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  • 1. Mr. Estrella
  • 2. 5 - 2
  • 3.  Whaling brought whales to the verge of extinction.  Banned or greatly limited by international convention. Today, some species seem on the rise, others do not seem to be recovering. Chapter5Pages5-88&5-89 Reality of Whaling - Part 1 Reality of Whaling - Part 2
  • 4.  People have hunted seals for their fur and manatees for meat. 5 - 4 Seal Hunting for Fur
  • 5.  Overfishing raise new threats.  Because of their high metabolisms and energy demands, marine mammals require highly productive environments to survive. 5 - 5
  • 6. Towing the trawl along (benthic trawling) or close to (demersal trawling) the sea floor results in:  Lack of selectivity resulting in Bycatch.  Destruction on ocean bottom, i.e coral shattering, habitat damage & removal of seaweed. 5 - 6
  • 7.  Dolphins have been killed as bycatch in tuna fishing.  Bottom trawling GP 5 - 7 Chapter5Pages5-88&5-89 MarineMammals–WarmBloodinColdWater
  • 8.  Bottom Trawling Destruction 5 - 8
  • 9.  Pollution  Pollution often weakens marine mammals’ immune system, thereby making it difficult to fight off infections.  Pollution can also be ingested causing serious illness and death. 5 - 9 Chapter5Pages5-88&5-89 MarineMammals–WarmBloodinColdWater JUNK sails
  • 10.  Ocean Animal Emergency 5 - 10
  • 11. Pirate' Fishing – PSA Pirate Fish on Your Plate - Channel4 5 - 11
  • 12. 1. Pirate Fishing: what is it, why is it a problem? 2. Bycatch: what is it? Why is it a problem? 3. Bottom Trawling 4. What are the dangers of marine pollution, such as plastics. 5. Where are seals bashed in the head and what are they used for? What can people do to help stop that? 6. What environmental cause most concerns you? Why? 7. How can you help regarding your concern? 5 - 12 Environmental Issues Get to work… I’m serious.
  • 13. a U.S. non-profit organization founded in 1947 out of concern for cruelties of the use of steel- jawed leg-hold traps for trapping fur-bearing animals. The organization’s original mission was focused on North American mammals. Today, the organization's mission is broader and includes preservation and conservation actions concerning organisms, both animals and plants, preservation of biodiversity, and threats to habitats.
  • 14. a US charitable environmental organization that works to preserve the plants, animals, and natural communities that represent the diversity of life on Earth by protecting the lands and waters they need to survive. Founded in 1951, works in more than 30 countries, including the United States. The Nature Conservancy is the Americas' third-largest nonprofit by assets.
  • 15. GP – Inspiring GP Chernobyl polar bear Chernobyl Disaster Discovery In over 40 countries. Its goal is to "ensure the ability of the Earth to nurture life in all its diversity" and focuses its work on world wide issues such as global warming, deforestation, overfishing, commercial whaling and anti- nuclear issues. Greenpeace uses direct action, lobbying and research to achieve its goals. More than 2.8 million individual supporters and foundation grants.
  • 16. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is an American animal rights organization based in Norfolk, Virginia, and led by Ingrid Newkirk, its international president. A non-profit corporation with 300 employees and two million members and supporters, it says it is the largest animal rights group in the world. Its slogan is "animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, or use for entertainment." PETA Martha Stewart China Killing For Fur China Dog Cat Fur PETA Family Guy
  • 17. The Sierra Club is the oldest, largest, and most influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States The Sierra Club's mission is: To explore, enjoy, and protect the wild places of the earth; To practice and promote the responsible use of the earth's ecosystems and resources; To educate and enlist humanity to protect and restore the quality of the natural and human environment
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  • 19.  You will hear some people speak badly about these organizations.  Ask, what they are doing to make the world a better place?  These organizations are made mostly of volunteers. Even if you don’t agree, at least give them the respect for trying to make the world a better place for all of us.
