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    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Looking at Money Me, Beyond My Digital World http://elearnersteamatputauaki.wikispaces.com/ Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki We are learning to understand the look and worth of money around the world. Pre-production: Decide on which pieces of money you will photograph. Make a list of 3 self-chosen products that the notes and/or coins can buy. Collect the products so that you can photograph these alongside your money. Production: Photograph the notes and/or coins alongside the items each currency is worth. Post-production: Create a simple powerpoint of four slides. Slide 1 is to be your ‘title’ slide. Slides 2 -4 will be photographs of the currency and products. Include written information about the currency and the products in slides 2-4. Whaea Jeanette will upload all powerpoints as one class project to Slideshare. Our slideshare project will then be posted or linked to www.onedayonearth.org Over the next few weeks we visit those who have contributed to the project. We will compare and contrast how other currencies relates to New Zealand money. Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • New Zealand Money Dollar Notes: $100; $50; $20; $10; $5 Coins: $2; $1; 50c; 20c; 10c
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Money Around the World By Awa Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • NZD$130 = 1 Play Station Portable The Play Station Portable is a game toy. It is cheap and costs NZD$130.
    • NZD$10 = 1 Tech Deck SPECIMEN This tech deck is a skateboard hand toy . It costs NZD$10.
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Money Around the World By Corey Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • NZD$130 = 1 Set of Toy Lego A Y-Wing Fighter Toy from the Star Wars Lego Toy Series will cost NZD$130.
    • NZD$200 = 1 Camera This Casio Exilim Camera is great for taking digital photographs and costs NZD$200.
    • NZD$200 = 1 Bike A child’s Pluto bike will cost NZD$200.
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Money Around The World By Ethan G Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • NZD$20 = 1 Camera Case SPECIMEN This is my camera case and I bought it for NZD$20.
    • NZD$30 = 1 Storage Data Card The green NZ$20 note has an image of the Queen on it. This 2 GB storage data card that holds photos I take from my camera costs NZD$30.
    • NZD$15 = 1 Hooded Jacket SPECIMEN The blue note is NZD$10 and the orange note is NZD$5. This striped, checked jacket is mine and I paid NZD$15 for it.
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Money Around The World SPECIMEN By Eythn C Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • NZD$300 = 1 Play Station Portable This Sony PSP game console cost me NZD$300.
    • NZD$400 = 1 Fujifilm Camera This digital camera costs NZD$400.
    • NZD$800 = 1 Apple I-Pad SPECIMEN A new Apple I- Pad will cost around NZD$800.
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Money Around The World By Joshua Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • NZD$ 100 = 1 Play Station 3 Game SPECIMEN This Simpson Play Station 3 game will cost NZD$100.
    • NZD $150 = 1 Lego City Game Set The Lego City Game Set is for children and it is worth NZD$150.
    • NZD$3 = 1 bottle of Coca-Cola SPECIMEN 1 bottle of Coca Cola will cost NZD$3.
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Money Around The World By Justize Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • NZD$5 = 1 Toy Tigger SPECIMEN This is a Tigger Lolly Toy and it costs NZD$5.
    • NZD$20 = 1 Air bed SPECIMEN An air bed is for sleeping on and this one is worth NZD$20.
    • NZD$50 = 1 Bedroom Lamp SPECIMEN This lamp is a bedroom light and it costs NZD$50.
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Money Around The World SPECIMEN By Kiana-Jo Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • NZD$50 = 1 Adidas Bag SPECIMEN This Adidas sports bag costs NZ$50. The person who features on the $50 note is Sir Apirana Ngata.
    • NZD$95 = 1 Camera SPECIMEN This silver/grey camera is worth NZD$95.
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Money From Around The World By Liam Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • NZD$5 = 1 Laser Light A pen laser light will cost NZD$5.
    • NZD $100 = Lego City SPECIMEN A Lego City Game Set is worth NZD$100.
    • NZD $60 = 1 Play Station 2 Controller A Play Station 2 Controller costs NZD$60.
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Money Around The World By Maggie Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • NZD$100 = 1 Razor Scooter A razor scooter costs NZD$100. Lord Rutherford was the first Baron of Nelson and he features on this NZ dollar note.
    • NZD$10 = 1 Tech Deck Toy SPECIMEN Kate Sheppard was a member of the NZ Women's suffrage and she appears on the ten dollar note. NZD$10 will buy 1 Tech Deck Toy.
