Melbourne 1901, Australia's first federal Parliament [ACHHK113]

Governing Australia: three levels of law-making.Image of Australia highlighting Melbourne Australia's first federal Parliament

From the National Museum of Australia - Teaching and learning activities to support 'Life at the time of Federation.' Downloadable as a pdf or word document. Suitable for Year 6 students. [ACHHK114]

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A look at immigration to Australia over the last 200 years from the persecutive of the National Maritime Museum. [ACHHK115]

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Skills :: great resource for teachers in assessing and creating historical inquiry questions for students in history.  [ACHHS119]

AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM - History Units presents 8 units developed by the History Teachers' Association of Australia to support teachers in the implementation of the Australian Curriculum: History.

Doctor Charles Teo is a high profile Australian Neurosurgeon who was born in Sydney to Chinese Singaporean parents who immigrated to Australia. He is the director of the Centre for Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery.  [ACHHK116]

Dr Charlie Teo (an aussie) - currently trying to find a cure for brain cancer. He has a 10 year plan in which he believes he CAN find a cure.good luck Charlie you are amazing!

Source: Picture Origin: 1920 In 1920 the government allowed deserving First Nation people to be enfranchised- this meant that they could vote and have the rights of a British citizen IF ONLY they gave up their status and treaty rights. First Nations struggled because the land they were given was poor and infertile. First Nations also faced discrimination. [ACHHK114]

Bill Onus, President of the Victorian Aborigines' Advancement League, taking part in the march for Aboriginal Rights referendum, Melbourne, 29 May Photo: Fairfaxphotos.

Anh Do's inspirational story about his family's incredible escape from war-torn Vietnam and his childhood in Australia, told especially for children. [ACHHK115] [ACHHK116]

The Little Refugee : The Inspiring True Story of Australia's Happiest Refugee - Anh Do

Advance Australia Fair?  Could be good to use for  discussion of treatment of asylum seekers. It might also be good to address some of the common stereotypes about migrants. [ACHHK115]

I love you Australia Australia defends its citizens by enacting the toughest immigration laws. Obama wages a war on Americans citizens by allowing illegal aliens to cross our southern border instead.

Louisa Lawson - suffragist and business woman [ACHHK113]

Louisa Lawson Poet, Suffragist/Feminist & Business Woman (also mother of Henry Lawson). In 1888 she started 'Dawn' a fortnightly journal for women. Quote: "(It was) not against men, but against customs that have given them the whip hand too long"

The Museum of Democracy has interesting timelines and personal accounts that are ideal in exploring democracy. [ACHHK114]

The Museum of Democracy has interesting timelines and personal accounts that are ideal in exploring democracy.