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Group membership: belonging

Meet a group of Australians and find out their backgrounds. Group them according to gender, languages spoken, jobs or transport used. Explore other ways to group the people. Describe how such groups can be a useful way to understand a community. Consider how some people may belong to more than one group or have characteristics ...

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Group membership: opinions and attitudes

Meet a group of Australians and find out about their backgrounds. Group them according to their interests, local and national concerns. Explore other ways to group the people. Describe how such groups can be a useful way to understand a community. Consider how some people may belong to more than one group or have characteristics ...

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Group membership: opinions and attitudes [ESL]

Meet a group of Australians and find out about their backgrounds. Group them according to their interests, local and national concerns. Explore other ways to group the people. Describe how such groups can be a useful way to understand a community. Consider how some people may belong to more than one group or have characteristics ...

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Compass - The Cardinal's Cousin, 2005: Coming out

This clip shows Monica Hingston, a former Catholic nun, describing her mother's reaction to her 'coming out' as a lesbian. While Monica felt her family would not reject her, the narrator points out that she most feared telling her mother. With some emotion, Monica relates how her mother, after initially saying 'you don't ...

Teacher resource

Strategies for teaching boys

A teacher uses a range of activities that support individual participation and that enables a productive learning environment. In a mathematics lesson on Number, he attempts to cater for different learning styles by using games and movement. He chooses to place the students into mixed-ability groups enabling them to learn ...