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Rosie Scott was a critically-acclaimed writer, a passionate human rights activist, a creative writing mentor, a wife, mother and grandmother. Born in 1948 in Wellington, New Zealand, her childhood was spent freely roaming the crashing, wild ‘edge of the world’ with her siblings. She began writing as a child, her curiosity and imagination likely inspired […]

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There are two key weeks dedicated to celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and history, and raising awareness about the issues faced today by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Reconciliation Week is celebrated from 27 May to 3 June and NAIDOC Week is celebrated 3–9 July. This year the 27th of May has extra […]

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Reading Australia has partnered with Magabala Books to create 15 resources for books, over the course of 2017, by Indigenous authors and illustrators. Magabala Books is a publishing house that focuses on bringing Indigenous voices and talent to the forefront. The project was inspired by the many teachers who reached out to Reading Australia to ask […]

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We are thrilled to introduce you to the winner of our ‘Win a trip to the AATE/ALEA Conference’ competition! Name: Deborah Peters School: Georges Hall PS This year is teaching: Kindergarten Fun fact: has been a part of the Salvation Army since childhood. Deborah’s winning entry was a unit of work that integrated activities from the […]

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To celebrate Reconciliation Week AND the first release of our Indigenous resources created in partnership with Magabala Books, we are giving two primary students in Australia the opportunity to win a stack of books published by Magabala! In Mad Magpie, written and illustrated by Gregg Dreise, Guluu is an angry magpie who is being teased by a gang of […]

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The team at Reading Australia are passionate about supporting teachers of English in their abilities to pass on a love and appreciation for books by Aussie creators to new generations. We want to make it easy for teachers to choose Australian books to expose their students to, and so we create resources to make this […]

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These 15 resources are the most popular resources in the history of Reading Australia! Because you love these resources so much, we thought we’d make it easy for you and put them all in the same place. There’s a wonderful mix of classic and contemporary, novels and novellas, graphic novels and picture books, plays and […]

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Anzac Day is a time to remember the stories of all the Australian men and women who have served and died in war. First-hand memories can fade, but their triumphs and sacrifices are preserved in the books that tell their stories. We have curated a list of 8 Australian books that explore experiences of war with sensitivity and purpose. Ranging […]

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Applications are now open for the 2017 NSW Premier’s Copyright Agency Creativity and Innovation Scholarship for Teachers. This $15,000 prize is awarded for a study in any curriculum area related to creativity and innovation. Matt Scott, Head Teacher of STEM at Canobolas Rural Technology High School, won the 2016 Creativity and Innovation Scholarship. His proposal was […]

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In celebration of World Poetry Day on 21 March, we decided to spend the entire month featuring the diversity and brilliance of our Australian poets, contemporary and classic. Whether you’re not fully comfortable teaching poetry or whether you’re just looking for some tips to jazz up your next poetry class, we’ve got the resources for […]

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Because books can be life-changing, the Copyright Agency has launched a campaign, This Book Changed My Life. You and your students are invited to take part by posting about a book – or other creative work – that has had a major impact on you – and you can also make a pledge via social media to […]

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As Australian students and teachers begin the school year, one of the remotest publishing houses in the world, Magabala Books in Broome (WA) is gearing up to bring new Aboriginal perspectives to primary school classrooms all over the country. With a grant of $33,550 from the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund, Magabala Books will soon deliver […]

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Reading Australia is welcoming in the new school year with 10 brand new resources! In response to your feedback about the range of resources available, the selection below is a mix of classic and contemporary Australian books with a focus on visual texts and resources aimed at Junior Secondary. Click on the book titles below to […]

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WIN a trip to attend the AATE/ALEA National Conference 2017 6–9 July in Hobart Tasmania! Entering is easy! Tell us how you use Reading Australia to bring Australian literature to life in your classroom for your chance to win 5 days and 5 nights in Hobart, Tasmania, to attend the AATE/ALEA National Conference 6–9 July […]

