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Teacher resource

Improving numeracy achievement for students in years 7-9

This teacher resource describes a strategy to raise numeracy standards in 12 Catholic secondary schools in Western Australia identified as having significant numbers of years 7-9 students in the lower achievement bands for the National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) numeracy tests. The method included ...

Interactive resource

Discovering democracy: the wealth of a nation

Interact with a slideshow of images and text to examine the stages in Australia’s economic growth in the last half of the 19th century. Explore the kinds of industries from which Australia gained its wealth and the role of these industries in developing an independent nation. Review the effects that natural disasters (such ...

Interactive resource

Mineshaft [includes spoken instructions]

Direct a cart down a mineshaft. Examine rocks and minerals such as coal and diamonds. Match them to their use in industry such as power generation or jewellery.

Interactive resource

The secret of Itsall Mine

Enter a mineshaft to explore rock layers and fossils. Use geological tools and instruments to find a lost fossil. Gather, analyse and date rock samples. Get passwords by solving geological puzzles.

Interactive resource

Mine rescue

Rescue three miners trapped by fire. Select and test gases to find out which gas will put out the fire and which gas the miners can breathe.

Interactive resource

Gold rush: level 2

Dig for gold on the Ballarat goldfields in 1865. Try your luck at alluvial or shaft mining. Buy a miner's permit, tools and enough supplies to last a month. Discover how hard life was on the goldfields. Explore a map showing the countries migrants left to join the gold rush in Australia. Find out which towns developed due ...

Interactive resource

Shuttlecock: choose shots

Chinese shuttlecock is a popular sport played in China and other parts of South-East Asia. It is like badminton, except that players use their body (not a racket) to hit the shuttlecock. Explore the court dimensions, scoring method and tactics. Practise your shots, play a game and try out for the national team. Move a player's ...

Interactive resource

Gold rush: level 1

Dig for gold on the Ballarat goldfields in 1865. Try your luck at alluvial or shaft mining. Buy a miner's permit, tools and enough supplies to last a month. Discover how hard life was on the goldfields. Explore a map showing the countries migrants left to join the gold rush in Australia. Find out which towns developed due ...

Interactive resource

Body parts: muscles

Look closely at major muscles in the human body. Find out which muscles control functions such as smiling, moving arms and legs, and pumping food through the body. See how muscles contract and relax. Test your knowledge by answering multiple-choice questions. This learning object is one in a series of 14 objects.

Interactive resource

Shuttlecock: choose and aim

Chinese shuttlecock is a popular sport played in China and other parts of South-East Asia. It is like badminton, except that players use their body (not a racquet) to hit the shuttlecock. Explore the court dimensions, scoring method and tactics. Practise your shots, play a game and try out for the national team. Move a ...

Interactive resource

Sepak takraw: choose shots

Sepak takraw is a sport popular throughout South-East Asia. It combines elements of volleyball, soccer and gymnastics. Explore the court dimensions, scoring method and tactics. Practise your shots, play a game and try out for the national team. Move a player's body to return the shuttlecock. Follow instructions from a coach. ...

Interactive resource

Sepak takraw: choose and aim

Sepak takraw is a sport popular throughout South-East Asia. It combines elements of volleyball, soccer and gymnastics. Explore the court dimensions, scoring method and tactics. Practise your shots, play a game and try out for the national team. Move a player's body to return the shuttlecock. Follow instructions from a coach ...

Teacher resource

Ideas for using 'Gold rush' - Teacher idea

This resource includes comments from a range of teachers about the use of ‘Gold rush’ learning objects in both primary and secondary classrooms.

Video

Dig a Million, Make a Million, 1968: The discovery

This clip shows Lang Hancock describing how he discovered iron ore in the Hamersley Range of Western Australia as he retraces his route by air. The film begins with a shot of Hancock in his four-wheel drive watching a freight train carrying iron ore rattle past. Hancock's audio interview is then played over a re-enactment ...

Collection

Travelling to the Australian goldfields

This collection of 16 digital curriculum resources is organised into four categories - gold rushes in the mid-19th century; Victorian and New South Wales goldfields; Queensland goldfields; and Western Australian goldfields. Learning objects, film clips, contemporary illustrations and photographs provide evidence of gold ...

Collection

Energy and forces - early years

This collection of 20 interactive learning objects introduces students to the concepts of forces and energy. It is organised into four categories - energy conversions; forms of energy; energy management; and forces. The learning objects enable students to build energy and food chains, design energy-efficient houses, and ...

Collection

Energy - middle years

This collection of 23 digital curriculum resources is organised into three categories - energy conversions; forms of energy; and energy management. It includes learning objects enabling students to build energy-efficient houses and cars, construct energy chains, harness solar energy for heating, operate nuclear reactors, ...

Collection

Energy - senior years

This collection of 16 digital curriculum resources is organised into three categories - forms of energy; energy conversions; and energy management. Learning objects enable students to build energy-efficient cars; consider environmental and economic implications of a range of energy sources including solar and wind; operate ...

Video

Jabiluka, 1997: Safe uranium mining

This clip shows the site of the proposed Jabiluka uranium mine in the Northern Territory and the debate surrounding it. The clip opens with aerial views of the proposed location with a voice-over commentary explaining the sacred significance of the mine site to the Indigenous Mirrar people and the danger it poses to Kakadu's ...

Video

General Motors-Holden's - Australia's Ideal Family Car, c1957

This clip shows a 1957 black-and-white television advertisement with music and narration promoting the Holden FE. In the opening scene, a woman drives her children to the chemist. In the next scene recirculating ball bearings in the steering box are depicted in isolation from the car. Profile and front-on shots of a parked ...