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Social Studies Skills Book 2

By | Copyright Year:2013 | ISBN-13: 9780170230773

Published:11/01/2013
These cost-effective, innovative, full colour Social Studies workbooks are designed to be used for homework, revision or class-work in New Zealand Social Studies classes.

Skills units are self-contained and can be approached in any order, examples: analysing maps, cartoons, photos; making flow charts, timelines, problem-solving, paragraph writing, multi-choice questions, visual information, perspective etc.

Settings are widely used in New Zealand schools, examples: Human Rights, Our Economy, Kiwiana, Multiculturalism, Waitangi Day, Environmental Disasters etc.

CONTENTS

1 Understanding documents
2 Interpreting official documents
3 Interpreting images
4 Recognising violations
5 Recognising discrimination
6 Understanding group decisions and impacts
7 Where terrorism fits with human rights
8 Interpreting logos
9 Linking business and human rights
10 Teamwork in action
11 How public opinion polls work
12 Awareness of entrepreneurship and enterprise
13 Appreciating Kiwi ingenuity
14 Looking at the future
15 Examining resources
16 Examining statistical data
17 How to create captions
18 Honing graph skills
19 Revising tables and visuals
20 Understanding future problem-solving
21 Defining Pacific Rim and Pacific Basin
22 Revising acronyms and country codes
23 Understanding globalisation
24 Recognising culture in action
25 Keeping up with the growth of sustainability
26 Linking resources with sustainability
27 Practising multi-choice and sentence answers
28 Making sense of headlines
29 Appreciating cartoons
30 Considering youth issues
31 Reviewing your Treaty understanding
32 Committing to a process
33 Thinking about conflict
34 Responding to war resources

Index and Skills summary

Amnesty International and human rights (Analysing, Establishing criteria )
Conflict (Expressing attitudes, Self-knowledge)
Culture (Representing, Activating prior knowledge)
Discrimination (Recognising discriminatory practices and behaviour, Assessing)
Entrepreneurial and enterprise qualities, individuals and advice (Self-knowledge and self-control)
Future problem-solving process and global warming and Kiribati (Decision-making and explaining, Problem-solving)
Globalisation (Sorting information, Describing a connection)
Group decisions and Nuremberg (Recognising discriminatory practices and behaviour, Exploring values )
Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, and economies and human rights (Comprehension, Supplying specific words)
Human rights (Expressing ideas clearly, Inferring)
Human rights (Applying terms to definitions, Verifying)
Human rights (Decision-making, Relating)
Human rights (Integrating)
Immigration (Critical thinking, Creating captions)
Immigration (Analysing graphs)
International organisations and countries (Critical thinking, Code-cracking )
Kiwi innovations and ingenuity (Matching, Decision-making)
Kiwis on the move (Critical thinking, Assessing current knowledge)
Kiwi youth (Activating prior knowledge)
Migrants (Interpreting graphic data, Interpreting data in a table)
Mozzies and military spending (Visualising, Decision-making)
New Zealand flag and social commentary (Analysing, Formulating questions) Pacific region (Identifying relationships, Remembering)
Past, present and future work (Assessing past, present and future, Selecting)
Public opinion poll and carrying out poll (Identifying errors, Oral discourse)
Resources and sustainability (Representing, Focussing)
September 11, 2001, and global terrorism (Identifying relationships, Activating prior knowledge)
Sustainability (Integrating, Identifying attributes)
Sustainability (Decision-making, Information-gathering)
Team membership, and team investigations (Concept-formation, Setting goals)
Treaty of Waitangi (Identifying, Recalling)
Waitangi Tribunal (Commitment)
War (Sorting information, Retrieval)
World events (Observing, Creative thinking)

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Ruth Naumann is an experienced Social Studies teacher and the author of numerous social studies publications.

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