By:Susu, Madison, Trinity, Lizzy, Shelby, and Quniya
Our steps in our IB Exhibitionproject………
Second StepOur second step was picking our action plan. We had todecide what the main action would be for our project.We h...
First StepOur first step was picking our topic for our IB Exhibitionproject.We had many ideas but someone had the idea ofh...
Third StepOur third step was to educate kids all around ourschool. We were teaching the third and fourth graderson how ani...
Last StepThe last step was we had a fundraiser in our schoolcalled Pennies For Puppies. We got $328.01. The fieldtrip was ...
Form, Connection, and ReflectionForm- What is animal abuse?Connection- Are people who abuse animals proneto abusing humans...
AnswersForm- Animal abuse is a form of starving, hurting, orabandoning an animal purposely.Connection- Somebody who hurts ...
Central Idea and Lines Of InquiryCentral Idea - People’s actions have an effect on theworld.Lines Of Inquiry#1- People’s a...
Facts 70% of animal abusers have a criminal record. The most abused animal is the chicken. The most abused breed of dog...
More Facts In China, animals are put to death for fur. Over 1 million animals are treated cruelly. The states with the ...
About The InterviewOne of our group members went with her familymembers to look for a pet cat. There they had cats thathav...
The Interview What is animal cruelty?Treating animals not well and hurting them, akaneglecting them. How severe are some...
More Of The Interview What are some types of animal cruelty?No food, no water, hording, poor ventilation, physicallyhurti...
THANK YOU!!!!Thank you for watching our slide show. This wasdedicated to all the animals that have been hurt orhave died f...
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Animal Cruelty- Rm 21

  1. 1. By:Susu, Madison, Trinity, Lizzy, Shelby, and Quniya
  2. 2. Our steps in our IB Exhibitionproject………
  3. 3. Second StepOur second step was picking our action plan. We had todecide what the main action would be for our project.We had all agreed on raising money to educate kids onwhat animal cruelty is and why it’s bad.
  4. 4. First StepOur first step was picking our topic for our IB Exhibitionproject.We had many ideas but someone had the idea ofhelping animals that have been abandoned or injured.Then we took a vote and animal cruelty had the mostvotes.
  5. 5. Third StepOur third step was to educate kids all around ourschool. We were teaching the third and fourth graderson how animal cruelty effects us. There were someproblems but we did find a way to pull through thoseproblems.
  6. 6. Last StepThe last step was we had a fundraiser in our schoolcalled Pennies For Puppies. We got $328.01. The fieldtrip was going to help teach our class what animalcruelty is and why it’s bad.
  7. 7. Form, Connection, and ReflectionForm- What is animal abuse?Connection- Are people who abuse animals proneto abusing humans?Reflection- How can we help decrease animalabuse?
  8. 8. AnswersForm- Animal abuse is a form of starving, hurting, orabandoning an animal purposely.Connection- Somebody who hurts animals is morelikely to hurt humans.Reflection- We can educate people how to treatanimals kindly and humanely.
  9. 9. Central Idea and Lines Of InquiryCentral Idea - People’s actions have an effect on theworld.Lines Of Inquiry#1- People’s actions have a positiveeffect on the world.#2 Peoples actions have a negative effect on the world.#3 Taking action can have an effect on the world.
  10. 10. Facts 70% of animal abusers have a criminal record. The most abused animal is the chicken. The most abused breed of dog is the pitbull. 4 to 5 billion animals die in shelters each and everyyear. Many people who run puppy mills will sell thepuppies to make money.
  11. 11. More Facts In China, animals are put to death for fur. Over 1 million animals are treated cruelly. The states with the most animal cruelty laws areIdaho, Hawaii, Kentucky, Mississippi, and North Dakota. Every year millions of animals are put to death to makeclothing. 285 million hens are kept in cages so small they can’t evenmove a wing. Dog fighting and cockfighting are illegal in all 50 states.
  12. 12. About The InterviewOne of our group members went with her familymembers to look for a pet cat. There they had cats thathave been abused or treated cruelly. She askedsomeone who worked there about animal cruelty. Theshelter was called Second Hand Purrs. There our groupmember adopted a cat named Daphne.
  13. 13. The Interview What is animal cruelty?Treating animals not well and hurting them, akaneglecting them. How severe are some problems?Very bad and sometimes people get thrown in jailbecause of how severe it is. How many animals are abused a year?Around 50%
  14. 14. More Of The Interview What are some types of animal cruelty?No food, no water, hording, poor ventilation, physicallyhurting them, dog fighting, and puppy mills. What is a puppy mill?A puppy mill is breeding dogs over and over.Pssst… here’s a fact about puppy mills!!!!Sometimes dogs never get to see the sunlight becausethey’re always locked up.
  15. 15. THANK YOU!!!!Thank you for watching our slide show. This wasdedicated to all the animals that have been hurt orhave died from their owners.Please if there’s any questions at all. Please don’thesitate to ask any of us.P.S. Remember if you’re looking for us, please ask forMadison, Trinity, Lizzy, Shelby, Susu or Quniya toinform you if you don’t understand.

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