Gallipoli and the ANZACs secondary school resource

This education resource from the Department of Veterans' Affairs provides teachers and students with learning activities and information on the experiences of the ANZACs at Gallipoli in 1915, contextualising the involvement of the Turkish, British, French and other Allied forces in the campaign.  The resource aids students in discovering the main features of the campaign, including the landings of the ANZACs; the stories of soldiers and nurses involved; the roles of other allied nations; the experiences of families waiting at home; the evacuation; and the reasons why Gallipoli has been and continues to be commemorated as an event of national significance for Australians. The 120 page Teachers Guidebook of teaching activities is accomanpanied by a CD ROM with a copy of the ABC website Gallipoli, The First Day and ten interactive learning activities. A DVD contains two documentary films on Gallipoli from the series Australians at War Episode Two and December Films Revealing Gallipoli.