Please go to your Twitter and tweet along with the video conference.
What do you notice?
What does dignity mean to you?
Why is important to build dignity within all peoples of the world?
What have you been surprised to learn? Why?
Tweet comments/pictures and videos with the #globalencounters and #sgms.
Below; in a comment on this WORDPRESS post please type;
- What does dignity mean?
- What is a hero?
- What are your microactions to live with more dignity and treat others with dignity in the next year?
- What is your dignity story? Type it in the comment box.
Need help with your dignity story:
-What makes you feel good about yourself?
-Who makes you feel good about yourself?
-What do you love most about yourself?
-What are you proud of?
-What makes you happy?
How can we take action in our school, community, country, world?
Be specific; list SPECIFIC things.
(Try and write things your classmates haven’t. Be original and creative!)
Mrs. Erb’s post:
Thank you to:
My students for taking part with me.
As well as,
Andrew Bennet; office of religious freedom
Role Model; Nunavut
Taking it Global and Terry Godwaldt
City Councillor; Vanier
Foreign Affairs Minister
Justin Trudeau, Liberal
Schools included were:
-some from B.C.
New Brunswick, Ontario
Elizabeth Potskin (High Prairie)
-Grew up in a settlement
-She is First Nations
-Mohawk tribe, Lakota, Dene, Blackfoot and Caucasian; Scottish/French, also African.
-She travelled to Nicaragua
-She built a garden and worked in agriculture in this area.
-WHAT A POEM…
Sierra Lieone Afgrica
-twn year civil war (he was involved in this civil war)
-Age 3 to the age of 9 (child soldier)
He has seen it all!
“Worst of humanity”
People in killed
-killed people for reasons unknown
-everything was stripped away.
“His character is what kept him going.”
“I try to ask why, but my voice deserted me.”
-accustomed to rifles