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Video Tape - Show me English: The local council, Department of Education, VHS Tape, 1986 Audiovisual Reg. No: HT 9754

30 minute videocassette in colour 'Show me English: The local council' produced by the Department of Education, 1986. This series was produced for the Adult Migrant Education Services Home Tutor Scheme, in conjunction with Channel 7. The series was produced by David Ferris and Trevor Lunn, and directed by Jeff Spencer.
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Description Of Content:
30 minute videocassette in colour 'Show me English: The local council', produced by the Education Department. It is one video in an eight part series which aims to help migrants communicate in everyday situations in Australia. In this episode the home tutor explains to a migrant mother what services are available through your local Council, for example the Library and how to use it and if she is having problems, how to make a claim.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Department of Immigration, 2000
Discipline: History

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Tagged with: cultural traditions, education, immigration, immigration policies, immigration ethnic affairs, cultural identity, cultural awareness, australian film industry, videotapes
Themes this item is part of: Migration Collection, HSV 7 (Channel 7), Television Station
Primary Classification: MIGRATION
Secondary Classification: Settlement - Education & Training
Tertiary Classification: language education
Format: Video Tape; VHS PAL
Other Association (See Comments): HSV 7, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1986

Series produced in conjunction with Channel Seven
Producer: Department of Education, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1986
Other Association (See Comments): David Ferris, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1986

Other Association (See Comments): Trevor Lunn, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1986

Other Association (See Comments): Jeff Spencer, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1986


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