Teaching Resources for NAIDOC Week by Group 15

This board contains resources for teaching students about NAIDOC Week in Australia, which is part of the NSW History Curriculum for Stage 2, ACHHK063. Created by Victoria Smith, Delna Poacha and Ivona D'Apuzzo.
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Display the National NAIDOC Poster or other Indigenous posters around your classroom

Display the National NAIDOC Poster or other Indigenous posters around your classroom

The smoking ceremony is one of the most significant ancient ceremonies performed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

The smoking ceremony is one of the most significant ancient ceremonies performed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Art has always been an important part of Aboriginal life, connecting past and present, the people and the land, and the supernatural and reality.

Art has always been an important part of Aboriginal life, connecting past and present, the people and the land, and the supernatural and reality.

National Reconciliation Week is all about the celebration of Indigenous cultures across Australia. This craft activity is all about learning about the import.

NAIDOC Week posters from 1972 to the present.

NAIDOC Week posters from 1972 to the present.

Stories and resources related to our shared Australian history including colonisation, assimilation and the clash of cultures. Current issues are also covered

Stories and resources related to our shared Australian history including colonisation, assimilation and the clash of cultures. Current issues are also covered

An interactive Museum of Australia resource of four stories that demonstrate some of the ways Indigenous people responded to British colonisation

An interactive Museum of Australia resource of four stories that demonstrate some of the ways Indigenous people responded to British colonisation

Naidoc Week,Teaching Resources

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