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Christmas in Australia! Learn Australian History, Culture, & Christmas Tradition
We'll take a virtual trip to Australia to learn about Australian history, geography, culture, and Christmas traditions.
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This month I am running a series of one-time classes where your kids can join me on a virtual trip -- and in this class we’re going on a virtual trip to Australia. We’re going to discover some of the history and customs and traditions Australians have around the Christmas holiday. For those of us in the Northern Hemisphere who are used to Christmas Carols about being in the snow and jingle bells and drinking hot cocoa, it may be kind of hard to get our mind around a hot, summer Christmas....
This is a one-time class similar in structure to my Journey Around the World Social Studies Class. Students will develop a good understanding of global geography, historic trade routes, political ties and colonization. Why is Spanish predominantly spoken in Central America? Because it was colonized by Spain. Why is Portuguese spoken in Brazil? Same answer. French in Morocco? That's an interesting one... This is a true social studies course in how it is interdisciplinary. We cover geography, history, culture, religion, political structures, natural wonders and wildlife, foods. What would you want to do if you went to Rio de Janeiro or Tokyo or the Gobi Desert? These will be the things we talk about as we go to those places. Over time, the kids will be exposed to lots of different cultures, religions, political structures. They'll have a sense for where these places are in the world. They'll learn tips and clues for finding different places on a map. In this class, we will focus on on Australia, specifically a holiday trip to Australia, with some discussion of Australia's neighbors in Oceana.
We live in a big and fascinating world and one of my goals with my classes is to help kids develop an interest and appreciation for the world around them and different cultures. My classes draw from my own experiences as a world traveler. I've visited and lived abroad in seventeen countries. Much of what we do in my classes is the same type of research I would do on a destination before I would travel to that country. I'm also the former deputy director of the historic home of President Ronald Reagan and in 2010 was a candidate for United States Congress.
Students will be provided with a field guide with highlights from our virtual trip and parents with questions to ask their kids to continue the conversation.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
World Traveler & Fun Dad
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
611 total reviews
237 completed classes
Hi, I'm Clark and I teach social studies and history classes, and help introduce learners to some of the great ideas and heroes of history and some of the greatest stories ever told. We live in a big and fascinating world and one of my goals with...