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This unit has been designed to deepen the students’ understanding of Australia. The students will use Atlases to locate Australia on a world map and discuss its position in relation to other places such as the equator. They will identify the different types of environments in Australia and will create a map with a key, which shows where these environments are. The students will be involved in researching information about one of the states of Australia identifying information such as cities, rivers, flag, emblems, natural and built features. The students will then use this information to write an information report on their chosen state. The students will then focus on built and natural features. They will choose one and write a description about it. The students will then conduct a survey to find out which is the most famous Australian feature. The students will then use their information report and description to create a tourist brochure. They will use this brochure as the basis of a talking and listening task where they will pretend to take a bus tour around their state. The students will choose a natural or built feature found in Australia and play a game of “tourist attractions”. The students will discuss ways of protecting our features so others can enjoy them.