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Title Behind The News: Death Debate/Census Changes/Wave Energy/Drought Doco/Kids Business
Published Australia : ABC3, 2015
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Summary DEATH DEBATEMost people agree that if someone does the crime, they should do the time. But what if the punishment isn't time in jail? What if it's the capital punishment, something Australia stopped many years ago? That is the debate simmering in Australia right now, as two citizens face the death penalty in Indonesia after being caught trying to smuggle drugs out of the country. BtN looks at the history of the death penalty and the countries that still practice it.CENSUS CHANGESEvery five years, the government undertakes Australia's biggest poll. It's called the census and it asks every person in the country about nearly every detail of their lives. But now, there's been a call to delay the census, from every five years to every ten. Will this have an negative effect on the information it collects? We look at the purpose and history of this huge national survey to find out.TEACHING RESOURCES INCLUDED Learning Areas -Mathematics/Statistics and Probability/Data representation and interpretationDescribe and interpret different data sets in context Year 5Investigate techniques for collecting data, including census, sampling and observation Year 8History/Historical Skills/Historical questions and researchIdentify and locate a range of relevant sources Year 6Civics and Citizenship/Analysis, synthesis and interpretationCritically analyse information and ideas from a range of sources in relation to civics and citizenship topics and issues Year 7WAVE ENERGYThe world's first grid-connected wave energy farm has just been switched on in Western Australia. The project converts the power of waves into electricity. But how? And could we see more of this kind of technology in the future? Carl has the details.DROUGHT DOCODrought is not a subject we hear about too often. But many farmers around Australia are struggling with it right now, including 10-year old Ellen's Grandpa. On a recent visit, Ellen decided to document the natural disaster to show her school class back in the city. She'll talk you through what she saw and how her class reacted to it.TEACHING RESOURCES INCLUDED Learning Areas -Science/Science Understanding/Earth and space sciencesSudden geological changes or extreme weather conditions can affect Earth's surface Year 6Science/Science Understanding/Biological Science Living things have structural features and adaptation that help them to survive in their environment. Year 5Science/Science as Human Endeavour/ Use and Influence of Science Scientific knowledge is used to inform personal and community decisions. Year 5 & 6Geography/Geographical Knowledge and Understanding/Unit 1: Water in the worldThe causes, impacts and responses to an atmospheric or hydrological hazard Year 7KID BUSINESSA lot of fashion designers dream of creating a successful brand. But not too many can say they've already done it at just 14 years of age. Lachlan makes t-Shirts in his bedroom. And now, he's selling them internationally through his website. We meet him to find out why he got into the fashion business and how he balances it with schoolwork
Notes Closed captioning in English
Event Broadcast 2015-03-03 at 10:00:00
Notes Classification: G
Subject Agriculture -- Effect of drought on.
Capital punishment -- Law and legislation.
Cattle -- Effect of drought on.
Census -- Data processing.
Drug traffic.
Internet marketing.
Australia.
Form Streaming video
Author Bazley, Nathan, host
Abbott, Tony, contributor