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History | Australian National Identity| Tourism in America

Australian National Identity All countries have a national identity, a sense of who they are and how they are seen by others. National identities are usually created by the country itself, and may or may not resemble reality. It is difficult to say how an identity is created, some say it is based on cultures, traditions, language and politics. The national identity may also change over time. Tap on the attachment provided and open the VIEW ORIGINAL to tap on the links provided. Each picture will take you to an Australian commercial that was directed at persuading the American people to come and visit Australia. The first three commercials feature the iconic Australian comedian, Paul Hogan. He became famous in America when he made a movie called 'Crocodile Dundee'. The last commercial is from 2018 and was shown at the Superbowl and features Australian actor Chris Hemsworth. When you have watched all the videos. Tap add and using a the Venn diagram provided you will list what is the same and what has changed, using the commercials as evidence.

5th Grade, 4th Grade, 6th Grade, Social Studies, History
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