Individual projects

Corey Bucher’s great new game Cave Runner

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These are some of the projects that Real Time students are working on:

Drugs in Sport: Is there a better way?

Sweatshops: How can we end this slavery?

Endangered Species in Borneo: How can we save the Orang-utan?

Ocean Awareness:

Schizophrenia: More than an illness

Photography: Is there such a thing as ‘real’ photography anymore?

Drug Trafficking: Is there a way to curb this horrible trade?

Cyberbullying: who does it affect most?

Tasmanian Devils: How did the Devils get facial tumour disease?

AFL: Is the league fair to all clubs?

Cyberbullying: How many are dying?

Videogames: Are they all bad?

World Hunger:

Dancing: Are dancers athletes?

Music: Are musical celebrities bad role models or great inspiration?

Gender stereotypes: Is the media sexist?




One thought on “Individual projects

  1. mtelizarealtime Post author


    February 28, 2014 at 1:31 am
    The endangered species in Indonesia!
    Hi my name is Andrew Wright; I am working on the issue of the endangered species that are in Indonesia. While I have been researching this topic I have found out that there are three main animals that are endangered are the Sumatran tiger, the pigmy elephant and the java rhinoceros. The most endangered animal in Indonesia at this very second is the Sumatran tiger. I have used many different ways to try to find some information including, Google news, Google, books and click view. The reason why I am interested and passionate about this topic dates back to grade 3 when one of my best friends got an SRC role at Mount Eliza Primary School and the first thing he said to the grade during his speech was that we need to stop using palm oil so the orang-utans and I fully agreed with him so I tried to get behind him and help him with this good cause and now I have researched a bit about the endangered species in Indonesia I would like to help even more. This person happens to be Oli who is my partner for this project.

    mtelizarealtime Post author
    February 28, 2014 at 6:28 am
    That’s great Andrew. So you’ve been thinking about this topic for more than 4 years – now is your chance to do do something. This is great, well done.

    Ryan H
    February 28, 2014 at 1:32 am
    Hi, my name is Ryan and I am doing a topic on Drug Trafficking and why it is so serious but yet is being over looked by most. So far I have discovered that drug trafficking is quite serious and should have attention to stop it from being a problem, it should also be privately formed in police overwatched plantations to prevent robberies and illegal usage/stealing. Also I have learnt that one of the most used/trafficked drugs is cannabis coming in at 10% of Australia’s adult population using it, surveyed from 2009. I’ve used news articles off of Google News and other news websites, aiming towards drugs and then drug websites showing off usages, drug trafficking routes, cartels and other infamous drug traffickers through the world,
    The reason I am interested in this topic is because of the recent release of Schapelle Corby and with my interests towards the TV show Breaking Bad. It made me realise that the actual problem of drugs in real life is worse than TV shows take it to be
    I am working in a group on this topic with one other person and that person is Ryan Cooper, and together we are trying to find out how to solve drug trafficking!

    mtelizarealtime Post author
    February 28, 2014 at 6:33 am
    Well done Ryan(s). This is a very important and serious topic. This trade is worth billions of dollars and is ruining the lives of people everywhere. If we could find a solution, imagine how much money we’d save in law enforcement; money that could be spent on health, education and other important services. What’s the solution though? Keep working on this – drug trafficking affects everyone.

    February 28, 2014 at 1:38 am
    Hi, my name is Oli.
    For my RTL project I am studying the huge issue of endangered species in Indonesia. Indonesia is home to some of the most endangered but beautiful animals in the world. So far I have discovered that if something isn’t done about it they could be extinct within the next 10 to 15 years. I have used a number of research techniques such as: Google, Books, Google news, interviews and personal experience. The reason that I am interested in this topic is because I have been to Borneo and seen it first hand. I think this is why I am so pationate about the issue. It had a big impact on my life. I am working in a group with Andy and we hope to find out what we can do to help the endangered species in Indonesia.

    mtelizarealtime Post author
    February 28, 2014 at 9:02 am
    Hi Oli,
    Some of the best projects are the ones that you have a personal connection to.I am really pleased that you are doing this and I’m sure you will produce a great piece of work. Hopefully this project will be the start of a longer passion for research and problem solving. This is a tough issue to find a solution to, but remember to keep your mind open and dig deep. Well done. T

    mtelizarealtime Post author
    March 2, 2014 at 10:26 pm
    Hi my name is Caitlyn Howlett
    I’m working on the issue of domestic violence; so far I have learnt that the most domestic violence in Victoria is in Frankston. I enjoy this topic a lot; I learn new things that I’m interested with. I’m interested in this topic because this need to stop and when it happens it is always a big deal. There’s so many interesting story’s to do with domestic violence like Luke batty. I am working in a group with Lila, holly and myself.

    mtelizarealtime Post author
    March 3, 2014 at 10:50 am
    Thanks Caitlyn,
    This is a very serious and sad issue.You will need to be very sensitive in how you present this. Also you will also need to find some experts who can help you get accurate facts because this can become a very emotional issue for many people. Good work.

