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Communicating traditional Indigenous Knowledge

Traditional Indigenous knowledge can be communicated through a wide variety of mediums and forms. Explore the ways that Ngadju Poeples of Western Australia embody this through story, seasonal calendars, cultural narratives and song.

Subject:

English

Year level:

Level 6

Uluru from Above

Uluru from Above. Photographer: NASA/JSC Gateway to Astronaut Photography of Earth. Source: Wikimedia Commons. License: CC BY 2.0    

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