English Assessment - Year 10 Homelessness

English Assessment - Year 10 Homelessness

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English Assessment - Year 10 Homelessness

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  • There are currently 105,237 people in Australia who are homeless. The rate of homelessness is 49 out of every 10,000 people (0.5% of the population).  15,872 of those are children aged 12 and below. How can we help?  
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  • People become homeless due to a wide range of factors, some of these include addictions, family breakdowns, poor mental health and lack of employment as well as lack of affordable houses in an area. How can we Help?
  • If only I could have controlled my addiction.
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  • There are a lot of stereotypes thrown around about homeless people about why there are in the situation they are in, the most common is that they cannot be bothered to get a job but in fact, many do work and some multiple jobs trying to get an income they can survive on. How can we help?
  • Being homeless strips you of comfort, warmth and the security that others fell when they are at their own homes. Homeless people often get very sick in the winter because they can not stay warm at night time. How can we help?
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  • How can we help? how can YOU help?
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  • Arriving in cinemas August 2018
  • "No home to go to" By Hamish Elsworth, Nicholas Lee and Jacob Walker.
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