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Hardball Series 2 Teaching Toolkit Study Guide

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The Hardball Series 2 Teaching Toolkit will support Year 3–6 teachers and students to engage with learning tasks for each Content Descriptor in the Australian Curriculum: Media Arts. In addition, General Capabilities in the Australian Curriculum are also addressed and specified under the respective content descriptor. The content descriptors are grouped in the 3-4 and 5-6 Bands; however, these learning tasks can be used to support differentiation in the classroom and meet the specific learning needs of students across a range of abilities.

While not an exhaustive list, these learning tasks illustrate ways this engaging series can be used to teach the Australian Curriculum: Media Arts in the primary classroom. The activities are designed to support teachers to address the 5 Key Concepts of Media Arts: Technologies, Representations, Audiences, Institutions and Languages.


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