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Dust Echoes

Dust Echoes An excellent and interactive site for young students, teaching them many of the ancient stories of Australia in a fresh way. The site includes several games and lesson plans for five stories: "The Wagalak Sisters," "The Be," "Namorrodor," "Morning Star," and "Frog Story." Watching and
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Dust Echoes


An excellent and interactive site for young students, teaching them many of the ancient stories of Australia in a fresh way. The site includes several games and lesson plans for five stories: "The Wagalak Sisters," "The Be," "Namorrodor," "Morning Star," and "Frog Story." Watching and listening to these stories, students can gain insight into cultural diversity and how universal truths are transmitted in different cultures.

Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Deakin University

• Lesson Plans • Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• Middle School Elementary School

Nicholas Rosenfeldt

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