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Sovereign Hill’s Free Educational Resources – A Guide

Sovereign Hill’s Free Educational Resources – A Guide | AC History | Scoop.it

All of Sovereign Hill’s Education Officers are qualified and experienced teachers. When we’re not dressed up in 1850s costume teaching our visiting students, we create free educational activities to help you with your History, Geography and cross-curriculum studies at home or at school. Whether you’re studying the Australian gold rushes, the Industrial Revolution, Australia’s relationship…

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Dispossesion and Government Control - Aboriginal History

Australian Aboriginal Documentary - Aboriginal Documentary - Aboriginal Documentary HD - Aboriginal Documentary Australian - Educational videos from VE

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Resources for Primary and Secondary Students - ABC Education

Resources for Primary and Secondary Students - ABC Education | AC History | Scoop.it

4000+ educational games, videos and teaching resources for schools and students. Free Primary and Secondary resources covering history, science, English, maths and more

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Past & Present Family Life

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Stage 1 History Unit

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Australian Curriculum Resources

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Five great teaching resources especially for Upper Primary Australian curriculum HASS topics. These resources will be perfect in your Year 5 and Year 6 class and your students will truly enjoy them. They include topics such as Australian History, Federation, Indigenous rights, the Australian Gold Rush and Civics and Citizenship.
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Australia is My Home – A History Unit for Years 5/6 on Migration in Australia’s HistoryAustralian Curriculum Lessons

Australia is My Home – A History Unit for Years 5/6 on Migration in Australia’s HistoryAustralian Curriculum Lessons | AC History | Scoop.it
History Unit Summary: History learning is crucial to the primary school classroom. History informs and reminds us of the past. Subsequently, history learning provides an avenue for inquiring between past and present and the relationships between.
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Free PowerPoint Presentations on Australia

Free PowerPoint Presentations on Australia | AC History | Scoop.it
Pete's Power Point Station is your destination for free educational PowerPoint presentations about Australia, and so much more.
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good resource for history Years 3,4,5,6

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Year 2 School

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Need Mathematics, History, Science or English resources? ABC Splash has over 3000 videos, games and other free resources for use in schools All mapped to the Australian curriculum - come and take a look.
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School finishes for the day and parents are waiting to take their children home. Find out what school pickup time looked like in 1974.

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Queensland State Archives | Resources for history curriculum

Queensland State Archives | Resources for history curriculum | AC History | Scoop.it

To support the Australian History Curriculum, Queensland State Archives has selected a range of digitised records from its collection to assist teachers in the teaching and learning of history. The 'Historical Knowledge and Understanding' strand of the Australian History Curriculum includes personal, family, local, state or territory, national, regional and world history. By the nature of Queensland State Archives collection, this primary source material is Queensland focused and may be included in broader historical investigations.


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Australian Colonies

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This unit provides a study of colonial Australia in the 1800s. Students look at the founding of British colonies and the development of a colony. They learn about what life was like for different...
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AC History- Foundation Year. What is this? Six Historical Objects

AC History- Foundation Year. What is this? Six Historical Objects | AC History | Scoop.it

'What is this?' is designed to inspire young students to engage in historical inquiry, and to cultivate their historical literacy and skills.It aligns with the Australian Curriculum: History for students in Foundation Year and includes a 15-minute video to introduce teachers to the inquiry-learning approach used in the resource.


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YR1. Past & Present Family Life. It's all fun & games

YR1. Past & Present Family Life. It's all fun & games | AC History | Scoop.it

This unit is about helping students compare their own childhood with the childhoods of their parents and grandparents. To do this, they will look at activities done each day during the week and on weekends, toys, games, music devices, school and life in general for themselves, a parent and a grandparent. There is a lot of dialogue between older family members and the students as they share their thoughts and memories with the children.


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Global Education Project, Victoria's curator insight, July 15, 2013 2:17 AM

Identity is about knowing who we are and who our family is. Linking history and identity-Year 1 AC History

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'Australia's slave trade': The growing drive to uncover secret history of Australian South Sea Islanders - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

'Australia's slave trade': The growing drive to uncover secret history of Australian South Sea Islanders - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | AC History | Scoop.it
Calls are growing for better recognition of Australian South Sea Islanders, many of whose ancestors were forcibly removed from their Pacific Island homes in a practice known as blackbirding to work in appalling conditions on cane fields and cotton farms.
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Australia is My Home - A History Unit for Years 5/6 on Migration in Australia's History - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Australia is My Home - A History Unit for Years 5/6 on Migration in Australia's History - Australian Curriculum Lessons | AC History | Scoop.it
History Unit Summary: History learning is crucial to the primary school classroom. History informs and reminds us of the past. Subsequently, history learning provides an avenue for inquiring between past and present and the relationships between. Likewise, history learning challenges personal context and meaning. During this process, students develop the ability to think critically, creatively,Read More
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Australian HASS History & Geography

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In the Australian Curriculum, the Humanities and Social Sciences learning area includes a study of history, geography, civics and citizenship and economics and business. Unit plans, activities and free downloads on HASS Primary subjects.

New members welcome. Contact TechTeacherPto3 for an invite.Pins that are not aligned to Australian HASS will be removed. | See more about Naidoc week, Activities and Australia.

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History curated digital resources for the Australian Curriculum

History curated digital resources for the Australian Curriculum | AC History | Scoop.it
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Catherine Smyth's curator insight, May 15, 2015 12:34 AM

A wonderful list of digital resources aligned to specific topics and year levels in the Australian Curriculum: History.

Ness Crouch's curator insight, August 3, 2015 8:36 PM

A wonderful list of digital resources aligned to specific topics and year levels in the Australian Curriculum: History.

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Australian Curriculum History

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From Foundation to Year 7 this board has a comprehensive list of ideas for teaching Australian History.

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great ideas for all year levels

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Maree Whiteley's curator insight, October 27, 2015 11:12 PM

So many great teaching ideas here...love this gummy bear activity!

Von Sawers's curator insight, January 22, 2016 8:17 PM

I too love the gummi bear activity. Making it understandable!!

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F–6/7 HASS Foundation to Year 10 Curriculum by rows - The Australian Curriculum v8.0

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Version 8 released on 21st Oct

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Year 2 School Days

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Need Mathematics, History, Science or English resources? ABC Splash has over 3000 videos, games and other free resources for use in schools All mapped to the Australian curriculum - come and take a look.
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A class of children join in a singing lesson on their first day of school in 1974. Watch and see how school has changed, and stayed the same, over time.

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Year 2 History Lesson Plans Archives - Australian Curriculum Lessons

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Year 3 also

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YR4. First Contacts. The Nature & Effect of Contact

YR4. First Contacts. The Nature & Effect of Contact | AC History | Scoop.it

(ACARA) Beginning with the history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, students examine European exploration and colonisation in Australia and throughout the world up to the early 1800s. Students examine the impact of exploration on other societies, how these societies interacted with newcomers, and how these experiences contributed to their cultural diversity


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