Timeline clothespins: This would be so cool to have each student add the famous person's name and the birth year of the person he/she studied. Great discussion starter.

Timeline: Middle and South America History

Timeline clothespins: This would be so cool to have each student add the famous person's name and the birth year of the person he/she studied. (Site in another language, but you can see the idea!

This lesson supports students in understanding the push and pull factors contributing to human migration with an Australian context.

TEACHER RESOURCES: Teacher prompt for higher order thinking: This thought encourages class discussions. Also links to lesson plans for Stage 3

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.

Year 6 History Unit - Australia as a Nation - Australian Curriculum Lessons

This history unit of work is aimed for a year six class and is on the topic of Historical Knowledge and Understanding / Australia as a Nation. History lessons and units from Australian Curriculum Lessons

Australian Curriculum History: Australia as a nation. Federation, democracy, migrant groups and developing Australian society. Year 6.

Australian Curriculum History: Australia as a nation. Federation, democracy, migrant groups and developing Australian society.


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