Located in South Australia Very little rainfall a year Very few Australians live there Located in South Australia Very little rainfall a year Very few Australians live there
Uluru-Ayers Rock A Monolith, like Stone Mountain Located close to the center of the continent Important to Aborigines
Be the Thing… Your Task: – Choose 1 of the physical features – Fold your paper “hamburger style” to make a desk tent On the front : Imagine that you are one of the features. Write 5 facts about yourself. On the back: draw an illustration of the feature
Ticket out the Door Which of the physical features that we have seen today is the most important to Australia? Why?
Brain Jogger Which of the physical features that we have seen recently is the most important to Australia? Why? Great Barrier Reef, Uluru-Ayers Rock, Coral Sea, Great Victoria Desert, Outback
Map Exploration Use the pages on your blue sheet to find the correct map to answer the questions. Answer completely. When Done: Turn into the back. After you complete the assignment: – Read pages 347-348 – Then: Summarize the Sections “Australia’s Aborigines” and “The Arrival of the Europeans” in your own words, and two sentences each. When Done: Keep at your desk, return books