- Ash Road
- The Vanishings and Out of the Blue
- Beyond the Dusk
- Climb A Lonely Hill
- Gary Crew unit
- Patterson's Track
- the Silver Brumby
- The Boundary Riders
- Picnic At Hanging Rock
- The Bush Bandits
- They Found a Cave
- and A Little Fear
A big thank you to Dr Catriona Mills Senior researcher and Indexer at the QU School of Communications and Arts for doing such a fantastic job of creating the site which you can access at this address: https://www.austlit.edu.au/austlit/page/11563924
Blurb from the site:
Australian children's literature has always carried within itself a sense of how small a child is against the impenetrable wilderness, how the country is rich with hidden spaces, how the landscape can turn savage seemingly in an instant.Anthony Shaw has over thirty years' teaching experience, twenty three of those years as a teaching principal in small rural schools. Passionate in his support for rural education and state schools and a keen advocate for using classic fiction in the primary classroom, he has built these resources (and more) as a way of introducing learning activities that encourage creativity and curiosity.
Now, in keeping with his support for the heritage and diversity of classic Australian children's fiction, he has kindly offered a selection of his lesson plans to AustLit, so that we can offer them to you.
These lesson plans offer a range of exercises: puzzles, comprehension tests, story mapping, artworks, creative-writing tasks, and more.
Each is available in a convenient PDF that you can download and take straight into the classroom.
Click on the tile of your choice below for more information about the novel and to download the PDF lesson plans.