global perspectives component 3 and 4

Global Perspectives 

Introduction of

Component 3 and 4
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Global Perspectives 

Introduction of

Component 3 and 4

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All 4 components

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component 3

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 Component 3
1. Work in teams of two to five members to identify a local
problem which has global relevance.
2. The team must frame a single question that allows them to address contrasting perspectives on the problem.
3. Candidates allocate areas for each team member to research.
4. Each candidate in the team identifies a solution which arises from a distinctive perspective they have identified, and argues for effective and workable solutions which arise from that perspective. 

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Individuals will present their research and preferred solution in a formal live presentation for up to eight
minutes (per individual). (Live recording, one continuing session, no editing allowed).

Candidates are assessed on:
  • their presentational methods to an audience of at least 3 their ability to reasearch, identify and present complex global concepts, different local and global perspectives and arguments in a creative and effective manner
  • their abilitiy to structure and communicate a coherent argument and develop a line of reasoning based on supporting evidence
  • their ability to differentiate their personal perspective from the work of the team as a whole present convincing and well-supported conclusions which respond to the overall question posed by the team

Reflective paper
Following the individual presentations, candidates discuss their findings and agree on a set of team solutions to the problem and question posed. Then each team member writes a reflective paper of maximum 800 words in which they:
reflect on how the team worked together, what could be improved, and any changes to their personal views shaped  by the collaborative experience.
Candidates are assessed on their ability to:
  • evaluate the effectiveness of their work with others in a team to identify an appropriate local problem with global relevance
  • work with others in a team to consider a range of effective and workable solutions
  • consider the ways in which personal standpoints may have been affected by the research and collaborative experience
  • identify the need for further research in light of the research findings.

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Examples of problems
Access to clean drinking water
Rising sea levels
Prices of pharmaceuticals
Lack of acces to the Internet

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Case study 1: income equality

Check its global and local relevance.
Can you think of solutions from different perspectives?

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Solutions from different perspectives 
  • from an economic perspective, e.g., wealth creation through trade,
  • from an ethical perspective, e.g., restoring fainess by measuring it against a moral standard
  • from a political perspective, e.g., a minimum wage and taxation

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         Explain that your problem           is a problem by looking for
research/ evidence.

   Think of local and global examples. 

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On the next slides you find sample presentations and reflective papers.

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Component 4

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overview of all assessment criteria for componet 4



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On the next slide you find a link to a sample paper of component 4

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