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: Secondary, Sudan War (1885), Boer War (1899 – 1902), First World War (1914 – 1918), Second World War (1939 – 1945), British Commonwealth Occupation Force (1945 – 1952), Peacekeeping Operations (1947 – On going), Korean War (1950 – 1953), Vietnam War (1962 – 1975), Second Gulf War (2003 – 2009), Afghanistan War (2001 – On going), Education Resource
This education resource provides teachers and students with learning activities and information on love and friendship experienced during times of conflict.
This teachers’ guidebook provides classroom ready activities which encourage senior students to analyse and develop historical literacy skills through inquiry learning on the theme relationships forged, lost or found in wartime. The learning activities link to the Australian English and History Curriculum.
Australia's Involvement in the Korean War (website)
Tags: Secondary, British Commonwealth Occupation Force (1945 – 1952), Korean War (1950 – 1953), Websites
It was the first major war of a larger conflict, the Cold War. The Cold War was a political, economic and military contest between the two post-war superpowers, the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (Soviet Union). The Republic of Korea (south) was supported by the United States which persuaded the United Nations to side with her. Australia was one of the 21 members of the United Nations which sent military forces to aid the south. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (north), was backed by China and the Soviet Union.
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), Wartime Snapshot
Tags: Secondary, First World War (1914 – 1918), Commemorative Publication, Education Activity Booklet, eBooks
The Gallipoli Educational Activities booklet features a brief introductory activity called ‘Getting Started’, followed by seven separate activities designed to encourage student interaction with the rich range of historical sources in the Australians in World War I: Gallipoli commemorative publication.
Some activities utilise the videos and interviews on the Gallipoli iBook, which you can download for free on your iPad.
Chapter 1: Gallipoli
February 1915 – January 1916
On 19 February 1915, the sea off the entrance to the strait of the Dardanelles in Turkey was calm; there was no wind an...
Australians in World War I: Australian Flying Corps
Tags: Secondary, First World War (1914 – 1918), Commemorative Publication, Education Activity Booklet
The Australian Flying Corps Educational Activities booklet is aimed towards secondary students. It is designed to complement the Australian Flying Corps publication which provides a brief history of the Australian Flying Corps (AFC), in particular their involvement during World War I.
The publication includes more than 100 images and photographs that captures the history of the forerunner to the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).
Chapter 1: Two airmen
The aircraft is all very well for sport—for the army it is useless.1
Both men were members of the Australian Flying Corps (AF...
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.