Seventy-two Kelly Gang vocabulary cards for a word wall.
A poster outlining the history of gold in Australia.
An Australian Gold Rush poster to display in your classroom.
A poster explaining the difference between immigration and emigration.
A set of five posters examining immigration to Australia in the 1900s.
A set of posters and worksheets to use in the classroom when locating Australian goldfields.
Wanted posters providing information about each member of the infamous Kelly Gang.
A poster to display in the classroom when learning about Major-General Lachlan Macquarie.
An inquiry research task to use in the classroom during NAIDOC Week.
A comprehension task investigating the Do family story of immigration to Australia.
A Word Wall of the Impacts of Colonisation on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
45 British Colonisation in Australia related vocabulary cards.
A classroom display banner to use on your 'Australian Gold Rush' display board.
A poster highlighting information about what life was like on the goldfields.
A match-up activity linking human migration terms, examples and definitions.
Vocabulary associated with Australian Early Settlers.
A poster explaining the increase in Australia's population during the Gold Rush.
A poster highlighting information about gold.
A 3 page timeline to display in the classroom when learning about Australian immigration.
5 posters outlining gold mining techniques used during the Australian Gold Rush.
A writing task where students explain life on the Australian goldfields during 1852.
4 profile posters to display and use in the classroom when learning about significant women in Australia.
An Australian Gold Rush themed word wall to use in the classroom.
36 vocabulary cards to use in the classroom when learning about Colonial Australia.
A resource pack containing a range of posters, worksheets and activities to use in your classroom when teaching a unit of work on the Australian Gold Rush.
A 60 minute lesson in which students will identify how immigration policy has shaped Australian society.
This Australian History unit covers a range of concepts relating to democracy, citizenship and immigration experiences of 20th century Australia.
An assessment task in which students will demonstrate knowledge of Australian democracy and citizenship experiences in the 20th century.
A 60 minute lesson in which students will investigate the cultural practices of Australian communities.
A 60 minute lesson in which students will explore the narratives of Australian immigrants.
A 60 minute lesson in which students will investigate the stories of Asian migrants to Australia.
A 60 minute lesson in which students will identify the different migrant groups in Australia throughout the 20th century.