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Individual Responses to Globalization

10-1: To what extent should I, as a citizen, respond to globalization?
10-2: Should I as a citizen respond to globalization?


The specific outcomes for 10-1 and 10-2 General Outcome 4 "Students will assess their roles and responsibilities in a globalizing world" may be addressed by inviting students to consider the many ways that globalization impacts on their lives and the lives of others around the world. Students will consider why and how individuals, governments, organizations and businesses should act to secure the benefits and limit the potential negative effects of globalization.

Critical Challenges

Students might explore this overarching theme by completing these challenges:

Help Documents

Embedding Critical Thinking Into Teaching and Learning PDF
This document provides a definition of critical thinking, and discusses how to embed critical thinking into teaching and learning.

Definitions of Terms Used in Overarching Critical Inquiries
This document provides definitions of Overarching Critical Inquiry, Critical Challenge, Modelling the Tools, Support Material, Graphic Organizer, Assessment, and Background Information.

Meeting the Diverse Learning Needs of All Students PDF
This document provides suggestions to help teachers plan for diverse learning needs.

Reference Charts

The following charts provide a quick overview of correlations, references, and summaries for all the Critical Challenges. In the charts, the Critical Challenges are organized according to which Overarching Critical Inquiry they address.

Last updated: May 30, 2008 | (Revision History)
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