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These resources have been developed in alignment with the current National Curriculum. The intention is that they are used to support teachers and students in classrooms around Australia in building greater intercultural awareness and capability. For this reason, the majority of resources are free of charge. If you would like support with how to bring them into the classroom or using them to enhance your existing curriculum please reach out to us at education@islamicmuseum.org.au.

Primary v Secondary Sources

A PPT to support teachers in explaining the differences between primary and secondary sources in history.

Free

Notable Muslims Interactive Workbook Activity

An interactive workbook activity that allows for students to learn about two notable Australian Muslims.

Free

Reviewing Oral Histories

A comprehension worksheet that supports students working through a historical analysis of a piece of oral history.

Free

What Are Oral Histories

A PPT to support teachers in explaining what oral histories are, and how they can be used to support historical knowledge and enquiry.

Free

Station Rotation - Islam Dreaming

A classroom activity that has students work in small groups under timed conditions to respond to questions connected to their studies of the connections between Islam in Australia and the relationships had with Australia's First Nations communities.

Free

Boundless Plains Blank Map Activity

A blank map of Australia that students use as a base to take notes that correspond with the geographical expedition points of Boundless Plains.


Free

The Dreaming Interactive Workbook

An overview of the definition of The Dreaming as explained by Common Ground Australia

Free

Pillars of Islam Interactive Workbook

A summary of the Pillars of Islam that students can cut and paste into their workbooks.

Free

Pearling in Broome

A PPT reference tool for teachers to use when introducing students to the history of Muslim Pearlers in Western Australia.

Free

Cameleer Impact on Australia

A PPT reference tool for teachers to use when exploring the lasting impacts of the Muslim Cameleers on Australian history.

Free