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Illustrator Ann James has illustrated colouring sheets exclusively for Reading Australia, available here as free downloads for teachers and students. Duck and Pig are characters created by Ann James who spend their days gardening, playing on swings and chatting by the river. Students can join in their adventures by colouring in the drawings! Ann has left […]

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We are excited to announce the winners of the 2016 Ann James Colouring Competition! We selected two winners, one from lower primary and one from upper primary. Illustrator Ann James was one of the judges and she was so impressed with the entries that she offered to donate additional prizes, so we selected a further […]

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There are over 24 million people living in Australia. We are a collection of every nationality, religion, gender and creed, and are spread out across this vast landscape. The challenge, then, is to learn about those whose lives are so different from ours. How does a non-Indigenous person comprehend what it’s like to be Indigenous and […]

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Georgia Blain, author of Births Deaths Marriages, and her mother Anne Deveson, who penned Tell Me I’m Here, have passed away within days of each other. Georgia was diagnosed with brain cancer at the end of last year and had been recording her life with illness in a column in the Saturday Paper called ‘The […]

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Reading Australia celebrated it’s third birthday earlier this month. Watch Libby Gleeson cover some of the history of RA and the importance of local stories to Australians – young and old. Author Libby Gleeson   Cultural Fund and Reading Australia manager Zoë Rodriguez   CEO of Copyright Agency | Viscopy Adam Suckling

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New texts and Approaches to Australian literature In this workshop, English teacher participants will be introduced to new Australian texts and short stories, particularly by Indigenous and migrant writers. Presenters will offer different approaches to teaching these texts, aligning these with the Victorian Curriculum and VCE Units 1 and 2 English and Literature. Texts covered […]

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These exercises are designed to illustrate a progression in learning, supporting the development of a student’s capacity to respond to both analytical and creative outcomes. A three-step trajectory is implied within the exercises relevant to creative writing – firstly, the generation of creative response; secondly, the development of skills; and finally, the integration of skills […]

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By Dr. Catherine Noske, Editor, Westerly Magazine   Essentials: Creative Progression Encouraging an instinctive creative response – A generative engagement with material, an understanding of the importance of creative effect. Developing creative skills – Confidence in language technique and the ability to craft language in ways distinct from other disciplines. Building practice, the capacity for flexibility […]

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Below is an example of how to edit a creative writing assessment. Great for teachers, great for sharing with students to demonstrate the editing process. Download the printable PDF version here. This article was reproduced with permission from Westerly. To learn more about Westerly visit our partners’ page.

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  Textbooks: Julia Casterton, Creative Writing, A Practical Guide, 3rd ed., Palgrave McMillan, 2005 Jon Ford and Marjorie Ford, ed. A Web of Stories: An Introduction to Short Fiction, London: Prentice Hall, 1997 John Singleton, Mary Luckhurst, The Creative Writing Handbook 3rd edition, Palgrave McMillan, 2001   Useful Short Stories: Carmel Bird, ed. The Penguin […]

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1. IDENTIFY your point of response. 2. CLARIFY your response. 3. HOW will you respond? 4. WHICH techniques and conventions might you use? Is there A CHOICE OF TEXTS to  respond to? If yes – pick one.  What is it? image photograph artwork passage of writing a quote a statement a personal memory or reflection […]

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By Robyn English The ultimate aim of all teaching of literature should be to instil in children a love of stories and reading. Sadly, many students will claim that this love has been destroyed by the insistence of teachers that they ‘study’ the book. This activity is a strategy that can be used to generate and […]

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By Robyn Ewing (University of Sydney) and Marguerite Maher (Notre Dame University) Controversies about the most effective ways to help children’s literacy learning have raged throughout our careers as literacy educators. This is partly because of misconceptions of what ‘literacy’ means. The Australian Curriculum (Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority, 2014) defines literacy as encompassing: […]

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By Sue Heyson Welcome to the Dolphins Class (Transition/Year 1) at Warruwi School in the Northern Territory. We are buzzing with excitement in our class because the students love to read. But firstly, here is a little bit about our school and community contexts. Our school is on a remote island located in Western Arnhem […]

