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Curriculum Library 2014

Educational videos for Secondary Schools

English


Welcome to the English section of the Curriculum Library catalogue The following pages detail the English programs in the Curriculum Library. You’ll find everything from old favourites to exciting titles coming soon. We’ve included extra information such as Australian Curriculum links and term update info. We hope that your school will enjoy the significant advancement in quality of our latest programs. Each new release now aligns to the Australian Curriculum, with an age level to suit the intended year group audience. All are HD 1080p quality, equipped with lesson-enhancing additional resources and closed captions. We’ve taken a lot of care to ensure we meet the biggest educational resource needs of Australian schools. Some of our new series include exclusive teaching resources that equip teachers with the perfect match of visual material for their lesson requirements. The Curriculum Library constantly evolves thanks to new content updates every term. Look out for exclusive titles coming soon over the next 12 months. Many thanks,

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What else is in the Curriculum Library?

Catalogue Key

Titles per subject Arts

39

Physical Education

89 29

Careers

101

Psychology

Economics and Business

111

Religion

7

64

Science

365

English Geography History Languages

109 82 5

Society and Culture

53

Study Skills

15

Teacher Professional Dev.

27

Legal Studies

32

Technologies

Mathematics

44

VET

139

Total

Personal Dev. and Health

New titles available every term

267 49 1627

Mapped to the Australian Curriculum

Term Update T414 indicates that the title was included in the Term 4 2014 update AR - Additional Resources Student activities and support notes to assist teachers Australian Curriculum Curriculum code as per ACARA

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Video quality up to 1080p


English ClickView’s picks

Animal Farm

Punctuation Explained

Elements of Narratives

This program analyses Orwell’s popular classic, “Animal Farm”. The first clip examines the context and background, including the Russian Revolution. The second clip describes who the characters symbolise. The third clip examines the theme of propaganda, and the final clip examines Orwell’s writing style.

Apostrophes and Quotation Marks

This program takes an in-depth look at the structure and components of narrative writing, which can take many forms such as a novel, short story, film or a narrative. However, it will always include character, plot, setting and themes.

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2014 | 26 min | Australia | AR | T314

2010 | 18 min | Australia | AR | T410

2011 | 19 min | Australia | AR | T112

The ‘Punctuation Explained’ series is a fun and light-hearted overview of how to correctly use punctuation. We explore reasons for the continuing importance of learning to master punctuation, examine common punctuation errors and pitfalls, and the reasons why punctuation remains a necessary part of English language.

Coming Soon Of Mice and Men

Writing Narratives

This program analyses the context, characters, themes and writing style of Steinbeck’s popular classic. It examines the economic and social landscape of America in the 1930s, presents an insight into how the characters are shaped by their circumstances, and explores the theme of strength and weakness.

This program explores common areas that pose challenges for inexperienced writers and presents tips to create well-written and engaging stories. From tips on how to hook the reader to creating a successful ending, it will motivate viewers to overcome the blocks they face along the way.

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2014 | 24 min | Australia | AR | T314

2011 | 18 min | Australia | AR | T112 3

Evolution of English


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Analysing the Stories Inside a Newspaper

This program uses interviews with leading journalists and editors to address topics such as the use of language, an article’s purpose, sources of information and the intended audience.

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1991 AUS

Animal Farm

This program analyses Orwell’s popular classic, “Animal Farm”. The first clip examines the context and background, including the Russian Revolution. The second clip describes who the characters symbolise. The third clip examines the theme of propaganda, and the final clip examines Orwell’s writing style.

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2014 AUS

Before the Play Series

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This program discusses the fundamental issues in preparing and delivering a good debate, including preparation, rebuttal, definitional terms and adjudication.

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Advanced Debating Skills

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This series provides an in-depth analysis of two of Shakespeare’s most highly acclaimed plays: “Romeo and Juliet” and “Macbeth”. Young Monash University academics Kim Edwards and Erica Hateley provide a detailed analysis of the texts by covering characters, setting, themes, plot, structure and imagery. This series includes the following titles: Macbeth

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ACELT1634 and more…

2004 AUS

Romeo and Juliet

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ACELT1622 and more…

2004 AUS

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2006 AUS

Blogging: Serious Media or Just a Rant?

