Scope and Sequences for Learning Areas – Australian Curriculum

Maths:
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English:
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Science:
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History:
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Geography:
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Design and Technology: Materials
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Design and Technology: Digital Technologies:
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Economics and Business:
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Civics and Citizenship:
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The Arts:
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Health and Physical Education:
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Italian:
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Reconciliation Week Resources

Website with significant events ordered on a timeline. Famous paintings to focus discussion on Aboriginal lifestyles prior to European settlement.
http://www.changingworlds.sa.edu.au/?page_id=7
Teacher Resource to go with this:
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Reconciliation SA Education Packs – ideas for Early Years, Primary and Middle Years.
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Citizenship_Lets_Talk_Recognition (1)

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Song: The Journey
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http://www.reconciliation.org.au/nrw/category/sing-loud/

Refer to The Dreaming – A teacher reference resource with a DVD of Dreaming Stories from different parts of Australia, several from SA.

Splash/ ABC – Lots of different content appropriate for different year levels

Dreaming Stories:
http://www.abc.net.au/dustechoes/

Country/ Place

Teacher Resource:
Who-We-Are-Brave-Clan-Primary

Indigenous Language Map
http://www.abc.net.au/indigenous/map/

Teaching Resources:
RECONCILIATION YR 3 SAME RIGHTS_final

There are also many resources on Scootle. Get there directly from the Learnlink homepage now!
Other resources:
The Burnt Stick, Anthony Hill – A story about a child removed from his mother. Very powerful. A copy is in our library.

http://tlpeace.org.au/stories/burntstick.htm

http://tlpeace.org.au/stories/burntstickclassroomactivities.htm

Idjhil, Helen Bell – A story about a child removed from his people/ country. We have a copy in our library.

Archie Roach – Took the Children Away – Song related to Stolen Generation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLXzKYP1uCw&feature=youtu.be

The Rabbits, Shaun Tan – A metaphorical story related to colonisation.

Noel Pearson’s Eulogy at Gough Whitlam’s funeral would be a great literary challenge for year 6/7 students. Although lots of complex language is used, it is very powerful and gives a good summary of more recent Aboriginal history through one man’s perspective.

Mabo Website – Lots of resources – Middle Years
http://www.nfsa.gov.au/digitallearning/mabo/

Vincent Lingiari
http://splash.abc.net.au/digibook/-/c/618856/vincent-lingiari-the-leader

Aboriginal History in Pictures, a PowerPoint

Aboriginal History Pictures

The Curator’s Table – History Units related specifically to South Australia

Curator's table
The Curator’s table is another quality DECD Outreach Education digital program to be offered to South Australian schools. It is a web-based and iPad compatible resource, aligned with Years 6 and 9 Australian Curriculum: History and Geography (and SACE). It has the potential to support the teaching of the General capabilities, Ethical and Intercultural understanding as well as Literacy. Selected sources (documents/media/objects and personal letters) have been brought together to support teachers’ discussions with students about the significant contribution of German people in the settlement of South Australia. The first chapter centres around the treatment of German South Australians at the time of World War I. This resource is made possible through a partnership between DECD and History SA.
Check out the site at: http://bit.ly/curators

The Curator’s table will be the basis for a Lunchtime Bytes session – coming soon on Level 4.

The popular website and teacher resource Changing Worlds: A South Australian story can now be accessed via Scootle.
This is a web-based resource aligned with Years 4, 5 and 9 Australian Curriculum (AC): History and Arts. Selected artefacts, images and works of art from the South Australian Museum and Art Gallery of South Australia have been chosen to support teachers’ discussions with students about the colonisation/invasion of South Australia.

http://www.changing-worlds

Dr Kerrie Mackey-Smith

Outreach Education Project Officer,

Department for Education and Child Development

http://www.outreacheducation.sa.edu.au/programs/the-curators-table/

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