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Livestock farming
• Instinct and intelligence in farm animals
• How intensive farming has developed
• Selective breeding
•...
Vocabulary- translate into Spanish
1. selective breeding
2. free-range
3. Crowded
4. battery (eggs)
5. lame
6. barn
7. dus...
• Price vs
• Quality
Pig farming in the EU
• Where do we draw the line? What is your opinión?
• What is ilegal in the Sweden and the UK?
• When...
Contrast – watch video and complete
Intensive systems Extensive systems
What do you want to eat?
Contrast – watch the video and
complete
Intensive systems
•Eating tails of other pigs
•Lack of space leads to
competition ...
For decades, our farm animals have been disappearing from our fields as our
food industry has gone global. Every year, we ...
Criteria C Thinking critically
1-2 Does not attempt to analyse key factors to show knowledge of advantages and disadvantag...
Criteria D Communicating
1-2 Does not use punctuation, capitals. Lacks facts (practices in livestock farming, both intensi...
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  1. 1. Livestock farming • Instinct and intelligence in farm animals • How intensive farming has developed • Selective breeding • Free-range farming • Food chains and efficient food production • You choose what to eat • Campaigns about intensive farming Material downloaded from Compassion in World Farming website http://www.ciwf.org.uk/
  2. 2. Vocabulary- translate into Spanish 1. selective breeding 2. free-range 3. Crowded 4. battery (eggs) 5. lame 6. barn 7. dust-bathing 8. caged 9. slaughterhouse 10. for the sake of 11. calve 12. rearing/breeding a) de corral/ outdoor b) ternera c) por el bien de d) granero/gallinero e) baños de tierra f) enjaulado g) aglomerado h) matadero i) cría selectiva j) de criadero intensivo/de batería k) criar
  3. 3. • Price vs • Quality
  4. 4. Pig farming in the EU • Where do we draw the line? What is your opinión? • What is ilegal in the Sweden and the UK? • When will this be ilegal in after 4 weeks of pregnancy in the EU? • What is the problem highlighted by the video? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uK--0lqYYh8
  5. 5. Contrast – watch video and complete Intensive systems Extensive systems What do you want to eat?
  6. 6. Contrast – watch the video and complete Intensive systems •Eating tails of other pigs •Lack of space leads to competition for space •Tail docking (cutting) -90% of EU pigs •Competition for milk by piglets •Pulling of piglets teeth •Castration without anaesthetic Extensive systems •High welfare •8 hours of activity •Outdoor life •Compassionate farming •Free range (in freedom) •Straw bedding provided •France, Germany, UK have some examples What do you want to eat?
  7. 7. For decades, our farm animals have been disappearing from our fields as our food industry has gone global. Every year, we farm nearly 70 billion animals for meat, milk and eggs. By the time you finish reading this sentence, around 4,000 farm animals will have been slaughtered. We no longer know for certain what is entering the food chain and what we are eating – as the UK horsemeat scandal demonstrated. Most farm animals are now raised in factory farms – intensive systems that produce vast quantities of seemingly cheap meat, milk and eggs. But this industry endangers everything we hold dear: our health; our livelihoods; our countryside; the welfare of animals. Find out more about the dangers of factory farming. - See more at: http://www.raw.info/farmageddon#sthash.bkJJO7rQ.dpuf Translate into Spanish the paragraphs above. Can you think of three points to counter-argue this message? Write at least 60 words giving the other side of the story.
  8. 8. Criteria C Thinking critically 1-2 Does not attempt to analyse key factors to show knowledge of advantages and disadvantages of intensive livestock farming, limited to mentioning basic concepts without linking or contrasting. Does not use the required connectives to develop a well organised point of view. Does not give a basic introduction to the aim of the Primary Sector in the economy. Does not use vocabulary specific to the unit. 3-4 Makes a basic attempt to analyse key factors to show knowledge of advantages and disadvantages of intensive livestock farming, mentions some basic concepts but lacks effective links or contrasts. The required connectives to develop a personal and critical point of view are barely present. Gives a basic introduction to the aim of the Primay Sector and livestock farming within this sector. Uses some vocabulary specific to the unit. 5-6 Has some success in analysing key factors showing that there are both advantages and disadvantages of intensive livestock farming, uses key concepts and also links or contrasts ideas. The required connectives to develop a personal and well informed critical point of view tend to be present. Shows satisfactory knowledge of the aim of the Primay Sector and livestock farming within this sector. Uses some vocabulary specific to the unit. 7-8 Succeeds in analysing key factors showing that there are both advantages and disadvantages of intensive livestock farming, uses key concepts competently and also links or contrasts idea to form well developed arguments. The required connectives to develop a well informed critical point of view are present. Shows competent knowledge the aim of the Primay Sector and livestock farming within this sector. Uses most of the vocabulary specific to the unit. This Critical Essay will be assessed with the following criteria. Criteria C Thinking critically Criteria D Communicating (see below)
  9. 9. Criteria D Communicating 1-2 Does not use punctuation, capitals. Lacks facts (practices in livestock farming, both intensive and extensive) and data (statistics, figures) to support argument. Ideas are not organized in paragraphs. Text is not well presented (margins, clear handwriting). 3-4 Some facts (practices in livestock farming, both intensive and extensive) and data (statistics, figures) support argument. Ideas show some organization, though still without paragraphs. Text is not well presented (margins, clear handwriting). 5-6 Facts and dates are given often to support argument or ideas given. Ideas tend to be well organized in well developed sentences. The argument is organized paragraphs sometimes. Ideas tend to be organized in a fluid text with reasons for most points of view given. Text tends to be well presented (margins, clear handwriting). 7-8 Facts and dates are always given often to support argument or ideas given. Often ideas are well organized in well developed sentences. The argument is organized paragraphs mostly. Ideas are organized in a fluid text with reasons for most points of view given. Text tends to be well presented (margins, clear handwriting).
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