Yr 4 Literature Across Curriculum - How We Express Ourselves

A selection of literature to support the Central Idea: We discover more when we reflect on other ways of knowing. An Inquiry into: How identity is connected to land, language and culture; Storytelling as a way of learning and understanding; This selection of transmedia fiction can be used to explore the following IB concepts: Connection, Perspective. Related concepts: Traditions, Identity, Family, Spirituality Cross Curriculum Priority: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories & cultures
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Listens to Aboriginal stories and songs and views Aboriginal artworks and dance. 6 Aboriginal Dreaming stories told by children - audio and video

ABC Dust Echoes I Aboriginal Dreaming (Spirituality) I Storytelling as a way of learning & understanding

Dust Echoes: Ancient Stories, New Voices - a series of 12 beautifully animated dreamtime stories from Central Arnhem Land, telling stories of love, loyalty, duty to country and aboriginal custom and law.

Home to Mother by Doris Pilkington - A younger reader,s edition of Follow the rabbit-proof fence, where three Aboriginal girls escape their detention and followt he fence back to their family in the 1930's. Stolen Generations, Belonging, Perspective, Connection to country - Identity connected to land, language & culture

Home to Mother by Doris Pilkington - A younger reader,s edition of Follow the rabbit-proof fence, where three Aboriginal girls escape their detention and followt he fence back to their family in the 1930's. Stolen Generations, Belonging, Perspective, Connection to country - Identity connected to land, language & culture

ABC Splash Video I The Buyungurra who didn't listen - Storytelling as a way of learning & understanding I Culture, Identity

LANGUAGE STRAND - Story resource from ABC Splash that aligns with the content descriptor and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures cross curriculum priority.

The Eagle Inside I Jimmy is the smallest bird at school. Surrounded by big, tough birds, he feels different in every way and is certain he will never fit in. But when Eagle reminds him that being small isn’t necessarily a weakness, Jimmy discovers how being different can also be a strength. I Storytelling as a way of learning & understanding I Resilience

The Eagle Inside : Jack Manning Bancroft, Bronwyn Bancroft : 9781742974699

ABC Splash Video I What makes your story? I Storytelling as a way of learning & understanding

Dr Beryl Carmichael on the Murray-Darling Basin management practices and policy-making: "There are people who have incredible traditional knowledge and people need to be talking to them, not when everything goes wrong but right from the very beginning.

Starter kit: Key resources that give you insight and save time - Creative Spirits

Don’t waste time searching by yourself. Use this hand-picked guide of helpful, affordable resources to quickly learn about key aspects of Aboriginal culture.

Review: My Country by Ezekiel Kwaymullina I celebrating country - Identity connected to land, language & culture

This beautiful picture book celebrates the great big land that is Australia.

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