Statement of Inquiry:

In understanding why inequality exists between and within nations we must understand its history, geography and how power and resources come to be shared

Concepts: Causality, Equity, Resources

 

You will act as a representative for a country in the United Nations.

  • You will investigate the HISTORY and GEOGRAPHY of one of the following countries
    • HIC: USA, UK, Japan, Germany, Singapore, South Korea
    • LIC: Mauritania, Honduras, Democratic Republic of Congo, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Bolivia, 
    • MIC: Latvia, Nigeria, China, Argentina, Kazakhstan, Qatar, Venezuela, Cuba , Morocco
  • You will communicate knowledge and understanding of how the history,  geography and/or resources have affected the development of the country

Part 1: Factsheet

Create a factsheet  that shows your knowledge and understanding of the history, geography and development of your country

It can be on one side of an A4 (G.doc) page or 6 slides of a slideshow.

Include, define and explain information such as:

  • Images that represent your country’s development and resources
  • Development indicators and statistics
  • Maps, graphs and diagrams
  • Major historical events that affects your country’s development

You must also include:

  • The top three factors that affected the development of your country, with a short explanation for each one
  • One paragraph synthesizing the information on your factsheet explaining how history and/or geography has affected your country’s development, listing the top three factors
  • A varied perspective. (The good and the bad!)
  • MLA citations

Part 2: Speech

On Friday November 30th, you will present a short, 90 second speech answering the following question, using statistics, historical events and/or geography to support your argument. 

“Explain the main cause(s) and consequence of one important developmental issue your country faces today”

  • The issue can be one or a combination of social, economic, political, environmental, demographic

Hyperlink your work here

Part 1 and 2 TSC

Due date: November 30th

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