Download Curated Clips from the ACTF Shop

Download Curated Clips from the ACTF Shop

As part of the ongoing digitisation of our extensive back catalogue, teaching resources that feature collated clips from children’s series are now available through the ACTF Shop.  These resources support teachers in introducing philosophical inquiries, persuasive texts, and more.

Chill Out!

Using short clips from classic ACTF series Lift Off, Chill Out! enables teachers to explore social issues and skills in the curriculum areas of English, Health and Physical Education, and HASS. This download includes clips and a PDF teaching resource.

 

I Think…

I Think… was developed to support teachers in introducing philosophical concepts in the classroom. It is principally designed for children aged 5 to 13 but is also applicable to an older group. Clips features the unscripted voices of 6-8 year olds discussing philosophical concepts and ideas. This download also includes a PDF teaching resource.

 

Persuasive Text

The Persuasive Text teacher resource is a rich source of educational materials and resources to support the teaching of persuasive text for Years 3-9. This download includes clips from a range of ACTF-supported productions, and a PDF teaching resource.

 

Reading & Viewing for Comprehension

This comprehension resource includes clips from various ACTF series, and teaching strategies and student activities for Years 3, 5, 7, and 9. It adopts a learning model based on:

  • Developing knowledge of reading and viewing genres
  • Utilising the readers’ prior knowledge
  • Discovering and exploring information about both text and image
  • Using context to assist recognition of words, images, symbols and meaning.

 

What’s Fair?

What’s Fair? is a cross-curricular resource that addresses themes relevant to English, Health and Physical Education, and HASS.

Incorporating clips from Winners and More Winners, the material is best suited to students in Years 5-8. It includes suggested activities, discussion questions, and teaching and assessment strategies.