“Indigenous Literature to support the Australian National Curriculum. Focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Fiction.”

“Indigenous Literature to support the Australian National Curriculum. Focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Fiction.”

“Indigenous Literature to support the Australian National Curriculum. Focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Fiction.”

“Indigenous Literature to support the Australian National Curriculum. Focus on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Fiction.”

TomTom-  Tom Tom provides a rich source of literature-based learning for children. For non-Indigenous students, it provides the opportunity to see the great commonalities that exist between Indigenous children and themselves, and also develop an understanding of the differences which exist in the ways people live.    For Indigenous children, it provides the opportunity to see their own life brought to the page; a chance to see themselves in literature

TomTom- Tom Tom provides a rich source of literature-based learning for children. For non-Indigenous students, it provides the opportunity to see the great commonalities that exist between Indigenous children and themselves, and also develop an understanding of the differences which exist in the ways people live. For Indigenous children, it provides the opportunity to see their own life brought to the page; a chance to see themselves in literature


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A collection of Australian aboriginal Dreaming Stories Find more Smore flyers! Check out our Featured Flyer board! https://www.smore.com/b/featured_flyers

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Passed down from generation to generation by the Kandiwal Aboriginal community, this engaging story explains how the scaly-tailed possum got its scaly tail and how the echidna--one of Australia's most unusual mammals--got its spikes. Vividly illustrated by Kandiwal children, this traditional tale is not only entertaining but also educational as it provides photographs and descriptions of these two...

Passed down from generation to generation by the Kandiwal Aboriginal community, this engaging story explains how the scaly-tailed possum got its scaly tail and how the echidna--one of Australia's most unusual mammals--got its spikes. Vividly illustrated by Kandiwal children, this traditional tale is not only entertaining but also educational as it provides photographs and descriptions of these two...

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