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Water, Science, Year 10
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have been living with water forms, such as groundwater, and using and managing the resources of these water bodies by observing laws and cultural protocols, some of which continue to be expressed in stories and songs transmitted over many generations as a means to maintain them.
Understanding plants and animals
Fire, Science, Year 6
The controlled application of fire by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people requires a deep knowledge of the environment, including vegetation communities, precipitation patterns, seasonal variability, weather and wind.
Water, Science, Year 4
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples understand the value of billabongs and utilise the life cycles of certain species of plants and animals that are part of billabong ecosystems. This knowledge and value has allowed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to survive in some of the harshest places on the continent.
Indigenous Astronomy and the Solar System
Astronomy, Science, Year 5
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people maintain detailed knowledge systems about objects in the Solar System, including the Sun, Moon, planets, comets, and meteors.
Interdependence in the environment
Fire, Science, Year 9
Within an ecosystem there are interdependent relationships between the species of that environment which are recognised and understood in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ecological knowledge and practices.
Astronomy, Science, Year 8
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people developed extensive knowledge about the world around them through observation, experimentation, experience, and deduction.