Year 5 Three Level Questioning Write full sentence answers. (worth 2 marks) Literal (Right There)



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Year 5 Three Level Questioning
Write full sentence answers. (worth 2 marks)
Literal (Right There) (worth 1 mark each)
1. Who was considered to be the leader of the miners in the Eureka stockade?

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2. Today Queen Elizabeth the second is the head of state for Australia. Who was the head of state during the time of the Eureka stockade?

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3. What countries did people come from in hope of finding gold in Ballarat.

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4. At what time of the day did the troops attack the stockade?

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5. When was gold discovered in America?
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Inferential (Think and Search) (worth 2 marks each)
6. The title of this text is ‘Eureka Stockade’. Why is it called this?

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7. What do you think the author means when he said “Everyone was equal – gentlemen, labourers, farmers, ex-convicts and sons of noblemen”?

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8. What was the stockade that separated the miners from the police and troopers?

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9. What would the conditions have been like for the diggers?

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10. Why do you think the diggers thought the hotel-keeper was guilty of murder?

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Evaluative (On Your Own) (worth 3 marks each)
11. Why do you think Buninyong was called ‘sleepy’?

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12. All miners had to pay a licence fee of 30 shillings per month prior to the Eureka Stockade. Was this fair or unfair, explain your reasoning.

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13. Considering the miners original demands of the right to vote, better conditions and having the license abolished, do you think the Eureka stockade was successful and why or why not?

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Year 5 Three Level Questioning TEACHER COPY - ANSWERS
Write full sentence answers. (worth 2 marks)
Literal (Right There) (worth 1 mark each)
1. Who was considered to be the leader of the miners in the Eureka stockade? A. The leader of the Eureka Stockade was Peter Lalor.
2. Today Queen Elizabeth the second is the head of state for Australia. Who was the head of state during the time of the Eureka stockade? A. The head of state during the time of the Eureka Stockade was Queen Victoria.
3. What countries did people come from in hope of finding gold in Ballarat. A. People came from England, Ireland, Germany, Italy, America and China as well as all parts of Australia searching for gold in Ballarat. (Must list all places).
4. At what time of the day did the troops attack the stockade? A. The troops attacked the stockade at dawn.
5. When was gold discovered in America? A. Gold was discovered in America in 1848.
Inferential (Think and Search) (worth 2 marks each)
6. The title of this text is ‘Eureka Stockade’. Why is it called this?
7. What do you think the author means when he said “Everyone was equal – gentlemen, labourers, farmers, ex-convicts and sons of noblemen”? A. There was no distinction based on wealth or social class as all the miners were confined in the same harsh environment and had to work hard to make do with what they could find.
8. What was the stockade that separated the miners from the police and troopers? A. The stockade that separated the miners from the police and troopers was a makeshift wooden barricade enclosing about an acre of the goldfields (along those lines) or fence, barrier.
9. What would the conditions have been like for the diggers?
10. Why do you think the diggers thought the hotel-keeper was guilty of murder?
Evaluative (On Your Own) (worth 3 marks each)
10. Why do you think Buninyong was called ‘sleepy’?
11. All miners had to pay a licence fee of 30 shillings per month prior to the Eureka Stockade. Was this fair or unfair, explain your reasoning.
12. Considering the miners original demands of the right to vote, better conditions and having the license abolished, do you think the Eureka stockade was successful and why or why not? A. Yes the miners were successful because their leaders were released from prison with the charges against them dropped, they were given the right to vote and although they did not completely abolish the license they had it reduced considerably. On top of this their elected leader, Peter Lalor, went on to become a successful politician who helped improve conditions for the people of Ballarat.

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