Digital resources tagged with ‘conflict’

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Australian Biography - Sir Marcus Oliphant thumbnail

Australian Biography - Sir Marcus Oliphant

The first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. Sir Mark Oliphant helped to create the bomb, but even though it ended the war he can never reconcile himself to the loss of civilian life.

NSW / Stage 4 / History / Topic 1 Investigating History
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Captain Cook - Cook Claims New South Wales

After spending some time observing an Aboriginal tribe, Cook commits the most controversial act of the voyage: he claims the entire east coast of New Holland for Britain, without permission from the local inhabitants.

National / Year 9 & 10 / English and Media Literacy / Documentaries
National / Upper Primary / Indigenous Studies / Culture
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Captain Cook’s Tragic Death

Captain James Cook’s untimely return to Hawaii ended with his violent death, the details of which are portrayed in numerous conflicting illustrations.

National / Year 9 & 10 / Visual Arts / Art criticism and aesthetics
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Civil War in Sudan

Sudanese refugees talk about the impact of the civil war on their families and of creating a new life in Australia.

National / Year 9 & 10 / Australian History / Immigration
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Ethnic Discrimination

The issue of refugees and displaced people is one of the most complicated before the world community today. Every year millions of refugees from around the world search for a new homeland. About 13,000 of these people make new lives in Australia.

National / Year 9 & 10 / Australian History / Post-World War 2 Society
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Eureka Flag

Since it fluttered above a group of rebellious gold miners at the 1854 Eureka Stockade, the flag of the Southern Cross has become a symbol of democracy and defiance.

National / Year 9 & 10 / Australian History / Gold
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Francis De Groot’s Sword

When right-wing agitator Francis De Groot upstaged the 1932 opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and sliced through the ceremonial ribbon, the antique sword he wielded cemented its place as an Australian national treasure.

National / Year 9 & 10 / Australian History / Great Depression
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Mining Bougainville

Gregory Kopa, a Bougainville villager describes how he felt when geologists started to look for copper on Bougainville in the 1960s.

NSW / Stage 6 Preliminary / Modern History / Part 1 Case Studies (Pacific)
National / Year 9 & 10 / Australian History / Australia & the Asia/ Pacific Region
Taslima Nasrin - Bangladeshi doctor, poet and refugee thumbnail

Taslima Nasrin - Bangladeshi doctor, poet and refugee

The Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasrin recounts her 1960s childhood and her awakening to women's oppression.

National / Year 9 & 10 / English and Media Literacy / Engaging with Asia
National / Year 7 & 8 / English and Media Literacy / Engaging with Asia
National / Year 9 & 10 / Society and Environment / Engaging with Asia
National / Year 7 & 8 / Society and Environment / Engaging with Asia
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Taslima Nasrin - the price of freedom

Bangladeshi poet Taslima Nasrin reflects about her mother’s life and her own responsibility, through her writing, to changing the lives of women globally.

National / Year 9 & 10 / English and Media Literacy / Engaging with Asia
National / Year 7 & 8 / English and Media Literacy / Engaging with Asia
National / Year 9 & 10 / Society and Environment / Engaging with Asia
National / Year 7 & 8 / Society and Environment / Engaging with Asia