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GM foods: pros and cons

Investigate the advantages and disadvantages of growing genetically modified crops on a farm. Explore possible effects on public health, biodiversity and the economy. This learning object is one in a series of two objects.

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Amazing characters: level 2 [Chinese]

Solve word puzzles as you find a way through two mazes (a garden and a cave). Search for hidden keys engraved with Chinese characters. Find pairs of characters that look alike. Notice that a character may be formed from a base character plus extra strokes. Build your knowledge of simple characters by checking meanings and ...

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Eco farm

Take on the role of farm manager. Discover the different habitats and communities found on farmland. Make decisions about the management of four areas on the farm (cropped and grazed paddocks, woodland remnants, dams and creeks) to increase profits while improving biodiversity. For example, you can choose to leave paddock ...

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Amazing characters: level 1 [Chinese]

Solve word puzzles as you find a way through two mazes (a cave and a palace). Search for hidden keys engraved with Chinese characters. Find pairs of characters that look alike. Notice that a character may be formed from a base character plus extra strokes. Build your knowledge of simple characters by checking meanings and ...

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GM foods: future choice

Investigate the advantages and disadvantages of growing genetically modified crops on a farm. Compare the characteristics of genetically modified and non-genetically modified canola. Explore possible effects on public health, biodiversity and the economy. Recommend whether or not to grow genetically modified canola. This ...

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Biography: Federation people: George Turner

Investigate the Victorian premier and Commonwealth treasurer George Turner's role in Federation. Examine two different types of biographies of Turner: one short and the other more detailed. Inspect examples of how he was visually depicted in his time. This learning object is one in a series of objects in the 'Biography: ...

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Eventide and Westbrook Farm Home - Brisbane City Mission, 1950: Westbrook Farm Home

This black-and-white clip from 1950 is part of a promotional film made for the Westbrook Farm Home, a juvenile detention home for boys in Queensland. It opens with a long panning shot of the exterior of the sleeping quarters and cuts to shots of the superintendent and his wife, boys working on their vegetable plots, farm ...

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A Big Country - Gulf Battlers, 1982: A Cinderella station

This clip shows members of the Forshaw family working at Yeldham, their station near Burketown in Queensland not far south of the Gulf of Carpentaria, and in the makeshift family home during the wet season. Two of the daughters work with their goats in a stockyard. The camera pans to show the isolation of their home in ...

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Betty Campbell joins the Women's Land Army

This collection of 24 digital curriculum resources chronicles the experiences of Betty Campbell, who joined the Australian Women's Land Army as an 18-year-old from the city during the Second World War. The collection is organised around eight of Campbell's postings - four in the field and four on the staff - from 1942 to ...

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Going places - unit of work

In this unit of work students visualise and plan routes, understand and use the language of position, and give and interpret directions using a variety of formats and resources.

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Using 'Going places' - Teacher idea

This Teacher idea provides insight into a year 4 classroom where students use a range of digital curriculum materials and hands-on offline activities to visualise and plan routes, understand and use the language of position and give and interpret directions. This Teacher idea recounts the experiences of using R11479 'Going ...

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Extension of settlement in the Australian colonies

This is a collection of 26 digital curriculum resources focusing on the extension of settlement in the Australian colonies and the factors that influenced patterns of settlement. The resources are grouped into six categories - maps of the extension of settlement; the extension of penal settlements; exploration; pastoral ...

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First day at Saltwater Creek, 1942

This is an 82 mm x 58 mm black-and-white photograph showing six women in the Australian Women's Land Army relaxing on the back of a truck, including 18-year-old Betty Campbell (now Horne, second right). On the back of the photograph, which was taken in October 1942 using Campbell's Kodak Brownie camera, she wrote 'A crowd ...

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An asparagus gang

This is a posed 82 mm x 58 mm black-and-white photograph showing a group of 12 women in the Australian Women's Land Army who worked together at Saltwater Creek near Bathurst, New South Wales, in spring 1942 during the Second World War. The photograph includes 18-year-old Betty Campbell (now Horne, middle row on right), ...

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Loading asparagus at Saltwater Creek

This is an 82 mm x 58 mm black-and-white photograph taken with a Kodak Brownie camera belonging to 18-year-old Betty Campbell (now Horne, on right). It shows two women in the Australian Women's Land Army standing near a loaded asparagus bin on a trolley with the horse which pulled the trolley untethered nearby. Another ...

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Driving the tractor at Saltwater Creek, 1942

This is a posed 82 mm x 58 mm black-and-white photograph showing 18-year-old Betty Campbell (now Horne), a member of the Australian Women's Land Army, at the controls of a crawler tractor in 1942 at Saltwater Creek near Bathurst, New South Wales. The tractor is stationary with the implement used to hill rows of asparagus ...

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Cattle at Murray Bridge

This is a silent black-and-white film clip of cattle, part of a 5-minute film entitled 'Lower reaches of the River Murray' about dairying in the Murray Bridge region of South Australia in the 1920s. It shows a segment entitled 'Shorthorn bulls of fine quality.' with several bulls in a bare field, one snorting and stamping, ...

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Department of Commerce poster, 1942

This is a black-and-white poster from the Second World War encouraging readers to serve Australian lamb, bacon, apples and pears, dairy produce and wine at their dinner tables to support the war effort. The poster was issued by the Department of Commerce, and produced by the Commonwealth Advertising Division in 1942. The ...

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Enrolling in the Land Army, c1944

This is a posed black-and-white photograph, measuring 24.7 cm x 19 cm and taken around 1944 in Drouin, Victoria by Jim Fitzpatrick. It shows a formally dressed young woman seated in front of a desk labelled 'War Agricultural Committee'. A man, seated behind the desk, is handing her a book entitled 'Food front'. The furniture ...

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Caterpillar tractor hauling trailers, 1914-17

This is a black-and-white photograph made from a glass negative measuring 8.2 cm x 10.7 cm. It shows a stationary caterpillar tractor with two trailers attached behind, both of which have tarpaulin-covered loads. On the packet, the negative is described as: ''Holt' tractor hauling 2 trailers. Was used to transport wool ...