First Fleet Narrative - Year 4 History Unit - At the tender age of eight, chimney sweep Tom Appleby is convicted of stealing and sentenced to deportation to Botany Bay. As one of the members of the First Fleet, he arrives in a country that seemingly has little to offer - or little that the English are used to, anyway. Accompanying worksheets: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Tom-Appleby-Convict-Boy-First-Fleet-History-Narrative-Jackie-French-1232083 #ACHHK079

First Fleet Narrative - Year 4 History Unit - At the tender age of eight, chimney sweep Tom Appleby is convicted of stealing and sentenced to deportation to Botany Bay. As one of the members of the First Fleet, he arrives in a country that seemingly has little to offer - or little that the English are used to, anyway. Accompanying worksheets: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Tom-Appleby-Convict-Boy-First-Fleet-History-Narrative-Jackie-French-1232083 #ACHHK079

Explore the history of Indigenous people of Australia through a timeline of Aboriginal History from first arrival to present day. Directly applies to the following curriculum strands in ACARA: YEAR 3 – History

Explore the history of Indigenous people of Australia through a timeline of Aboriginal History from first arrival to present day. Directly applies to the following curriculum strands in ACARA: YEAR 3 – History

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.

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.

Video-text from the picture book-Simpson and his donkey-Mark Greenwood interspersed with primary source images.

Video-text from the picture book-Simpson and his donkey-Mark Greenwood interspersed with primary source images.

PASSIONS run deep when it comes to Australian history. What we lack in revolutions, bloodshed and despots, we make up for in debate about the teaching of Australian history in schools.

PASSIONS run deep when it comes to Australian history. What we lack in revolutions, bloodshed and despots, we make up for in debate about the teaching of Australian history in schools.

A collection of blackline master (BLM) and reference resources for teaching middle and upper primary students about Australia’s political system and history: http://ow.ly/og52A

A collection of blackline master (BLM) and reference resources for teaching middle and upper primary students about Australia’s political system and history: http://ow.ly/og52A

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