NAIDOC Week Teaching Resource Pack
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A 43 slide editable PowerPoint presentation to use when teaching students about the original inhabitants of Australia.
A simple Acknowledgement of Country poster to display in your classroom.
A 54 slide editable PowerPoint to use in the classroom when learning about Aboriginal art.
A comprehension and linked activity based on an Aboriginal Dreaming Story.
A creative art activity to use when learning about the Australia Day celebration.
A four-page timeline of the history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people between 66 000 BCE and 1788 CE.
An extensive collection of teaching resources to use during NAIDOC Week.
Fifty-eight Lunar New Year related vocabulary cards for a word wall.
An extensive collection of teaching resources to use for Australia Day themed activities in the classroom.
A worksheet for students to illustrate Australian symbols.
A poster and worksheet of the Torres Strait Islander flag.
A reconciliation hand to use at National Sorry Day ceremonies.
A creative art activity to use when learning about the Lunar New Year celebration.
A creative art activity to use when learning about the Bastille Day celebration.
A creative art activity to use when learning about the Basant Kite Festival celebration.
This Visual Arts unit addresses the history of Aboriginal art in Australia and the variety of techniques used in different artworks.
This Humanities and Social Sciences unit addresses a range of concepts relating to the natural and human features of Australia.
This History unit covers a range of concepts relating to the diversity of Australia's first people and the long and continuous connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to Country.
This Humanities and Social Sciences unit addresses the topic of celebrations. It covers personal, family and community celebrations; national days; Australia-specific commemorations and religious/cultural celebrations from around the world.
An inquiry task focusing on the natural and human features of Australia.
An investigation that will have students calculating the waste produced from their lunch boxes, creating a plan of action to reduce their waste and reflecting on their results.
An investigation that will have students observing the energy usage in their classroom and proposing action to reduce energy waste.
A practical investigation related to sustainable waste management.
A practical investigation related to sustainable resource use.
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