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By Susan Hill Oral language and written language are different linguistic modes and both are important in their own right. This article briefly describes oral language from linguistic, social interactionist and cognitive development viewpoints as each view highlights different aspects of oral language. An example of a play based developed oral language program is provided […]

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Reading has great benefits for children, but with the rise of educational games, apps and YouTube, fewer kids are reading in their spare time. Education writer Marianne Stenger suggests how you can encourage children to read more. A recent survey from the National Literacy Trust found that secondary school students, and boys in particular, are […]

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Parents and carers can have a big impact on their children’s education. By providing learning opportunities and support at home you can help encourage learning from an early age, right through to high school. Here are some fantastic literacy tips and inspiring ways parents and carers can be more involved in children’s learning. 1. Make […]

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By Georgina Barton Reflecting back on my teacher training in English there was limited information presented on how to interpret modes other than language, such as image and sound. I do recall one course or subject on media literacy where we would discuss fervently a range of advertising materials – our lecturer always saying that ‘sex’ […]

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Splash has a whole bunch of English resources that explore Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. Learn about language conventions while discovering various Australian Indigenous languages and cultures. Here are the ten most popular resources, as decided by teachers, parents and students! 1. Learn some of the Noongar language Watch this video and learn some […]

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In its annual Honouring Australian Writers series, the NSW Writers’ Centre pays tribute to writers who have made an important contribution to our literary culture.

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We are so excited to reveal the winners of the My Two Blankets colouring competition! Check out the winning entries below then browse through the entire gallery of entries. Laguna Street Public School (Year 6) Woollahara Public School (Year 4) Foundation Christian College (Year 3)

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It’s our 3rd Birthday and we’re celebrating by giving you the chance to win a print by Australian illustrator Ann James! Ann James, the well-loved Australian illustrator who has brought to life books such as The Midnight Gang, The Butterfly and Lucy Goosey, has designed a series of special colouring sheets just for Reading Australia’s 3rd birthday. For […]

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We ran a My Two Blankets colouring competition during National Literacy Week and received over 250 entries from students across the country! Browse our gallery below to see all the creative, colourful and unique artworks inspired by Freya Blackwood’s award-winning illustrations. Click on the images to enlarge them. The winners will be announced next week in […]

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Why is it important to study Australian stories in schools and universities? Discussed at a panel at Byron Bay Writers’ Festival hosted by Copyright Agency’s Zoe Rodriguez and featuring publisher Geordie Williamson, author Tara June Winch and academic Moya Costello.

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“Rosie Kerin speaking at the 2016 AATE/ALEA National English Teachers’ Conference.To download the accompanying handout, click here.”

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How did Reading Australia celebrate National Literacy Week? Through literacy-themed knitting! The Copyright Agency’s inaugural Knitting Group has been meeting every Wednesday for the last two months, clicking and clacking their knitting needles, and combining their efforts to produce this beautiful woollen blanket. The design was inspired by My Two Blankets by Irena Kobald and Freya […]

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To make your 2017 teaching year the most organised, stress-free and fulfilling year yet we have done the hard work for you. Below you will find lists of resources curated around key dates, themes and year levels. We’ve even created lists to help you target cross-curriculum priorities. Plus you get a sneak-peek into future resources, so you […]

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Q&A with Freya Blackwood

Freya Blackwood is an award-winning illustrator of over 25 children’s books currently living in Orange with her daughter Ivy and their various pets. She’s won numerous awards for her work, including the Kate Greenaway Medal. Most recently My Two Blankets won the 2015 CBCA Picture Book of the Year. To celebrate the selection of My Two […]

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MFA Past Winners on Reading Australia

We are just over two weeks away from the 2016 Miles Franklin Literary Award. Miles was one of our most influential novelists and the author of My Brilliant Career. The winner will be announced on 26 August and be selected from a shortlist that includes the Reading Australia novel, The Natural Way of Things, by Charlotte […]

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Freya Blackwood Colouring Competition

