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Timeline of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People 66 000 BCE to 1788 CE - Banner

PDF | 4 pages|Grades: 3 - 4

A four-page timeline of the history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people between 66 000 BCE and 1788 CE.

Display this teaching resource in the classroom when learning about Indigenous Australians prior to the arrival of the British.

This timeline outlines historical events from 66 000 BCE to 200 years ago.

Print and laminate each page to create a banner for a classroom display. Refer to the timeline when learning about significant dates and events.

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      NSW Curriculum alignment

    • HT2-1

      Identifies celebrations and commemorations of significance in Australia and the world

    • HT2-2

      Describes and explains how significant individuals, groups and events contributed to changes in the local community over time

    • HT2-4

      Describes and explains effects of British colonisation in Australia

      Victorian Curriculum alignment

      Australian Curriculum alignment

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    Shirlie Dooley

    I would like to have a timeline of Australian history spanning around my classroom. Indicating from Indigenous occupation, more than 65,000 years ago until contemporary history today. I thought this would be quite an easy resource to locate, not so. I can find the first inhabitants posters (designed to be pieced together from 65,000 years ago until 1788 and another timeline from 1788-1931 and I am happy they address the stolen generations, on the timeline. I cannot through the same resource get a continuation of history from 1931 to the present . Any chances I just haven’t found it?
    Kind Regards

    Shirlie Dooley · Aug 26th, 2018


    Hi Shirlie

    Thank you for that great suggestion. I haven’t found a resource that matches the time frame you were after.

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    Thanks again

    Janeen · Aug 27th, 2018

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