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Scripts for Young Movie-makers

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Learning grammar terms through drama

With Scripts for Young Movie-makers create an unforgettable learning experience Focussing on grammar terms through drama, it is over flowing with short plays for students to act out either in front of a live audience or for a camera. These ready-made scripts save on teacher preparation time and are easily adaptable to students' unique situations.

Ages: 5-11 | Pages: 56
Code: 0412 | ISBN: 9781877478628

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Scott Balliet

Scott Balliet started his teaching career in America and has had a wide variety of teaching experiences in Australia since 2005. He is currently a Leading Teacher at Courtenay Gardens Primary School in Victoria where he teaches Multimedia/Digital Technologies. In addition to his specialist role, he also assists staff with using technology in the classroom as well as supervises a daily, student-run television show at his school. Several years ago, Scott helped his school win the Victorian Curriculum Innovations Award for their innovative use of technology and he has written over 10 books on various aspects of movie-making, Leadership and using technology in the classroom. In addition, he organises educational podcasts on Digital Technology topics - these are free for other schools to participate in at various times throughout the year.