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    AUSTRALIAN GOLD RUSH
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    Sophie Smith (gwneslsom@students.latrobe.edu.au,
    (gwneslsom@students.latrobe.edu.au,
    kr3chandler@students.latrobe.edu.au, sm6collins@students.latrobe.edu.au, Sg4smith@students.latrobe.edu.au)

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    AUSTRALIAN GOLD RUSH
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    Sophie Smith (gwneslsom@students.latrobe.edu.au, kr3chandler@students.latrobe.edu.au, sm6collins@students.latrobe.edu.au, Sg4smith@students.latrobe.edu.au)
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  3. page 4.8 - Reflection and Evaluation edited ... · The teacher rewards the team that won trivia by letting them leave first at the end of the d…
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    · The teacher rewards the team that won trivia by letting them leave first at the end of the day.
    THE TRIVIA QUESTIONS (and answers):
    How1. How much did
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    a month)
    What

    2. What
    event is
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    succeed? (Eureka stockade,stockade and yes changed
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    lot less.)
    Name

    3. Name
    some of
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    shovel, bucket, a long steel
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    pointed end)
    List

    4. List
    three of
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    for more)
    Who

    5. Who
    was the
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    drummer boy)
    Who

    6. Who
    is said
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    (Edward Hargraves)
    Name

    7. Name
    a country
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    America, Europe)
    Who

    8. Who
    was the
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    (Peter Lalor)
    Name

    9. Name
    two places
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    and Ballarat)
    10. In 1841 (before Hargraves finding) Clark discovered gold and showed the governor, what did he say? (Put it away Mr. Clark or we shall all have our throats cut)
    11. Where did Hargraves first find gold? (Near Bathurst, New South Wales)
    12. What did Hargraves name the place where he first found gold? (Ophir – after the biblical golden city of King Soloman)
    13. What is the Welcome Stranger Nugget? (the largest found nugget)
    14. Who found the Welcome Stranger Nugget? (John Deason and Richard Oates)
    15. What did the Victorian government do to encourage people to stay and look for gold in Victoria? (offered a 200 pound reward to those who found gold within 320km of Melbourne)
    16. Which state of Australia has produced the most gold? (Victoria)
    17. Why is it thought that Edward Hargraves was the first to find gold Australia (others did find gold before Hargraves but were told to say nothing, authorities were afraid of what would happen if everyone started to look for gold)
    18. Name some objects around the classroom or at home that are gold (jewellery, plated gold door handles, light fittings, coins etc)
    19. Why do you think gold is important? (students own answers)
    20. Name one person that has discovered gold in Australia. (Edward Hargraves, Clarke, Stzelecki, William Holterman, John Deason, Richard Oates)

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  4. page 2 - Resources edited ... WEBSITES: The Australian Gold Rush. (n.d.). Retrieved September 13, 2010 from http://alex.edf…
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    WEBSITES:
    The Australian Gold Rush. (n.d.). Retrieved September 13, 2010 from http://alex.edfac.usyd.edu.au/BLP/websites/gold/index.htm.
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    can do.
    Australian Gold Rush History Educational Information. (2000). Retrieved September 14, 2010 from http://www.oldmogotown.com.au/goldrush.html.
    This site gives a small overview of the gold rush history; it also provides some more in depth information about gold, such as its changing in price value. Easy to understand and read.
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    from http://www.cultureandrecreation.gov.au/articles/goldrush/
    This website has useful information about the history of the gold rush in Australia, it also has links to other websites with information about certain events in the gold rush.

    Ballarat Accomodation and Tourism Directory. (2010). Eureka Stockade. Retrieved September 13, 2010, from http://www.ballarat.com/eureka_stockade.htm
    This link provides students with some background knowledge on the events that happen on the goldfields, namely, the Eureka Stockade.
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    This website is a really good source of information for students in finding out about the life of the gold rush times. It includes links to famous and significant people and events which happen throughout that time.
    Taylor, P. (2006). The Australian gold rush. Retrieved September 12, 2010 from http://www.patricktaylor.com/australian-gold-rush
    This is a good website to use when researching the gold rush, it has a lot of information on the discovery of gold, transformations of Australia, key events and more.
    Sovereign Hill Ballarat. (2010). Sovereign hill: It’s pure gold!. Retrieved September 8th, 2010, from http://www.sovereignhill.com.au/
    This is a wonderful website that includes a lot of information about the history of the gold rush and provides resources for teachers and students. It can be useful when planning and excursion and also when doing research.

