Month: May 2009

Dead Man Walking Assigment

Introduction Amnesty’s annual report (2012) has China topping list of executions with over 1,000, Iran second with 314, US fifth with 43. The United States only country in the Americas practicing execution.  (see YNet News) The Amnesty International report says

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Dead Man Walking Assignment

Select the page titled, Dead Man Walking Assignment, and execute (no pun intended) the directions provided.  The rubric used to mark this assignment is also found at the right, titled, Video Study Assignment Rubric.  Remember, assignments are worth MUCH more

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Links for Creating a Character Profile (DL 2B)

Here is a pdf to download that contains links to assist in your research.  Just click on the link below and down load the pdf document.  If you open up the document, all you need to do is click on

SS 20 Historical Perspectives

The Second Assignment (Historical Perspectives of Canadian Identity) The page on the right, titled, Historical Perspectives of National Identity is a page that contains another pdf file that has an extensive list of web links for the assignment.

Promoting a Canadian Identity

Here is a pdf to download that contains links to assist in your research.  Just click on the link below and down load the pdf document.  If you open up the document, all you need to do is click on

Dead Man Walking Reflection 2

Select one of the questions to answer. Scene:  Matthew finally confesses to Sr. Prejean.  The dialogue went as follows: Sr. Prejean:    “Do you take responsibility for both of their (the victims) deaths?” Matthew:    “Yes ma’am.” (Matthew breaks down and cries)

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Dead Man Walking Reflection 1

Select one of the questions to answer. 1.  Scene:  Matthew’s lawyer, Millard Farmer, was discussing the up coming Pardon Board hearing.  During that discussion, the lawyer says, “It’s easy to kill a monster.  It’s hard to kill a human being. 

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Ethical Issues Reflection:Dead Man Walking

Select the page at the right titled, Dead Man Walking Reflection 1 or 2 (whichever you are asked to do) and select one of the questions to answer.  Remember, what I am looking for is some deeper level thinking that

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Social 20: Other Helpful Sites (4B)

He are some other helpful sites that are connected to Global Issues (Chapter 12) UN Human Poverty Index Who are the Hungry? End Poverty 2015 Online Atlas of the Millennium Development Goals Understanding Climate Change Science Climate Change Solving Global

Ethical Issue Reflection

Select the page at the left titled, RS 35: At Issue: The Death Penalty and complete the tasks it asks of you.  You will be evaluated using the rubric titled, Reflection Rubric (at the left).  I am expecting some thinking

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RS 35: At Issue: The Death Penalty

Select one or more of the following articles to read, then answer  the question below.  Once you have completed the reflection question, print it and hand it in for grading. Albertan on Death Row Canadian on death row in Iran

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Social 20: How Effective are International Organizations? (4B)

Select the page titled, Social 20: International Organizations Links (4B) on the right.  This page contains links to web sites with information on your selected/assigned international organization and the global issue the organization was created to address.  The page at

Social 20: International Organizations Links (4B)

The following are links to various international organizations. Arctic Council Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Center for World Indigenous Studies (CWIS) Doctors Without Borders European Union (EU) and  Europa Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA) International Court of Justice North

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