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Video Tape - Bilingual kids, Department of Education, VHS Tape, 1984 Reg. No: HT 9741
- 32 minute videocassette in colour 'Bilingual kids' produced by the Department of Education Film Unit in 1984. The film Discusses the introduction of bilingual education in four primary schools in Richmond and Collingwood, through the Greek Bilingual Program. The film was directed and produced by James Mann, and written by James Mann and Con Sarris. It was produced for the Steering Committee of the Richmond-Collingwood Bilingual Project.
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- 32 minute videocassette in colour 'Bilingual kids' produced by the Ministry of Education. The film is designed to introduce teachers, parents, and communities to the concept of bilingual education. It looks at the process involved in the implementation of the Greek/English Bilingual pilot project in the Richmond-Collingwood area. The Greek/English Bilingual pilot project introduced bilingual education in four primary schools in Richmond and Collingwood. The film is in both Greek and English. The Greek version is shown first, and runs for 20 minutes, followed by English version, which runs for 12 minutes.
|Tagged with:||cultural traditions, education, immigration, immigration policies, immigration ethnic affairs, cultural identity, cultural awareness, australian film industry, videotapes, greek language, greek communities, greek immigration|
|Themes this item is part of:||Migration Collection|
|Secondary Classification:||Settlement - Education & Training|
|Tertiary Classification:||language education|
|Format:||Video Tape; VHS PAL|
|Producer:||Department of Education, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1984|
|Other Association (See Comments):||Mr James Mann, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1984
Director, producer and script writer
|Other Association (See Comments):||Con Sarris, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1984