Bloom’s Taxonomy: Year 9/10 WWI, WW2 & Changing Rights and Freedoms Homework Remembering Understanding Applying Analysing Evaluating Creating List the definitions for your glossary of terms for Changing Rights and Freedoms. Read todays newspaper. Identify any news stories that relate to issues that would be relevant to this topic. Outline the Stolen Generations as if you were explaining it to a student 3 years younger. Will you leave out any information? If so why? Determine the factors for the patriotic rush to join the army in the early days of WWI. Using a Venn diagram, compare and contrast the role of women in society from 1901 to WWII to the current day Compare the life of a high class person to a lower class person in this era. Discuss the issues surrounding, ‘Black Deaths in Custody’. Create a mind map to show the main issues that arise from limiting a person’s rights and freedoms How can tourism be used to deliver messages about Indigenous Australian culture, social injustice, reconciliation and adaption. Propose a suitable excursion where the whole class can experience these ‘messages’. Write two paragraphs outlining the importance of having Rights and Freedoms Outline how Indigenous peopled travelled from place to place and the various modes of transport used, if any. Determine the factors that led to the Great Depression Paul Hasluck, actively pursued the policy of assimilation in reference to Aboriginal people as a way of improving their way of life. What was his reasoning behind this policy? Compare and contrast the Justify the amount of significance of an Aboriginal money spent on defence artwork to an Ancient during the two World Egyptian artwork. Wars. What hardships have State all the important Indigenous people faced, as events in Australia from a result of the policies WWI. Place them on a imposed upon them. ranking ladder. How have you defined important in this case? Explain how Aboriginal people interacted with each other for example, how did they greet each other? Describe the differences between women’s roles in WWI and women’s roles in WW2 Write 10 points on Charles Perkins. What was he famous for? Examine the significance of Eddie Mabo and Native Title. Evaluate the importance of Reconciliation with the Indigenous Australians. Construct a map of reserve boundaries and missions where Aboriginal people were confined too. Record how school differs now for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders compared to post 1960s Discuss and analyse possible damage to landmark areas, for example Uluru, from tourists. Imagine you will be visiting an exhibition on this topic, what will be the focus? What will be on display? Design a tourist pamphlet for a museum explaining the history of the Indigenous peoples of Australia Define and explain the White Australia Policy Define and explain Paternalism Recall all you know about the Great Depression Copy and write down the spelling/glossary words 5 times Tell how different your life would be if you were growing up in this era? Draw and label a trench used in WWI. Carry out research and record information on the Stolen Generations. What was the reasoning behind the removal of children from their families? Create a timeline of important events for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples Construct the conversation dialogue of an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander in the 1960s and the Prime Minister.