Welcome: Visiting Melbourne's Immigration Museum
Description: This Web Quest is an interactive Resource Instrument to allow students to review the topics related to Australia's Immigration ahead of the visit of 9C to Melbourne's Immigration Museum on November 14
Grade Level: 9-12
Curriculum: Social Studies
Keywords: An interactive Review Instrument for year 9 Geography students examining Australia's Immigration
Author(s): Mr Y (teddy) Kaplan (maple)
Kamahl recounts his personal memories of his life and career in Australia
Description: Kamahl is one of Australia's best loved performers with a distinguished musical career that has spanned more than four decades. In this interview, the legendary singer reflects on his life in Australia since he first arrived as a migrant in 1953, and his journey from new arrival to Australian citizen.
Australian Citizenship-Our Common Bond booklet
Description: The Australian Citizenship-Our Common Bond booklet is a treasure trove of information, make use of it in responding to the tasks
A humorous take on immigration officers
Description: If you were wondering what migrants to Australia faced in the not so distant past view this clip
share your immigration story
Description: If you would like to share your own migration story or that of someone close to, view this link for an opportunity to share your story on the immigration museum web site.
Where did you or your ancestors come from?
Description: Find out about the history of migration from your family's original homeland
Melbourne Immigration Museum
Description: The Immigration Museum in Melbourne is the perfect place to learn about Australia and its diverse cultural identity. The museum takes visitors on an interactive journey from 1800s to the present. This year is a particularly appropriate time to visit, as Australia celebrates the 60th anniversary of Australian citizenship. For further information please visit http://museumvictoria.com.au
How much do you know about the land down under?
Description: Australia is big, bold, and often breathtaking. How much do you know about the land down under?
Immigration Pathways Program
Description: The Immigration Pathway is a self guided program designed to give 9-12 students an overview of the immigration history of Victoria and Australia. Integrated learning is supported through exploring immigration processes and stories of getting in, arrival and reunions, settlings and impacts. The program includes an introduction by an Immigration Museum staff member, while pathway resources take students on a self guided journey through the museum. The Immigration Pathway education kit with pre and post visit resources is available online to further support student learning.
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