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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.

White Australia Policy Interactive Workbook Activity

An interactive comparative resource that students can paste into their workbooks that highlights the experiences of the Cameleers and Aboriginal people under the White Australia Policy and Aborginies Act 1911 (SA).


Free

Cameleer Connection Interactive Workbook Activity

A summary of information that students can engage with as a 'cut and paste' activity.


Free

Cameleers and First Nations People

A PPT reference tool for teachers to use while introducing students to the connections between the Muslim Cameleers and the Aboriginal people of central Australia.

Free

By Compass and Quran - Teachers Answer Guide

Teachers resources - answers to the comprehension questions for By Compass and Quran.

Free

Cameleer Source Comparison Activity

A historical skill activity that uses two written sources and asks students to compare and contrast information provided.

Free

Kahoot Comprehension - The Cameleers

A link to an external quiz for students to test their comprehension of the Hanifa Deen information.

https://play.kahoot.it/v2/?quizId=83faa690-089a-4899-803c-bc1e7008e97d

Free

Hanifa Deen Interactive Workbook Activity

An abridged interactive notebook style version of Hanifa Deen's article reflecting on the Cameleer history in Australia.

Free

Makassan Rock Art Activity

An artistic activity that allows students to demonstrate their learnings in a visual format.

Free

ABC Article - Makassan History in Arnhem Land

An article by Kate Humphries, published on abc.net.au (July 21, 2009) interviewing Barbra Luk Luk - a descendent of the Makassan's and Yolngu people.

Free

Yolngu Sea Country Webquest

An interactive comprehension activity that requires students to use weblinks (supplied) to find the appropriate information to respond to questions provided.

Free