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Grade three History

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Sarah Lade

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander tribes and their culture. These tribes covered the entire mainland of Australia as well as Islands near the coast, including Tasmania. Content information Dreamtime Dance Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders were the first culture to migrate to Australia 50,000 to 65,000 years ago. The First Australians Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders have great respect for one another amongst their tribes. Each individual of the group is thought of as an essential or an important member. Everyone had his or her own task within the group. The females gather, while the males hunt. The aboriginals and Torres Strait islanders all have great respect for their elders. The older members in the group are called “grey hairs” as a sign of respect for their age and knowledge. The “grey hairs” usually solve any issues that arise among the group. The Tribes There were approximately three hundred different languages spoken within the aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders tribes in 1788. There is now about seventy- five languages still spoken today. Walpiri is a language that is still regularly used in Alice Springs. This language is also being taught in schools today, with a growing sum of the written literature now being produced in this language. Language To hear the Walapiri language, click on the following link. The land is not just soil, rocks or minerals to the tribes, but a whole environment that is looked after by its people. The land was known as the core of all spirituality.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders cared for their land in another way from others. These tribes lived with the land rather than off the land. They were always taught to protect their land and to never destroy it. How can we inform our generation today that we must protect our environment and not destroy it? Our Future.. How Can we care for our environment like the aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders did? The land Dance performances in the tribes are seen as the core of culture life. They had songs for every occasion. Dancing displayed knowledge about the stories of the ancestral heroes. Unlike painting and singing, dancing is taught at an early age. Music, song and dance is still very important in the aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders lives today. Art Dreamtime for aboriginals were stories that had been passed down from older generations. These stories were about mythical beings that demonstrated how the tribes should behave. It taught the tribes right from wrong. Here are some dreamtime stories. Aboriginals are well known for their dot paintings. Dot paintings are small dots of paint creating symbols. These symbols are created from the dreamtime stories. Traditionally the colours used were very earthy colours such as red, orange and yellow. http://www.daniellesplace.com/html/AustralianCrafts.html http://www.didgeswedoo.com.au/aboriginals.html Year level- Three

Historical Knowledge and Understanding
Community and Remembrance

The importance of Country and Place to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples who belong to a local area. (This is intended to be a local area study with a focus on one Language group; however, if information or sources are not readily available, another representative area may be studied) (ACHHK060) References Aboriginal land (n.d). Retrieved September, 21, 2012, from-
http://www.indigenousaustralia.info/land.html Australian Government. (2008). Australian Indigenous culture heritage. Retrieved from- http://australia.gov.au/about-australia/australian-story/austn-indigenous-cultural-heritage Encyclopaedia.com. (2012). Australian Aborigines. Retrieved 21, 2012, from- http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/Aboriginal_Australians.aspx Didgescape. (2011, January 6). How the Kangaroo got its pouch. [Video file]. Video posted to HTTP://WWW.youtube.com/watch?v=8sWAGGWvUA&feature=fvwrel NewsOnABC (2010, January 25). Aboriginal ceremony kicks off Aus Day celebrations. [Video file]. Video posted to http://www.youtube.com/watch?= eN- E1qkjxvc tushington1000. (2007, December 5). Aboriginal dreamtime story. [Video file]. Video posted http ://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sle62XV0BO0 References Warve,C. (2005). Australian Crafts and
Activities for Kids. Retrieved September, 21, 2012, from- http://www.daniellesplace.com/html/AustralianCrafts.html Wheeler, E. (n.d). Social Connections and Order. Retrieved from- http://www.astronomy.pomona.edu/archeo/australia/australia3.html http://www.infoplease.com/spot/aboriginal1.html http://aboriginalart.com.au/didgeridoo/dance.html http://climate.nasa.gov/kids/bigQuestions/weCanHelp/ Here are some suggestions.. http://www.skwirk.com.au/p-c_s-17_u-455_t-1227_c-4693/social-organisations/wa/social-organisations/aboriginal-people-and-torres-strait-islanders/traditional-life Let's now create our own
aboriginal art pieces. This was until The Europeans brought over 162,000 convicts to Australia in 1788. They then took over the land because they declared that no one lived there. How do you think this would have made the aboriginals and Torres strait islanders feel? http://www.aboriginalheritage.org/history/history/ http://australia.gov.au/about-australia/australian-story/austn-indigenous-cultural-heritage Indigenous people in Australia. (2012). Retrieved September 26th, 2012. From http://www.skwirk.com.au/p-c_s-17_u-455_t-1227_c-4693/social-organisations/wa/social-organisations/aboriginal-people-and-torres-strait-islanders/traditional-life Villanueva-Siacoco,R. (2012). Aboriginal Australia; History and culture of Australia’s Indigenous peoples. Retrieved September 26th, 2012. From http://www.infoplease.com/spot/aboriginal1.html Aboriginal Australian art & culture centre (n.d.). Retrieved September 26th, 2012. From http://aboriginalart.com.au/didgeridoo/dance.html NASA (n.d.). Climate Kids. Retrieved September 26th, 2012. From http://climate.nasa.gov/kids/bigQuestions/weCanHelp/ Aborigines (n.d.). Retrieved September 26th, 2012. From http://www.apex.net.au/~mhumphry/aborigin.html Aboriginal Heritage (2012). Retrieved September 26th, 2012. From http://www.aboriginalheritage.org/history/history/ Can you create your very own dreamtime story? References In national parks today, you can still see the art work the tribes created many years ago.
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