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  1. Your Cultural Identity
    What's your culture?  In this activity you will explore some of the cultural beliefs, habits, practices and attitudes that make you who you are.
    • Part A: Exploring your cultural iceberg
  2. Australian Identities
    What makes someone Australian?  In this activity you will consider some of the dimensions of Australian identities.
    • Part A: Shaping identity
    • Part B: Who is Australian?
    • Part C: Being Australian
  3. Living With Diversity
    Do you enjoy the diversity Australian society has to offer?  Explore your reactions to diversity in this activity.
    • Part A: Being different
    • Part B: Dealing with difference
  4. Australia Day
    Do you enjoy celebrating Australia Day?  In this activity you will focus on what this day means to different Australians.
    • Part A: A day with many meanings

Hamlet accepts Laertes' challenge to a duel.   Hamlet is pricked with Laertes sword, which is laced with poison. They take a break and the King urges Hamlet to drink from the poisoned cup.  Instead, Hamlet's mother takes the cup and drinks it.  Quickly thereafter, she dies.  Laertes tips Hamlet off as to why she died; he also lets Hamlet know he's a dead man because of the poisoned sword.  Hamlet forces the King to drink from the poisoned cup so that he dies too.  Then, as Hamlet dies, he forgives Laertes, tells Horatio to tell his tale, and dies.  Hamlet, the King and Queen, and Laertes are all poisoned in the last act.  It is understood that then Fortinbras comes in to pick up the pieces of the shattered kingdom

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