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My own notes,Table of Contents,1 About the Resource. 2 Pre Viewing Activities,3 Disconnection from Family. 4 Abuse at the Institutions,5 Long Term Consequences. 6 Stolen Wages,7 The Sugar Labour Trade,1 About the. My own notes,About the Documentary, Servant or Slave uses first person accounts archival footage and reconstructions.
to give a powerful and evocative insight into the domestic servitude forced upon. Aboriginal women in 20th Century Australia, If your school has a Clickview account you can view the whole documentary here. About the Resource, This resource provides students and teachers with the opportunity to gain a greater. understanding of, The Stolen Generations the impact of policies of forced removal of Aboriginal. and Torres Strait Islander children from their families. Stolen Wages and the struggle for reparations,The Sugar Labour Trade. The activities in this resource have been designed to complement three short clips. from the documentary and five additional vignettes Throughout the resource. suggested tasks have been created to provide teachers and students with the. opportunity and confidence to research aspects of Aboriginal and Torres Strait. Islander experiences since the invasion of Australia With links to the Australian. Curriculum embedded throughout the resource activities can be completed as. a continuation of skill and knowledge development or as individual activities to. support teacher programmes Activities have been designed to engage students in. years 9 12 and it is advised that teachers tailor their complexity to suit their class. While this resource focuses on English and History activities can be applied to a. broader range of subjects such as Media Studies Geography and Aboriginal and. Torres Strait Islander Studies,Australian Curriculum Links.
Stage 5 History Content Descriptions, The continuing nature of efforts to secure civil rights and freedoms in Australia. and throughout the world such as the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous. Peoples 2007 ACDSEH143, The significance of the following for the civil rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait. Islander Peoples 1962 right to vote federally 1967 Referendum Reconciliation. Mabo decision Bringing Them Home Report the Stolen Generations the Apology. Stage 5 History Skills, Evaluate the reliability and usefulness of primary and secondary sources ACHHS171. Use chronological sequencing to demonstrate the relationship between events and. developments in different periods and places ACHHS182. Use historical terms and concepts ACHHS183,1 About the Resource. My own notes, Identify and locate relevant sources using ICT and other methods ACHHS186.
Process and synthesise information from a range of sources for use as evidence in. an historical argument ACHHS188, Evaluate the reliability and usefulness of primary and secondary sources ACHHS189. Develop texts particularly descriptions and discussions that use evidence from a. range of sources that are referenced ACHHS192, Select and use a range of communication forms oral graphic written and digital. technologies ACHHS193,Stage 5 English Content Descriptions. Create imaginative informative and persuasive texts that present a point of view and. advance or illustrate arguments including texts that integrate visual print and or. audio features ACELY1746, Compare and evaluate a range of representations of individuals and groups in. different historical social and cultural contexts ACELT1639. Use comprehension strategies to interpret and analyse texts comparing and. evaluating representations of an event issue situation or character in different texts. Evaluate the impact on audiences of different choices in the representation of still. and moving images ACELA1572, Analyse how the construction and interpretation of texts including media texts can.
be influenced by cultural perspectives and other texts ACELY1739. Recommendations before viewing in the classroom, As with all resources teachers are encouraged to watch Servant or Slave and the. associated clips before showing it to students The content addresses some very. significant themes and it is important teachers are comfortable with the content. beforehand These resources have been designed to help you feel confident to. engage in safe discussions in your classroom, Talk if possible with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students staff families or. community members before using Servant or Slave learning resources to make sure. that they are comfortable with you sharing this content in your classroom Servant. or Slave raises themes that may be confronting to students particularly Aboriginal. and Torres Strait Islander students Considering and pre empting possible responses. so as to be able to facilitate sensitive and informed debriefs and discussions is very. The resources have been designed to help teachers feel confident to engage. students in safe discussions within the classroom Some ideas to consider are. Set classroom ground rules Due to the sensitive nature of the content in Servant. or Slave setting classroom ground rules with your students before viewing is an. important step in creating a safe space and helping develop mutual respect and. understanding between the members of your classroom community. Be respectful Each person has their own beliefs and values. Value diversity Each person has their own world views experiences and opinions. Listen politely Each person has a right to contribute without pressure or. intimidation, Act with courage and respect others thoughts and acts Be brave in sharing. 2 Pre Viewing,Activities,My own notes,experiences ideas and opinions. Appreciate privacy Each person has the right to uphold their privacy. Act responsibly Share feedback with thoughtful consideration and a positive. attitude towards others, Work collaboratively with students to create a contract that outlines the expected.
