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What resources support teaching about Asia?

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View curated digital resources that gather together Asia-related web links relevant to year-level content descriptions of the Australian Curriculum: History.


Learning sequences

Access a range of History learning sequences for use in the classroom.

  • Two women work together at the AEF conference
  • Equipping yourself to teach about Asia...more »
  • gold rush family
  • Year 5: Chinese migrants and the gold rush...more »
  • loong_1970_d_ohoy3
  • Years 5–6: Integrated English and History...more »
  • Excerpt from the Harvest of Endurance scroll
  • Year 6: Harvest of Endurance Scroll...more »
  • we come to aus
  • Year 6: We come to Australia...more »
  • Junagadh
  • Year 7: Ashoka and the Mauryan Empire...more »
  • confucius
  • Year 7: Learning from Confucius...more »
  • Drawing of a cartoon canvas town during the Gold Rush
  • Year 9: Chinese migrants and the gold rush...more »
  • chinese migrants
  • Year 9: Australian attitudes toward Chinese migrants...more »
  • Billy Sing
  • Year 9: Chinese ANZACs – a missing history?...more »
  • japan relations
  • Year 10: Unscrambling acronyms – Australia-Japan relations...more »

Learning resources

  • Image of diary from April 1916 with both pages open
  • Year 9: Chinese Anzacs (PDF: 4.74 MB)...more »
  • Go Korea_370x247
  • Go Korea! learning sequences that focus on Korean traditions that date back hundreds of years...more »

AEF acknowledges that some elements in the websites above do not comply with conformance level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines v2.0. The elements have been included because of the significant value they offer to members of the education community. Some features may not be accessed via mobile devices.


Images: Curated digital resource icon by AEF; Ronin Enter Sengakuji Temple to Pay Homage to Their Lord, Enya, circa 1836 (Public Domain); Henri Meyer, China – the cake of kings and … of emperors (Opens in a new window), illustration from Le Petit Journal, 1898, public domain

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