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Daily Life in Four Communities

Using the clues in the images provided, uncover how each of the four selected communities in India, Tunisia, Peru, and Ukraine contributes to the quality of life of its members.

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Specific Outcomes

This critical challenge may address these outcomes:

Specific Outcome - Students will demonstrate an awareness of and interest in the beliefs, traditions and customs of groups and communities other than their own
Specific Outcome - What determines quality of life?
Specific Outcome - How does daily life reflect quality of life in the communities (e.g., employment, transportation, roles of family members)?
Specific Outcome - How is cultural diversity expressed in each community?
Specific Outcome 3.S.4.2 - Students will support proposed ideas, strategies and options with facts and reasons
Specific Outcome 3.S.5.1 - Students will demonstrate cooperative behaviour to ensure that all members of the group have an opportunity to participate
Specific Outcome 3.S.7.2 - Students will evaluate whether information supports an issue or a research question
Specific Outcome 3.S.7.5 - Students will access and retrieve appropriate information from electronic sources for a specific inquiry
Specific Outcome 3.S.7.7 - Students will organize information from more than one source
Specific Outcome 3.S.7.8 - Students will process information from more than one source to retell what has been discovered
Specific Outcome 3.S.7.9 - Students will draw conclusions from organized information
Specific Outcome 3.S.8.4 - Students will create visual images for particular audiences and purposes
Specific Outcome 3.S.9.1 - Students will compare information on the same issue or topic from print media, television, photographs and the Internet
C Citizenship
ER Economics and Resources
CC Culture and Community
I Identity
LPP The Land: Places and People
GC Global Connections
TCC Time, Continuity and Change
PADM Power, Authority, and Decision Making
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