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7iC Semester 2 - Eco-School Challenge - iCan Make a Change: Global Citizens for Social Justice
A collaborative unit to focus on eco-issues at Hale School
Examine what our global responsibilities are. Develop a solution that encourages Hale School students to look at the impacts our consumption habits have on other parts of the world.
To make sure everyone has a sound understanding of their preferred eco-topic you are expected to construct bullet-point notes for Bullying or Disadvantaged. Notes are to be submitted by the end of lesson 10. Transfer your focus questions to your note-making sheet and get highlighting.
We can all contribute to helping end COVID-19 and getting our lives back in a few ways. The most immediate ways for individuals to make a difference in curbing the spread of the virus is to make sure to be following the health guidance — like hand-washing, wearing a mask, and social distancing — and getting the vaccine when it’s available to them.
But there’s a lot more that Global Citizens can do, too — like joining the Recovery Plan for the World campaign and taking action to call on governments, corporations, philanthropists, and global agencies to work together in ending COVID-19, through steps like ensuring equitable vaccine access.
A global citizen is an individual who is aware of the world and has a sense of their role in it.
They respect and value diversity and work to understand and add to efforts to achieve social development goals. Global citizens participate in communities at all levels (from local to global) and take responsibility for their actions and interactions with members of their own community and communities abroad.
It is important to provide evidence of using a variety of reliable resources. Use the online Reference Generatoravailable through the Portal to create your citations. Make sure you alphabetically sort them afterwards.
A sample bibliography for 3 resources suggested on these pages would look like: