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Rabbit Proof Fence Video Response: Australian History & Culture
Use the Rabbit Proof Fence Movie to connect to the following topics: 1) Aboriginal Culture 2) Stolen Generation 3) English Colonization 4) Australian Culture Rent/Purchase video to preview and to to alter questions to your needs
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Rabbit-Proof Fence Film (2002) 15-Question Multiple Choice Quiz
The following quiz is a 15-question multiple choice quiz on Phillip Noyce's 2002 drama film "Rabbit-Proof Fence" that can be used in an English, film studies, or media studies class. This assessment is not a trivia quiz about the story or production anecdotes; it is also not a simple, low-level comp
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"Rabbit Proof Fence": The stolen generation
Australian authorities believed it was best to take young half-caste girls to boarding to schools to teach them to be white and marry a whits man. Within 3 generation the Aboriginal blood would be "washed out". Molly and her sister and cousin did not accept this, and set out to find the Rabbit-Prood
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Rabbit Proof Fence Video
This is a two page handout that students can answer as they watch the movie, the Rabbit Proof Fence. I use this video with my race and ethnicity unit for my sociology course. My students love this video year after year! The Rabbit Proof Fence is a story Australia’s aboriginal integration program of
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Rabbit-Proof Fence Film (2002) Study Guide Movie Packet
The following eight-page study guide film packet is used to accompany the Phillip Noyce-directed 2002 drama film "Rabbit-Proof Fence." It can be used in an English or film studies classroom. The first page contains a list of cast and crew and a background and introduction on the film. The second pag
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Rabbit-proof Fence Lesson Plans
The Rabbit-proof Fence lesson plan contains a variety of teaching materials that cater to all learning styles. Inside you'll find 30 Daily Lessons, 20 Fun Activities, 180 Multiple Choice Questions, 60 Short Essay Questions, 20 Essay Questions, Quizzes/Homework Assignments, Tests, and more. The lesso
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Indigenous Children & Assimilation Policies in "Rabbit Proof Fence"
If you are teaching your students Australian history - or even American history - then the Rabbit Proof Fence is sure to inspire deep conversation about assimilation policies that forcibly removed many indigenous children from their families between 1910-1970. This film presents the true story of M
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Rabbit Proof Fence Film Study Program.
4.5 week Rabbit Proof Fence Film Study unit focussing on the history of Australia's Stolen Generation. Includes Naplan preparation Reading and Comprehension activities. 4 weeks worth of Power Points for every lesson. Viewing Retrieval Chart and Worksheets included. Lesson by lesson program included.
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Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence Book Questions
These questions were created to go along with an MYP Unit. They were created with Criterion A (Analysis) in mind. Students are asked to answer the questions using more than one sentence and to back up their ideas with evidence and explanation. Divided as follows: Chapter 1 Chapters 2 and 3 Chap
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RABBIT-PROOF FENCE: 15 lesson plans for the movie - Phillip Noyce
Rabbit-Proof Fence (aka Long Walk Home) 1. Writing a review 2. the plot: a diagram 3. the kidnapping scene: how to approach and analyse that important scene 4. a short yet interesting scene: The kids saying the prayer at the Moore River Settlement - with interpretation notes 5. camera technique: "
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"Rabbit Proof Fence" - Aboriginal People of Australia Film Study
During the period from 1905-1964, Australia implemented a program in which it removed "half-caste" children (Aboriginal and white) from their homes for the purpose of erasing their Aboriginal identity and training them for domestic or manual labor. "Rabbit Proof Fence" tells the true story of three
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The Rabbit Proof Fence Viewing Guide
Viewing Guide for The Rabbit Proof Fence. Made specific to the ELA A10 Saskatchewan curriculum - CR A 10.2
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"Rabbit-Proof Fence" -a true story
This lesson plan let's the student find out more about the Aboriginals people of Austalia before watching the film. Then they work on tasks such as setting, characters, and plot. Suggested answers to seeing, characters and plot is included at the end.
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Rabbit Proof Fence: Digging deeper into the movie
The topic of the Stolen Generation in Australia has connections to students living in North America. The movie is an excellent opportunity for students to learn about perceptions of native people, and how this could connect to the treatment of First Nations People in Canada. The assignment is a wo
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Rabbit Proof Fence Movie Questions
Questions for students to answer based on the movie "Rabbit Proof Fence"
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Rabbit-Proof Fence review exemplar - cloze activity
Film review as a cloze activity, with vocabularly, list for Rabbit-Proof Fence.
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"Rabbit Proof Fence" Critical Thinking Questions
There are 11 questions total. A brief synopsis of the movie is provided as well.
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Responding to Rabbit Proof Fence
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Bend It Like Beckam / Rabbit Proof / Strictly Ballromm Discussion Q's
These are study questions that I used in a tenth grade English class for three separate films: BEND IT LIKE BECKHAM, RABBIT PROOF FENCE, STRICTLY BALLROOM. There are at least ten questions for each film. The questions were given to studetns to think about while watching. They caqn be used for d
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Sociology -  Race and Ethnicity Unit
This is a complete 15 day (55 minute) unit on Race and Ethnicity for teaching sociology. Handouts, lesson plans, video urls, Powerpoints, test, review game, and activities are included. You will need to purchase the Crash and Rabbit Proof Fence dvd to accompany the unit. I am a very organized teache
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British Imperialism Bundled Unit: Reading, Thinking, Writing, Extending
British Imperialism: Short Story Unit I teach this unit on British Imperialism to my 12th Grade Honors classes at the end of the school year. The unit is aimed at studying the literature of the era in order to uncover the perceptions and emotions of individuals caught on both sides of Imperialism. T
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Teaching Colonialism Through the Film Avatar
James Cameron's 2009 film Avatar uses science fiction and a fictional tribe of people, the Na'vi, to demonstrate reasons and methods "modern" societies attempt to and successfully colonize indigenous societies. It is 2154 and the people of Earth have depleted their natural resources. In order to thr
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Teaching Colonialism with Movies
Using the films Avatar and Rabbit Proof Fence, students will compare and contrast how colonialism is portrayed in the films and in doing so learn about colonialism. Included are activities for viewing and discussion. For a more in-depth look at colonialism using Avatar, see Teaching Colonialism with
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Born to Run Novel Study
The Born to Run Novel Study is an Australian made resource which supports the exploration of 'Born to Run' by Cathy Freeman. Students complete the first page before beginning to read the text, then work through 1-2 pages for each chapter, with a few extra activities at the end of the novel study.
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