    • NZD$5 = Stink Blaster SPECIMEN A Stink Blaster is a scented toy character and it costs NZD$5. The person who appears on the NZD$5 note is Sir Edmund Hillary . He’s known as the first man to climb Mt Everest.
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Money Around the World By Paige Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • NZ50cents = 1 Chupa Chup Lollipop SPECIMEN It will cost NZ 50 cents to buy 1 Chupa Chup Lollipop. Captain Cook’s boat the Endeavour appears on the New Zealand 50 cent coin.
    • NZD$1 = 1 Can Of Classic Coke SPECIMEN One NZ dollar coin will buy a can of classic Coca-Cola.
    • NZD$2 = 1 Pair of Cheap Glasses SPECIMEN A cheap pair of non-prescription glasses will cost NZD$2.
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Money Around the World By Reed Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • NZD$20 = 1 DVD Movie SPECIMEN Queen Elizabeth II is the person who appears on the NZ$20. A Hannah Montana movie costs NZD$20.
    • NZD$10 = 1 Scoop of Fish & Chips SPECIMEN Did you Kate Shepperd is on the NZ$10 dollar note? NZD$10 will buy you one fish, three squid rings and chips.
    • NZD$1 = A Roll of Fizz Lollies SPECIMEN The New Zealand Kiwi bird features on the NZ$1 dollar coin. A roll of Fizz sweet lollies will cost you NZD$1.
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Money Around The World By Rhys Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • NZD$1 = 1 Pair of Cheap Glasses SPECIMEN One dollar coin will buy a cheap pair of glasses in New Zealand.
    • NZD$2 = 1 Hot Wheels Car Toy SPECIMEN One NZD$2 coin will buy a Hot Wheels Car Toy.
    • NZ10 cent coin = 3 Lego Pieces SPECIMEN A NZ10 cent coin will buy 3 assorted Lego pieces.
    • NZ20 cent coin = 1 Cookie Presser SPECIMEN A NZ20 cent coin buys 1 cookie shape presser.
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Money Around The World By Ryshawn Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • NZD$100.00=1 Rugby Jersey SPECIMEN One NZ$100 dollar note will buy a Crusaders Rugby Jersey. The Crusaders is a New Zealand team that plays Super 14, International Rugby.
    • NZD$2.50 = 1 Bottle of G-Force SPECIMEN One NZ $2 dollar coin and 1 50cent coin will buy 1 bottle of G-Force. G -Force is an energy drink that comes in different flavours.
    • NZD$1.60 =1 Pie SPECIMEN A NZ $1 dollar coin, 1 50cent coin and a 10cent coin buys 1 Pie. This is an Irvine’s mince pie and it makes a great snack.
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Money Around The World By Zac Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • NZD$5 = 1 Bag of Spa Hot Rocks The NZD$5 note has Sir Edmund Hillary on it. A bag of Spa Hot Rocks costs NZD$5.
    • NZD$90 = C Obey 89 Cap A C Obey 89 Cap costs NZD$90.
    • NZD$50cent coin = 1 Zombie Chew SPECIMEN A Mega Size Zombie Chew Lolly costs NZ 50cents.
    • e-Learners Team at Putauaki Money Around the World By Zion Term 4, Week 1, 2010
    • NZD$15 = 1 Lego City Toy Pack SPECIMEN A Lego City Toy Pack costs NZD$15.
    • NZD$2 = 1 Toy Matchbox Car SPECIMEN NZD$2 buys 1 Toy Matchbox Car.
    • NZD$2 = 1 Tub of Popcorn SPECIMEN NZD$2 will buy 1 tub of Popcorn. The New Zealand white heron appears on the NZ$2 coin.
    • New Zealand Money Dollar Notes: $100; $50; $20; $10; $5 Coins: $2; $1; 50c; 20c; 10c
    • The planning, printing and production of New Zealand bank notes is a complex business and requires that many skilled operators be employed for up to two years before the date of issue. Decisions have to be made with regard to the sizes of each denomination. Then rough designs are drawn up to incorporate the various features of the note, including the:  watermark  words  denomination  pictures of people, birds, plants  Maori ornamentation (tukutuku patterns)  numbering, and  colours Once these features are agreed upon, a group of artists get together to produce an exact picture of the back and front of each denomination. These pictures are produced in the correct size and colours with the aid of a computer-based design system. This picture must also satisfy printing capabilities and security requirements against forgery. The picture is then sent back to the Reserve Bank of New Zealand for approval. http://www.rbnz.govt.nz/currency/