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Australian Federation - History Word Wall Vocabulary

90 Australian Federation related vocabulary cards.

Display and use these Year 6 Word Wall Vocabulary cards around your room to immerse your students in the content specific vocabulary when learning about Australian Federation.

There is a blank sheet provided at the end for any extra words that your students may want to add.

Words include:

democracy, colonisation, colony, 20th century, chronological, chronology, assimilate, society, refugee, Saigon, significant contribution, historical, inquiry, persecution, sequence, emigrate, culture, cultural groups, development, communism, diversity, communist, migrate, ancestry, immigrate, oration, point of view, perspective, populate or perish, historical inquiry, original inhabitants, chronological order, political reason, political impact, act, annotated timeline, artefact, constitutional, convention, commonwealth, constitutional monarchy, United Nations, wants, value, social impacts, Stolen Generations, social reason, inauguration, conference, significance, federal system, immigrant, guardianship, refugee, map, timeline, tariffs, secondary source, primary source, empathy, franchise, event, status, census, sources, discrimination, Congress, constitution, suffrage, delegate, suffragist, referendum, treaty, population, convention, law, judiciary, colonial structure, economic reason, economic impact, voting, citizenship, citizen, nation, trade, monarch, government, rights, republic, parliament, migrant, migration, culture, petition, election, federation, federate and Australia.

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Australian Federation - History Vocabulary

democracy colonisation colony
20th century chronological chronology
assimilate society refugee
Saigon significan contribution historical
inquiry persecution sequence
emigrate culture cultural groups
development communism diversity
communist migrate ancestry
immigrate oration point of view
perspective populate or perish historical inquiry
original inhabitants chronological order political reason
political impact act annotated timeline
artefact constitutional convention
commonwealth constitutional monarchy United Nations
wants value social impacts
Stolen Generations social reason inauguration
conference significance federal system
immigrant guardianship refugee
map timeline tariffs
secondary source primary source empathy
franchise event status
census sources discrimination
Congress constitution suffrage
delegate suffragist referendum
treaty population convention
law judiciary colonial structure
economic reason economic impact voting
citizenship citizen nation
trade monarch government
rights republic parliament
migrant migration culture
petition election federation
federate Australia
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Australian Curriculum alignment

Humanities and Social Sciences > HASS > Year 6 > Knowledge and Understanding > History > ACHASSK134
Key figures, events and ideas that led to Australia’s Federation and ConstitutionElaborationsstudying Australia’s path to Federation through an examination of key people (for example, Henry ...


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