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1 Animal Testing This information is not deemed 100% fact and does not reflect the opinion of your teacher. This information is available on the internet

2 Know Understand Do! Know Types of Companion and Lab Animals Common products tested on animals Controversies associated with animal testing Understand o The difference between a Companion and Lab Animal o Why we must test on animals o Animal Testing’s role in Industries Do Define Lab vs Companion and Animal Rights VS Welfare Explain the purpose of animal testing in today’s soceity Analyze the need for animal testing

3 Key Learning: Animal Testing Unit EQ: Why is animal testing controversial, but also needed? Concept : Testing Lesson EQ: In what industries is animal testing utilized? Vocab Draize Eye Test Restraints Concept : Lab Animals Lesson EQ: How is a lab animal different from a companion? Vocab Albino Lab Animal Concept : Review Companion Animals Lesson EQ: How is a companion animal defined? Vocab Companion Animal Animal Rights Animal Welfare

4 Animal Testing Companion Animal Review

5 Objectives Identify companion animals Define their purpose Explore : “What makes a companion animal, a companion animal?”

6 Essential Question Key Learning: Animal Testing Concept : Review Companion Animals Lesson EQ: How is a companion animal defined? Vocab Companion Animal Animal Rights Animal Welfare Unit EQ: Why is animal testing controversial, but also needed?

7 Review of Companion Animals For the animals listed below give the –Animal –3 Facts –1-2 Reasons Why you think it’s a good companion animal? Dogs, Cats, Fish, Rabbit, Gpig, Chins, Reptiles, Hamsters, Rats/Mice, Amphibians

8 What is a companion animal? Animal not used for work. “ a pet”

9 Think Write Share: Extension Question THINK –What are defining characteristics of a companion animal? WRITE –3-5 Sentences Giving Examples SHARE –With you face partner

10 Take Home Activity Research for use next class –What are the top 5 most common companion animals are used in experimentation and lab procedures? Extend –Why do you think THESE animals are used vs others?

11 Animal Testing Lab Animals

12 Objectives Identify lab animals Define lab animal use Explore controversy surrounding animal testing Debate the use of animals for testing

13 Essential Question Key Learning: Animal Testing Unit EQ: Why is animal testing controversial, but also needed? Concept : Lab Animals Lesson EQ: How is a lab animal different from a companion? Vocab Albino Lab Animal *Animal Rights/Welfare

14 Essential Question What types of products are tested on animals?

15 What is a Lab Animal? Animal used in experiments to benefit others. Human or Animals

16 Common Characteristics of Lab Animals (A combination of any of the following) White in color (no favorites) = Albino Easy to maintain in small space Body system reacts or is built similar to humans Reproduce quickly

17 Review BACK to Companion Animal Add to your Review Notes –Which animals fit into the categories below. Some may fit in more than one category. Access and utilize your prior knowledge about anatomy/care etc. to help you (Can come in) Albino Easy Care in Small Space Body Systems similar to humans (include WHAT system you THINK it is (skin, digestion, etc) Reproduce quickly

18 Think Write Share: Extension Question THINK –Which animal would you feel comfortable “testing” on and why? WRITE –3-5 Sentences Giving Examples SHARE –With you face partner

19 Class Activity History of Animal Testing –2 Articles will be Shared Medical Advances: Historical Timeline A Critical Look at Animal Experi: Historical Impact –Read in your Group of 4 Round Robin these Sections –Take notes (you’ll be summarizing later so make ‘em good!) –15 minutes and then we switch

20 Read/Summarize/Share Activity 1. Check what seat number YOU ARE 2. Starting at seat 1 –Read an “item” or 5 sentences 3. Seat 2: –Summarize in 5-10 words –EVERYONE WRITE THIS DOWN 4. Seat 3: Read an “item” or 5 sentences 3. Seat 4: –Summarize in 5-10 words –EVERYONE WRITE THIS DOWN –ONE talk ALL write 1 READS ALL LISTEN 1 SPEAKS ALL WRITE Rotate

21 Big Ideas: Think/Write/Share/Discuss Why do we use animal testing (according to history)? What animals are used for testing? What common ailments are “helped” with animal testing?

