downunderonline.org provides Australian made educational resource material with an emphasis on Aboriginal and Colonial history.

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To provide easy to use black line masters for individualised learning.

Interesting stories for middle grade, YA and Adult.

Reviews of books selected by authors.

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Michael P Mardel

  • B.Ed., Graduate Diplomas Librarianship and Psychology
  • Certificate of Editing and Proofreading

a: 48 Grandview St., Glenroy VIC 3046
t: 0414 813 898
e: michaelmardel98@gmail.com

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  1. Helen Bush says:

    Hi Michael,
    I would love to introduce my school to your great resources. Is it possible to get the following e-books please?
    Peddling Wares to the goldfields
    Storyteller Walkabout
    Walkabout Greaming
    Computer Walkabout

    Thank you so much

    Helen Bush
    Teacher librarian
    Windang P.S.

  2. michael says:

    Thanks Helen, I hope you found them helpful.

  3. Marina Corthorn says:

    We are interested in the ebook for Peddling Wares to the goldfields. For my son Ben Corthorn Year 5 at Wahroonga Adventist School.
    Thanking you,
    Marina Corthorn

  4. Kay says:

    Hi Michael,

    I am interested in getting the Computer Walkabout ebook.


    Kay Borg

  5. Sundas says:

    Parenthetical Citation: (Act. Scene.line-line). If there is no Act or Scene, simply put l.25 for one line or ll.25-34 for srevael lines The parenthetical (2.3.32-42) goes after the end quotation marks. You put the period of the sentence after the parenthetical Use a back slash, spaced on both sides to separate lines from each other If what you are quoting contains uncommon punctuation, that punctuation belongs inside the quote, and you MUST add another punctuation mark at the end of the close parenthesis to close the sentence The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is truly a sad story, Prince puts it best in the last line of the play stating that “For never was a story of more woe / Than this of Juliet and her Romeo.” (5.3.334-335). Capulet expresses his rage in saying “Out thee baggage!” (5.3.26). When Shakespeare states in his Prologue to Romeo and Juliet “Two households, both alike in dignity / In fair Verona, where we lay our scene” (ll.1-2), he is…… REMEMBER THAT QUOTES THAT ARE LESS THAN 4 LINES LONG NEED TO BE INCORPORATED INTO THE TEXT!!!! 4 lines of typing!!! Not 4 lines of poetry in book!

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