Global Topics Discussion - Level 5 - Session 3
Topic 21: A Better Life
This video gives an introduction to how the better life index is used to rate quality of life in countries around the world. Watch this video to get a deeper understanding of the topics discussed in class.
Topic 22: Non-Profit Mission
The first video here is the TED Talk by Michael Porter, which is referred to on page 67. The second video is the TEDx Talk by Jackson Kaguri, which is referred to on page 69. For students who want a challenge, they can complete the additional listening and discussion activity on pages 95 - 100 in order to prepare for the in-class discussion.
Topic 23: Legends & Heros
The video summarizes and gives illustrated examples of the Hero's Journey. Students will share and discuss their own examples in class.
Topic 24: Cloning Mammoths
This is the D-News video which will be used as the basis for discussion in class. Preview the video to get a deeper understanding of the topic.
Topic 25: Internet Hook Ups
This is a TEDx Talk video which gives interesting perspectives about Online Dating and it's impact on society. Watch this video to get ideas for discussion in class.
Topic 26: Military Conscription
This is a short clip from the news broadcast regarding changes in the N. Korean military service terms. Watch this video to get a deeper understanding of the discussion topic.
Topic 27: Living Healthy
This is a D-News video, which we will use for discussion in class. Preview the video and consider the discussion questions.
Topic 28: Sharing Economy Businesses
This is a video that gives an introduction to the term "sharing economy" with examples. Watch this video to get a deeper understanding of the discussion topic.
Topic 29: Vast Oceans
This video has well-shot video footage that will help students get a deeper understanding of the size and scale of the fishing industry's impact on the ocean's fish population. Watch the video and consider the discussion questions.
Topic 30: Interpreting Our Minds
This video gives a summary of the Myers-Briggs Personality Test and the different personality types. Taking the test or trying to narrow down your own personality type before class will help stimulate discussion.