Series: Physical Education
Send the right message by communicating clearly! Join hosts Anne and Ben as they learn about the basics of communication! They speak with a communication professor and professional actors demonstrate the importance of body language and non-verbal communication. Anne and Ben discover how to communicate clearly through learning communication basics, active listening, non-verbal communication, and how we communicate online. Show Less
Communication is the transferring of information from one person to another and helps us in making new friends. The development of communication skills in children can help build positive interpersonal relationships. Effective communication skills help children to manage their emotions and to solve conflict without violence. This Australian-made, primary curriculum-fit programme looks at the communication skills needed to initiate, develop and maintain friendships at the individual and group level. Verbal and non-verbal skills are investigated, demonstrating why children need to be aware that there are different communication skills for different situations and audiences. Specific communication skills for interacting with adults are also investigated. Show Less
You may not even know you've got them! Research shows that 50% of people don't feel itchy even though they've got head lice. This programme details why head lice are so resilient and outlines the key to effective management - breaking their life cycle. Students, parents and teachers will learn about the different treatment methods, from the conditioner/comb treatment to insecticides sold over the counter and understand how to protect themselves from future infestations. Show Less
Winning is a great feeling, but there other goals we set ourselves when playing sport. Fair play and good sporting behaviour help make the activity enjoyable for everyone involved. This documentary-style programme will explore: what good sportsmanship is, codes of conduct for players, officials, coaches and spectators, being a team player, a good loser and winner, and resolving conflict, using practical examples. We talk with professional soccer player Mate Dugandzic, basketballer Daniel Dillon, rugby referee Natalie Amor, soccer referee Wilson Brown, and international rugby referee Nigel Owens. For studies in physical and outdoor education, this production provides valuable advice regarding the benefits of teamwork, mutual respect, and taking personal and social responsibility. Show Less
This Australian-made, primary curriculum-fit programme takes us outside to an athletics track and inside to a battle of minds over a chessboard - exploring how nutrition plays a critical role in maintaining both a healthy body and mind. Our presenter, aided by young competitors, guides us through the role that nutrients play in our diets and the positive outcomes that can be achieved by making healthy and balanced food choices. We finish by taking a look at the journey food takes through our body showing how nutrients are taken in and waste products removed. Show Less
This animated program is not a dull medical look at sex education but presents the facts of life during puberty with honesty, sympathy and a sense of humour.
From the sperm race to the fertilisation tango, from the comforts of womb service to the joys of the birthday, the facts of life are presented in this animated programme with the humour and care that made the title a bestselling book all over the world. Sex education can be fun and this programme gives the answers in an informative, educational and entertaining way. Show Less