This program will inform students about the emergence of blogs, look at their associated negatives and positives, and debate whether they are an opportunity for the alternative voice or just uncensored rants.

T107

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Bobo Dolls and Copy Cats

This program looks at important contemporary studies on screen violence.

T205

18

Debating Skills

This program is a step-by-step guide on the structure of a debate, featuring tips and tricks by the proposition and opposition. It is a useful introduction for students preparing for a debate. It is divided into two parts – the first part presents a sample debate and the second part presents debating skills.

T305

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1990 AUS

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2002 AUS

Effective Essay Writing for Junior Secondary Students

The program examines the preparation, planning, writing and review stages of essay writing.

T404

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Effective Essay Writing for Senior Secondary Students

The program takes students through the process of essay writing from preparation and planning, through structure, fluency and style to a decisive conclusion.

T404

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Elements of Narratives

This program takes an in-depth look at the structure and components of narrative writing, which can take many forms such as a novel, short story, film or a narrative, and the ever present elements of character, plot, setting and themes.

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2002 AUS

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2011 AUS


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Exploring Text Types

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Exploring Genres

This program helps students understand genre and its different components. It examines why writers choose different genres, considering audience and purpose. It also analyses the components of each genre, taking into account setting, characters, style and storyline.

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Essay Writing Techniques

This program identifies and breaks down the different factors that are important in constructing a well-written essay – identifying the question, conducting relevant research, laying out a plan and writing a first draft before the actual final piece. These steps are demonstrated for various types of essays.

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1990 AUS

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1999 AUS

Through engaging stories about Pip, an impulsive and feisty 13 year old, this Australian made, curriculum-fit series explores informative and persuasive writing using everyday scenarios to explain the importance of principles such as appealing to emotions to persuade and using technical language to inform. This series includes the following titles:

Exploring the Text

Information Report Writing Skills

T113

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ACELA1531 and more…

2009 AUS

The Art of Persuasive Writing

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2009 AUS

This series takes a talk show style approach to examine two novels. “Looking for Alibrandi” provides the information necessary to write analytical/expository essays, and “To Kill a Mockingbird” looks at how the novel has achieved its status and how we can approach the text for a more satisfying analysis and reading. This series includes the following titles: Looking for Alibrandi

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ACELT1636 and more…

2006 AUS

To Kill a Mockingbird

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ACELY1749 and more…

2005 AUS

Fairy Tale Narrative and Structure

This program presents the tale of “Hansel and Gretel”, followed by an analysis of the narrative structure, in terms of orientation, complication, sequence of events, resolution and theme.

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2001 AUS

Fairy Tale Text and Motif: Hansel and Gretel

Often seen as escapist and simplistic, fairy tales have always struck a chord with younger audiences. This film portrays the story of Hansel and Gretel, followed by a detailed commentary, analysis and discussion that place the fairy tale in a historical context.

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2001 AUS

Genres: An Introduction

This program introduces the basic genres and shows how genres provide contexts for characters in fiction. Through vignettes, it illustrates the various tools for identifying a genre, and discusses genre as a critical concept to analysing film and music.

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2001 AUS

Great Public Speaking - An Audience in the Palm of Your Hand

This program provides a sound basis for being an excellent public speaker by analysing examples from classics such as Martin Luther King Jr. and Winston Churchill and also contemporary figures. It delves into case studies in corporate, social and school settings, and investigates content, delivery and the speech.

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2004 AUS

Hamlet: Film and Stage Scenes

This program presents how a stage director and a film director have interpreted and directed Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” differently, but both to a great effect. The scenes are played out in full so that students can easily draw comparisons.

T305

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2001 AUS

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Hot Off the Press - Inside a Daily Newspaper

This program will provide students with an understanding of the running of a newspaper, industry terminology and the different sections that make up a newspaper.

T305

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2005 AUS

How to Make Digital Stories

A digital story is a form of media that allows students to share their creative writing in a way that can be expressed through audio files, digital photos and imagery. Creating a digital story is one of the ways in which technology is reshaping the way students learn and relate to each other.

T108

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2008 AUS

Images and Meaning Analysing Visual Text in Newspapers

Students learn how to analyse the non-print text of newspaper; images, photography, cartoons and graphic design.

