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Australia's Muslim Cameleers

This website documents the significant role of the Muslim Cameleers in the exploration and colonisation of inland Australia during the late 19th century

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Difference Differently: ways of seeing

This is a resource with four related sets of student activities that explore how individuals' cultural, religious, and/or social backgrounds shape their perceptions about people, places, ideas and texts. It uses examples to explore how and why people interpret images or objects differently. It looks at multiple perspectives, ...

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Difference Differently: defining identities

This is a resource with four related sets of student activities that explore ideas about personal, cultural and national identity. It explores the ways that culture, belief, nationality and personal interests shape identity. It examines concepts of Australian identity and how cultural and religious heritage can impact on ...

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Sites2See: The Apology to Australia's Indigenous Peoples

This resource links to video coverage and key websites related to the apology to Indigenous Australians by the Prime Minister Kevin Rudd on 13 February 2008. Selected sites provide background information to the apology and personal stories about what happened to members of the Stolen Generations, with a focus on reconciliation.

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Mystery at Rookwood

Mystery at Rookwood explores aspects of Chinese migration to Australia in the nineteenth century. In a game approach, students have to assist the 'ghost' of colonial entrepreneur Quong Tart in discovering his true identity. To do this, they examine a series of primary and secondary sources across six topics before attempting ...

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Global workplace: accountant

Find out whether you are suited to working in another country as an accountant. Identify your job and lifestyle preferences. Compare your preferences with working conditions and cultural environments in other countries. For example, the quality of accounting software varies between countries. Explore which factors affect ...

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Global workplace: accountant [ESL]

Find out whether you are suited to working in another country as an accountant. Identify your job and lifestyle preferences. Compare your preferences with working conditions and cultural expectations in Hong Kong, Canada, South Africa and New Zealand. For example, expectations about punctuality and attitudes to authority ...

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Political cartoons: interactive activities

In this Flash interactive students investigate 16 cartoons created for Australia Day in 2004. They explore the source and context of each cartoon and determine their significance. Political cartoons challenge the viewer to reflect on major events and controversies in Australian history.

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The Black Ship Scroll

This is a collection showing two versions of the Black Ship Scroll, a long painted scroll ('emaki') depicting the members of US Commodore Matthew Perry's second expedition to Japan, their ships and their activities. One of the scroll versions shown is the famous 9-metre scroll painted in Shimoda. Animations show the two ...

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African civilisations - online resource

This is an online resource comprising nine units of work about past civilisations of Africa developed by the British Museum. The civilisations are: ancient Egypt; Carthage; Great Zimbabwe; the kingdoms of Aksum, Benin, Kongo, Kush and Mali; and the Swahili Coast. They cover the time period from 3000 BCE to 1700 CE. Intended ...

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Bound for South Australia 1836: Aboriginal inhabitants

This section of the website 'Bound for South Australia 1836' contains a brief account written by a 21st-century historian about the Aboriginal peoples connected to country that became part of the province of South Australia. The text describes the British government's efforts to protect the rights of the local people, their ...

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Zhongguo zhi xing: a trip to China

This website is a National Asian Languages and Studies in Schools Program (NALSSP) resource featuring a series of four interactive resources for middle secondary students of Chinese. Focusing on language for a student exchange trip to China, the topics include preparing for the trip, types of accommodation and host families ...

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Women qu wanr, hao ma?: getting around

This website is a National Asian Languages and Studies in Schools Program (NALSSP) resource featuring a series of four interactive resources for lower secondary students of Chinese focused on language related to transport and getting around in Beijing. Four Flash movie scenarios, presented in Hanzi and Pinyin, discuss travelling ...

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Woori Noori

This website is a National Asian Languages and Studies in Schools Program (NALSSP) resource featuring a series of four interactive resources for lower secondary students of Korean. Focused on the topics of family, school, food and leisure, the topics are introduced in four Flash movie scenarios. Each scenario has a range ...

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The abolition of British slavery: interactive map

This interactive resource is about the abolition of slavery. It includes an interactive map, written material, images and audio recordings of related text. Students follow a trail on the map, which leads them to the topics: How the slave trade worked; Resistance and abolition; Return to Sierra Leone; Olaudah Equiano's adventures; ...

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Gapminder world

This is an interactive resource featuring an animated scatter plot displaying the development of over 200 countries between 1800 and 2011 based on data for two variables, the default being income per person and life expectancy, with population size represented by the size of the plotted points (bubbles). The graph has a ...

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Has the world become a better place?

This interactive resource is a Flash presentation with voice-over that considers whether conditions have improved in developing countries since 1962. The presentation uses an animated scatter plot showing fertility rate and child mortality for all countries from 1962 to 2003 and compares industrialised countries with developing ...

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Celebration of culture

This is an interactive resource in which students in the primary years make a virtual museum exhibit of four cultural objects. They choose a level of difficulty (easy or hard), explore three collections of cultural objects - from China, Italy and Papua New Guinea - and select a subject for their exhibit from four options: ...

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Difference Differently: who can be Australian?

This is a resource with three related sets of student activities that explore the evolution of Australian government policies regarding citizenship and immigration since 1901. It uses historical source material to explore the 'White Australia policy' and case studies about individuals and citizenship. It also examines how ...

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Difference Differently: one country, many cultures

This is a resource with four related sets of student activities that explore Australia’s cultural diversity and how it defines Australia today. It uses historical source material to look at the reasons for migration and the treatment and contribution of migrant groups to Australian society. It also explores connection to ...