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Goal- To connect with the audience.

You could never guess what happened on my birthday this year. it all started with my love for a band as a kid and my sister and best friend gifting me with an amazing gift. This band were my life dreams and more. They were so inspiring and enjoyable to watch. My guy best friend from high school that I am still friends with till this day knew a producer from the show. So the band performed in front of 20,000 people and then announced my name and to come up onto the stage. Then in the flash of lightning I saw my dreams coming true.

Weedy Seadragon BTN

 Weedy sea dragons were here 1000’s of years ago from today and once the are gone there gone. 15km from Sydney is weedy sea dragon territory. The sea dragons are native to Australia and can be found in the waters of the south and the east coast. They are related to sea horses and often float around in the water making them blend into kelp and sea weed. The problem is they are getting harder and harder to spot because they are so camouflage. You may think thats a good thing but it really isn’t. There used to be a way in population of them but there are getting less and less. Instead of finding every sea dragon and tagging it the are getting people to take pictures of them. Then the researchers are using some sort of face recognition to identify the facial details on them just like a finger print. Weedy sea dragons are classified near threaten but researchers think the information collected could make the endangered. Climate change could be a big part of he problem. Climate change would make the temperature in the water higher so it would kill the kelp, leaving the sea dragon homeless.

If there is no way to get them back what would the ocean be like?

How will other sea animals be impacted?

Blue questions

green understanding

red facts

Manchester Attack BTN

http://www.abc.net.au/btn/

The well known pop singer Ariana Grande has had a terrorist attack at her concert in Manchester,UK. The incident had happened after the singer had finished performing. The singer wasn’t hurt but 22 people had passed away and dozens more were killed. The authorities say the attacker had died in the explosion but are still investigating. The British prime minster had suspended her election campaign for now. Lots of other countries (including Australia) had felt pretty heartfelt about the situation.  The investigates are also working with local and nation agencies.

What was the purpose of the terror attack?

Was there more than one person helping with the attack?

How did it benefit the person?

Green questions

blue understandings

red facts

Adaptions

Adaptions

Today I learnt about how adaptations change how animals live.

Penguins for example have waterproof feathers so they don’t stink in water, just like oil in water. Oil in water has an effect were the oil bubbles up so the water doesn’t touch it. Penguins’ flippers have adapted into making it easier for penguins to swim. Penguins’ nails also make it easier to move around in the ice by gripping into it. Penguins’ neck rotates around into a comfortable sleeping position. When they are sleeping they tuck their beaks in and close their eyes.

Crocodile’s adaptions make it easier to survive in the wild for example the camouflage. Crocodiles have the same colour skin compared to their natural habitat. Crocodiles have an only one whole chicken a week because they stay so still it doesn’t use much energy. The fish that live with the crocodile love it when the crocodile poos because the fish eat it (like a treat).

Cuddle fishes adaptations make them camouflage into almost anything. They can change into almost any design and colour. This helps them to survive if predators are hunting.

 

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fast supper Gloucester cathedral  Recycling is a important thing to do to help this world we live in be a better place. This sculpture can be inspiring to others to start recycling newspaper by sharing something we commonly eat to make it relate able. Have you ever eaten a burger before? If you have you know that lots of people have ate them. Whenever you need to put something in the rubbish make sure to rethink what your putting in. Recycling bins are made to reuse rubbish unlike normal rubbish

The Internet btn

http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s4667361.htm

The internet started in the 1960s in the US. It started off with just four computers running off different operating systems. Local universities and government departments linked into that network and other countries joined onto it.

INTERnational NETwork= INTERNET

Tim Burners-Lee in 1989 he created a system used for sharing information called

World Wide Web= WWW

3.2 billion people use the internet. Most of the cables used to connect information on the internet are under the sea. The cables are as thick as a can of soft drink. They are buried in shallow areas of the ocean or found in water up to 8000 meters deep. They carry fibreoptic cables that allow internet data to travel from one place to another really quickly and are more quick and reliable compared to satellites. Because data doesn’t need to travel up then back down again. The internet wouldn’t be possible without those cables. People and even sharks have tried to damage them. 

How would people do things now days without internet?

Is Tim the only person that invented WWW or did he do it with a partner?

Blue-question

Green-understanding

Red-facts

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My goal is to write a piece that someone may relate to

It all started of in a completely normal office job. Wide glass windows covering the entire room. The view of the entire city was amazing. If you looked super closely you could see a swamp with all types of animals including crocodiles in another direction. When the sunset sets the sky turns orange. Within a week or two there was no office job. The office had collapsed down to the ground. People were left with no job. The apartment ended up on the news and the saddest part is that someone died. Rest in peace 🙏

Fashion Waste BTN

http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s4663466.htm

A lot of people have clothes in there closet that they have only worn once or twice. Not many people know that throwing there unwanted clothes out is terrible for the environment. In the olden days peoples clothes that had a rip or hole in them would have sown them up but not in our days. We just throw them away without knowing the harm to the environment. Australia is the 2nd biggest consumer in the world. An estimated person buys around  27 kilos of new clothing in a year. The fashion industry in courage us to keep buying more clothes to make us have the latest trend quickly and cheaply. Most clothing is usually made in China or Bangladesh because its cheaper. Although it gives them a job they are paid very little and work in terrible conditions. The clothes made in China and Bangladesh are usually low quality meaning the don’t last very long or break quite easy. But because there cheap we buy them anyway.  When they do break or rip they either go in the bin or go to a 2nd hand shop. Not many people actually take them to a 2nd hand shop they usually throw them in the bin like 85% of people do. Polyester clothing can take up to 200 years to break down.

How long will it take to find a solution for the environment?

How will people know about this so they can help the environment?

red-facts

blue-understanding

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It all started when i was eating at my first ever takeaway restaurant. My mother had handed over some terrible looking food to me. I just couldn’t eat something so gross. It was one of the worst looking foods I have ever seen in my entire life. I had even found a hair in it but my mum said I was exaggerating. That was the only food I could eat, but I had decided not to. Still from this day I wouldn’t have ate it. It looked super gross and disgusting