India - History - Videos Search results 42 items for india Search filters Choose your year(s) Primary Foundation (0) Year 1 (0) Year 2 (0) Year 3 (1) Year 4 (0) Year 5 (2) Year 6 (3) History - colonial, conflict and modern Skip to main content australia.gov.au Helping you find government information and services Show navigation decrease text size increase text size About Australia School in the 1940s - History (1,2,3) - ABC Splash - Overview Imagine going to school in the 'olden days' (the 1940s). Find out what morning assembly looked like. Discover the things that children kept in their desks and what they used to do their writing.
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Australian Heritage - the magazine A Nation sub-divided The dotted lines that mark the borders of Australia’s states and territories, learned by many of us from plastic templates that we arduously drew around in primary school, may seem long-fixed and of little interest. But each of these lines has a story that reflects a stage in our history as a nation, as David Taylor writes. Soon after the colony at Sydney Cove was settled in 1788, the Deputy Judge-Advocate, Captain David Collins read the royal commissions to Captain Arthur Phillip, appointing Phillip as the governor and defining New South Wales and its dependencies thus: Visit a restored 19th-century cottage - History Technologies (1,2,3,4) - ABC Splash - Overview Take a trip back in time to discover what some Australian homes looked like in the past. Visit an old miner's cottage that was built long ago. Explore the kitchen, the living room and the outdoor toilet. Imagine what your life would be like if you grew up in this home. Duration: 1 min 38 secs Source : ABC For the Juniors Learning area: History , Technologies Primary: Years 1, 2, 3, 4
Stradbroke Dreamtime - Reading Australia Publisher's synopsis Stradbroke Dreamtime is a collection of 27 short stories, ideal for reading in class, from acclaimed Aboriginal author Oodgeroo. The stories are traditional Aboriginal tales from Stradbroke Island, the Tambourine Mountains and from the Old and New dreamtime. A bright, beautiful and unique colour illustrated book, paired with Dreamtime tales just for younger readers. World War II World War II Image source: An Australian Bren light machine gun team from the 2/8th Battalion firing on Japanese positions on Mount Shiburangu near Wewak in June 1945, courtesy Australian War Memorial (Wikimedia Commons) Tragic consequences of Japan's modernisa... Japan went through a remarkable transformation between 1868 and the death of the Emperor Meiji in 1912. But Japan's modernisation was...
The Humanities - History - Cross-curriculum priorities There are three cross curriculum priorities in the Australian Curriculum: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and culturesAsia and Australia’s engagement with AsiaSustainability. The cross-curriculum priorities are embedded in the curriculum and will have a strong but varying presence depending on their relevance to each of the learning areas. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are strong, rich and diverse. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Identity is central to this priority and is intrinsically linked to living, learning Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, deep knowledge traditions and holistic world view.