The people get 50L a day.
When the tap water supply ends its going to be called day zero.
People are going to extreme lengths to save water.
How long can they delay day zero?
What will happen to them on day zero?
This Btn was about the drought in Cape Town, how it affects the people there and what they’re doing to save water.
It can take years to rebuild
The most important needs are food, shelter, clean water and medical attention
It affected more people than when the tsunami hit Asia
many people are injured?
How many people are trapped or stranded?
How This is about how countries have to rebuild and what troubles they go through after a natural disaster.
3: Africa will split in half in the next 10 million years.
3: the crack is in rift valley, Kenya.
3: it appeared after a heavy rainfall.
2: how quickly is it splitting apart?
2: why didn’t they notice it until now?
1: this explains the crack in Africa that shows evidence of it splitting apart, how it appeared and what it means for the future.
There is a place called the ring of fire where natural disasters happen most.
Earthquakes happen all the time.
80% of the natural disasters happen in the ring of fire.
Why do tectonic plates float?
How do the plates change the shape of the continent?
I understand that the ring of fire is a more dangerous place to live than places like Australia.
People are debating to change the date.
Aboriginals don’t like the date because it’s when they got invaded.
The first fleet landed in Sydney cove.
If the date gets changed, what day will it be changed to?
What is a good way to decide the new date?
I understand why people want to change the date of Australia day.
3.) People have different opinions about what a leader is.
3.) Australian school children have been interviewed about what they think should be changed.
3.) Most people who believe they can make a change do.
2.) what are the best qualities in a leader?
2.) why are some people who are bad leaders leaders?
1.) I understand how different leaders have different leadership qualities.
3.) Democracy started in ancient Greece.
3.) Democracy comes from the words demos and kratos.
3.) Greece was one of the first countries to experiment with a better way of leading their people.
2.) Why did the idea of a democracy die out?
2.) would history of been different if the idea of a democracy didn’t die out?
1.) I understand that other countries have different laws and types of government.
3: The aurora australis (I don’t know how to spell it) is an ice breaker ship.
3: Kids in Australia are allowed to try name the new one for a prize.
3: People go to the artic to study the animals and climate.
2: How long has the other ship been in action?
2: How long where the passengers stranded for?
1: This BTN video was about a new icebreaker ship that is being made to replace the aurora australis.
3: Wannacry is a computer virus that happened in 150 different countries.
3: Over 300,000 computers have been affected.
3: Some hospitals in the U.K where temporarily shut down.
2: How many operations where postponed?
2: How did it get leaked? (if it was NSA’s fault)
1: This was about Wannacry, which is a computer virus that affected over 300,000 countries.
3: there is a program teaching kids to wipe out waste.
3: Every year Australians throw out around 50 million tons of waste.
3: One school is hoping to not have any bins by the end of the year.
2: How often does the waste get sorted?
2: how long until the school is waste free?
1: This was about a new program in some schools to reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfill each year.