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30

ACELY1756

1997 AUS

Investigating an Issue

How does the media use written, spoken and visual information to persuade the reader? This program discusses language styles, editorials and letters to the editor.

T205

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ACELA1565

1999 AUS

T205

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ACELY1735 ACELY1745

1999 AUS

James Moloney: Writing from Award-winning children’s and young adult’s author James Moloney talks about the craft of writing. He also discusses some of the Experience themes in his work: violence, race relations and discrimination.

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Hamlet: Stage Scenes

This program shows two versions of key scenes from “Hamlet” being performed by Damien Ryan and Bernadette Millar, as directed by Shakespeare scholar David Ritchie. The key scenes featured are Act III Scene I and Act III Scene IV, where Ritchie presents a standard version as well as an adventurous interpretation.

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2001 AUS

John Marsden: Writing the War

This program gives invaluable insights into John Marsden and his work, while learning creative writing techniques and gaining an understanding of the writing process.

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Media: Propaganda and Advertising

This program is a simple and useful introduction to the power of media, propaganda and advertising. Using selected excerpts from war propaganda and advertising, this video discusses popularism, counter advertising and nationalism. The examples include British, German and American war propaganda from World War I.

T305

20

ACELA1572

1984 AUS

Moving Pictures as Text - An Introduction to the Language of Film and TV

This program introduces the notion of visual literacy, and the vocabulary and grammar of film and television by utilising clips from film and television.

T105

20

ACELA1560 ACELA1572

1997 AUS

Narrative Structures: Narrative Writing - Part 1: Strategies for Telling

This program explores the necessary ingredients in writing better pieces of narrative fiction. It investigates the concept of narrative, the difference between a story and a plot, the concept of setting, describing characters, thematic concerns, and the three-act structure.

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2002 AUS

Of Mice and Men

This program analyses the context, characters, themes and writing style of Steinbeck’s popular classic. It examines the economic and social landscape of America in the 1930s, presents an insight into how the characters are shaped by their circumstances, and explores the theme of strength and weakness.

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ACELT1633 ACELT1636 ACELY1745 ACELT1642 ACELT1812 and more…

2014 AUS

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T314

1998 AUS


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Persuasive Language

This informative dramatisation aims to help students recognise the various persuasion techniques used in the media and everyday life. It covers how the audience is manipulated through the use of persuasive language, persuasion techniques, and using language techniques to persuade when speaking and writing.

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1999 AUS

Picking Poetry Apart: Theme, Context and Form

This program focuses on three main areas of poetic analysis: theme, context and form. While it does not attempt to provide a comprehensive description of each area, it provides key definitions and illustrates them with a wide variety of poetry from centuries old material and classics to modern verse.

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2002 AUS

Poetry: It’s Crunch Time

This program aims to establish that poetry is all around us, from the earliest rhymes we learn to the jingles that we can all recite. The various components of poetry are identified, including rhythm, rhyme, repetition and a range of other poetic devices.

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2002 AUS

Punctuation Explained

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This program attempts to define the nature of Othello’s tragedy while studying the various character relationships and the situation for women in the play.

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Othello - New Perspectives

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‘The Punctuation Explained’ series is a fun and light-hearted overview of how to correctly use punctuation. We explore reasons for the continuing importance of learning to master punctuation, examine common punctuation errors and pitfalls, and the reasons why punctuation remains a necessary part of English language. ATOM Awards 2010 Finalist This series includes the following titles: Apostrophes and Quotation Marks

T410

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ACELA1532

2010 AUS

Capitals, Commas, Full Stops, Question and Exclamation Marks

T410

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2010 AUS

Colons, Semicolons, Brackets, Dots and Dashes

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ACELA1532 and more…

2010 AUS

Reporting the News - The Journalistic Process

This program explores the journalistic process, defining the distinction between news and opinion, and describes the ways an issue may be covered by the media.

T205

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Satire: Laughter With Knives

This program takes a satirical look at satire. The bureaucratic “Satire Licensing Clerk” takes us through an understanding of what satire is, using the analogy of “laughter with knives”. The sketches provide an understanding of context, purpose, irony, sarcasm, ridicule, exaggeration, caricature and parody.

