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The Australian Curriculum, Implementation and Aligned Resources

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3 March 2014 Dr Phil Lambert, General Manager of the Australian Curriculum at ACARA, discusses the Australian Curriculum, implementation, and aligned resources. Dr Lambert has extensive experience...

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What's Fair?: Teachers' Guide

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What’s Fair? is a cross curriculum resource designed to focus on a range of themes relevant to English, Studies of Society and Environment, and Health and Physical Education – Human Relations. ...

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What's Fair?: Teaching Resource

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What’s Fair? is a multimedia education resource that explores ethical issues with students aged 8-12. This DVD anthology contains 13 digitised clips from the award winning ACTF series Round th...

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Winners & More Winners - Paper Boy

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These activities focus on narrative structure and design elements in film production. They also explore political concepts and family relationships.

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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 - The Other Facts of Life: Part B

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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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Worst Best Friends - Lending A Hand

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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.

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Woven Threads: Stories from Afar Teaching Toolkit

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Woven Threads: Stories from Afar is an 8 x 4-minute series which presents varied refugee stories through beautiful and powerful animations. The emotive storytelling compels us to remember our share...

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