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VCE English Unit 4: Reading and Comparing Texts

The Hate Race and Charlie's Country- recorded lecture

Recorded lecture

Wherever there is a pressure to conform, there is a requirement to resist...

Robyn Davidson

The Hate Race and Charlie's Country are post-colonial texts that highlight issues around social justice and cultural respect, while exploring themes relating to identity, belonging, community and country.

This in-depth recorded lecture explores points of comparison and difference, and highlights the language and techniques used to convey ideas in both film and text.

The session runs for approximately 60 minutes.

Available to stream via ACMI's Cinema 3 platform from 9 am, 1 June 2022.

If booking for an individual or small group (less than 20 students) please contact us at regarding a pro-rata rate.

How to watch

Once your booking has been confirmed and paid, we will set up an account on ACMI's streaming platform Cinema 3 for your school, and add the lecture to your school's account.

Once you press play on the lecture, you have 48 hours during which to view it. The lecture can be viewed as many times as you like in that 48 hour period.

*During times of remote learning, we will be able to offer an alternative viewing platform that can be sent to individual students to watch at home when they like

Payment options

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Stream via ACMI's Cinema 3 platform


Per class



60 mins

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