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Animalia - Primary Teaching Resource

Alex and Zoe are two kids who find themselves in an extraordinary situation. After stumbling across a magical portal hidden in the town library they’re led to a parallel dimension, a sophisticated world called ANIMALIA. It’s a magical place dominated by talking animals.… The …

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Bushwhacked! - Exploring Australian Flora and Fauna

The Exploring Australian Flora and Fauna with Bushwhacked! unit of work was developed by Samantha Doggett (Teacher, Serpell Primary School)… “I have been working this term on the new program Bushwhacked! This has been a wonderful series that Grade 1 children have thoroughly en…

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Bushwhacked! - Series 1 Study Guide

Bushwhacked! can be enjoyed by a wide range of age groups, from middle-primary to middle-secondary, and is a valuable resource for a large range of curriculum areas, including English, Science, The Arts (Media), Humanities (Geography) and the cross-curriculum priorities of Aboriginal and Torres Str…

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Bushwhacked! - Series 2 Study Guide

In each episode of Bushwhacked! - Series 2 an important message about ecosystems is explored. The Bushwhacked! - Series 2 Study Guide harnesses those messages to inspire a greater awareness in students of Australia’s unique Indigenous people, their culture and their relationship with the land.

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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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Crash Zone - Cyber-citizens of the World Unite!

These lesson ideas explore the relationship between humans and cyborgs (human-like machines). What are the implications for ethics, politics and citizenship in contemporary societies.…

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Crash Zone - Lost Worlds Of The Crash Zone

With these activities students explore the construction processes through which televisual text communicates meaning, further developing their skills in reading, analysing and evaluating visual texts.…

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Crash Zone - The Games People Play

These activities explore technology processes through a focus on the design, construction and evaluation of games.…

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Crash Zone - The Robin Hood Factor: Creativity, Ethics And Piracy!

Many students think it is okay to copy other people's software programs and Internet pages. They are either oblivious to intellectual property laws or they don't know about them or don't care!…

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Crash Zone - What's In A Game?

These lesson ideas invite students to explore some of the ways of 'reading' computer games and interpreting their possible effects by examining storylines and other characteristics of selected games.…

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Crash Zone - Where In The World Is Cyberspace?

These activities explore concepts for investigating and communicating ideas about place and space, and natural and social systems, by comparing the geographies of real and virtual worlds.…

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Crash Zone - You Are The Dream Team!

Students work together as a focus group in market research by providing feedback to the ACTF on how well episodes represent problems and issues of human relationsips for young people of their own age.…

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