Month: May 2012

Religious Studies: The Human Experience Reflection #1

Directions: Answer ONE of questions below.  The page titled, Reflection Rubric,  will be used to access this reflection.  It can be found on the left side (third from top) under pages. When finished, print off your response and hand in

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Social 10: (2G) Explore the use of modern globalization tools as a response

Explore the following sources to learn about how the Mexican Zapatistas called out for global support, using modern globalization to their advantage, as a response to historical globalization. Use the criteria for an effective summary to create a set of

New World – Big Horizon

[youtube video=NPGS308dT10] New world – big horizon Open your eyes and see it’s true New world – across the frightening Waves of blue – David Wilcox Write about a song that cheers you up when you are feeling blue. Include

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Social 10: (2G) JUDGE responses to historical globalization Rwanda

Explore each of the listed responses to historical globalization as they are seen in Rwanda. Several sources are provided for each response, but you may wish to do further research on your own to gain a clearer picture about each

Social 10: (2G) Explore foreign aid as a response

Consider the following sources to learn about the concept of foreign aid. The sources may also provide varied perspectives on the success or effectiveness of foreign aid. As you read, use the criteria for an effective summary to create a

Social 10: (2G) Explore confrontation and military responses

Explore the following sources to learn about how confrontation and the military have been used as responses to historical globalization in Canada. As you read, use the criteria for an effective summary to create a set of notes in your

Social 10: (2G) EXPLORE nongovernmental organizations

NGOs (Non-governmental Organizations) are one way people have responded to historical globalization. Using one or more of the following sources, learn about what NGOs are, what they do and what criticisms they face, then summarize the ideas as a set

Social 10: (2G) Explore background on Rwandan genocide

Read one or more of the following sources to learn about the Rwandan genocide (this is an example of historical globalization’s legacies). Use your summary skills (and the criteria below) to create a concise, yet thorough description of the events.

Religious Studies 25: Little Buddha Reflection Question

Instructions:  Answer the questions below.  The page titled, Reflection Rubric,  will be used to access this reflection.  It can be found on the left side (third from top) under pages.  When finished, print off your response and hand in or

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