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  5. page 2 - Resources edited ... WEBSITES: The Australian Gold Rush. (n.d.). Retrieved September 13, 2010 from http://alex.edf…
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    WEBSITES:
    The Australian Gold Rush. (n.d.). Retrieved September 13, 2010 from http://alex.edfac.usyd.edu.au/BLP/websites/gold/index.htm.
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    can do.
    Australian Gold Rush History Educational Information. (2000). Retrieved September 14, 2010 from http://www.oldmogotown.com.au/goldrush.html.
    This site gives a small overview of the gold rush history; it also provides some more in depth information about gold, such as its changing in price value. Easy to understand and read.
    BallaratAustralian Government. (n.d.). The Australian gold rush. Retrieved September 15, 2010 from http://www.cultureandrecreation.gov.au/articles/goldrush/
    Ballarat
    Accomodation and
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    2010, from http://www.ballarat.com/eureka_stockade.htmThishttp://www.ballarat.com/eureka_stockade.htm
    This
    link provides
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    Eureka Stockade. Department
    Department
    of the
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    2010, from http://www.cultureandrecreation.gov.au/articles/goldrush.Thishttp://www.cultureandrecreation.gov.au/articles/goldrush.
    This
    website is
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    that time. Sovereign
    Taylor, P. (2006). The Australian gold rush. Retrieved September 12, 2010 from http://www.patricktaylor.com/australian-gold-rush
    Sovereign
    Hill Ballarat.
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    from http://www.sovereignhill.com.au/
    This is a wonderful website that includes a lot of information about the history of the gold rush and provides resources for teachers and students. It can be useful when planning and excursion and also when doing research.
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  6. page 6 - References edited REFERENCES Marsh, C. (2008). Studies of society and environment: Exploring the teaching po…

    REFERENCES
    Marsh, C. (2008). Studies of society and environment: Exploring the teaching possibilities. French Forest, NSW: Pearson Education.
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    from http://vels.vcaa.vic.edu.au/
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  7. page 6 - References edited REFERENCES VELS Marsh Marsh, C. (2008). Studies of society and environment: Exploring the…

    REFERENCES
    VELS
    Marsh
    Marsh, C. (2008). Studies of society and environment: Exploring the teaching possibilities. French Forest, NSW: Pearson Education.
    VELS. (2010). Victorian essential learning standards. Retrieved September 13, 2010, from http://vels.vcaa.vic.edu.au/

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  8. page 2 - Resources edited ... Australian Gold Rush History Educational Information. (2000). Retrieved September 14, 2010 fro…
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    Australian Gold Rush History Educational Information. (2000). Retrieved September 14, 2010 from http://www.oldmogotown.com.au/goldrush.html.
    This site gives a small overview of the gold rush history; it also provides some more in depth information about gold, such as its changing in price value. Easy to understand and read.
    SovereignBallarat Accomodation and Tourism Directory. (2010). Eureka Stockade. Retrieved September 13, 2010, from http://www.ballarat.com/eureka_stockade.htmThis link provides students with some background knowledge on the events that happen on the goldfields, namely, the Eureka Stockade. Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts, Culture Portal. (2010). Retrieved September 13, 2010, from http://www.cultureandrecreation.gov.au/articles/goldrush.This website is a really good source of information for students in finding out about the life of the gold rush times. It includes links to famous and significant people and events which happen throughout that time. Sovereign Hill Ballarat.
    This is a wonderful website that includes a lot of information about the history of the gold rush and provides resources for teachers and students. It can be useful when planning and excursion and also when doing research.
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