Crowd-pleasing movies to keep your students entertained on those rainy days when you are stuck inside for recess and lunch. All movies are rated G so you can make a quick decision, safely.
La Niña is here! That means lots of rainy days coming up, keep your students entertained and educated with this crowd pleasing collection of shows perfect for an inside lunchtime.
From the news your friends share on Facebook to the personal dramas you see on reality TV, learn to critically evaluate the media with the help of ... the media. Behind the News, Social Media Me and other programs share advice on identifying trustworthy sources, identifying bias (and fakes) and making informed decisions about using social media.
Screen adaptations of books by author, actor and comedian David Walliams.
These videos address the following professional standards for teachers: standard 2 — Know the content and how to teach it; and focus area 2.5 — literacy and numeracy strategies. Observing best practice teaching with videos such as Mini Lessons and Reading@HomeTV, reflecting upon the concepts illustrated in the videos and using that knowledge to assist in the learning of your students now and in the future may count towards your teacher identified hours of professional learning.
Challenge your assumptions about the world we live in with stories set by the NSW Education Standards Authority for HSC. Please note, while these videos are recommended by the education department we suggest vetting them with respect to your school's film classification policy.
Delve into the world of literary greats and modern classics with movies recommended by the NSW Education Standards Authority for stage 5 English. Please note, while these videos are recommended by the education department we suggest vetting them with respect to your school's film classification policy.
Explore storytelling for stage 3 and 4 English with the diverse range of films and documentaries recommended by the NSW Education Standards Authority. Please note, while these videos are recommended by the education department we suggest vetting them with respect to your school's film classification policy.
From literary classics to cinematic favourites, these are some to the great films the Queensland Studies Authority recommends for English and film high school students. Please note, while these videos are recommended by the education department we suggest vetting them with respect to your school's film classification policy.
The cinematic world is full of amazing stories and these are some of SACE Board of South Australia's favourites. These texts are amongst South Australia and the Northern Territory's suggested texts for secondary English and media arts. Please note, while these videos are recommended by the education department we suggest vetting them with respect to your school's film classification policy.
26 episodes of My Place, with stories ranging from a time before European settlement to the early 21st Century, My Place tells the tales of children across the generations, all of whom have a knack of getting into some sort of trouble. Expose students to the way our society has changed from the days before colonisation to the multicultural Australia we know today.
A story a day or he just won't play! Join Bookaboo and his special guests in shared reading of some entertaining, funny and engaging stories. Younger learners will enjoy looking at the pictures and reading along with Bookaboo's celebrity friends.
A collection of stories read by prominent Aboriginal Australian authors and illustrators. Read these funny, poignant and engaging stories to younger learners then discuss the stories and pictures together. Questions and discussions points can be found in the story overviews.
Express your thoughts confidently with the ability to write stories, formal essays or even poems. Dive into this collection to get tips and tricks of becoming better writers.
Bring rhyme, narrative and character analysis into your classroom with The Gruffalo and other Julia Donaldson favourites. Compare classic stories and fractured fairy tales with Shrek and Ella Enchanted. Analyse and interpret texts with The Lost Thing and Charlotte's Web. And watch David Walliams' much loved books come to life on the screen.
Writing is an important skill we carry through life. From short stories to recipes, there are different types of writing required for various tasks at hand. But developing the ability to write starts early and as with most things, practice makes perfect.
Explore and share this collection with your senior students featuring films and plays related to the senior curriculum based on a wide range of cultural, social and gender perspective themes.
Is a movie director's vision more vivid than a child's imagination? Challenge your students to compare what they've read with what they've watched in these film adaptations of classic books for children.
Spark your younger students' imagination with this collection of stories helping students to become familiar with new words, sounds and ideas with the best storytellers on television.
The English language has evolved into far more than an integral communicative tool. Explore the power of words as a spotlight is shone on the next generation of wordsmiths.
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