Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Heritage Study describes the way in which the park, situated in the central part of the Northern Territory of Australia, has preserved the heritage of the Anangu Aboriginals. This lesson idea focuses on inquiry-based learning by allowing students to not only participate in class discussions but, to also research and identify key aspects of the national park. This lesson is perfect for educators of the Australian History Curriculum.
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