This May Be Obsolete
- Since some webmasters often change the design of their websites, the links on our treasure hunt pages may get "not found" error messages.
- Though some of these may still be functional, we do not maintain this section of our website anymore.
- We have left these online as examples of how to create a similar activity for your own students.
- At the time we began this project, many teachers did not have websites, so we offered space on our server for teachers to share their activities.
- Now, it is very easy for teachers to put up their own websites and create activities like these for their own students.
Finding Various Things
Visit these links to find the answers to the questions.
An Internet Treasure Hunt for ESL Students
Use the currency converter to find the answers to these
- What is today's headline?
- What is the weather forecast?
- What is one Australian dollar worth in American dollars?
- How much is an Australian dollar worth in the currency from your country?
Look at the section on Help for Migrants.
- How much is the weekly home loan repayment if you borrow $100,000 over 25
years at 7%?
(Hint: Click the link to 'calculators'. When you get to the page you may
need to scroll down a little to see the answer.)
- On what days
can a Cambodian speaker get telephone help to speak to Centrelink?
- Can you find a job that would be suitable for
- Can you find a newspaper from your country?
- If so, what
is it called?
- What is the headline?
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