Indigenous Studies Lesson 4: First Contacts

$4.00

First Contacts. Includes 11 informational slides and 2 worksheets that help your students develop a greater understanding of Australian History and appreciation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Plenty of beautiful images, factual information and 2 worksheets template ‘Writing Task- Journal Entries’ to complete that requires students to write from the perspective of an Aboriginal person during the arrival and settlement of the British and/or from the perspective of a British convict who has just arrived on Australian soil and put to work. Students can use the information provided from the informational slides to guide their writing. I hope your students love using this resource and expand their knowledge about the world’s oldest living culture

Students will learn about:

  • The many visitors that came prior to 1770
  • Captain Cooks voyage to the east coast
  • Cooks instructions given by the Kingdom of Great Britain
  • British Perspective on Cook’s Discovery
  • Indigenous Perspectives on the Arrival
  • The First British Colony
  • Establishing a Penal Colony
  • A Tough Start for the British Colony on Australian Soil
  • Notable Aboriginal People: Bennelong, Barangaroo and Pemulwuy

Also includes:

  • Task involving writing from the perspectives of the Aboriginal and European cultures to develop understanding
  • 2 ‘Writing Task- Journal Entry’ Worksheets
  • File Size: 2MB
  • File Type: PDF, Zip
  • Number of Pages: 14

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Very thorough content and all aligned to Aust Curriculum.  Great resource to the unit.

Belinda M

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Thank you very helpful for my Australian unit. Saved me lots of time. 

Lozz K

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Exactly what a teacher needs when they have early finishers and they are working with a child/children and need others to continue working independently. 

Molly B

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Great colourful resources. Loved the sorting activity- it provided for lots of discussion.

Sue W

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Great content and appropriate language for my year six students. Thanks for taking the time to create this resource and for sharing it. 

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