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Listed under:  Society  >  Citizenship  >  Law  >  Court procedures  >  Justification (Law)
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Make your verdict: interactive game

In this Flash interactive game students join a panel to cast judgement on famous outlaws Ben Hall, Ned Kelly, Salvatore Giuliano, Jesse James, Pancho Villa and Phoolan Devi. Students access the case for the prosecution and the case for the defence, as well as key witness statements.

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Discovering democracy: views from the colonies

Interact with a slideshow of images and text to explore the controversies that the colonies needed to deal with before they could agree on a federated Australia. Investigate the library to find out more about the different views about trade, immigration, transport, defence and rivers. Examine the rivalries among the colonies ...

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Draft cablegram from Curtin to Churchill, 1942

Marked 'MOST SECRET', this is the draft of a cablegram written by Australian prime minister John Curtin to his British counterpart, Winston Churchill, on 23 February 1942. Curtin points out that Churchill has ignored Australia's wishes by diverting ships - carrying Australian troops - towards Burma, apparently expecting ...

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Factors contributing to federation

This is a collection of 24 digital curriculum resources focusing on the factors that contributed to Australia's federation. The resources are grouped into six categories - overview; defence concerns; nationalism; immigration; economic issues; and the effects of intercolonial rivalries. The collection includes artworks, ...

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Australia Today - Fort Denison, 1939: Fort Denison early history

This clip shows footage from a 1939 black-and-white newsreel about Pinchgut, one of a number of islands situated in Sydney Harbour. Fort Denison, which is located on the island, was completed in 1857 as part of Sydney's defences. In the clip, the Fort is shown against the backdrop of the then recently completed Sydney Harbour ...

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Defence Against Disease

Students use this resource consisting of ten slides with diagrams, written explanation and voice-over to understand how microbes can enter the body and how the body tries to prevent this from happening. There is a two-question quiz and a summary slide.

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Artificial Immunity

This resource consists of 2 sets of automated illustrated slides with voice over presenting detailed information and explanations of the role of vaccines in offering artificial immunity against disease.

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White Blood Cells

Students use this resource consisting of nine slides with diagrams, written explanation and voice-over to understand how the white blood cells defend the body against disease. There is a two-question quiz and a summary slide.

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Defence Mechanisms of the Body

This resource consists of 3 sets of automated illustrated slides with voice over presenting detailed information about the bodies defence against pathogens and examples of diseases and their pathogens.