EIO: Global Issues

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This lesson contains 30 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 1 video.

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What does 'Global Issue' mean?

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Global Issues:
- Problems that the world is facing
- Problems that consider multiple countries
- Problems that need a widely approach (you can't fix them yourself or only in your country)

Write down which problems appear in the video on the next slide

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What kind of problems appeared in the video?

Slide 5 - Mind map

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Try to give an example what you can do about a specific global issue (explain!)

Slide 8 - Open question

Let's get to work!
  • Go to eduhint.nl (and log in)
  • Click on global studies/ thavo/tvwo Volume 1
  • Click on C3 United Millenium Goals
  • Click on 3.1 Millenium Goals and the United Nations
  • Read:  A,B, C, F and G
  • Make assignments: 1,2,3,4,5 and 6

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  1. Recap last week
  2. Global issues: 

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What are the sustainable development goals?

Slide 12 - Open question

What is/are the United Nations?

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Ending poverty
  • The first sustainable development goal is put an end to Poverty
  • Go to eduhint.nl and log in
  • Go to  1thavo/vwo volume 1> C3 United Nations Millennium Goals>   3.2 Millennium Goal 1 End Extreme Poverty and Hunger

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Let's get to work:
Read A,B and C

And make: 1,2,3,4,5 and 6

After 20/25 minutes we will discuss some of your anwsers with the group

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Quality education. Goal: achieve universal primary education

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Why is education so important?

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What do you think is the reason that many childeren can't go to school?

Slide 19 - Open question

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Go to eduhint and log in
Go to: global studies > 1thavo/1tvwo volume 1 > C3 United Nations: Millenium Goals >  3.3 Millenium Goal 2: Achieve universal primary education

Read A and B and make: 1,2,3,4 and 5

After 10/15 minutes we will discuss the assignments

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Question 1C: Describe how education in poor countries differs from ours

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Question 2: ‘Working at an early age provides children with an income and the more years you work the richer you get’. True or False? Explain.

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Go to: global studies > 1thavo/1tvwo volume 1 > C3 United Nations: Millenium Goals >  3.3 Millenium Goal 2: Achieve universal primary education

Read D,E and F and make: 7, 8 and 9

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- Discuss the homework
- Continue with quality education

SO: open Eduhint and go to your homework assignments

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Question 4: What kind of problems are associated with the education of children in poor countries? Identify two.

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Question 7: Why is a gradual improvement of primary education the only possible way to improve the conditions people live in?

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Question 9: What are the similarities and differences between UNICEF and UNESCO?

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Imagine that you would be sent to a specific country in the world as an ambassador of UNICEF. You have all the resources that you would like to have to help your country to develop the education system. What would you do?

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  1. Choose a country that you would go to (this has to be a country were education is in a poor condition), use the website of UNICEF or UNESCO to find out.
  2. You work as an ambassador of UNICEF, so what is your task? Describe what your assignment is.
  3. You have all the resources you need: money, supplies, people who help you: what would you directly do in your country? Describe two things and adress the situation in your country.
  5. Maximum 1 A4 paper
  6. Deadline: 9th of March 09.00AM
  7. Hand your assignment in via Magister>ELO>Opdrachten>Unicef Ambassador

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