Contact experiences between European settlers and Indigenous Australians history lesson idea, through the use of sources, allows students to understand the intended and unintended issues both parties faced. This lesson focuses on using a range of primary and secondary sources to discuss the Myall Creek and Slaughterhouse Creek massacres, Burke and Wills, along with the similarities and differences between the way each group lived. This lesson allows students to perfect their critical thinking skills.
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