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Representations in film and text

Delve into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander fire management traditions in your classroom. Learn how these practices endure, sustaining biodiversity, habitats, and culture. Engage students via text, film, and visuals to bridge traditional practice and modern knowledge.

Subject:

English

Year level:

Level 9

Burnt Tree Bark. Blackheath, Dharug country.

Burnt Tree Bark. Blackheath, Dharug country. Photographer: Andrew Merry. Source: Getty Images. Used under licence. 

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