Life Skills Textiles Used in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Cultures

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Life Skills students can learn about how textiles have been used in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultures with this wonderful resource.

Students learn about basket weaving, string bags, Torres Strait Islander headdresses, fish traps and possum skin cloaks in the PowerPoint. Students can then complete the corresponding worksheet where they answer a series of questions related to the information they have learnt about in the PowerPoint.

Also included in this resource pack is a lesson plan with teacher instructions to help make implementing this resource in the classroom as simple as possible!

This resource has been designed to meet syllabus dot points from the Life Skills Textiles and Society area of study of the NSW NESA Textiles Technology syllabus, however it can be used with students across a range of learning levels.

Pack includes:

  • 1 x 8-slide Life Skills Textiles Used in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Cultures PowerPoint.
  • 1 x 4-page Life Skills Textiles Used in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Cultures worksheet (PDF).
  • Lesson plan with teacher instructions.

NSW NESA TEXTILES TECHNOLOGY 7-10 SYLLABUS (2019)

  • identify textiles used in Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander cultures, for example:
    • woven basket to carry food
    • Torres Strait Islander headdress
    • fish trap
    • possum skin cloak