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Crash Zone: Education Resources

This compiled PDF contains 7 teaching activities linked to the Crash Zone television series. Resource Description Students explore: the relationship between humans and cyborgs (human-like machines). What are the implications for ethics, politics and citizenship in contemporary societies. the construction processes through which televisual text communicates meaning, further developing their...
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Virtual Learning

Hardball Q&A Webinar

Australian primary students had the unique opportunity to be part of a live Q&A webinar with Hardball cast members: Semisi Cheekam (Mikey); Reannah Hamdan (Salwa); Logan Reberger (Jerry) and Erin Choy (Tiffany). Teachers, download the free Hardball Teaching Toolkit: https://actf.tv/HardballTT
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Hardball Series 2 Teaching Toolkit

The Hardball Series 2 Teaching Toolkit will support Year 3–6 teachers and students to engage with learning tasks for each Content Descriptor in the Australian Curriculum: Media Arts. In addition, General Capabilities in the Australian Curriculum are also addressed and specified under the respective content descriptor. The content descriptors are grouped in the 3-4 and 5-6 Bands; however,...
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Hardball Teaching Toolkit

Set across the backdrop of colourful Western Sydney, Hardball traverses the highs and lows of pre-teen life. Themes of family, multiculturalism, and resilience – along with ethical dilemmas, Jerry’s healthy respect for mathematics, and the problematic use of ICT by almost everyone – makes Hardball the perfect children’s series to explore the General Capabilities through. The Hardball...
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Hoopla Doopla! - English & Chinese Language Resource

The Hoopla Doopla!: English & Chinese Language Resource has been developed in partnership with the Asia Education Foundation (AEF) for lower-primary (F-2) Chinese language teachers. The resource features English and Mandarin language version episodes of the highly popular Hoopla Doopla! TV series - a unique show for 3-7 year olds where the characters physical action and comedy drive the story....
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Little Lunch App

Designed to engage classrooms with student focused learning that integrates new technologies, the app supports students to create, deliver and share their own Little Lunch inspired episode, using their tablet device.In Stage 1, users are guided through a series of steps that help them establish their story - Who is your main character? Take a picture of them. Who stars in your film? Add their...
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Little Lunch App: A Teacher's Guide

The Little Lunch App: A Teacher's Guide resource provides teachers with a PDF version of the Little Lunch App: A Teachers Guide iOS multi-touch book and a PowerPoint of the included presentation.The guide is designed to support the integration of the Little Lunch App and original Little Lunch children’s television series into teaching and learning practices. The book guides users through...
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MY:24 App

The MY:24 app allows users to create their own micro-documentary. It is inspired by the factual entertainment series MY:24 - a collection of stories from young people who have experienced one day that changed their life forever. The app enables young people to tell their own story by using a series of basic templates and the in-built capabilities of their Apple iOS mobile device (iPhone or...
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MY:24 App - Introducing Students to Documentary Filmmaking

Moneth Montemayor, media teacher from Indooroopilly State High School in Brisbane, used the MY:24 App to introduce her students to the codes and conventions of the documentary genre. In this video, Montemayor and her students discuss using the app as a guided introduction to documentary filmmaking.
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Paper Planes - Novel And Film Comparison

Through this unit of work, written by Wendy Bean, students examine the visual and printed texts of the Paper Planes (feature film and novel). The novel is based on the motion picture screenplay Paper Planes, and is written by Steve Worland. This unit of work explores a range of themes touched on in the novel and film including loss, relationships, connectedness, friendship, independence and...
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The Girl From Tomorrow Education Resources

Curriculum activities based on The Girl From Tomorrow that focus on narrative structure, production elements and characters. Students also about different fiction genres in television, film and books, focusing on the codes and conventions of drama, science fiction and fantasy.
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