In 1918, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, the guns on the Western Front fell silent after more than four years of warfare. Delve in to the story of one Australian family and their experiences of the First World War. This program includes a writing task for students.
|Dates of delivery:||Please contact VirtualExcursions@awm.gov.au for more information.|
|Curriculum links:||Encompassing both the History and Civics and Citizenship key learning areas, students will explore various sources to uncover the story of an Australian family affected by the First World War. Why did family members enlist? How did they respond to the end of the war? Why is the Armistice still commemorated today?|
|Maximum number:||30 students/one class|
|Resources:||One blank postcard per student (template will be sent prior to the program) and a pencil.|