Newspapers in Education SURROUNDED by hills to its east and over 70 kilometres of coastline to the west, is Australia’s fifth largest city and the capital of South Australia Adelaide.
Newspapers in Education WHAT is it about certain situations which make some people do great deeds? Why do certain people act in a heroic way when faced with difficult situations?
Newspapers in Education SCULPTURE is a three-dimensional form of the visual arts shaped to represent a natural or imaginary shape.
Newspapers in Education WHILE watching a film on the big screen at the cinema is a great experience, we live in an age of home entertainment and there are many movies to see at home.
Newspapers in Education THERE’S a crisis in our backyard that could see one of Australia’s most famous creatures wiped from existence.
Newspapers in Education Without numbers, how would it be possible to count the total of students in the class, dollars in the pocket, runs in a cricket match or days in a week?
Newspapers in Education SINCE the beginning of motion pictures, music has played an essential role in film-making and the music of movies still is one of the most important aspects.
Newspapers in Education BOOKS have been around for hundreds of years but for much of that time they were not available to everyone.
Newspapers in Education Whether it is reading school textbooks, newspapers and magazines or devouring a book cover to cover, there is no argument that reading is an important skill.
Newspapers in Education THEY’RE the giants of the ocean. Magnificent creatures that exhibit various types of amazing physical behaviour when they surface.
Newspapers in Education CARVING a path through the land from their headwaters to their mouth, rivers play a very important role and are key features in the Australian landscape.