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Heywire: At home in the country

What is the best thing about living on a farm out in the countryside? What is the worst? How does where you live make you the person you are today? Listen to Jane Gould from Boort, finalist of the 2012 Heywire storytelling competition for young people, talk of the connectedness she feels to the land on which she lives.

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Can We Help?: Efficient speech: the process of language change

Wassup, bro?Well 'pparently I ain't speakin' right.Will thou ha' the truth on't?We often think that only young people speak in abbreviated forms, but the truth is people have been doing this since Anglo-Saxon times! In this clip discover with Professor Kate Burridge some words that belong to the 'zero plurals' group, why ...

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Heywire: Life-changing moments: from basketball to guitar

Sometimes devastating events have a silver lining. Brendon Reynolds's life changed completely after a major injury during a basketball game. Hear how as you listen to his Heywire audio story.<br /><br />Could you write or record a story about yourself and/or your community? The ABC's Heywire competition calls for stories ...

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Lowitja O'Donoghue, 1994: the Stolen Generations

This clip shows Lowitja O'Donoghue talking about her name and about being removed from her mother at the age of two, the youngest child in her family. She says that Lois, the name she went by when she was younger, was a biblical name that had been given to her by the missionaries after she was removed from her mother. As ...

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What grade are you in?

This collection of digital and printable resources introduces students to asking about and saying where they go to school and what grade they are in. It provides pronunciation drills followed by matching and write-in exercises that focus on using the vocabulary in basic sentences. It also includes a game to discover a secret ...

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Revision: school

This collection of digital and printable resources revises the vocabulary and language functions used in salutations and personal introductions, inclusive of name, age, place of residence and school grade. It provides exercises that require students to apply knowledge in both set conversations and their own, as well as ...

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How old are you?: family members

This collection of digital resources and printable worksheets introduces ways of asking about and saying your age, and the vocabulary for family members. It provides exercises and drills to develop pronunciation, recognition of meaning in predictable contexts, and some guided application of functions in independent scenarios. ...

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Where do you live?

This collection of digital and printable resources introduces ways of asking and saying where you live, and the names for some principal Italian cities. It begins with listening drills, which contain a song, and continues with simple comprehension exercises in basic contexts. Translations, solutions and vocabulary flashcards ...

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Revision: describe yourself and others

This collection of interactive and printable resources consolidates and revises the vocabulary and structures used to introduce and describe yourself and others: name, age, address, physical features, likes, dislikes, hobbies, school, family, friends and pets. It provides a variety of text types, and focuses on all macro ...

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Numbers 20-100

This is a collection of digital activities and printable worksheets that uses the Italian ordinal numbers 20 to 100 in a variety of contexts, such as expressing weights and distances (in kilograms and kilometres), ages, phone numbers and street addresses, and playing cultural games such as tombola. It provides drills for ...

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The Conversation - Aesthetics and beauty

A series of articles that examine historic and modern constructs of beauty. Articles include historic understanding of Greek beauty; if there is an “ideal body shape” for women; questions of beauty and blackness; body image; and the beauty of scientific theories such as general relativity. Articles are authored by recognised ...

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Revision: numbers 11-20, age, family

This collection of digital and printable resources revises numbers 11 to 20; the functions for how to ask and say your age; and the vocabulary for family members. It begins with drills to consolidate students' receptive skills (listening and reading) and continues with productive skills (writing and possibly speaking). ...

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Molto bene - app for iPad

The Molto Bene app provides over 60 interactive lessons based on real life situations (eg. meeting new people, dining out, shopping), and includes some of the most common words and phrases, with audio-visual support, and most common verb conjugations. It is divided in three categories, beginner, intermediate and advanced. ...

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Disability Rights, Inclusion and Sport

This is a unit of work about disability rights, inclusion and sport. It explores: the benefits of valuing diversity; the physical, mental and social benefits of physical activity; and how diversity and difference can be respected through sport. The resource includes: an introduction, a focus, six lessons, learning outcomes, ...

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Tackling racism in Australia

This is a unit of work about racism in the local community and in the world at large. It has four teaching and learning sequences that focus on: exploring and valuing diversity; identifying discrimination and harassment; using the law; analysing the impact of racism on individuals, families, friends and wider community; ...

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Everyone Everyday Program - Years 1 and 2

This resource is a unit of work about disability awareness with a focus on the concept of inclusion. It includes an introductory page for teachers and eight lesson plans. Each lesson has an overview, links to the Australian Curriculum, sequence of learning, activities and linked resources. Themes explored include: uniqueness, ...

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Everyone Everyday Program

This resource is a disability awareness program that focuses on the concept of inclusion. The aim of the program is to equip students with the knowledge, skills and confidence to take action to enhance the inclusion of people with disability, especially children, in everyday life. It includes an overview, teacher background ...

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Everyone Everyday Program - Foundation Year

This resource is a unit of work about disability awareness with a focus on the concept of inclusion. It includes an introductory page for teachers and five lesson plans. Each lesson has an overview, links to the Australian Curriculum, sequence of learning, activities and linked resources. Themes explored include: feelings, ...

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Everyone Everyday Program - Years 3 and 4

This resource is a unit of work about disability awareness with a focus on the concept of inclusion. It includes an introductory page for teachers and 13 lesson plans. Each lesson has an overview, links to the Australian Curriculum, sequence of learning, activities and linked resources. Themes explored include: being informed, ...

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Everyone Everyday Program - Years 5 and 6

This resource is a unit of work about disability awareness with a focus on the concept of inclusion. It includes an introductory page for teachers and nine lesson plans. Each lesson has an overview, links to the Australian Curriculum, sequence of learning, activities and linked resources. Themes explored include: inclusive ...