YEAR THREE
Community and Remembrance
ACHHK060
The importance of Country and Place to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples who belong to a local area.
YEAR FOUR
First Contacts
ACHHK077
The diversity and longevity of Australia’s first peoples and the ways Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples are connected to Country and Place (land, sea, waterways and skies) and the
implications for their daily lives.
ACHHKK080
The nature of contact between Aboriginal people and/or Torres Strait Islanders and others, for example, the Macassans and the Europeans, and the effects of these interactions on, for example
families and the environment
YEAR FIVE
The Australian Colonies
ACHHK094
The nature of convict or colonial presence, including the factors that influenced patterns of development, aspects of the daily life of the inhabitants (including Aboriginal Peoples and Torres Strait
Islander Peoples) and how the environment changed.
YEAR SIX
Australia as a Nation
ACHHK114
Experiences of Australian democracy and citizenship, including the status and rights of Aboriginal people and/or Torres Strait Islanders, migrants, women, and children.
YEAR NINE
The Making of the Modern World: Australia and Asia
ACDSEH020
The extension of settlement, including the effects of contact (intended and unintended) between European settlers in Australia and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
YEAR TEN
The Modern World: Rights and Freedoms
ACDSEH104
Background to the struggle of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples for rights and freedoms before 1965, including the 1938 Day of Mourning and the Stolen Generations
ACDSEH106
The significance of the following for the civil rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: 1962 right to vote federally; 1967 Referendum; Reconciliation; Mabo decision; Bringing Them
Home Report (the Stolen Generations), the Apology
ACDSEH134
Methods used by civil rights activists to achieve change for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and the role of ONE individual or group in the struggle.
OBJECT HANDLING
• empathy
• engagement
• aha!
• deduction
• analysis
• synthesis
• awe and resonance
Indigenous Rights and Freedoms
Program Resources
DAY OF
MOURNING
PILBARA STRIKE
WARBURTON
RANGES
CONTROVERSY
BARK PETITION
FREEDOM RIDES
REFERENDUM
TENT EMBASSY
Aborigines
Protection Act
WA 1905/1918
Aboriginal
Ordinance
Doris
Blackburn’s
parliamentary
hansard
Assimilation
policy
Certificate to
Enter
Citizen Rights
Act
Blackburn ruling
against the
Yirrkala people
against Nabalco
Newspaper
‘The Abo Call’
Dorothy Hewitt
poem
Letter in protest
Certificate of
Exemption
Press release
Poster
‘Right Wrongs,
Write Yes’
Yolngu
statement
‘Treaty’ lyrics
Deb’s adoption
papers + letter
Conference
image or black
board
UN Declaration
of Human Rights
Rocket Range
poster
Copy of Bark
Petition
Swimmers
Petition with
constitution
on it
Tent
TSI flag
‘They Took the
Children Away’
lyrics
Breastplate
Shearing
clippers or
branding iron
Newspaper
article
‘Royal
Telephone’
lyrics
Jimmy Little
Shirley Andrews
report
‘Brown Skinned
Baby’ lyrics
‘First Born’
Jack Davis
‘We are going’
Kath Walker
Gloves
Wooden bowl or
spear thrower
MABO
Mabo and
others vs QLD
STOLEN
GENERATION
Aborigines
Protection Act1909-1943
Sorry t-shirt
1940
1950
1960
1970
1980
1990
2000
2010
2008 Sorry Day
1992 Mabo Decision
1987 Deaths in Custody
1972 Tent Embassy
1967 Referendum
1965 Freedom Rides
1963 Bark Petition
1947-57 Warburton Ranges Controversy
1946 Pilbara Strike
1938 Day of mourning
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