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Indigenous Studies - a Conversation with Wiradyuri Elder, Dinawan Dyirribang. Stage 2-3 (Session 1 of 4) - 25 August 2016 Stream 4 - 10:00

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Indigenous Studies - a Conversation with Wiradyuri Elder, Dinawan Dyirribang. Stage 2-3 (Session 1 of 4)

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Classifications: Enabled, Events Not to be missed, Upcoming Excursions

Provider: Australian Fossil & Mineral Museum

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Presenter: Wiradyuri Elder, Dinawan Dyirribang, also known as Uncle Bill Allen with Paul Stafford

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Date: 25 August 2016

Start Time: 10:00

End Time: 11.00am

Duration: 1 hour

Closing Date: Bookings Close 24-Aug-2016

Availability: DEC and Non-DEC

DEC Positions: 5

Non-DEC Positions:

Price: $50 single session or 4 session module $100

KLA Syllabus: Primary

KLA Stage/s: Stage 2,Stage 3

KLA Year/s: Year 3,Year 4,Year 5,Year 6

Key Learning Area/s: English,Human Society and its Environment

KLA Topic/s: Environments,Writing

KLA Keyword/s: Aboriginal history, Indigenous studies, first contact, settlement, colonisation history

Modules:

Event Overview: Session 1: Who are the Wiradyuri? What was their traditional lifestyle & culture pre- European contact? Join us for an open mic Q&A between Wiradyuri Elder, Dinawan Dyirribang, also known as Uncle Bill Allen and childrens author Paul Stafford. Topics include the traditional Wiradyuri lifestyle and customs prior to first contact with Europeans, how that interaction descended from peaceful under Governor Macquarie to warfare under Governor Brisbane, some famous historical Wiradyuri identities like Windradyne, and the future of reconciliation. Schools can book into individual session or all four. Session 1 (25 August) Who are the Wiradyuri? What was their traditional lifestyle & culture pre- European contact? Session 2 (1 September) First contact between Wiradyuri and Europeans. Session 3 (8 September) The Black Wars & Wiradyuri identities of that era. Session 4 (15 September) Reconciliation - Building Bridges - Where to from here?

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Additional Booking Instructions: Schools can book into individual session or all four. $50 per school per session or $100 for the 4 session program, Funded by the NSW Government Arts NSW

Further Information: Penny Packham Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum, penny.packham@bathurst.nsw.gov.au T: 02 63315511

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