Changing Places: Migration to South Australia
- Ethical Understanding
- Humanites and Social Sciences
- Intercultural Understanding
Changing Places – Migration to South Australia
A visual history of migration to South Australia from the colony’s beginnings to the present day.
Changing Places - Migration to South Australia
AC9HS3K01 – causes and effects of changes to the local community, and how people who may be from diverse backgrounds have contributed to these changes
AC9HS5K01 – the economic, political and social causes of the establishment of British colonies in Australia after 1800
AC9HS5K02 – the impact of the development of British colonies in Australia on the lives of First Nations Australians, the colonists and convicts, and on the natural environment
AC9HS5K03 – the role of a significant individual or group, including First Nations Australians and those who migrated to Australia, in the development of events in an Australian colony
AC9HS6K02 – changes in Australia’s political system and to Australian citizenship after Federation and throughout the 20th century that impacted First Nations Australians, migrants, women and children
AC9HS6K03 – the motivation of people migrating to Australia since Federation and throughout the 20th century, their stories and effects on Australian society, including migrants from the Asia region
AC9HH9K01 – the causes and effects of European imperial expansion and the movement of peoples in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, and the different responses to colonisation and migration
AC9HH9K02 – the key social, cultural, economic and political changes and their significance in the development of Australian society during the period
AC9HH9K04 – significant events, ideas, people, groups and movements in the development of Australian society
AC9HH9K05 – continuities and changes and their effects on ways of life and living conditions, political and legal institutions, and cultural expression around the turn of the 20th century in Australian society
AC9HH9K06 – different experiences and perspectives of colonisers, settlers and First Nations Australians and the impact of these experiences on changes to Australian society’s ideas, beliefs and values
AC9HH9K07 – the development of Australian society in relation to other nations in the world by 1914, including the effects of ideas and movements of people
AC9HH10K08 – the causes of changes in perspectives, responses, beliefs and values on migration that have influenced Australian society since 1945
AC9HH10K18 – continuities and changes in perspectives, responses, beliefs and values that have influenced the Australian way of life
AC9HH10K19 – the effects of global influences on Australia’s changing identity as a nation and its international relationships
What do you think were the most pivotal moments in South Australia’s migration history?
How and why has migration to South Australia changed over time?
Governments have historically controlled and influenced migration. Is this still the case today?
Where to Next?
To learn more about migration to South Australia take a look at our resources and book a visit
Visiting the Migration Museum: a Guide for Teachers
For more video resources from Education at the History Trust of South Australia
The Province of South Australia – Founding Ideas and Documents
The First Dinner Given to The Aborigines 1838, Martha Berkeley – Critical Analysis