WW1 LIFE IN THE TRENCHES - COMIC BOOK A thirteen page comic book to introduce the history of trench warfare during World War 1. It outlines why and how the trenches were constructed and what life was like for the soldiers who used them. It also includes some unusual facts about trench life and a page of memorable quotes from characters who lived through the war. Contains a quiz and other useful resources, and can be printed, used as a slide show on a computer, or as a PDF e.book on a tablet.

WW1 Life in the Trenches - Comic Book

A thirteen page comic book to introduce the history of trench warfare during World War It outlines why and how the trenches were constructed and what life

Access the S1 teaching and learning activities for 'Get your ice cream' from the State Library NSW. Designed to provide students with historical records in which to demonstrate the skills of historical inquiry.

"Hubert Opperman eating an ice cream next to a Peter's Ice Cream Reo by Sam Hood" State Library of NSW collection

A short introductory video clip from VEA exploring 'Our National Identity'. A great discussion starter for use with students.

A short introductory video clip from VEA exploring 'Our National Identity'. A great discussion starter for use with students.

Bondi Beach Sydney, Australia video footage of beach, entertainment and daily life. YouTube.

Bondi Beach is the world famous beach in the Sydney suburbs.

Look at the change over time of Australia's iconic postage stamps from Australian Geographic.

YEARLY CHRISTMAS STAMPS - Australia was the first country to issue regular Christmas stamps each year beginning in November In recent years Christmas stamps have alternated in theme between the religious and secular.

Images of computers from past to present.

The Mac Plus is the first computer I ever used. The PET is the only one that does anything useful. The other two lack software (floppy disks for the Apple IIe, hard disk for the Mac Plus). I could probably find it if I looked hard enough.

1950s scene of a family evening spent at home including trains at Wahroonga station, shopping, driving, cooking and dinner recreational activities.

australian screen Find more than 800 resources about Asia, many with accompanying teachers’ notes.

A brief history about the changing face of early Australia, including links to additional information.

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