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ANZAC Day - Education Package

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The ACTF has a range of engaging educational content and support materials related to ANZAC Day. The episode “1918: Bertie” from My Place depicts one Australian boy’s life in the final days ...

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Winners & More Winners - His Master's Ghost

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These activities encourage students to think about and discuss writing techniques as they are applied in film.

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Winners & More Winners - Just Friends

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These activities enable students to explore a range of issues to do with relationships as they affect young teenagers. They also explore some elements of film language.

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Winners & More Winners - Mr. Edmund

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This film is useful for teaching how closed texts and open texts work. It encourages students to speculate on the characters' motives and behaviours and to produce their own interpretations.

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Winners & More Winners - Second Childhood B

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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.

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Winners & More Winners - Standing Up For What You Believe

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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 - Tarflowers

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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.

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Winners & More Winners - The Journey

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This program is ideal for teaching, at a simple and accessible level, the concept of symbolism.

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Winners & More Winners - Top Kid

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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.

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