The Family is the story of three months in the life of an ordinary Australian family. The Cardamone family – Angelo, Josephine, and sons David, Stefan, and Adrian – agreed to have their home rigged with remote controlled cameras and microphones. The result is a real and intimate portrait of the ups and downs of family life. Honest and sometimes hilarious, The Family is not reality TV, it is reality.
This study guide to accompany The Family, an eight-part observational documentary series by Shine Australia, has been written for middle and senior secondary students. It provides information and suggestions for learning activities in Community and Family Studies, English, Health and Human Development, Media, Psychology, SOSE/HSIE and curriculum projects exploring the concept of family.
Each episode has a running time of fifty minutes.
The Family contains coarse language.
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