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Dance Academy - Arts Education

Dance Academy: Arts Education supports Middle Years educators with engaging classroom activities, designed to enhance students’ knowledge, skills and understanding of dance, as both an artist and audience.… The website features video clips and production materials from the award-wi…

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Lift Off! - Advertising

Students explore advertising in print and television including truth and fairness and emotive manipulation of the audience. They analyse the content and film language used to put the message across.…

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Lift Off! - Caring for Pets

These activities provide an interesting and thoughtful introduction to the study of pets and the role they play in the children's lives.…

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Lift Off! - I Think... Teaching Resource

I Think... is an interdisciplinary teaching resource which uses television to explore philosophical themes and philosophical inquiry in the classroom.… The DVD anthology contains 24 of the “Munch Kids” animated films from the ACTF’s award-winning Lift Off televisio…

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Lift Off! - It's About Time

These activities involve students in exploring the concept of time and how and why it is measured.…

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Little Lunch App: A Teacher's Guide

The Little Lunch: A Teacher's Guide resource provides Android tablet users with a PDF version of the Little Lunch: A Teachers Guide iOS multi-touch book and a PowerPoint of the included presentation.The book is designed to support the integration of the Little Lunch App and…

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My Place - Teachers' Guide

The My Place Teachers’ Guide (DVD-ROM) supports primary and lower secondary teachers using My Place series 1 and 2 in the classroom. It includes:… ... Two Decade Timelines that highlights significant events and people in 26 decades (2000s-1770s and Be…

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Nowhere Boys - Study Kit: Episodes 1-6

The Nowhere Boys Study Kit incorporates the press kit and study guide, created by Katy Marriner for the Australian Teachers of Media. The study guide has been written for upper primary and lower secondary students and provides information and suggestions for learning activities in English…

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Winners & More Winners - Quest Beyond Time

The film is useful for teaching about setting because it employs two different settings, the present in suburbia and the future in a rural setting. It can be used to demonstrate the relationship between setting and genre, setting and audiences' expectations, setting and mood.…

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Winners & More Winners - Second Childhood

Students analyse the film techniques in conveying the story, discuss the relative merits of the lives of selected historical figures, then research and debate the merits of some modern day inventions.…

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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.…

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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.…

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