Australia 1750-1918 Resource Book

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AUSTRALIA 1750-1918

This Unit “Australia 1750-1918” is designed for students in the early to middle years of High School.


It reflects the Australian Curriculum (History) units Making a Nation and Australia 1750-1918

It contains informational outlines, word finds, glossary lists, vocabulary, crosswords, mind-maps, cloze passages, true/false activities and extended writing or research tasks.

It has been written for the Australian Curriculum (History Course)

It is a supplementary educational resource for junior high school courses on Australian History and Colonial History.

It is written in a “dot point” or summary style with activities following each section. Many answers are contained on the next page.

It is formatted in a “Blackline Master” PDF format, which facilitates printing.

It is relevant to high school teachers or students studying alone.



Pps: 72

Contents

Settlement
Pre-Contact Aboriginal Culture
Disease
Land Disputes
Dispossession
Massacres
Key Events for Aboriginal Peoples
Non-European Experiences
How People Lived
Working Conditions Circa 1900
Voting Rights
Reasons for Federation
The Australian Constitution
The Australian Parliament
The Immigration Restriction Act
Social Legislation

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