This is a 35-page ebook from the Australian Curriculum History series that covers:
The journey(s) of AT LEAST ONE world navigator, explorer or trader up to the late eighteen century, including their contacts with other societies and any impacts (ACHHK078)
Investigating networks of exchange between networks of people.
Examine the journey of one or more of these explorers for example Ferdinand Magellan.
Identifying key individuals and groups who established contact with Asia and Oceania during the age of discovery.
Key inquiry questions
What was life like for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people before the arrival of the Europeans?
What was the nature and consequence of early contact?
Investigating pre-contact ways of life of the Aboriginal people.
Why did the great journeys of exploration occur?
Why did Europeans settle in Australia?
What was the nature and consequence of contact between Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people and early traders, explorers and settlers?
Sequence historical people and events (ACHHS081)
Use historical terms (ACHHS082)
Pose a range of questions about the past (ACHHS083)
Locate relevant information from sources provided (ACHHS084)
Identify different points of view (ACHHS085)
Develop texts particularly narratives (ACHHS086)
Use a range of communication forms (oral, graphic, and written) and digital technologies (ACHHS087)
Identify sources (ACHHS216)
Cause and effect
Continuity and change
Take a trip through history and learn how the past has helped shape today, with this engaging, content-packed seven-book series covering the Historical knowledge and understanding strand for each year level. Students will be enthralled learning about the first circumnavigation of the globe, Australia’s first people,migrants who have crossed the sea for a new life, and much more.
A supporting teachers page which provides:
the content description being addressed
an elaboration relating to the specific aspect of the content description being developed
the key inquiry questions being addressed
the historical skills practised by completing the activities
the historical concepts addressed by the activities
background information to support that given in the student pages
teaching notes to assist in classroom organisation or to highlight specific activities
additional activities to extend the topic and develop historical skills
resources to supplement information/activities for teachers/students
a time line related to specific people and events
Three student activity pages which consist of:
a stimulus text to inform students about the theme and to promote discussion
an activity page related directly to the text but requiring research, evaluative comprehension and application of historical skills
an additional activity page which may be either a continuation of the previous page or an extension activity related to the topic but not directly related to the text
a fact file on each of the two activity pages that provides an interesting or unusual fact related to the topic