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Next week

This article provides a review of the content that’s been covered throughout the week and also introduces what’s going to be covered next week.
Photograph of stained-glass window paying tribute to fallen soldiers.
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This week you learned about the experiences of Indigenous Australian soldiers who fought in World War 1.

Talking point

Within the Comments, consider sharing with other learners your thoughts on the week. You may wish to talk about:

  • areas of the course that are of most interest to you

  • any difficulties you might be having with the course content

  • other stories that you have come across that might be of interest to other learners.

Don’t forget to contribute to the discussion by working your way through the comments by other learners, making sure you provide constructive feedback and commentary.

Check your progress

As you work through the course, you might like to check your progress. You can do this by selecting Progress located in the banner area of FutureLearn.

Progress describes the number of steps you’ve completed and if relevant, the number of tests you need to submit to complete the course.

Once you’ve shared your thoughts with other learners you can check your progress and then continue to Week 4 War wounds.

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