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Farming Mystery Barn Owl
Farming Mystery Barn Owl
Farming Mystery Barn Owl
Farming Mystery Barn Owl
Farming Mystery Barn Owl
Farming Mystery Barn Owl
Farming Mystery Barn Owl
Farming Mystery Barn Owl
Farming Mystery Barn Owl
Farming Mystery Barn Owl
Farming Mystery Barn Owl
Farming Mystery Barn Owl
Farming Mystery Barn Owl
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  • 1. Farming Mystery Year 11 Geography Spring Term 2009
  • 2. Lesson Objectives – THINK ?!?!?
  • 3. The Barn Owl Click for Video 1 Video 2 Video close up Click for sound Barn owl trust Adult call Young
  • 4. The Farmland - mixed
  • 5. The Farmland - arable
  • 6. FIELD MARGIN Good for barn owls! ARABLE LAND HEDGEROW The main parts of an arable field
  • 7. Barn Owl Prey – field vole
  • 8. Lesson Objectives To identify the barn owl as a farmland species ( D ) To explain the habitat requirements of the barn owl ( C ) To suggest reasons how farmers can encourage barn owls to breed on their farm ( B-A ) To explain what is meant by biodiversity indicator (using barn owl as a case study ) ( A* )
  • 9. The mystery…. Why was young Tyto found dead on the A53?
  • 10. The Evidence….
  • 11.
    • In groups – OPEN THE ENVELOPE and SORT THE CARDS
    • 10 minutes – use the A3 sheet to help arrange the statements
    • Feedback
    • Use the new A3 sorting sheet to help arrange and on the whiteboard come up with a detailed answer to main Question. 10 mins
    • Group Feedback
    Task ….
  • 12. Lesson Objectives - RECAP To identify the barn owl as a farmland species ( D ) To explain the habitat requirements of the barn owl ( C ) To suggest reasons how farmers can encourage barn owls to breed on their farm ( B-A ) To explain what is meant by biodiversity indicator (using barn owl as a case study ) ( A* )
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