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Interactive Australian History Timeline

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Lara Kathleen's curator insight, April 19, 2013 9:24 AM

This source is an interactive timeline of significant events in Australian History. Click a decade and it takes you to a page of info, images and video clips surrounding the main events that have occurred in the decade.

 

HSIE lesson idea: In groups of 3 students are allocated a decade up to the 1900's to research using the links on the time line and present a short slide show/presentation outlining the main events of that decade/some interesting facts. The powerpoint needs to include 2 relevant images, 2 significant events and 2 questions regarding the decade they would like to find more out about. They would then present this to the class (2 minutes maximum). 

 

This activity encourages group collaboration and using ICT skills to form a presentation, that students will present to the class, encouraging them to improve in their presenting, oral communication skills.

 

Supplementary resource:

The timeline in the link below is particularly useful for looking at the mielstones in democracy in Australian history.

http://explore.moadoph.gov.au/subjects/1-milestones-in-australian-democracy

 

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Dust Echoes: Ancient Stories, New Voices

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Ancient Stories, New Voices. Dust Echoes is a series of twelve animated dreamtime stories from Central Arnhem Land in Northern Australia
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Indigenous Australians Overview - Australian Museum

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Indigenous Australians are not one group; Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders throughout Australia have different thoughts, ideas and beliefs. Today their cultures are a mix of contemporary and traditional ways and practices.

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Lara Kathleen's curator insight, May 11, 2013 1:37 AM

A useful collection of resources about Indigenous Australians 

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Commemorating the Freedom Ride

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Catherine Smyth's curator insight, April 1, 2013 7:44 PM

What was the Freedom Ride? Why did it happen? What was significant about the Freedom Ride through New South Wales? Who was involved? Where did the Freedom Riders go? What was life like in 1965?

 

The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies website is home to a range of primary sources relating to the Freedom Ride.

 

Use the Shell Map of the route, newspaper clippings, diaries and photographs to answer historical questions and construct an historical narrative of the event.

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K-6 Educational Resources :: Tracing the history of citizenship and rights for Indigenous people


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Difference Differently

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Difference Differently is aligned to the Australian Curriculum and funded by the Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations.

Difference Differently helps students, teachers and others explore the challenges and opportunities created by diversity.  It provides 14 online modules in English, History, Geography and Civics and Citizenship for students in Years 3 to 10.  Each module includes Teacher Notes, which provide Australian Curriculum links and class based activities to supplement online learning

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See Share Shape

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This SMART Notebook outlines Aboriginal activism for improvement in their human rights and social justice in the 1920s and 1930s. It explains what they hoped their activism would achieve and finishes with the Day of Mourning protest on Australia Day in 1938.

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Mp3: Evidence that Aboriginal people have lived on this land for at least 50 000 years


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Lara Kathleen's curator insight, May 11, 2013 1:32 AM

Mp3 looks at the question: 

1. What evidence do we have to show that Aboriginal people have lived on this land for at least the past 50 000 years?
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National Museum of Australia - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories

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Catherine Smyth's curator insight, June 17, 2013 9:19 PM

Use primary sources that show the diversity of Aboriginal history and culture.

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National Museum of Australia - Classroom learning

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Resources linked to the Australian curriculum:history


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Didj "u" Know - Freedom Rides

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The Freedom Ride set off on the night of the 12 February 1965 Its aim was to campaign in the country towns of New South Wales against racial discrimination that was rife in these insular communitie...

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Blood Brothers – Freedom Ride

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This documentary about Indigenous campaigner Charlie Perkins was made by his daughter Rachel, giving it extra intimacy. (Video excerpt 1.24 minutesalso has educational notes.

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