INCLUDESA research activity looking at the life in England which led to the First Fleet voyage.A cloze passage to further help students understand the enormity of the voyage.The journey itself and a look at what provisions were packed followed by a group activity with a new scenario.Compass activityWord WallPoster on First Fleet shipsConvict crimes posterAustralian Curriculum Year 4: Humanities and Social Sciences: History - ACHHK07912 PAGESPlease see preview for full resource.
This lesson supports students in understanding the push and pull factors contributing to human migration with an Australian context.The content of this lesson links to the Australian Curriculum: History for Year 6Historical Knowledge and Understanding:Australia as a Nation (ACHHK115)Comparing push and pull factors that have contributed to people migrating to Australia (for example economic migrants and political refugees).This product is part of a series on Australian Immigration…
Resource B. Topic: "Our Shared History" Outcomes Addressed: HT2-2, HT2-4. This Behind The News Video looks at why convicts came to Australia, what happened with the arrival of the First Fleet, and how British colonisation affected the lives of many Indigenous people. It enables students to see from the perspective of an English convict who is first arriving in Australia.
Tom Appleby, eight year old chimney sweep is convicted of stealing and sentenced to deportation to Botany Bay. This book tells of a colony that, despite its natural abundance, cannot offer what the colonists want. While the people's health is better than ever, their morale is low as they wait for news from home. It is for those aged 10 and above.
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Free! First Fleet Ship Art Lesson from Artventure by Artventure. Artventure.com.au is where kids learn to draw and paint by following along with Kirsty the artist. Perfect for use in schools due to its links to the Australian National Curriculum.
Horrible First Fleet -Locate information related to inquiry questions in a range of sources (ACHHS102) -Compare information from a range of sources (ACHHS103) -Identify points of view in the past and present (ACHHS104)