March production release
Welcome to our second content release for 2020! Sufficed to say it’s been an unprecedented few weeks since our last release. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has instigated massive changes in the education sphere resulting in school closures and the growing necessity for remote teaching/learning practices. You can read more about how ClickView can help to prepare your school in dealing with the Coronavirus crisis here.
In happier news, this time of year sees an array of events happening, including World Poetry Day on March 21 – so why not celebrate it with your students by using our brand new Poetic Devices series? This new six-part series has been produced in conjunction with Red Room Poetry and explores imagery, alliteration, onomatopoeia (Year 3+) and other poetic devices including similes, metaphors and personification (Year 5+).
Additionally, ANZAC Day is commemorated on the 25 April and to recognise this we are releasing the final clip in our World War One series. Here students will learn about the different ways ANZAC Day is observed and how the enduring legacy of the ANZAC story has shaped Australia today.
It’s business as usual here at ClickView and our Content and Production teams have been busy preparing lots of exciting content for our latest release, albeit remotely. ClickView is here to help guide you and your students through these uncharted waters and are hard at it compiling playlists and resources to help teachers and students make sense of what is happening.
See below for what other content releases you and your students have to look forward.
This new six-part series has been made in collaboration with Red Room Poetry and explores poetic devices.
- Imagery, alliteration, onomatopoeia (Year 3+) simile, metaphor, and personification (Year 5+).
- Covers outcomes from the English curriculum for Year 3 (ACELT1600) and Year 5 (ACELT1611).
- Each episode uses a poem written by an Australian school student or teacher that has been provided by Red Room, and illustrates how the device is used.
- Resources include all featured poems, poet justifications, as well as activities to deconstruct the poem and experiment with each device.
- Scripts written by Red Room Poetry’s founder Dr. Tamryn Bennett, and animated by Alice Donaldson.
Prisms and Pyramids
- A standalone Miniclip defining prisms and pyramids and deconstructing models.
- The video provides an overview of 3D shapes and defines prisms and pyramids. It includes various examples and visually deconstructs their features.
- Covers outcomes from the Mathematics curriculum for Year 5 (ACMMG111) and Year 6 (ACMMG140)
- Teacher Pack includes various activities, worksheets, and an interactive PowerPoint game.
- Video written and animated by Irene Macias.
World War I: The ANZAC Legend
To coincide with ANZAC Day on the 25th April, we are releasing our final clip of our World War One series. In this clip students will learn about the ways in which the ANZACs are commemorated, and hear a range of opinions on what ‘ANZAC’ means for the Australians of today.
- This video is aimed at viewers from middle-secondary and beyond, hitting direct curriculum links at Year 9 History (AU) and Level 6 Social Sciences (NZ). However, the subject matter means it also hits general interest and would work for all secondary year levels.
- The video was filmed at Melbourne’s ANZAC Day parade and features interviews with attendees including cadets and descendants, as well as interviews with Australian WWI historian Ross McMullin, outspoken author/journalist Paul Daley and current serving Australian Army Captain Lucy Saaroni.
- All videos are accompanied by print resources that provide further opportunities to assess Critical and Creative Thinking, Ethical, Intercultural and Personal and Social Capabilities.
Shakespeare in Conversation: Macbeth
- This series for senior secondary English/Literature/Drama students models in-depth analytical discussion of the famous Shakespeare play.
- Follow along with John Lightbody, Senior Artistic Associate and Kirsten Lane, Teacher Ambassador at Shakespeare Schools Foundation as they conduct scene analysis, draw on specific examples from the text, and evaluate the Bard’s choices and effects on his audience.
- Filmed on location in London’s Criterion Theatre and including live performance scenes by the Royal Shakespeare Company.
- In this series, experts use their vast knowledge and experience performing and teaching the play to explore the following in an accessible way for students:
- Why Study Macbeth?
- Historical Context of Macbeth
- Macbeth and Lady Macbeth: A Scene Study
- The Queen, My Lord, is Dead: The Relationship’s Demise
- Scenes from a Marriage: Power Play