15th October 2004 at 01:00
KS 2-4

Using the article and websites:

* research the role of science in citizenship issues

* explore how political activity might offer solutions to sea turtle extinction

* examine the "rights of living creatures" and human responsibilities towards them (causes and consequences of wildlife extinction)

* educate their peers about endangered species through assemblies, displays, drama, music, art and projects

* Create a campaign of their own based on the ideas and methods used by sea turtle protection organisations.

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