1) Think about the quote I shared with you on Friday:
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil if for the good men to do nothing.” by Edward Burke
2) Let’s talk about Nev? Are you done that assignment?
3) Can we just celebrate AWESOMENESS:
*Caitlyn we missed you!
Period 4: Social Studies 20
€ 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
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
Simplified Human Rights: CLICK HERE.
What does moral entitlement mean?
Let’s discuss and define for our notes.
What does ‘universal’ mean when we are talking about human rights?
Let’s discuss and define for our notes.
The Declaration of Human Rights
*We watched this together on Friday but will be great for you to use for UNIT and FINAL exam.
History of Human Rights
HOMEWORK: You are to find one current event that is occurring in the world where human rights are being broken. Try and find a current event that your classmates haven’t thought of. Dig deep.
cnn.com cbc.ca aljazeera.com bbc.co.uk theguardian.com newslink.org
You can chose either;
-list the human rights broken in each and write a short paragraph explaining the current events broken and how this assignment relates to the learning targets given.
L to J Kahoot?
*Remember to use your name please! 🙂
Please make sure you have To Kill a Mockingbird signed out as we will be reading that starting this week! 🙂
I can properly cite poetry.
I can complete a poetry analysis.
I can identify the speaker, tone, mood, theme, subject and form of a poem.
I can read through a poem and find a visual that represents the main message of the piece of literature.
We will read: All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten
We completed an activity together to ensure you know how to cite poetry. Please share this with Miss Mann through Google Classroom. Yes it will count for marks.
PRACTICE: Use All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten to pick your the two lines that appeal you to you the most. Write a SHORT and BASIC paragraph about how and why they appealed to you.
Media Studies 20/Photography 20:
I can understand how the media influences my likes/dislikes.
I can understand how the media impacts what I think about certain topics.
I can understand how the media can ‘change the way people think’.
I can define, media consumer.
I can identify what type of media consumer I am.
I can explain ways that I can be a more critical and safe, media consumer.
I can define popular culture.
I can identify various forms of mass media.
I understand how the media impacts my life.
I can define and create a media log, charting my use of media.
I can make inferences based on my media log.
I can write a personal response based on my inferences.
I understand the different facets of the ‘media’.
I can set goals to use the media to benefit my life.
I can list the different types of media.
I can differentiate between useful and non-useful forms of media.
I can explain how the media impacts what we ‘think’.
I can see how other people use media and explain how it impacts their life.
Assignment: A media log is like a journal. It is a place for you to jot down your responses, reactions, thoughts and ideas about media. It is also a record of your experiences of everything mass media. These logs will be kept throughout the semester and used from time to time to jot down notes as they relate to the learning targets. The log should include: -a profile of oneself as a mass media consumer (yes YOU are a consumer) -a personal response to the issue of inclusion of diversity in the mass media -a personal response to the influence of mass media on oneself -an analysis of a mass media text or event -an analysis of a print, radio, and television advertisement You should also find that your media log is a useful place to include what you are thinking about in this course, your experiences with certain media, your ideas for media projects and some of your notes on interesting findings. You may also include notes, about what you have learned about different media, articles, photos, new items, advertising, reviews and commentaries. This media log MUST be a sole page on your WordPress/Blog/Website.
Which media do you use during an average day?
How many minutes/hours do you spend consuming the various types of media?
Which medium is your favourite?
Why? What attracts you to your favourite medium?
How? Why? What medium is most important to the class?
Can the mass media be considered a reliable source of information?
Why these events?
What have you learned about events happening in your community, province, country, world?
Why these events?
What stories get more attention than others?
How many posts on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat do you make a day?
RUBRIC? CLICK HERE.
PASSION PROJECT TIME
Next; You will have time to organize your passion project website/blog.
WordPress is suggested.
18 Suggested Blogging Platforms; Click HERE.
Day #7, Tuesday
Period 4: English 20: TBA
Period 5: Photography 20: Light Painting
Period 6: Social 20: Time to Work