Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Factory farming speech

WALT: To write a persuasive speech.

Do you really know where your bacon and eggs come from?

Would you rather be an animal living free and having endless space. Or be a poor little animal crammed in a tiny little space and not having a healthy environment. 

Some items you buy from your local supermarket come from a factory farm.  For example chickens. Chickens are in factory farms they are crammed in tiny little spaces and are forced to lay eggs.  Every two hours lights will be turned on and off so chickens that live in factory farms are forced to do things and aren`t living a happy and free life, unlike free range chickens.

But that`s just one animal,there are many other unhappy and in pain animals that are living in an unfair, crammed and forcing place.  See there is no reason having factory farms because in New Zealand there is loads of green grass, land, paddocks and farm land.  So why have them?

All animals like Chickens, Pigs, Cows and Turkeys are getting treated badly.  According to a study done by last chance for animals about one in every five Chickens die from stress or diseases but some of the outcomes for dead Chickens are worse.

If no one stands up and stops it more and more animals will be getting bad treatment and will have more of a risk or chance of dying. 

So next time you go to the supermarket to get some eggs or other dairy products, make sure that it's free range because free range live happy lives. 

Overall, I think that Factory farming should be banned because there is enough land and space for animals to live in and that the animals that have to live in factory farms are dying from diseases.

The SOLO level I have reached for surface features is relational because I have used some punctuation like full stops,commas and question marks, and I know why I have used them. 

The SOLO level I have reached for my speech is multistructual because I have listed some reasons why it should be banned.

My next step is to use a different range of words. 

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