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Animal  Welfare
Animal  Welfare
Animal  Welfare
Animal  Welfare
Animal  Welfare
Animal  Welfare
Animal  Welfare
Animal  Welfare
Animal  Welfare
Animal  Welfare
Animal  Welfare
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Animal Welfare

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  • 1. Animal Welfare
  • 2. Citizenship Criteria
    • Research and communication skills concerning an ethical issue
    • The work of non government organisations
  • 3. Aim
    • To produce a short documentary film investigating animal welfare in order to better understand issues relating to the treatment of animals in the U.K.
  • 4. Objectives
    • Research some animal welfare issues.
    • Plan and storyboard a short documentary film about animal welfare issues.
    • Produce a short film documentary on animal welfare.
    • Watch and critique another groups film.
    • Write a critical review on the film you have watched.
  • 5. Resources
    • Plain A4 paper
    • Laptop PC’s with internet connection
    • Internet sites on animal welfare
    • Handouts on animal welfare
    • Video recorders
    • Location: School farm
  • 6. Instructions
    • Research information about animal welfare issues from the internet and from the information sheets.
    • Plan out and produce a storyboard for your documentary, which should last no longer than ten minutes.
    • Shoot your documentary film and edit it for presentation.
    • Watch, review and critique another groups film.
    In your groups you must:
  • 7. Any Questions?
  • 8. Websites
    • http://www.ifaw.org/ifaw/general/default.aspx
    • http://www.ufaw.org.uk/
    • http://www.defra.gov.uk/animalh/animindx.htm
    • http://www.animal-info.net/
    • http://www.pighealth.com/welfare.htm
    • http://www.rspca.org.uk
    • http://www.tescofarming.com/navigate.php?go=cop1&where=a
  • 9. Lesson 1
    • Introduce objectives
    • Conduct research
    • Storyboard
  • 10. Lesson 2
    • Make film
    • Show to class
    • Evaluate films
  • 11. Film Evaluation
    • Does the film explain its view point on animal welfare?
    • Is the film well made technically e.g. can you see and hear? Is it steady?
    • Was the film interesting? Did it hit its target audience?

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