Identify one historical event from Australian history and analyze how it has affected the lives of Indigenous Australians.
You will need to:
– describe the event
– analyse the effects and impacts of the event on Indigenous Australians, both in the past and present time.
Part B 600 words
Conclude the final part of your essay by discussing teaching and learning with Indigenous perspectives. In your discussion, include the following:
– A summary of the arguments that support the teaching and learning of Indigenous Australian histories, cultures and perspectives in early childhood education.
– An explanation of how this event could be taught in early childhood education.
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