|UNIT TYPE AND TITLE||SUMMARY||ACTIVITY / TIME||A
Understanding rules about using and acknowledging others' work
Creating for a specified audience
Achieving creativity in society
Role of the media industry in Australian society
|What sort of Australia do you want?
||Students respond to questions about the type of creative world they want to live in.||Quiz
Time: 5-10 minutes
|Students consider some criteria for the type of society they want to grow up in. They can then start judging their own creative behaviour by the standards they have accepted.||Students consider some criteria for the type of society they want to grow up in. They can then start judging their own creative behaviour by the standards they have accepted.|
|'Is it all my own work?'
||Students discover what's legal and what's not in creating their own work and navigating the digital world.||Quiz
Time: 45-180 minutes depending on the approach taken
|Students test their knowledge and develop their understanding of legal and ethical standards that apply to their own creative and cultural activities.||Students test their knowledge and develop their understanding of legal and ethical standards that apply to their own creative and cultural activities.|
|Rabbit-Proof Fence – is it good history?
||It's moving and dramatic. It's about our culture and history. But does it present the facts of the Stolen Generations in a fair and accurate manner? Students have to consider arguments for and against its accuracy.||Analytical inquiry
Time: 15-90 minutes plus time to show the film
|Students learn about the choices and decisions that have gone into creating a film.|
|The power of persuasion – can you create an anti-piracy advertisement?
||Students have to create an effective anti-piracy advertisement that will influence the nominated audience.||Online interactive
Time: 30-60 minutes
|Students define an audience and determine the most effective communication elements to reach and influence that audience.|
|Creative challenge – can you create a documentary and complete the copyright requirements?
||Students create a documentary – but will only succeed if they can fulfil all the legal requirements of using others' intellectual property as part of their own creation.||Online interactive
Time: 30-60 minutes
|Students practise the skills needed to meet the legal requirements of using others' intellectual property in their own work.|
|Saving Follywood – can you create and sustain an economic community?
||Students identify how the film industry works in their society, and how to save it from ruin by the film pirates who are ripping it off.||Online interactive
Time: 20-45 minutes
|Students explore a case study to understand the creative roles that exist, and to explore how a particular industry has an impact on a society's economic functioning.|
|What do filmmakers think about film piracy?
||It's no surprise that they are against it – but why? Hear what they say.||Online film
|Students discuss the views of a number of people in the industry and the impact of illegal activities on it.|
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