  • 20. Choose an environmental or animal cause with a non-profit organization:  Anti-Fur – pick one fur type, where the animals come from, show how they are killed. Volunteer jobs? Web site. Their mission statement. Membership info. Year founded. Color logo.  Environmental Organizations – information on organization, including membership, mission statement, and volunteer jobs. Web site. Yr. Founded. Color logo.  Wildlife / Animal Organizations / Animal Rehabilitation- Information on them, including membership, mission statement and volunteer jobs. Web site. Yr. Founded. Color logo.
  • 21. Poster: •On front right bottom corner of poster include; •Your full name – Typed •Period - Typed •Picture of their “logo” on top right. – Color preferred. •At least one large picture and a few others. •Creativity will earn extra points. •Typed web site in large letters on bottom of poster. -Ex. www.whatever.org That is all a website should be.
  • 22. Poster: • Use bullets for information about the organizations. • First bullet: Their mission statement •Include at least 3 things (typed) they do or have done. •Times Roman 16-18 size font • Double space. • I will ask you for definitions of certain words you use on your poster. • Good grammar & spelling. (on back of poster write “Proof Read By ______” • Be Neat – don’t bend poster.
  • 23. Green Peace Surfrider Foundation Friends of the Earth World watch Institute Earth Policy Institute Environment California Environmental Working Group Earth watch Institute Earth Island Institute Nature Conservancy North coast Environmental Center Sierra Club Environmental Defense Fund Defenders of Wildlife National Audubon Society PETA Union of Concerned Scientists CA Native Plant Society Natural Resources Defense Council OPA Californians for Alternatives to Toxics Cal Trout World Wildlife Fund Heal The Bay Environmental Protection Information Center Anti Fur Society California Wilderness Coalition Biological Diversity CA League of Conservation Voters National Wildlife Federation Los Angeles Audubon Society Friends of the L.A. River Wildlife Conservation Society Earth First U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (Fed.) CA Fish & Game (State) Environmental Protection Agency (Fed) NOAA (Fed.)
  • 24. 5 - 24 Poster: A: 45-50 B: 40-44 C: 33-39 D: 25-32  Name & Per. R-bottom - ___/ 2  Logo – Top Right - ___ / 3  Mission of organization – ___ /5  3 or more examples of their current or past work – bulk of your presentation – ___/ 12  Local, state, national, international? -___/ 5  Membership info. – ___ / 5  Are volunteer jobs available? – ___ /5  Web site address, bottom – ___ /5  Pictures (at least 3) - ___ / 5  Creativity - ___ / 3
  • 25.  SPEECH: Do not read from your poster – use index card (10 things)  Video Clip? If you have one, send me the link or write it down and I’ll copy it. (restrell@lausd.net) – 5  Answer 5 questions – 5  Organization name  Mission of organization – 5  3 or more examples of their current or past work – bulk of your presentation (about 3 minutes) – 5  Local, state, national, international? - 5  Membership info. – 3  Volunteer jobs available – 3  Web site. – 2  Conclusion – what did you like about the organization? – 2  Volume of Speech - 5  Eye Contact - 5  2:30 minute mark - 5 5 - 25 A: 45-50 B: 40-44 C: 33-39 D: 25-32
  • 26.  Have your family join one of the organizations you heard about in class or see on the wall. Bring the membership card or letter you will get in the mail as proof. Your name should be on it. – 5% extra credit.  Include an essay on why you chose that organization.  Intro to your concern  Body – write about the concern in detail. How does this org. help? What are a couple of things we do to help solve the problem?  Conclusion
  • 27. 5 - 28 Or contribute and the class will join an organization Dude, really? You don’t have two dollas! Really?
