Mini Biography Organizer & Writing Paper (expository writing, research, nonfiction text)

For "Collecting information from multiple sources" Mini Biography Organizer & Writing Paper (expository writing, research, nonfiction text)

It's Australia, 1850s, A Unit about the Gold Rush - This Australian Curriculum History inquiry unit focusses on the Gold Rush in Australia. Includes migration, perspectives and can be integrated with English. Includes 13 activities, resource list, an appendix and a powerpoint for IWB to support teaching.

FIND OUT: Excellent resource for teachers to help scaffold student's enquiries into this significant event in our history.

Free - First Fleet: Explorer Profile Worksheet // Splash Resources // Teaching worksheets and resources for Australian primary schools // www.splashresources.com.au

Free - First Fleet: Explorer Profile Worksheet // Splash Resources // Teaching worksheets and resources for Australian primary schools // www.splashresources.com.au

Why did Europeans settle in Australia? In this unit you will find out why England decided to settle Australia and why the First Fleet sailed here in 1788 with more than 1000 convicts and marine guards on board.

Useful & easy to play implement lesson Plans from National Museum of Australia on the first fleet

Original Eureka flag 1854 / The Eureka Flag was flown for the first time on Bakery Hill, Ballarat, Australia, as a symbol of the resistance of the gold miners during the Eureka Stockade rebellion in 1854. Beneath this flag, the miners swore this oath to the affirmation of his fellow demonstrators: "We swear by the Southern Cross to stand truly by each other and fight to defend our rights and liberties."

The most potent symbol of Australia's only rebellion, the Eureka Stockade, is the blue and white Southern Cross flag. What do we know about the women who supposedly stitched the flag in one day under the cover of darkness?

Australian Convict Life Posters

5 posters highlighting information regarding the lives of convicts on Australia.

Miner's Right (1865) FRONT (crop) The Miner's Right was introduced in 1855 in the colony of Victoria, replacing the Miner's Licence. Protests in 1853 at Bendigo with the formation of the Anti-Gold Licence Association and the rebellion of Eureka Stockade in December 1854 at Ballarat led to reform of the system with a cheaper annual fee of five shillings the right to mine gold, the right to vote, and the right to own land. Previously the mining licence was eight pounds a year.

ACTIVITY: LAW Students receive a 'Miner's Right' after receiving x amount of points for kindness shown in the classroom, as a welfare exercise incorporating the unit.

units of work, interactive activities and more, worth a 10 min view to orientate yourself to a wide array of primary and secondary resources- aligned to AC

Units of work, interactive activities and more, worth a 10 min view to orientate yourself to a wide array of primary and secondary resources- aligned to AC - National Museum of Australia

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