Join Reading Australia’s Colouring Competition during National Literacy Week! My Two Blankets, written by Irena Kobald and illustrated by Freya Blackwood, has been selected for this year’s National Literacy and Numeracy Week as the ‘Read for Australia’ book. ‘Read for Australia’ is a national simultaneous reading event, where students and teachers, parents and children, across […]

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Do you live in or near Byron Bay? Do you love writers? Also festivals? One lucky person will receive TWO passes to the Byron Writers’ Festival. The prize includes two three-day passes, complimentary parking and VIP access to sessions sponsored by the Copyright Agency. To enter, simply go to our Facebook page, find the top […]

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By Jenni Connor Belonging, Being and Becoming: The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia (EYLF) was distributed to early childhood education and care services in 2009. The EYLF is Australia’s first national curriculum statement for educators working with children from birth to age five. On December 8, 2010, the Australian Curriculum for Schools Phase 1 was […]

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This week the Reading Australia team brainstormed a list of our favourite books by our overseas friends then expertly matched them to books written by Australian authors. Whether you’re into romance, Young Adult, memoir, true crime, or completely made up crime – there’s a book on this list for you. So, open up Goodreads, slightly […]

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Friendship – it’s a beautiful thing. From the books listed below you’ll discover that friendships come in all shapes, sizes and genres; that brand new friends can develop into lifelong ones; that loyalty and trust are important; and that friendship with cats rule. To celebrate International Friendship Day on July 30 we’ve found five primary and five secondary […]

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The theme for this year’s National Reconciliation Week is ‘Our History, Our Story, Our Future’, reflecting the essential part storytelling plays in the journey towards reconciliation. Reading Australia supports learning about Indigenous culture through more than 20 teacher resources created for books by Indigenous writers and illustrators, or featuring Indigenous characters. As well, the Copyright […]

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Anzac Day is one of Australia’s most significant national events. On this day we remember, not just the Australian and New Zealand troops that landed in Gallipoli but, all the men and women who have fought in war on behalf of Australia. It is also a time to reflect on how society’s attitudes to war […]

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The 2017 National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence (NDA) is Friday 17 March. This annual event promotes the creation of safe and happy learning environments for students across Australia. It focuses on the importance of schools developing a trusted support network within the community that provides students with avenues to report bullying. One in four students […]

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International Women’s Day takes place every year on 8 March. It is a day for promoting the empowerment of women and recognising that gender equality has not yet been achieved. This gender disparity extends into the literary world. Women win less literary prizes than their male counterparts and their work is featured less in the […]

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Make the new Australian Children’s Laureate, Leigh Hobbs, feel welcome this Thursday by asking him your questions! Join the live-stream event this Thursday, 25 February, at 2pm (AEST) where the Reading Australia author and illustrator will be answering questions sent in by viewers. This wonderful opportunity is being hosted by ABC Splash in partnership with […]

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RA BookPros Launched

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Attention all English teachers: Professional authors to visit schools With the support of Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund, the Australian Society of Authors (ASA) has launched an exciting new program, Reading Australia BookPros (RA BookPros). This program places professional authors in the classroom to conduct writing workshops and to introduce teachers to the resources of Reading […]

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Reading Australia ambassador Leigh Hobbs has been selected as the Australian Children’s Laureate for 2016/17. He is the best-selling author of 20 books including The Big Book of Old Tom, which has a Reading Australia teacher resource, and he was one of the ten authors and illustrators interviewed by Tom Tilley as part of the Reading Australia/ABC […]

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As school gears up again, it can be a challenging time of transition. From children arriving at school for the very first time, to juniors moving from lower primary to upper primary; Year 6 kids heading into high school for the first time, and seniors cartwheeling towards the final exams of their school lives. Here […]

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January 26 is a day to remember Australia’s history – the experiences of our Indigenous people and of the immigrants who chose Australia as their home – and to celebrate what it means to be an Australian in all its diversity. We’ve put together a list of primary and secondary Reading Australia books perfect for […]

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We mourn the passing of the driving force behind Reading Australia, Brian Johns AO. Brian saw the potential of the internet and sought to use it to address concerns about a scarcity of Australian titles being taught in schools and universities. As Chair of the Copyright Agency Board and Cultural Fund Committee, he ensured sufficient […]

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Interview with David Williamson discussing The Removalists on ABC Splash.