    mtelizarealtime Post author
    March 2, 2014 at 10:29 pm
    Hi my name is Jackson Dunne.
    I am working on the issue of Nike and their need to improve working conditions for their factory workers in china Vietnam and Haiti.
    So far I have discovered that people are illegally forced to work 65 hours a week.
    Nike publicly denies violating the legal minimum wage of 45 dollars a month.
    In china workers are illegally forced to pay their first months salary as a ‘deposit’ which they lose if they leave within a year.
    In china workers are subjected to chemical fumes, 177 times over the legal limit which can cause liver kidney and brain damage.
    I have used the internet to research this information.
    The reason I’m interested in this is because I have heard people talk about it.
    I had help from barb and Miss Bell.

    mtelizarealtime Post author
    March 3, 2014 at 10:56 am
    Great issue Jackson,
    Nike has been accused of using cheap labour for many years now. Nike claims that this isnt true, but maybe have a look at this website which claims that NIKE has been abusing people for a long time. We first must establish the facts.Here is a good documentary about NIKE that might also be useful. Also,it isn’t just NIKE that is accused of human rights abuses: other companies such as WalMart and the Gap have gained a bad reputation in some places.check out this video Good work

    mtelizarealtime Post author
    March 5, 2014 at 1:15 am
    Can video games help people being cyberbullied? good article

    Pip Kimpton
    March 7, 2014 at 3:30 am
    Sup I’m Pip Kimpton!
    I am looking the topic Save the Tigers; because I believe that Tigers are loving animals and they might go extinct because of Tiger hunting I have supported two Tigers in the wild from WWF (World Wildlife Fund), so far I have discovered that 97% of our Tiger have been hunted by people in South China, Until the 20th century there were nine subspecies that probably numbered over 100,000 animals. That included the giant 300kilo, Siberian. I have used a number of research techniques such as The WWF official Website.
    The reason I am interested in this topic because I am a Tiger lover and Tiger hunting is just horrible it makes me sick. If people listen to me then we would probably have a Tiger as a pet, I wish, Tigers are my favourite animal because they are beautiful in every single way and going extinct like my other favourite animal (Tasmanian tiger).
    My video is about saving the Tigers; of course, I want my message to get across so that everyone that I know can save the tigers and then we can fight the tiger hunters together.

    March 7, 2014 at 3:45 am
    Hi I’m James and I am working with my friend Elijah. together we haved researched a topic of drugs in sport. We have found out many facts together and we are continueing to find out more and more facts as we go on. We have researched steriords and found out about there affects and there addiction. Steriod’s effects can do a lot of damage to your health. They can make woman get facial hair and men get breats. i know yuck right anyway we are looking forward to presenting to you to convince you to never ever take drugs. P.S If you take drugs as an adult what are you doing to influnce kids younger then you. kind regars James and Elijah.

    March 7, 2014 at 3:46 am
    Hi im a Lenzy and I’m studying COD, Black ops 2 and GTA 5 and what it doesd to your brain and your learning

    March 7, 2014 at 3:47 am
    Hi, my name is Pip Keresevic. I am working on the issue on anorexia nervosa and bulimia. So far, I have discovered that there are different types of ways to get anorexia like starving yourself, eating normally and then throwing up (as known as bulimia) and eating normally and over exercising. All these are very dangerous and can lead to death. Most people who get anorexia are jockeys, gymnasts, cheerleaders, actresses, runners, entertainers, models, dancers and male homosexuals. Also young women between the ages of 12-25 and over 10% of males get anorexia. The people who are at risk for bulimia are people with anxiety, depression and impulse control. The research techniques I have used are; google, books and documentaries. The reason I am interested in this topic is because I have read and seen stories of anorexic patients and I wanted to make a difference in stopping this terrible disease. I am working in a group with Maddi Leonard.

    Eliza Kidder
    March 11, 2014 at 3:35 am
    Animal caging

    Hi, my name is Eliza Kidder, and I am doing research on animal caging.
    Animal caging is horrible and it forces animals to live in small cages and struggle to roll over or even stretch their wings. The WA government is putting free ranged chickens into cages so they can gain more money and I am going to talk to the canteen about pledging to be free ranged. I have contacted Amy Kidd, who is part of the animals Australia team, and she told me some ways to spread awareness. We are torturing animals for our own welfare!!!!!!!

    Stop animal caging!

    Violetta Minzenmay
    March 11, 2014 at 3:39 am
    Hi i’m Violetta Minzenmay
    I am researching animal testing in cosmetics.
    It is a big issue and is so cruel. Some companies that use animal testing include: L’Oreal co, Sally Hansen, Revlon, Estee Lauder and Clinique. Why should animals suffer just so we can wear make up?! These animals are just like the pets we have at home dogs, cats, mice, rabbits etc. I am aiming to stop it completely and have already made contatct with different animal welfare organisations such as the RSPCA and Animal Welfare Victoria.

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