Australia's Level of Government. Federal, state and territories Government.

Flowchart to be displayed in a Stage 3 classroom presenting Australia's Level of Government- Federal, state and territories Government.

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

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

Australian Government Roles & Responsibilities

Australian Government Roles & Responsibilities - Printable Picture Theme Flash Cards / Classroom Displays, Teacher Resources :: Teacher Resources and Classroom Games

Federation: Before 1901 Australia did not exist as a nation. It was a collection of six British colonies which were partly self-governing, but under the law-making power of the British Parliament.

Australia became a nation on 1 January 1901 when six British colonies—New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania—united to form the Commonwealth of Australia. This process is known as federation.

Fifty-seven Australian Government related vocabulary cards for a word wall.

Teachers can use these vocabulary cards for a word wall to introduce the key terms in the CCE unit. By writing a definition next to it students will also be able to constantly refer back to these terms.

These flowchart posters (20 posters + glittery arrows) have been designed to compliment the Civics and Citizenship strand of the HASS curriculum in Australia. The posters are organised according to the steps involved in making a new law in Australia. 22 pages for $2! http://designedbyteachers.com.au/marketplace/making-a-law-in-australia-flowchart-posters/

Making a Law in Australia Flowchart Posters - Civics and Citizenship Curriculum Australia. Ready to print posters.

Part of Australian outline. Government [picture] [Canberra] : Commonwealth Office of Education, [ca. 1949] From National Library of Australia http://www.nla.gov.au/apps/cdview/?pi=nla.pic-vn5717513-4x&referercode=cat

Part of Australian outline. Government [picture] [Canberra] : Commonwealth Office of Education, [ca. 1949] From National Library of Australia http://www.nla.gov.au/apps/cdview/?pi=nla.pic-vn5717513-4x&referercode=cat

Role-play the Australian Parliament: a teacher's guide. This colourfully illustrated step-by-step guide includes the following sections: Law-making in the House of Representatives, Law-making in the Senate, Activities, Glossary. Download PDF version

This free PDF educates students in the process of law making in the House of Representative and in the Senate through role play. Teaching formal mechanics of government leads to grater political expertise and democratic commitment (Reynolds, Pp

It can be tricky for children to understand the concept of democracy. In order to explore the experiences of Australian democracy as outlined in the Australian Curriculum (ACHASSK135) students must first understand what democracy is. This activity is designed to help students to compare scenarios and sort them in to democratic and non-democratic categories.

Australian Democracy - What is Democracy?

The concept of democracy The concept can be tricky to understand. This helps kids compare scenarios & sort them in to democratic & non-democratic categories. In line with the Australian Curriculum.

Bonython Primary School students learn about the Australian Government.

Bonython Primary School students learn about the Australian Government.

A colourful sets of alphabet and numbers Australian flag themed background. They can be used for creating beautiful wall displays, attractive posters and colourful bulletin boards. Available to download for FREE at: http://www.tes.co.uk/teaching-resource/Australian-Flag-Alphabet-and-Numbers-6192470/

A colourful sets of alphabet and numbers in Australian flag background. They can be used for creating beautiful wall displays, attractive posters and colourful bulletin boards.

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