22 Take Home Activity Choosing an animal and ailment you discovered today… –What is the ailment? –What was the animal used? –Explain the “testing” done on that animal to help that ailment (requires online research) 5-10 sentences

23 Animal Testing Experimentation

24 Essential Question Key Learning: Animal Testing Unit EQ: Why is animal testing controversial, but also needed? Concept : Testing Lesson EQ: In what industries is animal testing utilized? Vocab Draize Eye Test Restraints

25 Discuss with Partner: Do you use any of these ?

26 Let’s Review your Take Home Activity Explain the “testing” done on that animal to help that ailment (requires online research) –Pair/Share

27 What tests are performed? Skin testing –Make Up Cleaning Products Repellents Hair Products Growth and Organ testing –Transplant organs

28 What tests are performed? Draize Eye Irritancy Test –Rabbits –Animals restrained, lids kept open –Serum administered to eyes –Over a period of 72 hours, eyes are checked for levels of irritancy Protects companies from putting warning labels about adverse effects

29 What tests are performed? Lethal Dose –Determines amount of product that results in death –LD 50 + means that specific amount killed 50% or more of test subjects

30 Class Activity Purpose /Use of Animal Testing –2 Articles will be Shared Medical Advances pgs 6-13 A Critical Look at Animal Experi: Contemporary Animal Experimentation –Read in your Group of 4 Round Robin these Sections –Take notes (you’ll be summarizing later so make ‘em good!) –15 minutes and then we switch

31 Read/Summarize/Share Activity 1. Check what seat number YOU ARE 2. Starting at seat 1 –Read an “item” or 5 sentences 3. Seat 2: –Summarize in 5-10 words –EVERYONE WRITE THIS DOWN 4. Seat 3: Read an “item” or 5 sentences 3. Seat 4: –Summarize in 5-10 words –EVERYONE WRITE THIS DOWN –ONE talk ALL write 1 READS ALL LISTEN 1 SPEAKS ALL WRITE Rotate

32 Let’s Summarize What tests do we run on animals? What “ailments”/ health problems are aided by this research? Think Write Pair/Share

33 Where’s Animal Testing Going? Future Direction of Animal Testing –1 Articles will be Shared Medical Advances pgs Read in your Group of 4 Round Robin these Sections –Take notes (you’ll be summarizing later so make ‘em good!) –15 minutes and then we switch

34 Read/Summarize/Share Activity 1. Check what seat number YOU ARE 2. Starting at seat 1 –Read an “item” or 5 sentences 3. Seat 2: –Summarize in 5-10 words –EVERYONE WRITE THIS DOWN 4. Seat 3: Read an “item” or 5 sentences 3. Seat 4: –Summarize in 5-10 words –EVERYONE WRITE THIS DOWN –ONE talk ALL write 1 READS ALL LISTEN 1 SPEAKS ALL WRITE Rotate

35 Let’s Summarize Summarize in 3 sentences the FUTURE direction of Animal Testing Think Write Pair/Share

36 Take Home Assignment Find a Current Event about animal testing PRINT your article Summarize in ten sentences –Due next day for sharing

37 Animal Testing Experimentation: Pro and Cons

38 Essential Question Key Learning: Animal Testing Unit EQ: Why is animal testing controversial, but also needed? Concept : Testing Lesson EQ: In what industries is animal testing utilized? Vocab Draize Eye Test Restraints

39 Where’s Animal Testing Going? Positive/ Continued use of Animal Testing –1 Articles will be Shared A Critical Look at Animal Experi: Why Animal Experimentation Persists –Take notes (you’ll be summarizing later so make ‘em good!) –15 minutes and then we switch

40 Read/Summarize/Share Activity 1. Check what seat number YOU ARE 2. Starting at seat 1 –Read an “item” or 5 sentences 3. Seat 2: –Summarize in 5-10 words –EVERYONE WRITE THIS DOWN 4. Seat 3: Read an “item” or 5 sentences 3. Seat 4: –Summarize in 5-10 words –EVERYONE WRITE THIS DOWN –ONE talk ALL write 1 READS ALL LISTEN 1 SPEAKS ALL WRITE Rotate

41 The Pro’s At present 7168 patients are waiting for an organ transplant in Britain alone and 2/3 of them will die before organs are available

42 The Con’s

43 The Controversy

44 Vocabulary Stem Cell Research Organ Transplant Lab Animals

45 DEBATE!!! Each side of the room will have 30 mins to gather information to support your view. Be sure the information is from a credible SOURCE and is FACT not opinion! After 30 mins, each team will 5 mins to compile an opening statement. Each group will give its opening statement. After that the debate will officially BEGIN!


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