Copyright and acknowledgments
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Although this publication is copyright ESA, it contains material from other sources which is not owned by ESA. The feature image for this unit used reproduced on the Unit home and Overview pages and in Sequence 4 is the image from the back cover of Fair Dinkum Histories: Grim Crims and Convicts by Jackie French and Peter Sheehan, Scholastic Press, a division of Scholastic Australia Pty Ltd 2005, reproduced with permission of Scholastic Australia Pty Ltd, text © Jackie French 2005, illustrations © Clop Pty Ltd 2005. In Sequence 1 the text for ‘The quality of our questioning’ is from Sandra Lynch and Gregory Leaney (2008) E:Update 003: Strategies for a Thinking Classroom, PETAA, Sydney, page 9, and has been reproduced with permssion. In Sequences 1, 5 and 6 the cover of Nanberry: Black Brother White by Jackie French, HarperCollins Publishers, Australia 2011 reproduced with permission of HarperCollins, © Jackie French 2011. In Sequence 6 extracts from Nanberry: Black Brother White by Jackie French, HarperCollins Publishers, Australia 2011 reproduced with permission of HarperCollins, © Jackie French 2011. In Sequence 2 the 1793 wash drawing by Juan Ravenet titled Convicts in New Holland, is public domain image, no copyright. In Sequence 3 Captain Arthur Philip, is sourced from Project Gutenberg and is a public domain image, no copyright. In Sequence 8 the image of an oil painting by Joseph Lycett (1775-1828) titled Corroboree at Newcastle, public domain image, source NSW State Library, no copyright. In Sequence 11 stills from My Place for Teachers website reproduced with permission of the Australian Children’s Television Foundation © Chapman Pictures Pty Ltd. Source for content descriptions in curriculum summary tables for units of work: Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA).