VISUAL STIMULUS FOCUS
My Home in Kakadu is a contemporary cultural story from a traditional owner of the Kakadu region that takes you on a journey through the amazing landscapes of Kakadu National Park. Learn about weather seasons, bush foods and hunting skills still alive in modern Australia.
A comprehensive document of notes relating to the visual stimulus.
Prior to Viewing: Background information on the topic and tips to help you introduce the video to students
Shared Viewing: Explanations and additional information to engage students while viewing the video
After Viewing Discussion: Recommended ideas for discussion and questioning after viewing the video
Printable worksheets for students to complete that support the teaching material.
WS 1: Bush Tucker Cooking
A drawing activity where students draw some bush tucker from the My Home in Kakadu story onto the paperbark plate.
WS 2: Signs of a Crocodile
A colour-in and drawing activity where students colour in the crocodile and draw the signs to show a crocodile is lurking about.
Additional materials such as answers, useful links, relevant protocol documents or tips for localising the teaching materials.
Information about Aboriginal people’s connection to the land, and caring for country.