Being a child in the nineteenth century
In this fun education program students explore the past, focusing on school life and daily life of colonial Australia (1836-1875) before schooling became compulsory in South Australia.
What did children learn at school? What technology was used?
The program will:
- connect the past to the present through developing an understanding of school life in the nineteenth century
- explore the use of slate and slate pencils
- explore the history of this site
- consider the effects of colonization for Indigenous Australians
- consider how laws affected the lives of people, past and present.
It is recommended that teachers explore the concepts of personal and family histories and the past and present with students prior to the program.
31/01/2017 – 15/12/2017
Level: F, 1, 2, 3
Area: HASS - Civics and Citizenship, HASS - History, Technologies
Cost: $7 per student $3 equity
Participants: Maximum of 30 students
Duration: 90 minutes
ALL school visits must be booked in advance.
To book a visit please contact the Migration Museum.
Please note that all bookings must be made by phone.
60 min program:
$5.00 per student/$2.50 equity
90 min program:
$7.00 per student/$3.00 equity
120 min program:
$9.00 per student/$4.00 equity
Organising your visit
For more information and to discuss your student learning needs please contact the Education Manager at the Migration Museum.
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