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Group Project for Edn113 Completed by 3 Murdoch Education Students Kaihla, Emma and Deborah.

Group Project for Edn113 Completed by 3 Murdoch Education Students Kaihla, Emma and Deborah.

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  • 1. Fire Safety and Recovery
    Year 5
    Our project focus:
    Science/Earth and Beyond
    Earth Forces and Materials
    1-3 Weeks
    Group Members
    Deb
    Emma
    Kaihla
  • 2.
  • 3.
  • 4.
  • 5. 2nd May 2011
    Dear Year 5 Students,
    I am writing to formally request your help in ensuring that the entire Western Australian community has a strong sense of fire awareness. A recent survey conducted within a variety of remote communities in Western Australia showed that many people do not have a clear understanding of fire safety and recovery and this is potentially dangerous as many areas Western Australia are prone to bushfires.
    It is for this reason that I would like to ask you to create a poster on fire safety and recovery that can be distributed to these communities in order so that they know what to do in event of a fire and how to minimise the effects of fire to both individuals and the environment. You will need to gather information from a variety of resources including the FESA website and the poster must be informative, visually appealing and easy to read.
    FESA very much appreciates your assistance in this matter.
    Yours Sincerely
    FESA Head Office
  • 6. Resource Pages
  • 7. Case Study and Excursion
  • 8.
  • 9. The First Steps to Creating our Website
    • Deciding on our Natural Event
    • 10. Bushfires
    • 11. Breaking down our Learning Outcome
    Fire Prevention
    Fire Awareness
    Recovery for individuals
    • and the environment
  • Research
    • Information Resources
    • 12. Technological Resources
    • 13. Online Brainstorm
    • 14. Online Evacuation Plan
    • 15. Online Slideshow
  • Creating our Website
    • Choose an appropriate layout and colour scheme
    • 16. Design a page specifically for teachers
    • 17. Includes description of Activities
  • Creating Links
    • Click on the silver chain icon
    • 18. To link to a website
    • 19. Click on the website icon
    • 20. Write in the address
    • 21. To link to a Word Document
    • 22. Click on the file icon
    • 23. Select your file
  • Emma: BRAINSTORMER, RESEARCHER, Fire Recovery Activities, AND WEB DEGIGNER
    Deb: BRAINSTORMER, RESEARCHER, Fire awareness activities, glogster example
    Kaihla: BRAINSTORMER, RESEARCHER, Fire Prevention activities, Presentation
    Group Members