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Viewing Teaching Resources
Winners & More Winners - Second Childhood B
Students examine the status of 'hero' and whether any negative consequences of a hero's actions diminish that status. They research a historical figure and re-assess that person's status in history.
Winners & More Winners - Standing Up For What You Believe
Students consider what is involved in standing up for your beliefs by examining the problems 14-year-old Will Barnes faces in being a conscientious objector during World War 1.
Winners & More Winners - Tarflowers
These activities stimulate discussion and thought about how filmmakers use a range of techniques to tell a story; about how people react to and relate with one another.
Winners & More Winners - The Big Wish
These activities explore narrative structure and the role and functions of various character types in narrative.
Winners & More Winners - The Journey
This program is ideal for teaching, at a simple and accessible level, the concept of symbolism.
Winners & More Winners - The Other Facts Of Life
These activities focus on the techniques of film-making and mise-en-scene. The Other Facts of Life raises issues about family relationships, friendships, values, individuality and independence.
Winners & More Winners - The Other Facts of Life: Part B
These activities focus on developing research skills through investigation of issues raised in the film and other issues of particular interest to the students.
Winners & More Winners - Top Kid
Students explore and evaluate the commercialism of quiz shows, ethical behaviour, family values and expectations, bullying. They examine the quiz show genre and visual cues used in film language.
Worst Best Friends - Food For Thought
Students explore how rituals, customs, traditions, celebrations and foods are similar and different across cultural groups and consider how living in a multicultural society enriches our lives.
Worst Best Friends - Friends Forever
Students explore issues about friendship, trust and loyalty. They share ideas about what friends are like, how they act, things they do and share with friends.
Worst Best Friends - Lending A Hand
Students explore the concept of civics and citizenship. What makes a good citizen? How we can work effectively together on group projects and actively contribute to our community.
Worst Best Friends - Me, Myself And I
Students explore identity, what makes each unique and events and factors that helped to shape us. They share ideas about what they like, what is important to them and what they would like to achieve.