'Literature to support the Australian curriculum: History' by Fran Knight

Literature to support the Australian curriculum: History by Fran Knight - an annotated Bibliography of Australian History - organised by Key Inquiry Topics and Year Level

Australian History Lesson: Migration and Settlement in Australia - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Australian History Lesson: Migration and Settlement in Australia - Australian Curriculum Lessons Sample Unit for Teachers - Resource

Australian history - with interactives. (Requires flash so not for iPads, but wow! See the resources you could use from the National Museum of Australia

Explore the strange boots, made by Myles Dunphy for a very special member of his bush walking family. After you have worked out who and what they are for, look at a map showing the national parks in your state or territory. For year olds

Home | My Place for teachers - aligns well with Australian curriculum. Well resources site, useful in my classroom.

My Place for Teachers On this website you will find rich educational material to support primary and lower-secondary teachers using the My Place Series. NSW English Syllabus Suggested Texts

My Place (for teachers) - website based on the book and TV series covering Australian history. Great sites with heaps of links, lesson suggestions and other ideas for using in the classroom.

My Place (for teachers) - website based on the book and TV series covering Australian history. Great sites with heaps of links, lesson suggestions and other ideas for using in the classroom. Links with Australian History, family and community.

AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM - Year 5/6 History Rubrics - BUNDLE

AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM - Year 5/6 History Rubrics - BUNDLE

Primary History, Teaching History, Teaching Resources, Multiple Intelligences, Australian Curriculum, Year 6, Rubrics, Geography, Homeschooling

HASS - This activity allows students to create a chronological timeline of the major events of the Australian Gold Rush. There are two options for this activity; the first is to create an expandable timeline and the second is to create a linear timeline. The information has been provided for the students to read and sort in chronological order and glue on to their timeline.

Australian Gold Rush Foldable Timeline

This activity allows students to create a chronological timeline of the major events of the Australian Gold Rush. There are two options for this activity;

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