Wednesday, May 16, 2018

May 16

I had you working in a computer lab today working on a Google Doc preparing for tomorrow's essay. All of you were working on the same Google Doc outlining arguments and evidence for the Unit 3 WRA II Essay. Please go directly to Room 109 tomorrow instead of coming to class. You will have ONE class period to type up your essay. You will only be allowed to bring in your Unit 3 WRA II essay question sheet with your prepared notes on the front side of the sheet. The notes must be hand written. On Tuesday, May 22nd you're writing your Unit 3 Final Exam. Please see the study guide below.

Please make sure that you have read Chapters 10-14. Please make sure that you have the following PowerPoint presentations, and that you study from them:

  • "Foundations of Economic Globalization"
  • "The Expansion of Economic Globalization"
  • "Challenges and Opportunities of Economic Globalization"
  • "The Impact of Economic Globalization on Environments"
  • "Globalization and Sustainability"
Make sure that you have reviewed the Key Terms from Unit 3 (all the terms listed on the Unit 3 Worksheet, plus the extra key terms that appeared in the PowerPoint presentations). The Unit 3 Final Exam will consist of 50-60 multiple choice questions.

I gave back your Unit 2 WRA II Essays today at the beginning of class. Marks are posted in HomeLogic. I started on a PowerPoint lecture on "Canada's Foreign Policy" today. You need to go through the last three slides on your own. Please remember that your Chapter 9 Key Terms and Questions are due tomorrow.

We don't have class again until Tuesday, May 22nd. You'll be writing the Social 30-1 Unit 1 Final Exam on that day, please see the study guide below.

  • Chapter 1 and 2 Key Terms (please see the Chapter 1-2 Test Study Guide for a list of terms
  • Study the Ideology Notes (Black Gold School District PDF file, on the Social 30-1 wiki, and in your study booklets, pages 5-10)
  • Review Hobbes, Locke and Rousseau (view of the nature of human beings, how society should be organized, people's role in society; see PowerPoint "Introducing Government" on the wiki)
  • Study "Ideology and Identity" PowerPoint 
  • Study the 19th Century Political Spectrum
  • Study the 20th Century Political spectrum
  • Study the political-economic grid
  • Know the values and ideas associated with the various ideologies (on the 19th century and 20th century spectrums)
  • Study the Individualism and Collectivism booklet that is in your study booklets (pages 11-15)
  • you need to be able to apply your knowledge and understanding of these concepts/ideas
  • there are a lot of source-based questions on this exam! (there are references to Nazi Germany, the USSR)

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