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Podcast script 29 - Supplementary Materials and Resources

 

mySF Project podcast, number 29 - Teaching Resources

 

This page supports Podcast 29 of the mySF Project blog and podcast series, found at http://www.pataphysics.net.au/mysf_project/mysf_podcasts/index.html You can find the full script for Podcast 29 at http://www.pataphysics.net.au/mysf_project/mysf_scripts/index.html This little website is designed as an aid to teaching about the use of the Post-Apocalyptic text Taronga (Kelleher, 1986) to look at some of the purposes of this sub-genre of Science Fiction. The content here is designed as an one hour part of a series of lessons. Blended and flexible learning teaching and learning methodologies relate to A classroom practice guide: Quality teaching in ACT Schools (NSWDET, 2006) and An assessment practice guide: Quality teaching in ACT Schools (NSWDET, 2006a).

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Index

 

Background for teachers
Taronga focus class
Definitions and discussion starters: Post-Apocalyptic fiction
Notes on Taronga for the class
Video supports from YouTube
Support fictions: text and audio
Collaborations and refinements with Quality Teaching partner, Anne
Resource List

 

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Resource list

Kelleher, V. (1986). Taronga.  Scoresby, Victoria: Penguin Group Australia. Paperback 9780140326314

Durotriges (2006). Image of tiger from Flickr.com, listed as Creative Commons copyright free Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 Australia License. Accessed 12 November, 2009.

NSWDET (2006). A classroom practice guide: Quality teaching in ACT Schools. Copyright NSW Department of Education and Training. Canberra: Publishing Services for the ACT Department of Education and Training.

NSWDET (2006a). An assessment practice guide: Quality teaching in ACT Schools. Copyright NSW Department of Education and Training. Canberra: Publishing Services for the ACT Department of Education and Training.

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Michael Sisley

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