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Genie From Down Under - What's The Attraction?

Many of the activities in this unit need to be managed with sensitivity by the teacher as they deal with issues are very 'close to home' for young people.…

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Genie From Down Under - Where It's At

With these activities, students discuss the use of parody in story-telling, the role of sub-plots in a series and the use of the device of narrative knowledge.…

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Genie From Down Under - Wishing And Hoping

Students analyse the use of exposition, conflict and dialogue in storytelling. They write their observations of the characters and situation presented then analyse how they made these observations.…

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Genie From Down Under - Would I Lie To You?

Students explore the nature of lies, do a PMI activity about what the world might be like using Lennon's Imagine as the stimulus; create a slogan about truth and explore the concept of truth in media.…

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Girl From Tomorrow - Alana's Journey

Students explore the narrative structure, production elements and characters in the telemovie The Girl From Tomorrow…

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Girl From Tomorrow - Friends and Foes

Students explore issues arising from future technologies, friendships and good versus evil in The Girl From Tomorrow telemovie.…

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Girl From Tomorrow - Introduction To Genre

Students learn about different fiction genres in television, film and books, focusing on the codes and conventions of drama, SF and fantasy in the telemovie The Girl From Tomorrow.…

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Handball Heroes - Study Guide

Handball is a dynamic and fun game for everyone. We can learn so much from just one game!… The Handball Heroes Study Guide explores concepts such as heritage and culture, community and environment, movement skills and game principles, physical activity and safety, leadership and inclusivity, …

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Hoopla Doopla! - English & Chinese Language Resource

The Hoopla Doopla!: English & Chinese Language Resource has been developed in partnership with the Asia Education Foundation (AEF) for lower-primary (F-2) Chinese language teachers.… The resource features English and Mandarin language version episodes of the highly pop…

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Hoopla Doopla! Curriculum Resource

Lottie Dowling from the Asia Education Foundation introduces the engaging Hoopla Doopla! Curriculum Resource, and outlines it links to the Australian Curriculum. …

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House Gang - Study Kit

House Gang is a six episode comedy series about a group of people with an intellectual disability whose lives are imposed upon by their bankrupt landlord, Mike and his vitriolic teenage daughter Chloe. The series challenges the stereotypes of what constitutes disability. Together with the education…

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In Conversation with Paper Planes Director, Robert Connolly

The creator and director of the acclaimed film Paper Planes, Robert shared his experience of getting an Australian children’s film off the ground. He discussed coming up with the idea for the Paper Planes film, and answered real-time questions from our virtual audience.…

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