'The Ngarrindjeri Peopleos am Aboriginal studies course which details the history, culture and life experiences of the Aboriginal groups who were the original inhabitants of the areas along the River Murray, Lakes and Coorong.'
'This course is important in that Ngarrindjeri people are now a significant part of the South Australian community. Ngarrindjeri country, chiefly the River Murray and Coorong, is now used extensively for both agricultural and recreational purposes and through this course students will learn to appreciate its historical cultural significance in addition to its value as a natural resource.'
'The Ngarrindjeri People is a part of the 8-12 Aboriginal studies program which has been developed to meet the needs of students, teachers and Aboriginal people.' (Source: page 7)
'A long time ago there lived an eagle call Wildu who had two nephews call Wakarla (the crows). Wildu was always telling the Wakarla what they could and could not do, and they did not like it...'
The following is part of an Adnyamathanaha story, told by Annie Coulthard in Flinders Ranges Dreaming by Dorothy Tunbridge
Includes: What the story teaches and student activities
'In the time long ago called Kardoorair when all the animals were men, a big rain began to fall. It fell for many nights until finally it covered all the country of the Munrinbata people called Darimun...'
'This is a story about two men who lived on the shores of Lake Alexandrina. They belonged to the Ngarrindjeri people. The two men set off in their bark canoe to go fishing on the lake. They travelled along on the calm, cool waters until they came to their favourite fishing place called Loveday Bay, where they always caught the best and most delicious bream fish. In their language, this fish is called thukeri.'