When you have finished writing your report, you can learn more about what you have been writing about by finding the answers to these questions. Include the answers in your report. You will need to add them so that they improve upon what you have written. Make sure you place the answers in a paragraph that is on the same topic.
1. What was the main point of the story?
2. In your own words, describe what unemployment is.
3. How many more people became unemployed in Australia last month?
4. What is the labour force?
5. The labour force survey divides the population of people over 15-years-old, into three groups. What are they?
6. What is the percentage of people unemployed in Australia at the moment?
7. What is significant about this figure?
8. How does being unemployed affect the rest of the country?
9. What support is provided in Australia for unemployed people?
10. What do you understand more clearly about unemployment since watching the BtN story?
1. Summarise the BtN story about migration cuts.
2. Why was immigration encouraged after the Second World War?
3. How does the Government decide how many immigrants are allowed to stay in Australia?
4. What are skilled migrants?
5. Why are they important to the Australian economy?
6. Why has the Government decided to cut the number of skilled migrants?
7. Why do some people disagree with this?
8. Do you think the Government should reduce the number of skilled migrants? Explain your answer.
9. Use three adjectives to describe the influence of immigration on Australia.
10. Has your thinking about immigration changed since watching the BtN story? Why or why not?
1. What gas is causing the ocean to become more acidic?
2. Why is the Great Barrier Reef under threat?
3. Explain how the carbon dioxide is getting into the water.
4. What do carbon dioxide and water combine to make?
5. What impact does an acidic ocean have on coral?
6. What are the creatures called that make up the coral?
7. What did scientists discover when they compared plankton living today with those living hundreds of years ago?
8. What impact could this have on the food chain?
9. Draw a diagram that illustrates the impact acid is having on coral and other sea creatures.
10. What do you think should happen next?
1. Explain the BtN Mummies story to another student.
2. Describe the role of an archaeologist.
3. Where have archaeologists found mummies believed to be the oldest in the world?
4. How much older are they than Egyptian mummies?
5. What did archaeologists discover?
6. What do the artefacts tell us about life for these people?
7. Why is the work challenging for archaeologists?
8. Why are the conditions in the Atacama Desert perfect for preserving things?
9. Briefly describe the process of mummifying bodies?
10. Name three facts that you learnt from the BtN Mummies story that you didn’t know before.