Part of the series Achieve! History.
Written to address the requirements of the year 9 History curriculum, the Achieve! series has been developed to engage secondary school students who, because of poor reading skills, may struggle with regular classroom materials. The ten units include a range of primary and secondary resources for students to analyse and respond to, and activities that enhance knowledge of content and literacy skills.
Achieve! Making a Nation – Australia 1750-1918 Units include:
- Land: Indigenous land use, penal colony and pastoral settlement
- The goldfields: Immigration, Women, The Eureka Rebellion
- Non-European immigration: Chinese migration, Mongolian Octopus, racism
- Life in 1900: Sanitation and health, homes
- Federation: Reasons for federation
- Australian identity: Ideas that shaped us, Identity
- Cultural expression: Louisa Lawson, The Ned Kelly Gang film
- Laws: Immigration restrictions
- Money: minimum wage, pensions and allowances
Each book comes with a CD-ROM containing editable Word documents for each unit and an image library.
How to use editable work sheets and illustrations demo:
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