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THE STORYTELLER is a multi-tiered Indigenous cultural educational resource that aims to "provide knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal people society and culture from a generic and First Nations standpoint perspective through alternative active learning pathways”.

THE STORYTELLER Glenn Shea

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THE STORYTELLER is a multi-tiered Indigenous cultural educational resource that aims to "provide knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal people society and culture from a generic and First Nations standpoint perspective through alternative active learning pathways”.

    CREATION

    CREATION

    Once upon a time, long ago in the time of Creation, our Creation ancestors formed the land and gave it life, and rituals to keep it living.

    They also gave us the law and rules to live by. Creation explains the origins of the universe, how nature works, and people too...

    • 2 min
    KOALA AND THE KANGAROO

    KOALA AND THE KANGAROO

    Once upon a time, long, long ago in the Creation, all Koalas had tails. Long ago was the worst drought ever known! Koala and Kangaroo were so thirsty, ‘I shall die of thirst’ said Koala, ‘I know and I’m bigger than you, so I need more’ said Roo. ‘The sky has forgotten to rain’ cried Koala. Well Roo got angry, ‘we should be ashamed to sit down and weep like children, even though we are allowed too, we are warriors! So, listen, in the hills, there is a dry riverbed’...

    • 2 min
    THE RAINBOW SERPENT

    THE RAINBOW SERPENT

    Once upon a time in the Creation, a group of men were out hunting Wallabies. It had been raining and the ground was soft making hard for them to run.

    The Wallabies, refreshed by the rain, were flighty and difficult to catch. The men came to a clump of trees near the edge of a small plain and decided to rest. There they sat around telling stories....

    • 3 min
    THE FIRST SUNRISE

    THE FIRST SUNRISE

    Once upon a time, long, long ago before creation, the earth was very dark. A grey blanket of clouds kept the light and the warmth out. It was very cold and very black.

    This great grey mass of cloud was so low the animals had to crawl around. The Emu hobbled; neck bent almost to the ground...

    • 4 min

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