VCE English: Reading and Creating Texts Unit 1
Suffragette takes us back to the early feminist movement and the oppression faced and resisted by working class women. The narrative focuses on a fictional character representing this struggle for equal rights, and highlights the significance of this period of change. The talk that follows the screening explores themes of social justice, collective action and class struggle, while considering narrative features and the representation of history through the lens of a fictional film.
This session includes screening of Suffragette, a short break and a 160 minute talk.
To make a new booking, a minimum of 50 students is required.
If booking for Term 1, select one 'session' for your school group from the date drop-down list. This is to ensure only one school is in the space at a time.