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Ms Linda Blake

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Australian Aboriginal Languages-Wonnarua Animals: What bird is that?

1. Listen to the instructions to complete the worksheet. -Minyang puwan anang means: What bird is that? 2. Activity 1: Practice saying each of the Wonnarua words in the word list. 3. Activity 2: Using the Wonnarua words in the word list fill in the missing letters. 4. Activity 3: Read the sentences to a classmate. 5. Activity 4: Rewrite the sentences from activity 3. 6. Activity 5: Using the same format write the two sentences for each of the images.

8th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, World Languages
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**Print the example for teacher's notes and further instruction, then delete the example prior to assigning to students. Lesson prepared by Linda L'Green using source: A salvage grammar and wordlist of the language from the Hunter River and Lake Macquarie, Amanda Lissarrague. I would also like to acknowledge the past, present, and future Wonnarua people, Korreil Wonnai AECG - Cessnock & Kurri Kurri and Amanda Lissarrague for their support to return Australian Aboriginal Languages to our people.