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Nadia Wheatley on ABC Splash

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Interview with Nadia Wheatley discussing Five Times Dizzy on ABC Splash.

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Hannie Rayson on ABC Splash

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Interview with Hannie Rayson discussing Hotel Sorrento on ABC Splash.

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David Malouf on ABC Splash

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Interview with author David Malouf discussing An Imaginary Life and The Complete Stories on ABC Splash.

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Thomas Keneally on ABC Splash

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Interview with author Thomas Keneally discussing The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith and Australians: Origins to Eureka on ABC Splash.

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Leigh Hobbs on ABC Splash

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Interview with author and illustrator Leigh Hobbs discussing The Big Book of Old Tom on ABC Splash.

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Michael Gow on ABC Splash

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Interview with playwright Michael Gow discussing Away on ABC Splash.

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Gary Crew on ABC Splash

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Interview with author Gary Crew discussing Strange Objects on ABC Splash.

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Robert Adamson on ABC Splash

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Interview with author Robert Adamson discussing The Golden Bird on ABC Splash.

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Bronwyn Bancroft on ABC Splash

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Interview with illustrator Bronwyn Bancroft discussing Stradbroke Dreamtime and Big Rain Coming on ABC Splash.

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5 novellas that prove size doesn't matter.

Everyone knows you never judge a book by its cover, but what about judging a book by its length? Maybe you’re a teacher searching for a book short enough to appeal to your students or you need a novella to suggest for next month’s book club. Perhaps you’re just looking for an enjoyable read you can […]

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Tell us about yourself! I’m a lawyer who started work at Copyright Agency 13 years ago focusing on copyright policy and advocating for laws and conditions that will support Australia’s authors and publishers – especially in the digital marketplace. In 2009 I was appointed the Manager of the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund which allocates around […]

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Tell us about yourself I am the Education and Marketing Manager at HarperCollins Publishers, I manage our education list, conduct research, liaise with teachers and educational organisations and look after the marketing of education titles across the business. I completed a Master’s in Education focusing in learning and development. My area of interest is middle […]

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Tell us about yourself! Hello! I’m the Head of Digital Education at the ABC where I work with a very talented team to bring audiences ABC Splash – an education service that creates resources for Australian teachers and students. What has been your involvement with Reading Australia? In partnership with Reading Australia, we created a […]

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Q&A with Phil Page

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Tell us about yourself! Since 2010 I have been the AATE (Australian Association for the Teaching of English) Treasurer; I also undertake the same role for my local Tasmanian association (TATE) of which I am a Life Member. Participating actively in my professional teaching associations since 1980, and a now retired English teacher and high […]

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Tell us about yourself! I am a writer of fiction for children and young adults. What has been your involvement with Reading Australia? I was a Board Director of Copyright Agency, representing the Australian Society of Authors, when the idea of Reading Australia was put forward by the director and former chair, Brian Johns. I […]

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Q&A with Wendy Bean

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What has been your involvement with Reading Australia? I first became aware of Reading Australia working as a consultant in schools.  I was excited about the goal of celebrating our Australian authors and illustrators. As the titles have been added I know the teachers I work with have been thrilled to explore this resource. Later […]

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BY PHIL PAGE I had never read Janette Turner Hospital before. In fact, I’d only vaguely heard of her. I might never have discovered her had her Collected Stories not been selected for the new website for lovers of literature, Reading Australia, and then brought back into print. And thank goodness for that! Reading her […]

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Win an iPad Competition

Reading Australia turns two this month and we want you to help us celebrate! Reading Australia and your industry associations, AATE and ALEA, appreciate just how busy teachers are, and have created resources to make your working life a little easier. There are now over 100 teacher resources and 70 essays available to every teacher […]

