Jesse learns the basics of scuba diving at his local pool before heading out into the ocean. What are some differences between snorkelling and scuba diving? Why is it important to get the equipment set up properly? What kind of creatures might you see in a coral reef in Australia?
Dujuan's teacher reads to the class about the arrival of Captain Cook from the 'Australia Book' (printed in 1952). Later, Dujuan notes that the history he learns from his culture is told in Aboriginal language, not English. Why is it important to look at history from multiple perspectives? What kind of message is sent to young Aboriginal people when they are only exposed to history at school written by English speaking, non Aboriginal Australians? Discuss the footage from the old newsreel, how d
Why is it important for Dujuan to visit Sandy Bore? What kind of education does he receive when he is at his Grandma's homeland? How could Dujuan's school support the education he receives from his Grandma and show recognition of the importance of this place for him? Why is it so important to Dujuan's Grandma that her language of Arrente is passed down to future generations?
The teacher is a little flustered and lacks confidence reading the dreaming story to Dujuan and his classmates. How could she improve in her delivery of this story? How could the students be more engaged during this story telling?
Dujuan's new school encourages the learning and speaking of local Aboriginal language. How can this help connections between children and their culture? What other benefits can arise from taking this approach to teaching?
Sally Sara catches up with photographer Devin Allen whose images of Baltimore riots ended up in Time Magazine in 2015 when protestors took to the streets after the death of Freddie Gray at the hands of police. How can visual images such as photographs highlight issues and inequality in the world? How has mobile phone technology and social media communication technology changed over the years from 2015 to 2020?
Phytoplankton photosynthesise to capture carbon and create oxygen. Are phytoplankton plants or animals? Why are they so important to the food chain? How do they travel? How much of the Earth's oxygen do phytoplankton produce?
How has the cassowary adapted to thrive in the tropical forest? How are they an integral part of the food chain and ecosystem?
Ancient plants can be found in this patch of the Daintree Rainforest. How is the forest part of the water cycle? How was this ancient patch initially discovered?
Naturalist Neil Hewett describes the symbiotic relationship between the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest. Why is DMS (dimethylsulfide) such an important climate gas?
Follow the journey of a juvenile clownfish from the kingdom of plankton to a coral reef. What predators endanger an anemone fish? What is the ideal habitat for an anemone fish? Is an anemone a plant or animal? How many species of sea anemone are there in the world? Why don't anemone fish get stung by the anemone tentacles?
Learn how the World Heritage listed Fraser Island came to be the largest sand island in the world. How do the sand dunes change on Fraser Island? Why is the microscopic fungi on the sand dunes important to the plants on Fraser Island? Why were thousands of trees logged many years ago on Fraser Island?
**Language warning** What are some examples of racism that Meyne Wyatt describes in this monologue? What is he referring to when he talks about 1967? What frustrations does Wyatt express about the roles he is offered as an actor? What does he mean by the expression 'silence is violence'?
Actor and writer Meyne Wyatt delivers a monologue from his play City of Gold, on Indigenous identity and the cost of being black in Australia, critiquing white privilige, the treatment of Adam Goodes, how he is treated on a daily basis, and how "silence is violence".
Thames river water treatment plant
Dr Gregoire tests out meal replacement shakes in lieu of regular food in his diet. How did the nutritional scientists measure the impact of the change in diet on Dr Gregoire's body? How long did the experiment go for? What were the findings from the experiment? How could the experiment be improved? Who might benefit from replacing some meals with a meal replacement shake?
Test your knowledge of Aboriginal art and culture in this clip from Faboriginal. Can you beat the contestants? This episode is all about family.
**Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following media resource may contain images and voices of people who have died.** This clip from The Australian Dream looks at the different ways Australians celebrate, reflect or mourn on January 26th. Adam Goodes spends time with the wider community at Yabun festival.
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