Write down the reasons why otters should and should not be protected in the wild.
Read the article on otters
Question: Otters live in water, but why? How did they evolve to become aquatic creatures? Clues: • Otters are closely related to weasels and badgers. • Otters have webbed feet, thick fur and a flattened tail for swimming. • There is evidence that otters were once land animals. In pairs: Select and solve one of the tasks: A. Draw a new species of otter that is a mix between a merlion and an otter. B. Design an aquatic environment for an otter and explain why you made the choices you did.
We should continue to protect otters in the wild. Do you agree?
'This house believes that we should protect otters in the wild! Do you agree? (Present your arguments in PEEL format)
Give a neutral standpoint when engaging in this argument.
Hope you have realized that we have used the Swing Plan here! (On one hand, on the other hand, on middle ground)
Draw a tree filled with mice instead of leaves.