Dean and Donna

Australia, 1981

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Episode of Series “I myself”.
Part of a series designed to facilitate discussion of various issues and themes related to social education, human relations and personal development and designed for use with primary-school and lower secondary school children in the 8 to 14 year age range. This part looks at Donna and Dean who are learning to adjust to different ‘blended family’ situations. Donna and her natural brother Scott have joined older brothers and sisters. Donna is now no longer the eldest. Dean lives with his father and new step-mother. They have recently had a baby. Explores the feelings they express while they are seeking to make the necessary readjustments.

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