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geography lesson on aboriginal people

Discussion in 'Geography' started by neiljones87, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. After successful aboriginal art lessons I would like to teach a few geography lessons on the aboriginal people. At the moment I have ideas on pupils comparing their own locailty with that of the aboriginese. If anyone has other useful ideas I could use for a key stage 2 class it would be appreciated.
    Thanks!
     
  2. After successful aboriginal art lessons I would like to teach a few geography lessons on the aboriginal people. At the moment I have ideas on pupils comparing their own locailty with that of the aboriginese. If anyone has other useful ideas I could use for a key stage 2 class it would be appreciated.
    Thanks!
     
  3. I've just started reading 'Bird Cloud' by Annie Proulx, and it opens with her writing a comparison of her US ranch (which was also home to Native Americans at one time) with Uluru/Ayers Rock - could be a good way to get them started :)
     

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