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Point of view: newspaper report 2: assessment

Assess your ability to construct a newspaper report by selecting appropriate verbs, adverbial phrases and pronouns. Examine a model newspaper report. Read and listen to two witness reports of a surfing accident. Identify the two different points of view. Arrange paragraphs for the newspaper report. Select suitable verbs ...

Teacher resource

Mari kita makan: teacher resource

This resource has teacher notes and assessment ideas to support the classroom use of the Indonesian LOTE learning object Mari kita makan. The resource includes a profile of the expected student user, a description of the learning object, printable worksheets, extension activities, and lists of further resources related ...

Interactive resource

Integer cruncher: addition

Use counters to model the addition of integers, for example (-2)+(+5)=(+3). See the calculations represented in an alternate form on a number line. This learning object is one in a series of four objects.

Interactive Resource

What Forces Do

Students use this resource consisting of six slides with diagrams, written explanation and voice-over to introduce forces, indicate what they can do and how to measure them. There is a two-question quiz and a summary slide.


The Business of Making Saints, 1994: Mary MacKillop

This clip shows the historic town of Penola in South Australia and the Mary MacKillop Interpretive Centre. It features interviews with the Ambassador to the Holy See, Michael Tate, and pilgrim Majory Vidot, with narration by Sandy Gore. The story of Mary MacKillop is told through the interviews, which are intercut with ...

Interactive resource

Types of matter: compounds and mixtures

Select samples from an outdoor setting. Magnify the substances to atomic level so that the particles they consist of can be seen. Sort the substances into groups based on how many types of molecules they contain. Classify the substances as pure compounds or mixtures. For example, classify water as a pure compound and coffee ...