Educational resources to teach students about good digital citizenship,
intellectual property and copyright through the lens of film and TV.
Making Movies is a free online resource designed to help secondary students:
The Making Movies Teaching Resource is accompanied by 16 short, engaging video interviews with some of Australia’s leading screen professionals in roles ranging from producer to stunt performer, visual effects supervisor to marketing manager.
The Making Movies Teacher’s Guide provides ‘driving instructions’ to assist teachers to use the Teaching Resource in the classroom. With discrete chapters, structured lesson plans, a PowerPoint presentation and a broad range of website links, the Guide is a thorough and accessible asset for all teachers.
A comprehensive resource detailing the stages of film production and the people involved in making movies, with guidelines to assist students to make their own films. A review of key issues highlights some challenges faced by the creative industries.
Interviews with crew members offer a behind-the-scenes view of the varied roles and collaborative nature of the filmmaking process.
Revision cards for VCE Media Unit 2 to assist students to learn the stages and roles in the film production process.
A VCE Media assessment is available for teachers. Please email us for your confidential copy of this classroom-ready task.
All our resources align with Australian and/or state curriculum outcomes. Use the subject menu below to find resources for your subject area.