Community and Remembrance (Aboriginal Heritage)

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Summary: This lesson adopts an integrated approach to teaching science, incorporating picture story books and maths concepts.  The lesson aims to expand the students understanding of the differing seasons in Northern Australia and draws on their developing understanding of scientific concepts such as evaporation.  The lesson should be taught as part of a continuing exploration

Big Rain Coming by Katrina Germein - An Integrated Maths and Science Lesson for 1/2 - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Summary: This lesson adopts an integrated approach to teaching science, incorporating picture story books and maths concepts. The lesson aims to expand the students understanding of the differing seasons in Northern Australia and draws on their developing understanding of scientific concepts such as evaporation. The lesson should be taught as part of a continuing exploration […]

Summary of Lesson Plan/Webquest: This WebQuest is one activity in an integrated History/English unit, based on the Australian Curriculum History elective: Making A Nation, for Year 9. This activity is only one component of a unit that will encourage students to think about different contexts, perspectives and interpretations from the past, and how people from

First Australians - Making a Nation History Webquest and Lesson Plan - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Summary of Lesson Plan / Webquest: This WebQuest is one activity in an integrated History/English unit, based on the Australian Curriculum History elective: Making A Nation, for Year 9. This activity is only one component of a unit that will encourage students to think about different contexts, perspectives and interpretations from the past, and how […]

Summary: In this lesson students will read the text ‘The Rabbits’ written by John Marsden and then analyse the very detailed illustrations by Shaun Tan. ‘The Rabbits’ follows the story of the European settlement in Australia but uses Rabbits representing the Europeans and Possums representing the Aboriginals. Students will describe what they see in the

The Rabbits by John Marsden: Illustration and Imagery Analysis Lesson - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Summary: In this lesson students will read the text ‘The Rabbits’ written by John Marsden and then analyse the very detailed illustrations by Shaun Tan. ‘The Rabbits’ follows the story of the European settlement in Australia but uses Rabbits representing the Europeans and Possums representing the Aboriginals. Students will describe what they see in the […]

Summary of Lesson Plan: In this lesson, students learn about how to identify things from the past. After a little bit of a lead into history, students learn to identify mediums that are more effective in learning about the past. They go on a walk around your local area, using clues to identify buildings and

Signs of the Past History Lesson Plan - Year 2 - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Summary of Lesson Plan: In this lesson, students learn about how to identify things from the past. After a little bit of a lead into history, students learn to identify mediums that are more effective in learning about the past. They go on a walk around your local area, using clues to identify buildings and […]

Summary of lesson plan: Students will analyse an Aboriginal Image. They will use their detective skills to work out what is happening in each image. This lesson helps to develop students understanding in Aboriginal culture as well as allowing them to practice their writing skills. Australian Curriculum Links: ACELA1496: Explore the effect of choices when

Aboriginal Images - A Cultural Lesson Plan for Years 3/4 - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Summary of lesson plan: Students will analyse an Aboriginal Image. They will use their detective skills to work out what is happening in each image. This lesson helps to develop students understanding in Aboriginal culture as well as allowing them to practice their writing skills. Australian Curriculum Links: ACELA1496: Explore the effect of choices when […]

Barani is an Aboriginal word of the Sydney language that means ‘yesterday’. The Barani website provides histories of people, places and events in the City of Sydney local government area that are associated with the histories of Sydney’s Aboriginal and Read More

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Barani is an Aboriginal word of the Sydney language that means ‘yesterday’. The Barani website provides histories of people, places and events in the City of Sydney local government area that are associated with the histories of Sydney’s Aboriginal and Read More

Summary of Lesson Plan: This lesson is an attempt at creating empathy for the Mothers who had their children forcibly removed. This lesson was originally designed for a Year 8 English Class but could also be adapted for other year levels and other Curriculum Areas, specifically History. It also covers Cross-curriculum priorities. This lesson has

The Stolen Generations Lesson Plan - English and History Mixed Together - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Summary of Lesson Plan: This lesson is an attempt at creating empathy for the Mothers who had their children forcibly removed. This lesson was originally designed for a Year 8 English Class but could also be adapted for other year levels and other Curriculum Areas, specifically History. It also covers Cross-curriculum priorities. This lesson has […]

Aboriginal people and place Sydney Barani history Gadigal

Aboriginal people and place - Barani

Aboriginal people and place Sydney Barani history Gadigal

First Australians - Making Headlines!: Introduction

First Australians - Making Headlines!: Introduction

Aboriginal Culture Investigation Lesson Plan – Year 3/4

Aboriginal Images - A Cultural Lesson Plan for Years 3/4 - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Summary of lesson plan: Students will analyse an Aboriginal Image. They will use their detective skills to work out what is happening in each image. This lesson helps to develop students understanding in Aboriginal culture as well as allowing them to practice their writing skills. Australian Curriculum Links: ACELA1496: Explore the effect of choices when […]

Aboriginal history

Aboriginal history - City of Sydney

Aboriginal peoples have lived in Sydney for thousands of years and the City celebrates their historic ties to the land.

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