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S.S Test

Global Citizenship and Development

What is global citizenship? A global citizen is someone who identifies with being part of an emerging world community and whose actions contribute to building this community's values and practices.
What are the three words in our school’s vision that have to do with global citizenship? Compassionate Community Members
What are 3 things you can do to be a better global citizen? Being a good person Respecting other peoples rights Donating money to good causes
Give an example of an injustice in the world. An example of an injustice is that girls have less oppurtinities.
Give an example of an inequality in the world. Girls aren’t treated the same as boys, girls don’t have the same opportunities to go to school and to eat the same amount of food as the boys do.
What does social action mean? Social action means taking steps to change the things that are wrong in our society and introducing new ideas and processes for doing things better in the future.
Give an example of social action? World Vision
What is the word we learnt that means being ‘poor’? Poverty
What is the word used for when people refuse to buy from a certain company as a form of protest? Boycott
Name four ways that girls are not treated fairly in our world. They don’t get to go to school as often as boys do They don’t get to eat as much food as boys do They are looked at as weak, and not as strong as boys Dress codes usually only affect girls
Created by: daffy_duck03



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