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Facts-  One of the most profound stereotypes of Vikings is their extravagant horned hats. Yet this is NOT true, the horns got introduced in the 1800’s by theatre costume designer called Carl Emil Doepler. The second fact is that Vikings took immaculate  care of their appearance and and it was more than common to always have tweezers, combs and weird tiny spoons to scoop out earwax on hand. The final fact which lives up to its stereotype is that they…

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100wc

100wc

I was on sinking ship in the middle of the Pacific Ocean with no way to contact help.And Although I would love to say there was some miracle and out of no where a helicopter spotted us, that was NOT the case . I was the lone survivor of V.S Stirling, though there was a rescue boat I was the only one to swim to it in time . The rest of my crew drowned and  although they were quick,…

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check in on my 2018 goals

check in on my 2018 goals

What I want to learn I want to learn more division strategies as I normally only use 1 and it will help me with more complex problems. I want to read more non fic texts as I normally abandon them and it will help me become more familiar with tier three language. I want to get better when writing to having one idea and sticking to it as one idea normally turns into another.           How I will meet my…

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My infographic

My infographic

My infographic is about the separation of powers, why and how this is done in Australia’s government. I tried to work on my paragraph structure and make all of my paragraphs clear and understandable. I also tried to use tons of icons throughout my text. I think I did a good but could probably could of worked on maybe adding diagrams or captions throughout the text.

Who represents me

Who represents me

My electorate  is Maribrynong  and in the house of Representatives my  representative is: Bill shorten Position; Leader of the Opposition Party (Australian Labor Party)   The people representing me from the senate are: Kevin Andrews, liberal Adam Bandt, greens Julia Banks, liberal Andrew broad, nationals Russel Broadbent, liberals Anthony Byrne, labor Kim Carr, labor Daron Chester, nationals Lisa Chesters, labor Jacinta Collins, labor Chris Crewther, liberal Micheal Danby, labor      

100wc but how did she get up there.

100wc but how did she get up there.

Goal- to use descriptive words I agent Hannah wells was the best FBI agent there was, all of my cases were solved in the first 2 months and I always got the culprit  in jail, yet this case was different . I was  trying to figure out who’d  killed some girl who’d been missing for 20 years.   I’d been on this case for 5 months now hadn’t found a single lead until yesterday. I was exploring this victims bedroom and…

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BTN History of voting

BTN History of voting

Facts  Questions Understanding       Ever  few years all Australian citizens over the age of 18 get to vote, but for a long time it wasn’t like that. Women were though of as overly emotional simply not smart enough to vote, by the late 1800’s suffragettes (women who demanded that they be able to vote), they wrote articles and led protests. Finally in 1902 they were granted the right to vote,and Australia became the very first country to allow women…

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btn Governor General

Facts  When we think of the most powerful person in Australia we probably think of the PM, but did you know there’s actually someone who FIRE the PM and they’re called the Governor General ( or GG). They represent the queen ( because we are a monarchy) and make sure the Prime minister is following all the rules. Although they have private jets and mansions that doesn’t necessarily mean they have it easy, they have to attend many events and…

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100wc ( the cup)

100wc ( the cup)

Unlike most cups this one  did not hold pitiful liquid, for this cup held secrets dark secrets, sacred secrets know one could ever know. Yet it didn’t just hold secrets it held memories, precious memories of  joy and sorrow from far and wide. As it drifted from place to place enlightening all who came in contact with its memories and secrets, leaving all who bearded the cups wisdom wise. You may not ever see value in a mere teacup, and…

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btn the 3 levels of government

Facts question understandings    There are 3 very important levels of government, federal , state and local, they all work separately (although they may overlap) to keep our country and it’s states and territory’s safe. Federal looks after the big stuff  like monetary issues and taxes, foreign affairs, defence and so much more. State look after things concerning it state ( or territory) like police the fire department and ambulance, it looks after roads ( particularly large freeways) , schools, and…

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