A great unit from the History Teachers of Australia on Colonisation and the First Fleet.

Cooke, Edward William, Prison-ship in Portsmouth Harbour, convicts going aboard [picture]

Adaptable to other countries, a unit about the British colonization of Australia. Assessment ideas are in a grid of Bloom's taxonomy & multiple intelligences. | #teaching #history #colonisation

Adaptable to other countries, a unit about the British colonization of Australia. Assessment ideas are in a grid of Bloom's taxonomy & multiple intelligences.

Australian Story - some interesting primary sources and some differing/controversial perspectives on early colonisation.

Australian Story - some interesting primary sources and some differing/controversial perspectives on early colonisation. Identify points of view in the past and present te information related to inquiry questions in a range of sources

Great Australian History Federation Timeline Activity for Year 6! Aligns with the Australian Curriculum too! It can be found at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Australian-History-Federation-Timeline-Activity-2276570

Australian Federation Timeline Activity

This activity allows students to create a chronological timeline of the events that led to Australia's Federation. The events included begin with Henry Parkes'

Cell phone for your book character. This is an authentic activity that students would relate to! They can do this about a character in their book. I LOVE it!!

Cell phone for your book character. This is an authentic activity that students would relate to! They can do this about a character in their book. This is perfect for our explorer unit project in language arts / social studies

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My Australian Story: Surviving Sydney Cove -- Teachers PDF & Historical Notes

A full colour history of Australia told through the lives of the men and women who decorate our banknotes, this reference work for upper primary school students charts the development of Australia as a nation through the history of our money.

A full colour history of Australia told through the lives of the men and women who decorate our banknotes, this reference work for upper primary school students charts the development of Australia as a nation through the history of our money.


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