English lessons are an opportunity for your learners to explore new and diverse cultures, hone their language skills and develop empathy. This guide includes ideas for learning about the world whilst improving speaking and listening, reading, writing and media literacy skills. It also contains handy links to further resources and ideas for books which can […]
This resource has been designed to open a conversation with secondary students about their use and engagement with social media.
A new poll was designed by students at the 2019 News Champions Forum for 10 to 17 year olds. Its goal is to provide feedback on what young people think about what they read in the media and how they are represented. The poll was conducted in late 2020 with young people from across Australia […]
In October 2019, 21 young people aged 10 to 17 years from all across Australia gathered at MoAD for a media literacy ‘News Champions Forum’. They discussed the news, its role in our democracy and how young people are represented in Australian news media. In these YouTube clips you can explore their responses and ideas […]
Challenge your students to develop their media and digital literacy skills through this exciting, hands-on STEM Challenge.
Support young people to become empowered media literate citizens through a range of engaging activities.
This workbook supports students through the process of creating their own podcast episode, news report, radio segment and much more!
These templates will support students to develop their critical thinking skills when viewing different types of media including entertainment, news, social media and advertising.
The resources consist of activities which utilise content from the series coupled with active student participation, building knowledge of our democratic processes and civic responsibilities with a strong focus on developing media literacy and critical thinking skills.
Our award-winning Behind the Headlines programme empowers young people to understand, critically analyse, engage with and participate in the media. We have carefully tailored a set of innovative and authentic experiences, rooted in journalism and educational best practice. Sessions can be virtual or in-person at our Education Centre, located in the Guardian’s head office.