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  1. To work with the Austrdlian Curriculum and provide episodes that co-inside with our yr 8 and 9 SOSE classes or English classes.

    I am a yr 8/9 Eng / Sose teacher- have programs / episodes to correlate with the units we do in term 1 right around Australia- e.g. Teens in the News (eng) and The Industrial Revolution ( sose/ history). This would be so absolutely fantastic if it could be done. A list of appropriate episodes under each unit of study.

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      We’re currently looking at adding curriculum links to our stories. We then might be able to reverse list all stories that are connected with curriculum links. However, I know we haven’t done anything on Industrial Revolution. Also SOSE won’t be part of the National Curriculum.
      The best way to find relevant stories on BtN is to search our stories based on keywords.
      You may find more relevant content on the ABC’s new educational portal Splash which does list content within curriculum learning areas. http://splash.abc.net.au/

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