Media representations portray people, places and ideas; media literate students understand how and why these representations are constructed.
This Media Literacy Week, join the ACTF and ACMI Education for an interactive virtual workshop examining representations and points of view in children’s television. Students will view and respond to short clips drawn from children’s television programs while critically reflecting on their roles as audience members and content creators.
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Joining The Event
Requirements: Technology, Materials and Pre and Post event requirements.
Smartboard or other viewing screen
Connecting To The Event
Please register here to receive a link to join this event : https://actf.com.au/education/resources/id/10484/
The Australian Children’s Television Foundation (ACTF)
We believe that Australian stories have educational, social and cultural value for children. ACTF Learning develops educational resources and events that support learners in viewing, analysing and creating screen stories in the classroom and beyond.
Located in the heart of Melbourne’s Fed Square, ACMI (formerly Australian Centre for the Moving Image) celebrates the wonder and power of the world’s most democratic artform – fostering the next generation of makers, players and watchers. ACMI’s vibrant calendar of exhibitions, screenings, commissions, festivals, and industry and education programs explore the stories, technologies and artists that create our shared screen culture.
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After the Virtual Workshop an edited version will be created and uploaded to The Australian Children’s Television Foundation website. Please register to this event (even if you are unable to attend live) to receive the link via email.