Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Animals Protect Themselves

All living things protect themselves from enemies and extreme weather. What happens if living things are unable to protect themselves? In this chapter will focus on protection which is very important to living things to ensure the survival of the species. The concept of this topic is to know how animals and plants protect themselves. In this topic, living things are divided into two; animals and plants. From these pupils will know the characteristics and behavior for animals and plants protect themselves from danger and extreme weather such as hot and cold. 
In these learning objectives, pupils are able to identify special characteristics and behavior of animals that protect themselves from danger. Pupils are also able to describe how these special characteristics and behaviour of animals help to protect them from danger. For this topic, we choose to teach about how animals protect themselves from danger. Pupils have to identify the characteristics and behaviour of the animals to protect themselves from danger. Plants have their special characteristics for their adaptation to nature and they also have their natural defenses to protect them from enemies. 
Animals also have their own behaviour to protect them. Animals have to protect themselves from danger to stay alive. They need to protect themselves from other animals that may want to kill them for food. For example, a deer have to protect itself from a tiger. Animals also need to protect themselves from human beings who mat harm them. For example, a pangolin will roll up into a ball-like shape to protect itself.