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Imagine being tsken out of your home and being placed somewhere you don’t know. I don’t believe animals should be pulled out of there homes for entertainment.

The animals aren’t free! They have all these fake cages which fake rocks and wood. Trapped and no where to go. With only little groups, EG lions need to be in a pack of at least 30 lions.

Imagine being hand fed your whole life, not good. They are Turing into pets not WILD animals. Think of the monkeys getting bottle fed it should be there mothers.

from an animals right standpoint we do not have the right to breed, capture and confine other animals, even if they are endangered so why do we do it

now surely you think the zoos aren’t essential, there just inpriosning the WILD animals but it doesn’t hel we take down the forest. If you don’t believe you are crazy.

On the ball

Today we had our voting and gee, it was crazy. The yr 4’s came in first to look and vote. The yr 4’s weren’t as hard to answer as the 5’s. The 5’s asked all these confronting questions about how you’ll fund this and what you’ll do.

Our groups name was On The Ball Outsiders. Our group worked pretty well together. Our leader was Daniel, he had to dress all fancy so the people new who the leader was. Our group came about 4th or 5th, which is pretty good.

Preferential Voting

After watching the BTN episode on Preferential Voting we had to answer these questions.

1. After watching the BtN Preferential Voting story, explain how preferential voting works to another student: Put your numbers from 1-4, lowest votes get knocked out and there votes go the the other leaders and so on.

2. For a political candidate to win their seat in an election they need to……

a. Win half the votes

b. Win half the votes plus one ✅

c. Win 100% of the votes

3. What is the official name for someone that counts the votes in an election? The Counter.

4. Not every country uses preferential voting. Can you name one? North Korea because they are a dictator.

5. Why are the advantages of a preferential voting system? That your second votes get counted up.

6. Why do minor parties prefer the preferential voting system? Because they can’t have advertisements.

7. What is the purpose of a “how to vote card”? To get the person to vote for that party.

8. What is a polling booth? Where people put there votes in.

9. Have you ever had to vote for someone or something? What was the process? To write down who I would like to get the MVP award.

10. Can you name the three major Australian political parties? Who are their leaders?  Australian Greens-Richard Di Natle

Australian Labor Party-Bill Shorten

Liberal party Australia- Malcom Turnbull who                   currently runs Australia