About Operation CLICK
Operation CLICK: Anzac to Kokoda is a classroom resource which draws on and encourages the use of the following Veterans’ Affairs websites:
The resource book and CD-ROM package contains lessons that can be used in many contexts in History and Studies of Society and Environment (SOSE) classrooms. They were written by experienced history teachers with three aims in mind:
- to provide both beginning and experienced teachers with lessons using the two websites as core resources
- to invite teachers to explore more effective ways of encouraging their students to incorporate ICT skills into their classroom learning activities
- to provide exciting and original lessons that will encourage young Australians to learn more about Australia’s wartime heritage through the stories and images provided on the two websites.
About the resource book
The resource book is a teachers’ guide which contains a range of teaching and learning activities aimed at upper primary, lower secondary and middle secondary school students throughout Australia. The activities are complemented by background historical information, a teaching context and purpose, key terms and an ICT skills check list.
About the CD-ROM – provided here as downloadable files
The CD-ROM contains all the work sheets and support materials that accompany the activities suggested in the book. It also includes a static copy of each of the websites for use in situations where online access is not available.
For further information, or to provide feedback, about the Operation CLICK education resource or other wartime history education resources produced by the Department of Veterans' Affairs, please contact the Commemorations Officer in your State Office of the Department on 133 254 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Purchasing Operation CLICK
Copies of Operation CLICK can be purchased from the Australian War Memorial at a cost of $31.95. Please contact the Memorial's eSales unit on:
Phone 02 6243 4578
Fax 02 6243 4469