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F-Y6 Australia Day Pride and Pain Timeline Activity
F-Y6 Australia Day guide
Y7-10 Australia Day Pride and Pain Timeline Activity
Y7-10 Australia Day guide
Foundation English & HASS – Stories, families, places: belonging forever and ever
Foundation Maths – Estimating, counting and adding: connecting number words, numerals and quantities
Foundation Science & HASS – Caring for Country: how Indigenous scientific observation and cultural practices support ecosystems
Foundation English, Science & Visual Arts – Looking at and listening to our world
Foundation Science & Health and PE – Bush toys: investigating how size and shape affects movement
Y1 English & Science – Tracking meanings from cultures and Country
Y1 English, HASS & Drama – First Nations societies before colonisation: Dreaming, living, using waterways
Y1 Science & Music – Exploring the science of sound with Indigenous instruments
Y1 Science, HASS & Visual Arts – How Indigenous knowledge is represented and communicated through art and design
Y1 Science & HASS – Observing and living with the seasons
Y2 Science & HASS – Living things: making connections with the world around us
Y2 Maths & HASS – Grouping, partitioning, rearranging and measuring distance in everyday life
Y2 English & HASS – Exploring texts by Indigenous authors
Y2 HASS & Science – Indigenous toys used by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children
Y2 Maths – Comparing Western and Indigenous concepts of seasons, ordering Western months and understanding seasonal cycles
Y3 Science, HASS & Health and PE – Heat transfer – now we’re cooking!
Y3 HASS – Australian flags and significant dates
Y3 HASS – Putting the YOU in community
Y3 Science & Design and Tech – Scientific knowledge helps people develop effective and sustainable products
Y3 English – Sharing stories
Y3 HASS & Visual Arts – Where we live: mapping Country
Y4 Science, HASS & Design and Tech – Properties of materials
Y4 English & HASS – Indigenous languages and Standard Australian English: influences and impacts
Y4 HASS & Drama – First contact
Y4 Maths & Science – Patterns tell stories
Y4 Maths & HASS – Enough for me, enough for Country: sustainability using fractions and Indigenous lore
Y5 HASS – Expanding the colony
Y5 Maths – Comparing 12- and 24-hour time systems and Indigenous concepts of time
Y5 English – The power and purpose of protest
Y5 English – One continent, many voices
Y5 Science & HASS – Sustainable solutions: how Indigenous knowledge can lead to better land and water management in Australia
Y5 Science – Indigenous stories of the night sky
Y5 Maths – Indigenous and non-Indigenous ways of mapping and navigating
Y6 Maths – Rotation and symmetry in animal tracks and symbolic language from Indigenous cultures
Y6 HASS – A timeline of Indigenous resistance
Y6 HASS – The negotiation of native title
Y6 English – Rich expression: bringing together Indigenous languages and Standard Australian English
Y6 Science – Learning from Indigenous fire management practices
Y6 HASS – Analysing maps and statistics
Y6 HASS – Examining sources relating to Australia’s Federation and Constitution
Y7 Geography – Place and liveability
Y7 Science – The cycles of Earth and space
Y7 Geography – Ethical research of geological events with First Nations Peoples
Y7 History – Interpretations and theories about Australia’s ancient past
Y7 History – Conserving the ancient past of Australia’s First Peoples
Y7 Geography – In what ways is water important to First Nations people and societies?
Y7 HASS – Indigenous spirituality within Australia‘s multi-faith society
Y7 Civics and Citizenship – Maintaining First Nations cultures and identities
Y7 English – Whose experience? Whose perspective?
Y7 Civics and Citizenship – How did a referendum change rights for First Nations people?
Y7 Science – Separating mixtures
Y7 Science – Biological sciences: Indigenous classification and understanding food webs
Y8 Civics and Citizenship – Prominent First Nations women’s views on Australia Day
Y8 English – Connection to Country in Indigenous-authored texts
Y8 Science – Fire management and sustainability practices of First Nations Peoples
Y8 Civics and Citizenship – What is customary law?
Y8 Economics and Business – Indigenous trade and trade markets: History and current practice
Y8 Geography – Indigenous land management and its cultural value
Y8 Geography – How Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities have been studied and researched over time
Y8 Science – Investigating First Nations people’s science knowledges in the production of pigments and dyes
Y8 Geography – Mapping land the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ way
Y8 Geography – Indigenous cultural landscapes and landforms – degradation and its effects
Y8 Civics and Citizenship – Reconciliation and its influence on Australia’s national culture and identity
Y8 Geography – Mapping the location of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
Y8 Geography – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander place names and meanings
Y8 Economics and Business – Indigenous businesses and cost-benefit analysis
Y8 Geography – Why Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples might move to different places
Y9 History – The debate about ‘settlement’ versus ‘invasion’
Y9 English – How have Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander literary texts emerged in Australia?
Y9 Science – Heat transfer
Y9 History – How the arrival of Europeans from 1788 impacted Aboriginal peoples
Y9 History – The Frontier Wars: Consequences of colonisation for Aboriginal peoples
Y9 Science – Protecting Australian ecosystems
Y9 Geography – Ethical research and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
Y9 English – How does the media report on matters relating to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples?
Y9 Geography – Traditional food sources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
Y10 History – The aims, tactics and outcomes of the 1967 Referendum
Y10 Science – Exploring First Nations knowledges of celestial bodies
Y10 Science – How Indigenous ecological practices can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Y10 History – Charles Perkins and the Freedom Ride
Y10 History – The experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who were taken from their families as children
Y10 History – Continuing struggles for rights and equality by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
Y10 History – Timeline of the Freedom Rides in the United States of America and Australia
Y10 History – Historical debates after the Bringing them home report in 1997
Y10 History – European empires and decolonisation movements around the world
Y10 Geography – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ approaches to environmental management
Y10 Geography – Geographic information systems and conservation management
Y10 Geography – Differences in wellbeing across Australia for Indigenous populations
Y10 Geography – Initiatives to improve the wellbeing of remote Indigenous communities
Y10 Geography – Ethical Research and Indigenous communities
Y10 Maths – Age distribution in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population
Y10 Maths – Evaluating and comparing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population statistics
Y10 English – Comparison of Indigenous and non-Indigenous media sources
Y10 Civics and Citizenship – The High Court and the Mabo Decision
Y10 Civics and Citizenship – International human rights laws and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples
Y10 History – A comparison of Freedom Rides in the United States of America and Australia
Australians Together Learning Framework
Our resources follow a framework that’s designed to reshape a new narrative for all Australians. Each key idea is a section in the resource filled with activities to take students on a transformational learning journey. For more information follow the links below.
How do I get the most out of these resources?
The resources are designed to be flexible and modular, working around how you like to teach. You can use the resources exactly as they’re designed, or as a starting point from which to build your own lessons. Make them your own and use them to help you feel more confident in class.
How will Australians Together continue to help me?
Change takes time and we’re here to provide the support you need over the long term. We’re constantly building new resources and we love to hear from educators like you. Feel free to reach out at any point and we can see how we can help. Together we can build a brighter future and a more united Australia for everyone.
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- Authentic learning
Teachers are following our resources’ responsive framework to confidently teach about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and perspectives.
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