Year 8 English: Personal stories across Asia - Being a teenageer
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Explore the ways that ideas and viewpoints in literary texts drawn from different historical, social and cultural contexts may reflect or challenge the values of individuals and groups (ACELT1626)
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English resources that support teaching about Asia
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Teenage values in Asia - Euromonitor International Blog

Teenage values in Asia - Euromonitor International Blog | Year 8 English: Personal stories across Asia - Being a teenageer | Scoop.it
Many Asian teenagers today are more affluent than their parents' generation, and they are open to international values due to the speed of the internet revolution.
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Background on Southeast Asian Parenting : Families with Teens : Family : University of Minnesota Extension

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English Foundation to Year 10 Curriculum by rows - The Australian Curriculum v8.1

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Being A Chinese Teenager In The 21st Century

Being A Chinese Teenager In The 21st Century | Year 8 English: Personal stories across Asia - Being a teenageer | Scoop.it
I cannot believe that I am part of a culture that agrees to this and for no logical reason.
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Chinese Teenagers Are Obsessed with Justin Bieber, Too | VICE United States

Chinese Teenagers Are Obsessed with Justin Bieber, Too | VICE United States | Year 8 English: Personal stories across Asia - Being a teenageer | Scoop.it
Justin Bieber is in the middle of the Asian segment of his Believe world tour. As well as playing some arena shows, he's marked the occasion by making his groupies carry him up the Great Wall of China…
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Teenagers say goodbye to Facebook, adding street cred to WeChat

Teenagers say goodbye to Facebook, adding street cred to WeChat | Year 8 English: Personal stories across Asia - Being a teenageer | Scoop.it
We’ve heard about how Facebook is losing its street cred and its teenage audience as more and more baby boomers (their parents) join the platform. Where are all the teenagers going to, then? The answer is WeChat. Chinese messaging app WeChat is the fastest growing social app used by youths...
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