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August 16th 2019
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Prepare for the Hardball Q&A Webinar with Free Support Materials

Primary teachers, would you like to give your students valuable experience in a moderated online learning environment? Our upcoming Hardball Q&A Webinar enables students to interview young actors directly while also learning about video conference etiquette.

Four cast members from the popular children’s series Hardball will be joining us in the ACTF offices on Friday 30 August for a live video conference, giving primary students across Australia the opportunity to interview the young actors directly. Along with learning about television production, acting, and themes from the series, students will gain first-hand experience interacting respectfully in an online learning environment.

Our free curriculum-mapped support materials provide teachers with suggested learning tasks for before, during and after the event, including:

  • Generating questions for the cast
  • Video conference etiquette
  • Sharing learning through written responses

Download the free webinar teaching resource below. For more information and to register, visit our Hardball Q&A Webinar event page.

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