Indigenous culture can be found around the globe, from the many Aboriginal groups present in Australia to the Inuit groups of North America and Masai tribes of Africa. Throughout this book, students will discover the similarities and differences in language, traditions and religion that exist between the world’s indigenous groups. They will also investigate the sustainability of indigenous practices and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
Australian Geographic presents a new curriculum-based geography series for grade 4-6, following in the successful steps of the AG Science and History series. These sturdy hardcover books comprehensively cover three main syllabus points for each grade with clear, detailed explanations and graphics. Each book also integrates with the cross-curriculum priorities of sustainability, Australia’s relationship with Asia and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.