Download these free resources to support your events and activities for Australian Reading Hour 2021.
Teachers Notes with suggested teaching and learning activities for our Special Editions for young readers. You can expand on these ideas or pick and choose the ones that work best for your students. Most importantly, remember to have fun!
As part of our Stories That Matter for Teens online event we’re proud to share The Crossing, Kulkirta Kilkurtin, a film by Director Will King based on the life of Uncle Rob Lowe, shot with a 360-degree camera. Designed to be viewed with a virtual reality headset, you can still view the film in 360° on YouTube. As you watch this film you will notice a transparent compass like icon on your screen. Hover your mouse on this icon and by clicking on the down/up and left/right arrows you will be able to pan the viewpoint to scan the scene you are watching from every angle.
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Are you ready for Australian Reading Hour 2021?
Ok, take a deep breath, and repeat after us.
“I will read or listen to an Australian book, whether written or drawn or illustrated or spoken aloud, wherever I may be, in city or bush, in the bath, in bed or up a tree, for one hour on Tuesday 14 September 2021. I will read silently or aloud, I will read by myself or in a crowd. I will read a story that matters to me.”