Introducing Australian History - FREE PRINTABLE Australian History Timeline Cards

Introducing Australian History

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.

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

A free pack that includes vocab cards and inquiry questions to match the year 6 History curriculum.

What do you get? 32 word cards relating to immigration Inquiry questions based on the content description for year six History strand of the Australian

Why did Europeans settle in Australia?

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.

Watch Three levels of Government in a popup window. Australia is a big country, and running it is a big job! That's why we have three levels of law-making – sometimes called the three levels of government – that work together to serve Australia. Federal, State and Local Govenmnent

Watch Three levels of Government in a popup windowLots of stuff about Australian Parliament from the Parliamentary Education Office

Kidsview is a collection of animations and interactives which make learning about parliament fun and accessible

This resources is for teacher to plan engaging and interactive lessons about Parliamentary topics. Kidsview is a collection of animations and interactives which make learning about parliament fun and accessible.

From Terra Australis to Australia. Explore the journals, letters, paintings, drawings and books documenting the adventures of the first British settlers in Australia, including the Library's priceless collection of First Fleet documents. http://www.sl.nsw.gov.au/discover_collections/history_nation/terra_australis

A Direct North General View of Sydney Cove, by convict artist Thomas Watling in 1794

This lesson supports students in understanding the push and pull factors contributing to human migration with an Australian context.The content of this lesson links to the Australian Curriculum: History for Year 6Historical Knowledge and Understanding:Australia as a Nation (ACHHK115)Comparing push and pull factors that have contributed to people migrating to Australia (for example economic migrants and political refugees).This product is part of a series on Australian Immigration…

This lesson supports students in understanding the push and pull factors contributing to human migration with an Australian context. The content of this lesson

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