Year 9 History Incursion

On Monday, Year 9 students participated in a World War Living History workshop to bring to life aspects of their current unit of study, Australians at War (1914-1945).

In the first session, students learned about the experience of Trench Warfare in World War I. The second session was about Jungle Warfare during the Kokoda Campaign in World War II.

Students had the opportunity to pass around artefacts, ask questions, and interact with each other during points of discussion. The students enjoyed the incursion and the opportunity to handle real artefacts while hearing stories and historical information about Australians’ experiences at War.

Matthew Miller | History Teacher

A. Gaitanis
P. Khoury-Harb
A. Lemme
M. Ticic

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