standards of behaviour around using the interactive. Use the think puzzle explore reflection protocol to prompt discussion and reflection. after viewing the interactive, THINK What ideas emotions or situations did the clip make you think about. PUZZLE What ideas people or situations in the clip puzzled you. EXPLORE What ideas presented in the clip would you like to explore further. Encourage students to frame discussion comments as their own as in I think and. avoid forceful language such as you should, When responding to others in classroom discussion or within the associated. activities encourage students to challenge ideas rather than people. Allow adequate time at the end of each viewing session to debrief the content. associated activities and discussion,Pre Viewing Activities. The documentary s title prompts the audience to consider whether the experiences of. the women in the film were treated as Servants or Slaves Before viewing the film it is. important that students understand the difference between the two terms and have an. understanding of the government policies that led to the forcible removal of Aboriginal. and Torres Strait Islander children from their families. Use historical terms and concepts ACHHS183, 1 As a class brainstorm definitions and associated connotations or characteristics of. the terms Servant and Slave Instruct students to create a Venn diagram showing. the similarities and differences between these two terms. Servant noun Slave noun,A person employed by A person who is forced.
another especially to to work for another,perform domestic duties against their will. Download a template here, You may later wish to compare your class responses to the personal and academic. perspectives shared in Servant or Slave by engaging in the Collecting Evidence. activity below,2 Pre Viewing Activities,My own notes. 1 The Stolen Generations refers to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander. children who were forcibly removed from their families during different phases of. Government policy in Australia Research the following questions individually in. pairs or in small groups Record your information in a shared document such as. Google Docs or Padlet Make sure to include a number of different sources and. perspectives in your research, 1 What were Australian government policies of Protection and when were they. implemented in Australia, 2 How did the Protection policies regulate control over Aboriginal and Torres.
Strait Islander peoples in Australia, 3 In the documentary Servant or Slave Larissa Behrendt comments Protection. was a kind of ironic word just like welfare was The policies were more. about protecting white people from Aboriginal people. What do you think is ironic or problematic about the term Protection in the. context of government policy towards Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander. people in Australia, 4 What were the Australian government policies of Assimilation and when did. they operate in Australia,5 What were the aims of the Assimilation policies. 6 a What do Integration policies entail and what was their apparent purpose. b What do Self determination policies entail and what were are their apparent. c How do these two policy frameworks differ from earlier Protection and. Assimilation policies and in what ways are they similar to or different from. History ACHHS193 ACHHS186 ACHHS183 ACHHS192, 2 Read through the research your classmates have collated in the shared document. Choose one fact that stands out to you the most and record your personal. reaction by making a comment next to the text in another colour or by using a. comment box Consider the following questions to guide your response. 1 Is this new information or something you already knew about. 2 How does it make you feel Are you shocked angry happy or disappointed Why. 3 What would you like to know more about What questions has this information. supported you to consider,History ACHHS193 ACHHS186 ACHHS183.
3 Create a timeline outlining the key events in the changing rights and freedoms of. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across Australia from the late 19th. Century through to the early 21st Century You may want to use the First Contact. Classroom Poster as a starting point,History ACDSEH143 ACHHS182. 2 Pre Viewing Activities,My own notes,Questioning, Asking questions is an effective way for students to connect with new information. that is being presented to them While engaging with the resources provide students. with time to speculate and create questions that they would like answered while. viewing the clips This will develop students comprehension and develop higher. order thinking skills You can begin this process after completing the previewing. activities by asking students to write down five questions that they would like. answered while viewing the documentary clips,English ACELY1744. Collecting Evidence, While viewing the documentary consider the title Servant or Slave and record. evidence that identifies which term is most accurate in describing the experiences. of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women forcibly trained in domestic service. Record you evidence in a table using this template A couple of View Point Evidence. examples have been listed as a starting place but students are encouraged to make. their own informed conclusions and add their own evidence to the list This information. will be used to complete an extended paragraph after viewing all of the clips. English ACELY1739,3 Disconnection,from Family,My own notes.
Clip 1 Disconnection from Family,Discussion Points. 1 What does the word family mean to you How do you think you would you feel. being removed from your family knowing you may never see them again. Engaging this question may be difficult for students with experiences of being removed or separated. from family We recommend you consider this prior to deciding whether or not to include this discussion. question in your classroom, 2 How did the removal of the Wenberg children affect the relationship between the. siblings How did it affect their relationship with their own partners children and. families later in life, I wasn t brought up with them If you re not brought up with someone how. could you connect Valerie Linow nee Wenberg, I grew up not knowing they were my sisters and grew up not wanting to know. We re not close now we re strangers and the same with our brothers they re. strangers Rita Wenberg, I don t think I was meant to be a mother We weren t brought up with a mother.
so how to you expect to be a mother to your children when you don t even know. how to be a mother to them when you never had one to help you to guide you. Rita Wenberg, 3 What do you think the aim s purpose s of removing Aboriginal and Torres Strait. Islander children from families were Were they positive or negative Why why. not Support your response with evidence from the documentary. English ACELY1744, 1 Exploring Perspectives In this task you will be encouraged to compose a. critical reflection that explores the impacts of the Stolen Generations experience. on members of the Wenberg family s personal and interpersonal lives Use direct. quotes from the documentary to inform and inspire your composition and aim to. include the perspectives from at least 2 3 different family members The family. Teacher notes sbs com au learn Servant or Slave History and English My own notes Page 2 Table of Contents 1 About the Resource 2 Pre Viewing Activities 3 Disconnection from Family 4 Abuse at

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