Apologise for your role in the removal of Aboriginal Children from their families 2. Construction[ edit ] Map of the original rabbit-proof fences in Western Australia. They eventually find the rabbit-proof fence, knowing they can follow it north to Jigalong.
However, when Annabelle was 3 years old, she was taken away once more, and Molly never saw her again. This fence plays an important role in this true story. Rabbit Proof Fence Walk started with a white-Australian woman of first-fleet heritage exploring her own role in reconciliation.
The girls walked km as they backtracked and walked in circles to cleverly evade trackers and police. It is a powerful story and people, both indigenous and non-indigenous, and from across generations have come together to gift their energy and skills to enable this walk to happen.
Forced to adapt to a strange new world. This webquest is designed to help you get into the shoes of three little Aboriginal girls who had to deal with a very similar situation. Neville soon figures out their strategy and sends Moodoo and Riggs after them. The director Phillip Noyce has achieved remarkable success in creating three good little performers and should be given full credit for his difficult task.
Plot[ edit ] Set intwo sisters, year-old Molly and 8-year-old Daisy, and their year-old cousin Gracie live in the Western Australian town of Jigalong.
The most unforgettable scene comes early in the film when the children are forcibly torn from their mothers. She managed to escape with one daughter, Annabelle, and once again, she walked the length of the fence back home. Being made fully aware of the impact of the governments policies on the Stolen Generations either do one of the following.
Camels were ideal for this as they could go for a long time without water, and it has been suggested[ by whom? During their time at the camp, Molly notices a rain cloud in the sky and infers that if she, Gracie and Daisy were to escape and go back to Jigalong on foot, the rain will cover their tracks, making them difficult to follow.
As a result of a class discussion five key questions were identified. They demonstrate the courage of women and their ability to achieve anything for their purpose and what they love, in this case, family and home. Molly also tells us of her own two daughters; she and they were taken from Jigalong back to Moore river.
You do not know what is happening, nor what is scariest: You are Molly a 14 year old Aboriginal girl at Moore River settlement homesick with your younger sister and cousin. An epic journey across an unforgiving landscape that will test their very will to survive. In the letter tell her about the Moore River, how you miss home and want to come back.
The information finds its way to an Aboriginal traveller who "helps" the girls. Neville had the power to relocate half-caste children from their families to educational centers to give the culture of the white man.
In class, you will watch a film "Follow a Rabbit-Proof Fence", where you will become more familiar with their personal story of growth, danger and courage. This thoughtful presentation is worth watching.
Can the girls survive? There are not many dramatic moments on their journey south. We liaised with the Traditional Owners of the land we passed through for their permission to do so.
Why did Nanna Fejo forgive the Aboriginal Stockman who tracked her down? We walked at the pace the girls walked, completing between km per day.
The fence was maintained at first by boundary riders riding bicycles and later by riders astride camels.Dec 25, · The most astonishing words in "Rabbit-Proof Fence" come right at the end, printed on the screen as a historical footnote. The policies depicted in the movie were enforced by the Australian government, we are told, until Aboriginal children of mixed race were taken by force from their mothers and raised in training schools that /5.
Apr 21, · Ms. Garimara’s novel, “Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence,” helped awaken Australians to the plight of the Aborigines and was made into a film. Feb 18, · Rabbit Proof Fence – Character Letters 19/2/ Past three lessons have been focused on issues surrounding the Stolen Generations.
On Wednesday 13 February students watched the National Apology by Mr. Rudd and Reply Dr Nelson. The following two lessons students watched Rabbit Proof Fence.
In this lesson students. 'Rabbit Proof Fence' movie directed by Phillip Noyce, Screenplay by Christine Olsen “ I know it’s a long way to go but it’s easy. We’ll find. The movie, Rabbit-Proof Fence (Noyce et al.
), is based upon the lives of three mixed-race Australian Indigenous girls who were taken from their.
Rabbit-Proof Fence is a Australian drama (directed by Phillip Noyce) film based on the book Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence by Doris Pilkington Garimara. It concerns the author's mother, and two other young mixed-race Aboriginal girls, who ran away from the Moore River Native Settlement, north of Perth, in order to return to their Aboriginal.Download