A three part series made for pupils learning foreign languages, including French, Spanish and German, for the first time.
In episode three, a British boy in the UK links up with his German friends in Berlin via a laptop and tablet. Through the children's activities, including a visit to a war bunker and some catchy songs, KS2 pupils can improve their German and spot the similarities and differences between British and German life.
Shot entirely on location in Berlin, this programme explores the lives of children in the city.
It includes sequences of a guided tour of the city; cycling; the school day; cookery; a market stall and a junior football club.
Dynamic Italian learning drama from the BBC in which the viewer is one of the protagonists. Each episode presents clues as part of a mystery adventure through the Emilia Romagna region of Italy. Students build new skills and knowledge as they meet a cast of characters; uncover a family secret and some delicious regional specialities. In this episode, at a rural hotel, solving the next clue is an uphill battle.
Shot entirely on location in Valencia, this lively programme follows a group of children involved in a range of activities. It includes sequences about fruit picking; karting; the city of arts and sciences; a day at the beach and cultural traditions. It highlights key language points and has many touch points with other areas of the school curriculum.
Possum learns about weaving and helps get the table ready for a dinner guest. Sally shows Possum how to make place mats with paper. When the table is ready, everything looks good, but will Possum be the perfect waiter?
Sally's sink is full of little bubbles and she is doing the dishes. She decides it would be fun to make bubbles with Possum but he is sad today. Sally cheers Possum up, taking him on a hot-air balloon ride!
This program looks at just a few of the cooperatives that abound in orvieto, a restaurant, a cattle farm,a fishing cooperative, an architect's office, a tourist agency & a children's playgroup. We ask who did what,when, how
A revision progam in which we listen again to some of the people we met & spoke to in the last few programs. We also meet an elderly lady who makes beautiful lace & the young organist of orvieto cathedral.
Orvieto is one of the oldest cities in Italy, going back to early Etruscan times. The Etruscan burial sites at the base of the rock on which the city stands & the small collection in the Museo Faina are fascinating and revealing.
Wind has blown leaves all over the lawn. Sally uses her leaf blower to clean them up, but Possum jumps in the pile, sending leaves in every direction. Possum apologies and helps Sally clean up. Presented in Auslan and English.
The International Festival of Language and Culture (IFLC) is an annual celebration and showcase the range of linguistic talents and cultural diversity from around the world. This program features the highlights from the festival at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, organised by Sirius College and supported by Australian Intercultural Society. (Australia)
Dynamic Italian learning drama from the BBC in which the viewer is one of the protagonists. Each episode presents clues as part of a mystery adventure through the Emilia Romagna region of Italy. Students build new skills and knowledge as they meet a cast of characters; uncover a family secret and some delicious regional specialities.
Most orvieto wine is produced by small family concerns with traditions that go back generations. This program is about how the vineyards are cared for the grapes harvested & the wine produced, & how much wine the growers themselves drink in a day!
A final look at places visited & some of the people spoken to throughout the series. Also a trip via the 12th century town of baschi & the Tiber valley, to Todi, one of the loveliest medieval towns in Italy where they make reproduction antique furniture.
A tour through typical Etruscan country in southern Tuscany & northern Latium takes us to Sorano, Bolsena & Volsinii, & to Civita di Bagnoregio, a tiny cathedral town perched upon a continuously eroding rock.
For this program we visit an old people's home - a charitable institution which also owns a tobacco plantation. In the home the aim is to create a family atmosphere & to provide the care & attention old people need.
It is the Lantern Festival and Bop needs help to make the lanterns. If Zap helps Bop make lanterns then who will do his deliveries? If Mimi does deliveries who will make the dumplings? Soon everyone in town has traded places.
Sally is getting ready for a picnic with Jay and Possum. She needs to go to the shop first but needs to be fast to be ready for the picnic. Possum thinks Sally is slow going to the shop and that he'd be faster.
Sally is re-potting some of her bigger pot plants. Possum helps and they talk about the importance of trees. Then Sally gives Possum instructions on how to move plants into the ground that are too big for their pots. Presented in Auslan and English.
Sally is making a shopping list. When Possum drinks the last of Sally's milk he wonders where milk comes from. To find out, they watch as some real kids visit a dairy farm. Presented in Auslan and English.
It is important to know about different individuals that seek refuge in Australia and around the world. Watch this playlist to get an insight into the life of refugees. (ACHASSI099,ACDSEH146,VCHHK095,VCGGK124,VCHHK159).
Ramadan, the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, is a special time for Muslims. See how the community fasts from dawn and dines together come sunset with Behind the News and Compass. (ACHASSK065,VCHHK077)