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Narrow Road to the Deep North - Richard Flanagan

Last year Richard Flanagan joined the handful of Australian writers who have won the prestigious Man Booker Prize. While this year there are no Australians in the running, we can enjoy the last day of Flanagan’s literary reign and remember Australia’s other winners and almost winners. 1. The Narrow Road to the Deep North – Richard Flanagan (2014 winner) Tasmanian-born Richard […]

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To commemorate World Mental Health Day we’ve put together a list of titles that explore different perspectives of mental illness. Visit the Mental Health Australia website or the official World Mental Health Day website for more information on World Mental Health Day. 1. Tell Me I’m Here, Anne Deveson Seventeen-year-old Jonathan developed schizophrenia at a […]

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New Primary Titles 2015

We have been busy adding new titles to the Reading Australia list, along with useful new lesson plans for classroom teachers, and fascinating essays of real interest to secondary/tertiary teachers and avid readers too. We have expanded our Children’s Books category by adding 31 new books to the site. The first 10 titles on this list have been selected to be accompanied by helpful […]

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Every year, Australia dedicates the first week of October to Be Kind to Animals Week, a time to be active in improving the lives of all creatures. Reading books to children is a fantastic way to teach them about having compassion and empathy for animals. Choose one (or all!) of these seven books and be swept […]

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Reading Australia Facebook Launch

Facebook launch for Reading Australia! We want to keep you informed on all the latest from the wonderful world of Australian books, authors and illustrators, along with advising you about new literacy initiatives and conferences. Plus we’ll let you know when new teacher resources, essays and book titles are added to our website. We’re also […]

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ABC Splash Interviews

ABC Splash author interviews with Reading Australia ABC Splash author interviews are commencing. The Copyright Agency’s Reading Australia initiative has collaborated with ABC’s ‘Splash’ online education portal, to present interviews with ten of the best Australian writers and illustrators who feature in Reading Australia’s list. Designed by the Reading Australia team, the ABC Splash author interviews provide […]

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Literary icon David Malouf invited teachers and students to discover Australian stories when he launched Reading Australia at the country’s premier event for English educators, the AATE/ALEA Conference in Canberra today. Reading Australia, set up by not-for-profit rights organisation, the Copyright Agency, provides teaching resources for books, plays and poetry from top Aussie authors such […]

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Narrow Road to the Deep North - Richard Flanagan

The multi-award winning book ‘The Narrow Road to the Deep North’ by Richard Flanagan should be on the compulsory reading list of all senior secondary school students, says Copyright Agency board director, Kim Williams. Ahead of both ANZAC Day and World Book and Copyright Day (April 23) next week, the not-for-profit Copyright Agency has just […]

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Australian stories are being brought back to life through Reading Australia. In a first for Australian schools, teachers can now source dedicated teaching resources for Australian stories, from Kindergarten to Year 12. The Reading Australia website, set up by the not-for-profit rights organisation, the Copyright Agency, provides teaching resources for books, plays and poetry anthologies from top […]

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Australian Teachers

Australian teachers should support Australian literature in schools. As the country’s teachers dive into Term 3, the not-for-profit Copyright Agency is calling on 60,000-plus Australian teachers of English and Media to back Australian stories and authors in the classroom. “Term 3 is traditionally the time for Australian teachers to choose the novels and other texts […]

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Expanded Resources for Reading Australia

Expanded resources for Reading Australia thanks to the Copyright Agency’s board. Ahead of UNESCO’s World Book and Copyright Day on April 23, Copyright Agency’s Board has committed half a million dollars from the agency’s Cultural Fund to develop even more resources for teachers to bring Australian literature into the classroom. Copyright Agency’s Reading Australia website […]

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200 Titles on Reading Australia

200 of Australia’s top literary works will be linked to a range of related material online as part of a new project, Reading Australia. Literary works will be linked to a range of related material such as videos and online resources, newspaper articles, biographies and photos as part of a ground-breaking project to make it easier […]

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