Teaching resources to stimulate classroom discussion.
Copyright, Creative Content, Making Movies, Online Piracy & more.

The curriculum linked resources on this site assist teachers and students to understand intellectual property and copyright – especially in the context of movies and TV – and promote academic integrity and good digital citizenship.

These are hot-button issues for educators. Digital disruption has transformed the way we access and disseminate information. Educators play a critical role in guiding students through the ever-changing digital landscape.

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Persuasive Language

For teachers wishing to assist students to prepare for the NAPLAN writing task. Includes a classroom-ready writing task, with marking criteria modelled on the NAPLAN rubric.

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Rabbit-proof Fence

An examination of sources to assist secondary students to assess the representation of history in films, reflect on opinions about the Stolen Generations and explore copyright.

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Copyright & Digital Citizenship

To develop Year 5-10 students’ understanding of good digital citizenship, copyright and the impact of content piracy. Includes a step-by-step guide to making a short film.


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Making Movies

For secondary students, a comprehensive insight into how films are made and the people who make them. Includes 16 short video interviews and a teaching plan.

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All our resources align with Australian and/or state curriculum outcomes. Use the subject menu below to find resources for your subject area.

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