This lesson plan has been adapted from the Water Corporation’s ‘Water in Aboriginal Culture’ learning resources.
About the lesson: Students examine an informative text about gnamma holes (rock water holes) and their importance to Aboriginal people.
Year Level: 5-6
Read with students the Derdibin Gnamma Storybook and consider the following questions:
If possible, invite an Aboriginal person from your local community to talk to your class about significant water places in your area, how people obtained water in the past and how Aboriginal people today contribute to looking after these water places.