January 2007
Screen Education;2007, Issue 45, p66
The article presents various teaching resources that can be of help to primary and middle years Australian teachers for their Media Literacy, Multiliteracies and English lessons. It provide the teachers with free online lessons, study guides and Websites where these resources supports outcomes in the Statements of Learning for English years five, seven and nine and for the Arts -- Media years from five to nine. It allow students to gain knowledge, view and interact with multi-modal texts.


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