Take another quick look at highlights from yesterday’s posting power session!
Screen shot this and put it into your mass media notes.
I have a special treat for you.
I want you to meet someone special!
Olivia is a student in our very own school division who is CHANGING the GAME.
You guys are game changers too.
Let’s use Olivia’s passion to learn ideas and ways that YOU can impact areas of your interest. (Her Facebook page is available HERE.)
When goals are set and far surpassed:
Olivia was even featured on CTV in December. WOW.
Check out her Lloydminster Source Article from December 2015 below:
Photography as promised!
Let’s do a little intro work to get us excited!
Social Studies 20:
HUMAN RIGHTS UNIT Learning Targets found HERE.
If that link doesn’t work:
€ I can define and explain human rights. 1.1a
€ I can explain what ‘moral entitlement’ means and how it applies to human rights. 1.1b
€ I can explain how and why human rights are ‘universal’. 1.2
€ I can make a timeline to explain the evolution of human rights. 1.3
€ I can explain what rights people have regardless to their contribution to society. 1.4
€ I can explain where and how conflicts arise in the upholding of human rights. 1.5
€ I can identify 10 human rights that all individuals ‘should’ have. 1.6
€ I can explain well being. 1.7 (412)
€ I can define who has the responsibility to uphold human rights. 1.8 a
€ I can explain why controversies exist when upholding human rights 1.8b
€ I can explain how and why some people are not given their human rights. 1.9
€ I can explain how morality applies to human rights. 1.10a
€ I can explain what is meant by a ‘life of dignity.’ 1.10b
All learning targets from the human rights section will potentially be covered.
Twice this century, people have pledged that the world must never again be allowed to reach a state where human rights can only be protected through war. Protection of human rights requires constant vigilance and renewal. Unless every generation renews its commitment to human rights, the social power of these rights will decline. The consequence of a weakened human rights code gives some groups within society permission to be arbitrary and irresponsible. The cost to society is social division and injustice. This unit is a study of the concept of human rights and its related obligations. Case studies are used to portray the process through which individuals within society collectively affirm a moral vision and from that vision develop a human rights paradigm. A human rights paradigm is a pattern of human rights and relation obligations which are used as criteria for determining acceptable human relationships. As the moral vision on which a human rights paradigm is based changes over time, the paradigm will also change with significant consequences for the human relationships governed by that paradigm. At the beginning of the unit, you will study cases where the moral vision and its related human rights paradigm has changed; the issue of slavery in society; the Holocaust, the revolutions of Gandhi and Lenin; the Civil Rights Movement led by Martin Luther King.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil if for the good men to do nothing.” by Edward Burke
We will discuss. Write down as many human rights, that are recognized by the U.N., as you can. How many can you get?
How many human rights do you think exist? We will discuss.
As a class; (not before)
We will take a look at the Universal Declaration of Human Rights together: HERE
What does moral entitlement mean?
What does ‘universal’ mean when we are talking about human rights?
The Declaration of Human Rights
History of Human Rights
Miss Mann’s Thing to Think About:
Check out the My Passion My Project page and look at the videos I have posted for you to look at to inspire you and support efforts for your Passion Project.