OnTV

Tuia TV

Using Capital E’s established Newscast programme students will connect to the culture and history of Aotearoa as part of the national commemoration Tuia – Encounters 250. Tuia 250 weaves, stories, ideas, and experiences about the people and place of Aotearoa NZ.

Classes pre-write their Tuia TV script using our template, respectfully exploring their ideas and experiences of living in a multicultural nation and what it is to connect to the culture and history of Aotearoa before turning their script into a live-recorded news show in the OnTV studio.

Our expert tutors will guide the class through the creative experience which replicates an authentic live-production process. Each student has a designated role but the whole class must work together to create a short production that can be shared with whanau, the school and the wider community, contributing to a collection of views and responses from young people across Aotearoa.

English
Making Meaning from Multimedia Digital Production
Listening, Reading, Viewing
Creating Meaning from Multimedia Digital Production
Speaking, Writing, Presenting

Technology 
Designing and Developing Digital Outcomes

The Arts
Developing Ideas
Developing Practical Knowledge 
Communicating and Interpreting
Understanding in Context 

Key Competencies 
Thinking
Participating and Contributing
Using Language
Symbols and Texts
Managing Self

OnTV

Tuia TV

Using Capital E’s established Newscast programme students will connect to the culture and history of Aotearoa as part of the national commemoration Tuia – Encounters 250. Tuia 250 weaves, stories, ideas, and experiences about the people and place of Aotearoa NZ.

Classes pre-write their Tuia TV script using our template, respectfully exploring their ideas and experiences of living in a multicultural nation and what it is to connect to the culture and history of Aotearoa before turning their script into a live-recorded news show in the OnTV studio.

Our expert tutors will guide the class through the creative experience which replicates an authentic live-production process. Each student has a designated role but the whole class must work together to create a short production that can be shared with whanau, the school and the wider community, contributing to a collection of views and responses from young people across Aotearoa.

English
Making Meaning from Multimedia Digital Production
Listening, Reading, Viewing
Creating Meaning from Multimedia Digital Production
Speaking, Writing, Presenting

Technology 
Designing and Developing Digital Outcomes

The Arts
Developing Ideas
Developing Practical Knowledge 
Communicating and Interpreting
Understanding in Context 

Key Competencies 
Thinking
Participating and Contributing
Using Language
Symbols and Texts
Managing Self

  • Years:7+

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The educator was able to relate to our students (16-18 year olds) really well and he changed their attitudes towards the experience into a positive one.

Teacher, Otago

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