History Excursion

On Monday the 11th of April rooms 10 and 6 went on a combined history excursion. Our focus in History for Term 1 and 2 is:

  • The diversity and longevity of Australia’s first peoples and the ways they are connected to Country/Place and their pre-contact ways of life
  • Stories of the First Fleet, including reasons for the journey, who travelled to Australia, and their experiences following arrival
  • The nature of contact between Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Peoples and the impact that these interactions and colonisation had on the environment and people’s lives

The three places we visited were:

Migration Museum

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South Australian Museum

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Art Gallery of South Australia

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The following day we wrote a recount about our excursion which included all the wonderful things we learnt. Here are some paragraphs from our writing to give you an idea of the types of things we did for the day!

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What was one interesting fact you learnt about Australian History?

Which place did you enjoy the most and why?

 

5 thoughts on “History Excursion

  1. Dear mrs Baldwin
    the interesting fact that i liked is that the aboriginal people made cool weapons. the place i liked the most was the museum it was full of aboriginal stuff and things that they made.

    From Steven

  2. dear mrs baldwin
    in the migration museum David told us the museum was once school.
    i enjoyed the art gallary because it was colourful.

  3. Dear Ms Baldwin,

    I learnt that colonel William Light ruled Adelaide,

    I enjoyed the SA Museum the most because I got to make funny at the stuffed animals

    From Tarj😄

  4. Hello miss Baldwin
    I learnt that Captain Cook wasn’t the first person to discover Australia even though he claimed for England.

    The Migration Museum because I haven’t been there before.

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