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A Significant Indigenous Person
A Significant Indigenous Person
A Significant Indigenous Person
A Significant Indigenous Person
A Significant Indigenous Person
A Significant Indigenous Person
A Significant Indigenous Person
A Significant Indigenous Person
A Significant Indigenous Person
A Significant Indigenous Person
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A Significant Indigenous Person

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This is a presentation originally created for Blak History Month celebrations by Year 3 students at Samford State School, Brisbane, Australia (July 2009). For there assessment this term they are …

This is a presentation originally created for Blak History Month celebrations by Year 3 students at Samford State School, Brisbane, Australia (July 2009). For there assessment this term they are required to produced a powerpoint about a significant Indigenous Australian. This presentation about Ms Sam Cook, visual artist, book illustrator, theatre director, lecturer, models that assessment item. This presentation is accompanied by a second presentation outlining some hints & tips for students (what to do & what not to do) and is also available here at slideshare. More information & resources for Blak History Month is available at www.blacklines.com.au.

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  • 1. One way to prepare for such celebrations is to find out information about significant people & events. This semester wewill be producing a PowerPoint about a significant Indigenous Australian. Here is an example ….
  • 2. Sam CookAn energetic, talented and inspiring woman
    By
    LeesaWatego
  • 3. Some facts about Sam Cook
    Born in 1972
    From Kimberley Region, Western Australia
  • 4. An Illustrator
  • 5. Olympic Torchbearer
  • 6. NAIDOC Youth of the Year
  • 7. Visual Artist
    Feel, Hear, See, Dream.
  • 8. Theatre Director
  • 9. Founder of Australia’s
    Blak History Month
  • 10. I think Sam is an inspiration.
  • 11. References & Images Used
    Black & White Portrait Image of Sam Cook from http://www.publicenergy.ca/06-07/honouring_theatre/windmill.htm
    Images of “kissing” Sam, Artwork and newspaper cuttings from Sam Cook FacebookPage
    Map of Aboriginal Australia from http://www.yale.edu/gsp/colonial/aboriginal_australia_map.html

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