Australian Identity. What does it mean to be Australian?. Learning Intentions. understand what it means to be an Australian know the characteristics of Australian identity identify and describe example of Australian identity
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Australian Identity • What does it mean to be Australian?
Learning Intentions • understand what it means to be an Australian • know the characteristics of Australian identity • identify and describe example of Australian identity • Be able to use the persuasive, expository and imaginative forms of writing
Complete Citizenship Test! • Lets hope you pass!
Terms to LearnThis will become your vocabulary section of the unit and should be created in a separate word document. Identity • it is who or what a person or thing is Mateship • Mateship can be defined as the code of conduct, particularly between men, stressing egalitarianism, equality and friendship.
Other Terms Black Humour Strewth Drover Wowser Ockerism Federation Self Deprecating Humour Bogan WHAT OTHERS SHOULD BE INCLUDED ?
Consolidation of Understanding • In groups decide what is means to be an “Aussie” - brainstorm ideas, write them down in the form of a ‘X-mind’ and we’ll share these with rest of class!!!
Example Friendly People Love of Ice Hockey Canadian Distinct Cultures “from sea to sea” Free Health Care
Landmarks and Monuments • In the next two minutes, write down as many landmarks and monuments of.. • USA • Britain
Stereotype • a conventional, and oversimplified conception, opinion, or image.
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