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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 - On Loan

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These learning activities focus on cross cultural adoption particularly as it relates to victims of the Vietnam war. The activities explore family relationships, cultural ties and narrative structure.

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Winners & More Winners - On Loan B

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With these activities students explore multiculturalism and its effects on Australian life.

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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 - Quest Beyond Time

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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 be...

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Winners & More Winners - Room To Move

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These activities explore film language and issues to do with pressure, family ties, and friendship. Students debate, discuss and write about them.

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Winners & More Winners - Room To Move B

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Students to explore the role and importance of sport in the lives of Australians. Students engage in research and work collaboratively to write an argument about the role of sport in schools.

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Winners & More Winners - Second Childhood

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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 - 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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