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Indigenous Australiana is a site about the Australian Aborigines and their links to their past beliefs and culture and present day existance in European society.
This site is a new site that has been redeveloped from the Adnyanathanha Aborigines of South Australia site created by these students entered last year.
The Adnyanathanha group from the South Australian Flinders Ranges is covered in depth. Through the use of various media, the site aims to develop a wide variety of skills and broader knowledge about the Australian Aboriginal groups for people of all ages. It aims to develop a better understanding of the Australian Aboriginal culture and to counter negative stereotypes. The site focuses on the Dreaming stories of the Adnyamathanha people as well as thier environment, language, lifestyle, technology and visual arts. It also discusses the subject of reconciliation between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Australians and the eight key issues involved.
There is an extensive activities section for teachers and students of primary and secondary schooling. It covers language, art, cultural and extended learning activities such as acrostic, image and word recongnition, crosswords with movable letters, scenes with moveable images, planning camp sites, analysing dreaming stories, critical thinking and source analysis activities.
Frequent meetings were held as we found that we were able to work more effectively when working closely with each other. It was difficult to find free time as every one had to balance other commitments.
2001 Achievement Award
JasmineWilderness School, Adelaide, Australia
QuocWilderness School, Adelaide, Australia
chaiWilderness School, adelaide, Australia
19 & under
Janet FarrallWilderness School, Adelaide, Australia
Geography & Travel > Australia & Oceania
Social Sciences & Culture > Indigenous Peoples