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While very suitable for the regular classroom, the Achieve! series of History titles has been written at a literacy level that is appropriate for students who, because of poor reading skills, may struggle with regular classroom materials.
The Analysing and Interpreting Primary Sources series makes it easy to include stimulating primary sources in Australian History lessons. The units do not teach every aspect of the topic. Instead, they support the teaching of the topic by providing authentic documents and images of the time that more fully explore significant events, opinions and ideas.
The work sheets in this series are ideal for group or individual study and are easy for classroom helpers to implement in one-on-one lessons. You can also use the units of work for revision, assessment and home study.
The History– Making a Nation 1750–1918 downloadable PDF resource is written to match the Australian Curriculum: History and address requirements of the New South Wales and Victorian History curriculums.
- Armed conflict
- The Stolen Generation
- Housing and sanitation
- Technology and work
- Experiences of non-Europeans in Australia
- The impact of the gold rush
- Comparing artworks
- Symbols of Federation
- Arguments for and against women’s suffrage
- A fair wage
- Secondary - Middle