V10_Buthi Storybook (Preschool/Early Childhood, Early Stage 1)
V10_Buthi Storybook is a series of activities providing online classroom resources and instruction in Aboriginal Language (acquisition) for preschool and Early Learning.
This course runs for 11 hours in total, it is designed to be rolled out over a 6 to 12 month period. There are video tutorials, Workbooks, colouring-in sheets and Dhunghutti Language Practice and songs. The program contains video instruction:
• 13 x Video Tutorials
• 10x Workbooks
• 10 x Dhunghutti Language Practice
• 9 Unique Songs
• Community Access to grow and collaborate
IS THIS A FREE EVENT? No
BROUGHT TO YOU BY: imagineer.me
On Demand (available until: 31-Dec-2025 05:00PM)
The program investment is per classroom and contains activities for the year including all materials. $330
Payment may be made online via credit card and an invoice will be supplied on receipt. If you would like to purchase multiple copies of the program for your staff please email [email protected] and we will raise an invoice and provide you with Coupons that do not require credit cards to check out.
Main KLA, Strand, Sub Strand
Aboriginal Culture and History
English » Making meaning through responding and composing » Speaking and Listening
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Requirements: Technology, Materials and Pre and Post event requirements.
Teachers and schools will need access to the internet to download the Workbook and the audios. Teachers will benefit from access to a sound device, for example a sound speaker so that the children can learn the language and sing the songs. Teachers will need to print certain pages from the Workbook to create the artworks.
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More Information About This Event
In V10_Buthi Storybook the 8 Ways come together in an innovative, cross-cultural, narrative-driven learning map that focuses on pedagogy that is collaborative, imaginative, playful and that enhances language acquisition. It also builds a neural-linguistic skill base and respect for land, environment and culture.
Visual Spatial Skills
Visuospatial skill building (8 Ways)
Develops spatial temporal reasoning (8 Ways)
Builds visual literacy & transference skills (8 Ways)
Hand eye coordination
Spatial reasoning (8 Ways)
Discriminating between visual data (8 Ways)
Visual spatial perception (8 Ways)
Sensory Textural Skills
Experience textural elements (8 Ways)
Heightens sensory processing (8 Ways)
Listening skills (8 Ways)
Supports identification and association of sounds
Builds aural processing skills
Creativity & Imagination
Symbolic understanding (8 Ways)
Creative play (4C)
Supports play and imagination (8 Ways)
Builds problem solving skills (8 Ways)
Prediction skills (rhyming lines)
Builds gross motor skills through physical role play
Supports fine motor skills
Community & Culture
Supports bi-lingual learning (8 Ways)
Builds vocabulary/phonological awareness (8Ways)
Sense of community (8 Ways)
Fosters collaborative learning (4C)
Narrative skills (8 Ways)
Experience textual elements (8 Ways)
Cultural information about food (8 Ways)
Builds confidence in cultural heritage (8 Ways)
Dorsey Smith is an Aboriginal Artist and Educator and co-created the program with English teacher and author Jo Tuscano.
If you have any queries please contact the provider
Name: Kelly-Ann Denton
Email: [email protected]
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