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Bushwhacked! - Education Package

Bushwhacked! follows Wiradjuri boy Kamil Ellis and Kayne Tremills as they traverse remote corners of Australia in search of weird and wonderful wildlife, Indigenous rites and rituals, and of course adrenalin-fuelled, dramatic missions.…

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Bushwhacked! - Series 3 Study Guide

Bushwhacked! is a unique nature television program now in its third series. This highly acclaimed documentary series appeals to children and teenagers from 5 to 14 years old. Highly dramatic and exciting, it is an example of how well-researched locations, excellent scr…

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Dance Academy - Arts Education

Dance Academy: Arts Education supports Middle Years educators with engaging classroom activities, designed to enhance students’ knowledge, skills and understanding of dance, as both an artist and audience.… The website features video clips and production materials from the award-wi…

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Dance Academy - Education Package

Fifteen year old Tara Webster has grown up on a farm in outback Australia and has dreamt of being a dancer ever since she was a little girl. When she makes it into the National Academy of Dance - the best school in the country - she is sure her life is about to be spectacular. What Tara doesn't rea…

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Dance Academy Cast and Producer Q&A Webinar

Dance Academy film Producer Joanna Werner and Cast member Alicia Banit are quizzed by Australian students on the challenges in taking the successful TV series to the big screen.… 02:52 - What inspired you to make the Dance Academy series? - Ned, Samuel, Joel, Dylan - Year 5 & 6 Norwood Pr…

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Dance Academy Movie Q&A Webinar (WA/NT Schools)

01:47 – What inspired you to create this TV show? Does it relate to your real life experiences? - Luca - Year 5 Melville Primary School (WA)… 03:43 – Alicia, are there any similarities between you and your character, Kat? - Olivia – Year 6 Dunsborough Primary School (WA)R…

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Multi-Literacy Resource - Reading & Viewing For Comprehension: Teaching Resource

In the 21st century, students are much more reliant on reading and viewing as a dynamic relational experience merging text and image (static and moving). The internet, mobile communication devices, electronic games and broadcast media bombard us everyday with texts and images, communicating and per…

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Multi-Literacy Resource - What's Fair?: Teachers' Guide

What’s Fair? is a cross curriculum resource designed to focus on a range of themes relevant to English, Studies of Society and Environment, and Health and Physical Education – Human Relations. It aims to support teachers in developing ethical inquiry as part of these curriculum areas. W…

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Multi-Literacy Resource - What's Fair?: Teaching Resource

What’s Fair? is a multimedia education resource that explores ethical issues with students aged 8-12.… This DVD anthology contains 13 digitised clips from the award winning ACTF series Round the Twist, Winners, Sky Trackers and Lift Off. The clips are rich …

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Round The Twist - A Fair Go

This lesson is the third of a set of three that use episode 6 of Round the Twist 3 as a means of examining film as text, developing visual literacy, and exploring a range of social issues.…

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Round The Twist - From Book To TV Show: Is It Twisted?

In this lesson students critically analyse the conversion of a storybook to film form and use tools including a venn diagram and text retrieval chart to analyse the process.…

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Round The Twist - Pink Bow Tie

Students explore the concepts of flash backs and flash forwards, running jokes and their purpose in film narrative. They also consider the relationship between story titles and the narrative.…

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