How do you analyze information? Analyzing information is critical in understanding an issue.
The following activities will help introduce you to the concepts throughout the chapter. Your teacher will direct you to the activities to complete below.
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How does doing good research relate to you?
In order to create systems change, you have to have the support from a diverse group of people. How you learn about an issue comes from the context in which you bring into your questions and how those questions frame your goals. How do you find the context (aka different views) in issues that affect you and your community?
The podcast below will help you start to understand the importance of understanding other peoples values and why it’s important to create systems change. As Executive Director of the Angus Reid Institute, Shachi Kurl can be found offering analysis on CBC’s “At Issue,” Canada’s most-watched political panel, as well as other influential forums.
This podcast is featured across all 5 subjects here on Nature Labs. We’re going to show you throughout this unit how each subject links to one another. You might not like art, or science, or English, or social studies – but hey – they are all related. Let’s find out how.
🧍🏽🧍🏿♀️/👩🏾💻 Remember the theme you selected in lesson one? Select that ONE theme you chose and continue the story.