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From Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority:
Join forces with Pirate Jack. He needs your help to solve eight problems and find the hidden treasure. Use the map to work your way through the obstacles one by one and in the right order. Apply your maths and literacy skills to make sure you collect the correct item before tackling the next obstacle. For example, youll need to order a set of words from coldest to hottest to find a lantern before you can explore a dark cave. Use different strategies to solve the clues, and youll find the booty. This learning object is one in a series of three objects. Key learning objectives: - Students analyse problems by using a range of strategies, including interpreting clues, intuition, and trial and error. - Students solve problems by using literacy and numeracy skills. Educational value: - Provides opportunities for students to solve problems using their literacy and numeracy skills within the context of a pirate treasure map. - Encourages the use of trial and error to discover the correct sequence of problem solving. - Includes a variety of problem types which focus on, for example, spelling, shapes, visual cues, word knowledge, addition of numbers and time.