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You need to make sure that you don’t use copyright pictures or videos on the Internet.
One very good website that children/students can use is http://commons.wikimedia.org. You can use these pictures according to the license that it shows. This is a good website because:
- It has rules that you need to read and it tells you who made and shared the work.
- There is a code to get the picture that you want to put onto your post which will also add the “Attribution”.
- Also it easy to see the Creative Commons license
Stundent Challenge #5
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Here is some information about three great landmarks in Melbourne.
Luna Park is a fun place to go to. It opened in 1912. There are lots of rides you could go on and have lots of fun. They sell food like fairy floss, hot chips and ice cream. The main part of it is the entry, a clown opening his mouth to let everyone inside.
Eureka Sky Deck
The Eureka Sky deck is very tall. It is made out of glass. It is about 300 metres of the ground.You can see all the scenes around you and under you. It is currently the 98th tallest building in the world. The red on it means the blood shed during the Eureka Stockade and the gold means the gold they were fighting about. The Eureka Sky deck is a beautiful building.
The Melbourne Aquarium
The Melbourne Aquarium is a very calm place to be. You can see sea life and learn about the history of maritime at it. It has seal shows and penguins from the Arctic. It is a great place to visit when you have spare time.
These three landmarks are the gems of Melbourne. But be sure to be there early as they become busy in a short time!
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Student Challenge #3