This two-minute short animated film Brilliant is told from an autistic boy’s perspective and discusses how it’s our differences that make each of us brilliant in our own way. Explaining autism in a positive way, the book, A Different Kind of Brilliant by Louise Cummins and now the film, Brilliant, have resonated with many parents and children. It is a valuable resource for use in classrooms. These film notes unpack how the teacher can teach to English outcomes and discuss the big idea that we are all different and  all have personal strengths. These film notes have been written with students in years K-6 in mind.



Film Notes are a double sided A4 document and have been written to support teachers in selecting key teaching points from texts they choose to use in English. They include ideas for expanding the text set.


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