Tags: Secondary, First World War (1914 – 1918), Commemorative Publication, Education Activity Booklet
This resource is aimed at secondary school students and contains over 20 pages of activities.
The online materials draw on the rich collection of photos and the brief history provided in the Australians in World War I: Home Front commemorative publication, which was printed in early 2012 and is the fifth and final book in the series.
Chapter 1: Australia before the war
One Saturday in 1917 a congregation gathered in a little brick church in the Sydney suburb of Erskineville to dedicate a new stained glass window. As ...
Tags: Primary, Secondary, First World War (1914 – 1918), Second World War (1939 – 1945), Vietnam War (1962 – 1975), Afghanistan War (2001 – On going), Peacekeeping Operations (1947 – On going), Posters
Tags: Primary, Boer War (1899 – 1902), First World War (1914 – 1918), Second World War (1939 – 1945), Afghanistan War (2001 – On going)
This publication is designed for upper primary and secondary students. It contains a collection of stories about love in wartime using mementos, letters and photographs which explore the notions of love and friendship during wartime.
These stories complement the teaching activities found in the Teachers’ Guidebook : We’ll meet again for secondary students.
Introduction for teachers, p.1-3
Remember me, p.4-9
A mother’s love, p.10-13
Lost for 90 years, p.14-19
A tale of two Kylies, p.20-23
Tasmania mourns loss…, p.24-25
For the love of God, p.26-31
Devotion to duty, p.32-35
A foreign affair, p.36-39
My cheer-up girl, p.40-43
A new life abroad, p.44-47
Where did it happen?, Timeline and Glossary, p.48-53
Bibliography and Index, p.54-56
Forever Yours Publications
This publication is designed for upper primary and secondary students. It contains a collection of stories about love in wartime using mementos, letters...
Tags: Primary, First World War (1914 – 1918), Education Resource
This education resource is designed for primary students in years 4-6, and focuses on the campaign and the experiences of the Anzacs at Gallipoli in 1915.
Students use collected evidence to create their own storybook, covering the main features of the campaign, the experiences of soldiers and nurses involved, and the ways in which Gallipoli has been, and continues to be, commemorated in Australia.
The published resource includes a copy of the ABC website Gallipoli, The First Day and a DVD Video containing a documentary on Gallipoli: Australians at War Episode Two.
Tags: Secondary, First World War (1914 – 1918), Education Resource
This education resource provides teachers and students with learning activities and information on the experiences of the Anzacs at Gallipoli in 1915, contextualising the involvement of the Turkish, British, French and other Allied forces in the campaign. The resource aids students in discovering the main features of the campaign, including the landings of the Anzacs; the stories of soldiers and nurses involved; the roles of other allied nations; the experiences of families waiting at home; the evacuation; and the reasons why Gallipoli has been and continues to be commemorated as an event of national significance for Australians.
The published resource includes a copy of the ABC website Gallipoli, The First Day and a DVD Video containing two documentary films, Australians at War Episode Two and Revealing Gallipoli.
Tags: Secondary, First World War (1914 – 1918), Websites
Historians still debate whether the Anzac troops were landed at the correct place. Why did the Allied commanders send Australian troops to land on a beach before rugged hills, ridges and steep gullies? What was the objective? What happened?
‘The attack on Gallipoli was one of the more imaginative strategies of the First World War ... Gaining control of the Dardanelles would re-establish communications with Russia and release wheat and shipping locked in the Black Sea by Turkey.’