Investigate how the United Nations work
Você está no roteiro de estudos para o terceiro bimestre elaborado pelo professor Antonio Archangelo, de Língua Inglesa, da Escola Estadual Januário Sylvio Pezzotti, Rio Claro/SP.
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Concluir o Exercício proposto;
Participar do Fórum.
ACTIVITY 4 –
a) In pairs, investigate how the United Nations work related to each topic below. What do they do in order to …
St. A: The United Nations Organization maintains international peace and security by working to prevent conflict/ helping parties in conflict make peace/ peacekeeping/creating the conditions to allow peace to hold and flourish.
The UN Organization ….
- maintains international peace and security
- protects Human Rights
- delivers humanitarian Aid
- promotes sustainable development
- upholds international law
|( ) …by working to prevent conflict/ helping parties in conflict make peace/ peacekeeping/ by|
creating the conditions to allow peace to hold and flourish.
|( ) … by courts, tribunals, multilateral treaties and by the Security Council, which can approve|
peacekeeping missions/ impose sanctions/ or authorize the use of force when there is a threat
to international peace and security, if it deems this necessary. These powers are given to it by the UN Charter, which is considered an international treaty.
|( ) …by the international community to coordinate humanitarian relief operations due to natural|
and man-made disasters in areas beyond the relief capacity of national authorities alone.
|( ) …by promoting prosperity and economic opportunity/ greater social well-being/ and protection of the environment/ by offering the best path forward for improving the lives of people|
|( ) …by making the promotion and protection of Human Rights a key purpose and guiding principle of the Organization. In 1948, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights brought human|
rights into the realm of international law.
b) Have you read the UDHR? Take your turn and write down your impression on your notebook. Then, leave your comments here. You can see some examples at: (* https://www.un.org/en/universal-declaration-human-rights/)
c) Go back to Activity 1 – C and fill in the 3rd column of the KWL Chart.
|What I know||What I want to Know||What I have learned|
b) In groups, you are working for The United Communities in your neighborhood. Think about the problems that people in your neighborhood have to face everyday. Write down a list of them on your notebook.
c) In groups, organize a poll of questions to interview students or people from the neighborhood, in order to find out the order of importance of the problems they face and their suggestions
to solve them.
d) In pairs, interview students or people in the neighborhood (use the questions selected by the group) and collect their answers.
e) Think about each kind of graph in column A and match them to its purposes in column B.
|COLUMN A||COLUMN B|
|1. Comparisons||( ) Shows the different parts that make up a whole.|
Perfect for showing percentages.
|2. Trends||( ) Perfect for qualitative data. Useful for looking at|
|3. Composition and proportions||( ) Shows changes or progress over a period of time.|
|4. Relationships||( ) Shows the similarities and differences between|
two or more categories.
|5. Project management||( ) Shows the different parts that make up a whole.|
Perfect for showing percentages.
|6. Graphic organizer /Thinking map||( ) Charts for organizing workflows, schedules, processes|
and decision making.
f) Still in groups, create a graph to show your findings, and highlight the number one problem (the most important one, according to the students or the people from the neighborhood).
g) Get in groups again, bring the suggestions you collected during the interview and discuss about the possibility of applying them in order to solve the number one problem.