Kidnapping your bride In the Sudanese Latuka tribe, when a man wants to marry a woman, he kidnaps her.
Students are given coloured pencils and they have to draw something representing their own personal and social identity.
Household Use of Information Technology, Australia, 2014-15. Use of the internet allows access to a wide range of information, goods and services and is a key means of communication with other individuals, communities, businesses and governments. Students can use this information to draw information on the impact of changing communication technologies on interactions. (53 words)
The Breakfast Club lesson. Students watch the movie, 'The Breakfast Club'. The storyline follows five teenagers, each members of different high school cliques, who spend a Saturday in detention together and come to realise that they are all more than their respective stereotypes. Students than fill out the presented table.
Monday Short: A Bully Grows Up in Keir Burrows' 'Donkey'
An analysis of how the 21st century boy reaches manhood. This article presents a close look at the journey of a 14-year-old boy from the Bukusu tribe in western Kenya and his rite of passage into manhood. The website also looks at a number of cultures and ways boys reach manhood in the 21st century. look at the journey of a 14-year-old boy from the Bukusu tribe in western Kenya and his rite of passage into manhood. The website also looks at a number of cultures and ways boys reach manhood…
Mccrindle was commissioned by Optus to conduct research into the implication of online selfies with a focus on the role played by parents in guiding their children’s online behaviour. It revealed some interesting insights into the attitudes of Australia's next generations towards online safety and selfie regret.
The Worlds Largest Lesson as narrated by Emma Watson. The aim of the lesson is to fight global inequality, end extreme poverty, and respect the planet. Aimed at young persons. According to the video there are three ways to help: invent, innovate, and campaign. (43 words)