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Balancing the options: opinion organiser

Use a tool to compare survey responses of groups of people. Identify three possible options and stakeholder groups. Adjust sliders to show how positively each stakeholder rates each option. Compare results, then choose the option that best meets the preferences of all groups. Explain the reasons for your recommendation. ...

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New developments [includes spoken instructions]

Survey populations of mammals and birds. Test how urban development impacts on wildlife. Notice the balance between development and wildlife conservation. Explore interactions between national parks, creeks, wetlands, bridges, towns and farms.

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New developments [no spoken instructions]

Survey populations of mammals and birds. Test how urban development impacts on wildlife. Notice the balance between development and wildlife conservation. Explore interactions between national parks, creeks, wetlands, bridges, towns and farms.

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Who lives here?

Search a rainforest habitat in north-east Australian for clues about animals that live there. Track down hidden animals. Find clues such as animal sounds, tracks and shadows. Check species descriptions to identify which animals might live in the area. Write a survey report including observations and conclusions.

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Healthy life survey: staying active

Explore why kids like to play sport. Choose questions to ask in a survey. For example, look at whether kids come from a sporty family, have friends that play or have a great coach. Examine a table of results. Sort the data and use it to answer questions. Display the results using a suitable type of graph such as a pie chart, ...

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Naming the nation's capital, 1913

This is an official government document concerning suggestions from members of the House of Representatives for a name for Australia's new federal capital. There are four columns headed 'No.', 'Name', 'Date' and 'Suggestion'. The document is titled 'SUGGESTED NAMES FOR FEDERAL CAPITAL CITY / FROM MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT'. ...

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Hands and feet

In this mathematics activity students collect and investigate the two sets of data, right-handedness and foot size. They investigate the question 'Do right-handed people have bigger left feet?' Students will work in groups to make conjectures, plan their investigation, collect data and present their findings in the form ...

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Who is in your class?

Students complete a task in which they create questionnaires or surveys to collect data. They use email to form a pen pal relationship with students in another school, then use the data to formulate a class profile. Students will present the data in a table, tally or graph. They should work independently, with the teacher ...

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Classroom collection

Students observe objects around the classroom and predict the most commonly occurring material. They collect some materials and arrange data to show the range of different objects found in the classroom. They interpret the data and answer yes/no questions about the data collected.

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Tokere (slit drum)

This is a tokere (slit drum) created by the Cook Islands instrument makers Rurutaura Tauta and Teokotai Pita of Vaepae village, Aitutaki in 1992. It was carved from tamanu wood that was hollowed out and varnished. The ends are slightly hollowed. The drum is played while sitting in an open trestle frame. The drum measures ...