The Interconnected World: An Advanced ESL Class on Globalization. : Online Hate and Free Speech. Lesson Privacy Dilemma. Find Lessons & Resources. Ch 11 Computer security and safetyethics and privacy. Stacie Gomm / Netiquette, Ethics, and Privacy. We are going to discuss three areas.
You will create a new word document and copy and paste the questions in the word document. As you discover the answers to the questions through exploring the web pages, you will enter your answers in the word document. (The questions are found below the explanation part of this page.) Dollar Street. Watch Full Episodes Online of Time For School on PBS. Teaching Tolerance - Diversity, Equity and Justice. This lesson explores the debate about whether public schools, which typically close on major Christian and Jewish holidays, should also shutter for important celebrations in other faiths.
This debate is relevant in many cities, districts and states. The activities ask students to think critically about the question and identify multiple points of view before forming their own opinions and proposing possible solutions and/or compromises. This lesson is based on the following news stories: “Should public schools close for Muslim holidays?” eLesson Inspirations. Acervo do Conhecimento Histórico: Biblioteca feminista - 501 livros, Artigos e teses sobre o feminismo e a situação da mulher no mundo. World Library of Science.
How to prepare for your UN phone interview – Human Rights Careers. Children of Holocaust. Immigrant and Refugee Children: A Guide for Educators and School Support Staff. Refinery29 presents Shatterbox Anthology. Laura Delarato October 26th, 2016 12:00PM In the new Shatterbox Anthology film 50/50, Emmy-nominated filmmaker and Webby Awards founder Tiffany Shlain embarks on a journey to document the true history of powerful women around the world.
The project began when Shlain became aware of an interesting statistic about the number of women who have been elected heads of state which was a lot more than she thought. We have built a narrative around female scarcity in positions of power. In this short film, Shlain suggests that we should change the conversation to our abundance so we can shift our thinking towards an equal society.
The film begins with the first female hominoid, through the egalitarian neolithic era, past the ancient age of literacy, and into the roots of the patriarchy: a world valuing men on a higher level than women because of the need for physical strength in agriculture and military force. How We Share the World. This interactive graphic shows how the world is divided according to six different socioeconomic variables.
The land area of each country represents its share of the worldwide total. Click on a circle to reshape the map For attribution and data sources, scroll to the bottom. I have been having fun experimenting with cartograms lately. As maps go, they have their shortcomings. For more information about what a cartogram is, have a look at my last two posts, The Housing Value of Every County in the U.S. and A Striking Perspective on New York City Property Values. For this map, I looked at several different socioeconomic variables to include. The GDP-scaled map makes it clear how dominant the U.S. economy is. Government Debt Looking at the world scaled by government debt, the first thing that jumps out is Japan. Population / Births. 4 Early-Year Keys for Effective Classroom Discipline. Nothing can undermine a classroom climate that's conducive to learning more quickly than a host of minor disruptive behaviors.
These behaviors alone may be no big deal, but collectively they steal instructional time and the positive energy that our students need to attain success. Although effectively managing student behavior is a multifaceted practice, there are four central things that you can -- and should -- do very early in the school year to set the proper tone. 1. 26 Questions Every Student Should Be Able To Answer. 26 Questions Every Student Should Be Able To Answer by Terry Heick These questions are more about the student than you, your classroom, or education.
What every student should know starts with themselves and moves outwards to your content area: self knowledge–> content knowledge. As an educator, your job is lead students to understanding, but student self-awareness and self-knowledge should precede that. What History Teaches Us About Walls. It is lost to history whether Hadrian, Qin Shi Huang or Nikita Khrushchev ever uttered, “I will build a wall.”
But build they did, and what happened? Building peace in the minds of men and women. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) International (Doctors Without Borders) Amnesty International. Orientations politiques de la presse étrangère et française.
L'épreuve de langues étrangères porte quasiment toujours sur un article de journal.
Cet article de journal est systématiquement un édito, un avis, une opinion ou une analyse de l'actualité. Il a donc une visée politique, une couleur politique. Il sera alors particulièrement efficace de connaître la couleur politique du journal, pour déterminer avec plus de justesse et de rapidité la position défendue par l'auteur. Voici en conséquence une revue de tous les journaux, selon leur orientation politique. Vous vous rendrez rapidement compte de l'intérêt de connaître ces orientations. Tendances politiques des journaux étrangers et des journaux français : >> Orientations de la Presse du Royaume-Uni, Angleterre.