Curlabull's Shop
Curlabull's Shop
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I am Mechelle Jacques, A secondary teacher with over 25 years experience of both science and animals. I am well known in the canine world for my curly coated retrievers and bracco italiano. I teach a lot of science and a little animal care and was the sole teacher of the BTEC Land Based Student of the Year 2017. In my spare time I work with dogs and their owners on training and behaviour problems as well as running a national breed rescue organisation.

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A powerpoint quiz to start the lesson and then a graph plotting activity to both practise plotting and analysis skills. Pupils can use their imagination to explain the graph they draw. The graph work is on canine eating and drinking and is set in a simple scenario. The numbers of the first data set are very simple to plot for less able students. The second data set is a little more challenging, both could be easliy adapted to your own students needs. Lesson fits with the BTEC First Level 2 Scheme of work for lesson 7 in Animal Care. Unit One Animal Health Topic A1 Monitoring Signs of good and ill health in animals.

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