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1 Flag of Sri Lanka Courtesy of footage.shutterstock.com THEORY PRESENTED BY: M. M. A. HAMDAN MUKTHAR (SRI LANKA) mr.ahamed.hamdan.mukthar@gmail.com Poster Presentation 2013 The Bloom's taxonomy theory in saving the animals and plants which are facing dangers in Sri Lanka.

2 1.Collect/gather the information about the issue regarding animals and plants. 2.Analyze the information collected whether it is true or not/acceptable or not. 3. Select the best information in order to solve the issue and list out the pros and cons. 4. Design the best and most suitable plane to solve the issue. 5.Check the created plane whether it will work or not. 6.Apply your plane in order to produce a valuable result by saving the animals and plants unique to our country. The Bloom's taxonomy theory in saving the animals and plants which are facing dangers in Sri Lanka. Statement of the Problem & Proposal Assumptions of the Study Statement of the Thesis Background & Urgency of the Problem Animals and plants in Sri Lanka are facing the danger of decrease in numbers. Government authorities are careless about this issue. Can understand easily in English language. Previous methods to save the animals and plants have failed. I will create a colourful and meaningful poster in 3 weeks about high level dangers face by the plants and animals in my country and how to save them for future of my country with 7 pictures and 6 reasons in English language as a service to my country. The people of Sri Lanka can understand examples shown in pictures with Sinhala and English text. Posters can give more information because of the visuals or pictures which we use in posters. Pictures speak a thousand words. Government of Sri Lanka who are struggling to save the plants and animals can use a poster made in 3 weeks that shows 4 pictures about the plants and animals and designed in Sinhala language to save our country’s plants and animals for future in 3 years. Government of Sri Lanka who are struggling to save, care, and protect the plants and animals can use the principles of blooms’ taxonomy theory in a poster made in 3 weeks that shows 4 colourful pictures about the plants and animals, 6 reasons and designed in Sinhala and English language for 6 months to save our country’s plants and animals for future in 3 years. Mohamed Mukthar Ahamed Hamdan Mukthar, 22/2, Nankurugama, Mawanella, Sri Lanka 71500,(mr.ahamed.hamdan.mukthar@gmail.com) G05 SHL1013 Professional English (08 December 2013) Theoretical Background Theoretical Application Proposed Poster Design The theory of bloom’s taxonomy is. Bloom’s taxonomy refers to a classification of the different objectives that educators set for students (learning objectives). Bloom's taxonomy divides educational objectives into three "domains": Cognitive, Affective, and Psychomotor (sometimes loosely described as knowing/head, feeling/heart and doing/hands respective ly). In another three weeks this poster will be catching the awareness of people and it will help to make interest amongst the people the people to read and understand the main theme of the poster. Methodology Projected Challenges & Solutions References About the Writer Timeline & Implementation Strategy Week 1: Collect the details about the issue. Week 2: Analyze the details and design the poster. Week 3: Distribute/implement posters. Lack of readers – The main problem is most of the people will not read the posters. Solution- Some colorful visuals in poster will make more awareness (Doerte Peters (seecon international gmbh)). People doesn’t know about the topic - Most of the people have no ideas about the topic. Solution – Problem statement, assumption, and thesis statement will help to make more awareness among the people. Arluke, Arnold. 2006. Just a Dog: Understanding Animal Cruelty and Ourselves (Animals, Culture, and Society). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Temple University Press. http://www.temple.edu/tempress/ http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1592134726/ Arluke, Arnold. 2007. Brute Force: Policing Animal Cruelty. West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Press. http://www.thepress.purdue.edu/ http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1557534500/ Arluke, Arnold and Celeste Killeen. 2009. Inside Animal Hoarding. West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Press. http://www.thepress.purdue.edu/ http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1557535116/ Ascione, Frank R. 2005. Children and Animals: Exploring the Roots of Kindness. West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University Press. http://www.thepress.purdue.edu/ Choat et al (2012) Global convergence in the vulnerability of forests to drought Nature 491 p752 - investigations of different tree species shows that all forests, including wet forests, are equally. Erskine et al. (2012) Sustaining metal loving plants in mining regions Scinece 337 p1172 - metallophytes are needed for restorations projects on mining sites but the species are being neglected Kappelmann, D. The Louis Kappelmann farm on Bouef Creek in Franklin & Gasconade Co. Missouri (website http:// boeufcreeknature.com hay meadows Biological Conservation Hamdan Mukthar is an Information and Technology Scholar of Albukhary International University. His experience and interest in animals, plants and his previous researches made him to make this project a successful one. Main Image Here One of efforts to care the elephants in Sri Lanka. Taken in Elephant orphanage Pinnawela, Sri Lanka. How to Save Animals and Plants without Fading Away. “Let’s care the animals and plants as we do with our people”. Image Here A tree frog leaps into list of Endemic Amphibians Image Here Sri Lankas’ most unique plant. Can see in rain forests. Infant Hog Deer bottle-fed by zoo members. www.awpasl.org FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT HAMDAN, Tel: +60123385281 Research Questions Can people from all parts of Sri Lanka understand examples shown in pictures with English text? Can posters guide people in saving animals and plants for future? Can posters display in each and every shops and public places help improve the spirit of saving animals and plants? Can the theory of bloom’s taxonomy help increase the interest and volunteerism of saving animals and plants among the people? AIU logo courtesy of www.aiu.com; Sri Lankan flag image courtesy of srilanka.for91days.com. srilanka.for91days.com Image 1 courtesy of novataxa.blogspot.com. Image 2 courtesy of botany.org. Image 3 courtesy of discover-srilanka.blogspot.com. Image 4 courtesy of tinroofgardens.blogspot.com. Image 5 courtesy of permaculturenews.org. botany.org discover-srilanka.blogspot.com tinroofgardens.blogspot.com permaculturenews.org A herbal you can see around Sri Lanka. commons.wikimedia.org The plant overlifolia 1 2 3 4 5 6 7


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