Introduce your students to Paul Strzelecki and his adventures as an Australian Explorer
Year level: Five
Australian Curriculum Content Descriptor:
ACHASSK110 – The role that a significant individual or group played in shaping a colony
Paul Strzelecki is known for naming Australia’s highest peak Mt Kosciuszko. Prior to this he lived a life full of adventure and discovery inspired by his love of geology and science. Your students will enjoy the hands-on interactive activities designed to truly engage them with your HASS lessons.
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Australian Curriculum * HASS * Australian History * Australian Explorers * Paul Strzelecki * Strezelecki * Year 5 * ACHASSK110 * ACHASSI096 * ACHASSI097 * Explorer *Exploration * Geography * Mt Kosciuszko
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