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Contemporary World

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Contemporary World / Financial Literacy

 

 

 

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The Contemporary World course examines our society through the lenses of the social sciences including history, economics, geography and political science. Students will analyze different problems and issues that affect our world and will grasp its complexities. Students will also participate as responsible citizens in social debate. The content of the course is split into three themes: , Population, Wealth and Tensions and Conflict.

 

Using quotes and citing sources:

 

MLA style guide

 

Class notes:

 

General:

 

Politics

 

Political Spectrum Note Sheet

 

Government Types

 

Principles of Democracy

 

Trends in migration

 

Financial Literacy:

 

Consumption

 

Credit

 

Savings

 

 

 

Optional Work

Description

 

 

 

Work of week of May 11th

 

 

Financial Options (source: MEES)

 

 

Work of week of May 4th

 

 

Environmental impacts of the coronavirus (source: MEES)

 

 

Work of week of April 27th

 

 

Is it time to reopen the economy? (source: MEES)

 

 

Work of week of April 20th

 

 

Protecting your identity - Information Guide

 

Protecting your identity - Activity

 

 

 

Work of week of April 13th

 

 

Buying a car Info Guide 

 

Buying a Car Activity Sheet

 

 

 

 

 

 

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