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The Eagle Huntress: Take Flight

The Eagle Huntress
The Eagle Huntress

Ages

7–14

Duration

Short (1-4 activities)

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This resource from Into Film and Altitude, based on the new documentary film The Eagle Huntress, will take young people on an epic journey and inspire them to aim high and take flight.

Featuring a range of activities suitable for young people aged 7 and over, learners will explore the film's setting and themes to gain an insight into another way of life and to develop an understanding and appreciation of other cultures

The activities in this resource can be used in their entirety to plan a cross-curricular lesson and a homework activity focussed on goal setting, or you could choose to use individual activities to use as an engaging starter or extension to an existing lesson plan. 

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Director Otto Bell talks about his new film The Eagle Huntress with our you
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Otto Bell talks The Eagle Huntress

Director talks about The Eagle Huntress with our young reporter Ceyda.

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The Eagle Huntress trailer
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The Eagle Huntress trailer

The Eagle Huntress Trailer

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Supports

Literacy

English

Geography

Citizenship

PSHE Education

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