Students will work with the teacher to sequence the illustrations from the storybook Kylie the Kangaroo’s Broken Tail and devise a caption for each image. By interpreting these illustrations and discussing their ideas, students will develop an awareness of the problem of native animals being hit by cars.
RSPCA approved learning resources that have curriculum links.
This School Pack is a mini unit of 6 Qld curriculum linked lessons and includes student leadership ideas, recipes, activities, decoration tips, RSPCA info.
Lesson plan 2 of 3 for Storyboards Mini Unit. Objective: In pairs, students will complete a ‘proposal’ for AHA! (an animal welfare group in America) using a storyboard.
Lesson plan 1 of 3 for Storyboards Mini Unit. Objective: This lesson plan introduces students to the storyboard genre, including techniques that are used by the media.
In this lesson students design a proposal to present to their parents/guardians. This proposal will illustrate their understanding of the responsibility of owning a pet.
By designing their own pet, students will learn that different animals have certain requirements to stay healthy and happy and need care throughout their lives.
The objective of this lesson is to assist students in understanding the role of the RSPCA. This lesson would be an ideal to complete prior to a ‘Shelter Visit’.
This lesson aims to introduce students to the various styles of commercial egg production, and teach them how to differentiate between the types of eggs on the market.
In this activity, by reflecting on the fact that animals have feelings too, it is hoped that students will begin to develop kindness and empathy.
Students will explore different techniques for creating a pet portrait. They will use captions to describe the emotions shown by the animals in the portrait.