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Scripting for Film: A Case Study Approach

This video presents insights into the short film, “The Unique Oneness of Christian Savage”, written and directed by Jennifer Ussi. It examines different elements of the writing process and the development of the script. This program emphasises the need for a strong script and the importance of the story.

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Shakespeare: Breathing Life Into Text

This program looks at how different interpretations of Shakespeare’s texts bring different meanings to scenes. It is an indepth look at two crucial scenes in “Hamlet”, and how the choices made by actors can vastly change the meaning and implications of these important scenes.

T305

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Shakespeare: King Lear

Family, Politics and the State. This program looks at “King Lear” from a modern feminist point of view, and opens discussions about the gender roles in Shakespeare’s text. It juxtaposes the text as performed, against specially written scenes to illustrate the issues of family from a character perspective.

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1998 AUS

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Shakespeare: Othello Performances

This is a companion video to “Major Themes in Othello”, showing the actual performances of the four scene sections to explore how the themes work.

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2003 AUS

Shakespeare: Othello Portrayal of Evil

This program is a useful starting point for studying the theme of evil in “Othello”. Inter-cut with exciting footage from a screen dramatisation of “Othello”, it features various authorities discussing Shakespeare’s choice of language, character and theme.

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2003 AUS

The Basic English Series

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Shakespeare: Major Themes in Othello - Four Key Sections

“Othello” is not only one of Shakespeare’s greatest works. It is also a text laden with meaning and themes. The video looks at the various themes of love and jealousy, proof and judgment, as well as the symbolism in the handkerchief. By playing through four key sections of the play, the video shows how the themes work.

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An analysis of the dots and squiggles that confuse students: apostrophes, commas, full-stops, question marks and the exclamation mark. The series then moves to an explanation of sentences and paragraphs by featuring celebrated children’s writer, Margaret Clark. Funny, highly informative and definitely not boring! This series includes the following titles: Punctuation

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1998 AUS

Sentences and Paragraphs

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ACELA1532 ACELA1809

1997 AUS

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2006 AUS

The Changing Face of Media in Australia

This program informs students about the ubiquitous nature of the media and its influence in Australian society. Students will gain an understanding of how the media really works, media ownership, the role of the ABC, and the relationship between the media and politicians.

T306

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The Construction of Meaning in Film

Film language relies on sound and vision to tell its story. This program looks at how meaning is constructed in film by looking at behind the scenes footage of Jennifer Ussi’s short film, “The Unique Oneness of Christian Savage”.

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2004 AUS

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1999 AUS

The Language of Film and TV

Using a playful narrative structure, this program outlines the most common stylistic techniques of film language used to communicate with the viewer.

The Writing Process

This program explores the creative influences and complex process of writing for young people. It features four leading Australian writers: John Marsden, Libby Hathorn, David Metzenthen and James Moloney.

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Tiddalik the Frog - An Aboriginal Puppet Tale

In this program, Aboriginal playwright and actor, Bob Maza presents the story of Tiddalik the Frog using stick puppets made from materials available in most classrooms.

T305

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Understanding Shakespeare Series

T105

2000 AUS

1985 AUS

This series explores Shakespearean comedy and tragedy, and discusses their features. It covers the wit and social satire of comedy; and examines the hero, his responsibility for his own fate, and his response to social and personal pressures. This series includes the following titles: Shakespearean Comedy

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VEA ESL GUIDES

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2000 AUS

The demand for English as a Second Language (ESL) learning in Australia is becoming more significant each year. This comprehensive series looks at a number of critical aspects of ESL education such as identity, feelings, values, annoyances, hobbies and predictions. This series includes the following titles:

Writing Narratives

Annoyances and Complaints

T406

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2006 AUS

Hobbies and Interests

T107

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2006 AUS

Identity and Change

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2006 AUS

Identity and Feelings

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2006 AUS

Identity and Values

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2006 AUS

Predictions

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2006 AUS

This program explores common areas that pose challenges for inexperienced writers and presents tips to create a well-written and engaging story. From tips on how to hook the reader to creating a successful ending, it will motivate viewers to overcome the blocks they face along the way.

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2011 AUS


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English Curriculum Library 2014  

The following pages detail the English programs in the Curriculum Library. You’ll find everything from old favourites to exciting titles com...