History that acknowledges the experiences of ‘ordinary’ people and their ways of recording and telling their story.
Columbus and the Native Americans.
What really happened and how do we see the social history of the Native Americans through their eyes?
Now that we’ve shared the three different histories of the Indians that Columbus encountered.
Watch the simple animated video history,
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Watch the documentary on the Taino Indians
Read the general history of the Arawak/Taino Indians.
Now with all of our new knowledge of these people, choose 3 themes you feel would be best to organize a discussion of them? Write a simple outline of that history, based on those three themes for tomorrow’s class. Ensure that your three themes would, together, give the best possible perspective of the Arawak.
We will discuss tomorrow.
Greenpeace forced Lego-Shell breakup
Greenpeace vs Barbie
1. What is civil society? Hint: look in the IB syllabus.
2. What does the term “Global Civil Society” mean?
3. List 3 examples where ICT has helped civil society to organise more effectively?
In your group, using chartsbin.com, gapminder.org and the UN Digital Divide report, describe the following trends in Internet usage for 2 countries of your choice:
Then, Using the information you have collected, write a thesis statement answering the following question:
Examine the following statement: Elements of Information and Communication Technologies (such as the internet) have very different levels of adoption globally.” [15 Marks]
How Facebook Changed the World
How is social media important in the current migration crisis in Europe?
With what you know about the benefits of internet access for development, is Net Neutrality a reasonable price to pay for universal internet access?