  • 28.  Index card (10 bullet sentences)  Look towards the computers if nervous  Speak Up! - Don’t mumble  Be serious during presentations  Remember, almost everyone here will be nervous in front of the class.  Let me know a day ahead of time of video clip if you have one and e-mail me the link. To restrell@lausd.net
  • 29. Speech- Student: _________________________ Per. ______  Organization ____________________  Mission of organization – ____ / 5  3 or more examples of their current or past work – bulk of your presentation (about 3 minutes) – ____ / 5  Local, state, national, international? - ___ / 5  Membership info. – ____ / 3  Volunteer jobs available – ____ / 3  Web site. – ____ / 2  Conclusion – what did you like about the organization? – ____ / 2  Video Clip? . –____ / 5  Volume of Speech -____ / 5  Eye Contact -____ / 5  2:30 minute mark - ____ / 5 Questions - ___/ 5 5 - 30 Speech- Student: _________________________ Per. ______  Organization ____________________  Mission of organization – ____ / 5  3 or more examples of their current or past work – bulk of your presentation (about 3 minutes) – ____ / 5  Local, state, national, international? - ___ / 5  Membership info. – ____ / 3  Volunteer jobs available – ____ / 3  Web site. – ____ / 2  Conclusion – what did you like about the organization? – ____ / 2  Video Clip? . –____ / 5  Volume of Speech -____ / 5  Eye Contact -____ / 5  2:30 minute mark - ____ / 5 Questions- ___/5 Speech- Student: _________________________ Per. ______  Organization ____________________  Mission of organization – ____ / 5  3 or more examples of their current or past work – bulk of your presentation (about 3 minutes) – ____ / 5  Local, state, national, international? - ___ / 5  Membership info. – ____ / 3  Volunteer jobs available – ____ / 3  Web site. – ____ / 2  Conclusion – what did you like about the organization? – ____ / 2  Video Clip? . –____ / 5  Volume of Speech -____ / 5  Eye Contact -____ / 5  2:30 minute mark - ____ / 5 Questions ___/ 5 Speech- Student: _________________________ Per. ______  Organization ____________________  Mission of organization – ____ / 5  3 or more examples of their current or past work – bulk of your presentation (about 3 minutes) – ____ / 5  Local, state, national, international? - ___ / 5  Membership info. – ____ / 3  Volunteer jobs available – ____ / 3  Web site. – ____ / 2  Conclusion – what did you like about the organization? – ____ / 2  Video Clip? . –____ / 5  Volume of Speech -____ / 5  Eye Contact -____ / 5  2:30 minute mark - ____ / 5 Questions ___/ 5
  • 30. Poster: A: 45-50 B: 40-44 C: 33-39 D: 25-32  Name & Per. R-bottom - ___/ 2  Logo – Top Right - ___ / 2  Mission of organization – ___ /5  3 or more examples of their current or past work – bulk of your presentation – ___/ 10  Local, state, national, international? -___/ 5  Membership info. – ___ / 5  Are volunteer jobs available? – ___ /5  Web site address, bottom – ___ /5  Pictures (at least 3) - ___ / 5  Creativity - ___ / 3  Proofread / Spelling __/3 5 - 31 Poster: A: 45-50 B: 40-44 C: 33-39 D: 25-32  Name & Per. R-bottom - ___/ 2  Logo – Top Right - ___ / 2  Mission of organization – ___ /5  3 or more examples of their current or past work – bulk of your presentation – ___/ 10  Local, state, national, international? -___/ 5  Membership info. – ___ / 5  Are volunteer jobs available? – ___ /5  Web site address, bottom – ___ /5  Pictures (at least 3) - ___ / 5  Creativity - ___ / 3  Proofread / Spelling __/3 Poster: A: 45-50 B: 40-44 C: 33-39 D: 25-32  Name & Per. R-bottom - ___/ 2  Logo – Top Right - ___ / 2  Mission of organization – ___ /5  3 or more examples of their current or past work – bulk of your presentation – ___/ 10  Local, state, national, international? -___/ 5  Membership info. – ___ / 5  Are volunteer jobs available? – ___ /5  Web site address, bottom – ___ /5  Pictures (at least 3) - ___ / 5  Creativity - ___ / 3  Proofread / Spelling __/3 Poster: A: 45-50 B: 40-44 C: 33-39 D: 25-32  Name & Per. R-bottom - ___/ 2  Logo – Top Right - ___ / 2  Mission of organization – ___ /5  3 or more examples of their current or past work – bulk of your presentation – ___/ 10  Local, state, national, international? -___/ 5  Membership info. – ___ / 5  Are volunteer jobs available? – ___ /5  Web site address, bottom – ___ /5  Pictures (at least 3) - ___ / 5  Creativity - ___ / 3  Proofread / Spelling __/3

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