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NFB Education

Collection by National Film Board of Canada - Education

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National Film Board of Canada - Education

Ocean School

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Thematic Educational Playlists

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Study Guides on Films

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Inquiry-Based Lessons on Films

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Films for the Classroom

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Educational Mini-Lessons

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This animated short about literacy introduces us to Meena, a young girl who hates books even though her parents love to read. Books are everywhere in Meena's house, . Foley Artist, Bear Songs, Korean Alphabet, Snow Goose, Picture Editor, Learn To Fly, Music Composers, Animation, Livres

5 Films That Explore our Relationship with School

Got the back-to-school blues? Here are 5 films that explore our relationship to, and our feelings about, school. Hope they help!

While a formal education is essential, we've put together a collection of 4 films that exemplify supplementary learning outside of an academic structure. Classroom, Learning, Blog, Class Room, Studying, Blogging, Teaching, Onderwijs

Learning Beyond the Classroom

While a formal education is essential, we've put together a collection of 4 films that exemplify supplementary learning outside of an academic structure.

Enjoy a mini-lesson on Molly in Springtime! In this post, teachers will find several activities, questions, and topics designed to help them lead in-class discussions with students aged Film D'animation, Spring Time, Ads, Activities, Education, Blog, Word Collage, Three Wise Monkeys, Spring

Mini-Lesson for Molly in Springtime

Enjoy a mini-lesson on Molly in Springtime! In this post, teachers will find several activities, questions, and topics designed to help them lead in-class discussions with students aged 9-12!

There are so many ways to include short films in the language classroom. Here are five NFB films that are great tools for learning ESL. Leadership Classes, Classroom Language, Short Films, Esl, Art Pieces, Artsy, Education, Blog, Painting

5 Short Films to Use in the ESL Classroom

There are so many ways to include short films in the language classroom. Here are five NFB films that are great tools for learning ESL.

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Supreme Law | Engage Students with an Interactive Website on Canada’s Constitution

Supreme Law uses humour and videos animated by YouTube stars to help students explore contradictory viewpoints on the 1982 repatriation of the Constitution.

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Explore All 10 Bevel Up Educational Playlists

In addition to the original 45-minute Bevel Up documentary, discover 10 Educational Playlists and a Teacher’s Guide for over 4 hours of additional content.

Filmmaker Karen Cho travels from Montreal to Vancouver to uncover stories from the last survivors of the Chinese Head Tax and Exclusion Act, a set of laws imposed . Christine Williams, Model Minority, Canadian History, Music Composers, Asian American, Great Films, Original Music, Executive Producer, Feature Film

Mini-Lesson: In the Shadow of Gold Mountain

Enjoy a mini-lesson on In the Shadow of Gold Mountain! In this post, teachers will find several activities, questions, and topics designed to help them lead in-class discussions with students aged 15-18!

Bevel Up: Chapter 1 - Opening Education, Film, Movie, Film Stock, Cinema, Onderwijs, Learning, Films

Bevel Up: Opening (Ch. 1)

In the film’s opening chapter, the nurses pack their bags and head to the streets. Their interactions demonstrate the complexities …

Bevel Up: Chapter 2 - Wheels & Barry Mens Sunglasses, Education, Style, Swag, Men's Sunglasses, Onderwijs, Learning, Outfits

Bevel Up: Wheels & Barry (Ch. 2)

Chapter 2 examines the challenges outreach nurses face when they take health care to the city’s streets, parks, alleys, and …

Bevel Up: Chapter 3 - Linda Chapter 3, Communication Skills, Documentaries, Education, Onderwijs, Learning

Bevel Up: Linda (Ch. 3)

Chapter 3 demonstrates communication skills and how to negotiate with people who are using drugs. View the complete 45-minute documentary …

Bevel Up: Chapter 4 - Becky & Liz Challenges, This Or That Questions, Education, Onderwijs, Learning

Bevel Up: Becky & Liz (Ch. 4)

In Chapter 4, the street nurses confront a practice challenge and a difficult ethical question; they attempt to bring health …

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Indigenous Languages

The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has declared 2019 the International Year of Indigenous Languages (IY2019) —“in …

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What Is Democracy?

Explore how to bring the film What Is Democracy? by Astra Taylor to life in the classroom. Discover ideas for pre-screening activities and find clips that will work for your particular classroom needs.

At the Reel Asian Film Festival, the Japanese-Canadian author adds another dimension to the internment camp experience Indigenous People Of Canada, A Small Story, Historical Concepts, Now Magazine, Imperial Army, Syrian Refugees, Canadian History, Wooden Cabins, Camping Life

Learn About the Japanese Internment Through Augmented Reality

Discover East of the Rockies, a new augmented-reality narrative written by Japanese-Canadian author Joy Kogawa.

Being a Feminist: Hormonal Birth Control Not Required- Hormones Matter Protest Signs, Canada, Women In History, Girl Power, Equality, Told You So, World, Status Quo, Women's Rights

Mini-Lesson for Status Quo: The Unfinished Business of Feminism in Canada

Enjoy a mini-lesson on Status Quo?! In this post, teachers will find several activities, questions, and topics designed to help them lead in-class discussions with students aged 15-18!

There are various ways that the film Beauty can be employed in discussions about transgender diversity in the classroom. Diversity In The Classroom, Positive Stories, Trans Rights, Family Support, What If Questions, Catholic School, Private Practice, Oppression, Life Is Beautiful

The Beauty of Transgender Lived Experiences

There are various ways that the film Beauty can be employed in discussions about transgender diversity in the classroom. Below is a list of topics to explore with students.