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The Funny Ones Teaching Toolkit Study Guide

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In The Funny Ones, four girls with a passion for making people laugh are introduced to four of Australia’s funniest women. Together they turn ideas from their own lives into material for a show that has everyone in stitches.

The discussion starters and learning tasks suggested in The Funny Ones Teaching Toolkit provide additional ideas for Years 3 – 6 students to engage with the film. Tasks relate to collaboration, audiences, performance and feedback, with relevant curriculum links noted for Drama, English, Critical and Creative Thinking, and Personal and Social Capability.

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