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Fair Game (ATOM Study Guide)

SKU: SG1407

    Fair Game explores the realities and impact of discrimination, particularly racial discrimination. The documentary encourages students to think about diversity, to affirm and celebrate difference, and to use their understanding of diversity to act with respect, empathy and trust. Through telling the story of Héritier Lumumba, Fair Game endorses equality both on and off the sporting field.

    This study guide to accompany Fair Game, has been written for secondary students in Years 7–12. It provides information and suggestions for learning activities in English, Health and Physical Education, Media, and Sport and Recreation. Teachers are advised to consult the Australian Curriculum online at www.australiancurriculum.edu.au and curriculum outlines relevant to their state or territory. Fair Game may be of interest to students completing TAFE Certificate courses in the areas of Sport, Fitness and Recreation.

    As a curriculum resource, Fair Game expands and enriches students' understanding of human experiences. Students can discuss how individuals with commitment and vision such as Lumumba can make a difference in their life, in their chosen profession and in the lives of others.

    The empowering nature of Lumumba's story makes it a relevant resource for student welfare programs. It is important that students are provided with strategies to support their learning about themselves and others. Students with well-developed social and emotional skills find it easier to manage themselves, relate to others, develop resilience and a sense of self.

    The study guide is structured as a series of discussions about Fair Game. Teachers may select from the information and activities to support students' viewing and close analysis of the film.

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