Wednesday, 11 May 2016

All This Thinking… So Many Questions!


My group and I are now progressing towards the end of the research phase. As this is happening, we also have more questions to pose from our inquiry and there is a list of them below.


What are the main reasons that influence people to mistreat animals?


How can we encourage people to treat animals better?


How might we make sure our action is sustainable and it is successful?


What would the world be like if there was no animal cruelty?


From our research, my thinking about it has become much more deeper. I have also realised animal cruelty is is a huge issue. More than anything else, I am most excited to take action and make a difference.


I just think it might seem like a really small difference in this whole world, but it actually makes a really big difference to the animals. Something that I am going to take away from this is no matter how small your difference might seem, remember it is making a big difference to the person/animal.


Credit for photo:
http://catalog.uwcsea.edu.sg/quest/servlet/presentquestform.do?site=102&alreadyValidated=true#

2 comments:

  1. Isn't it funny that the more you learn about a topic, the more you realise you don't know... You have reached a very important part of your inquiry where you have posed further questions. Well done Tara and group. I am looking forward to seeing you all in action on the Exhibition night. Best of luck for your last couple of weeks.
    Mr Kay

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  2. Interesting questions Tara! You got me thinking further too!
    Insensitivity, low EQ, selfish approach, anger and other similar factors lead to animal cruelty. What can stop it is to add these issues as important elements to our education system. Starting young will make the difference.

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