Abstract“If the world were 100 people” has been around in K-12 education as a popular exercise that introduces students to issues in global society. This resource upgraded the exercise for college students in introductory-level sociology course. Specifically, this resource requires students to: 1) take the role of the leader of a virtual global community; 2)...
- Subject Area(s):
- Introduction to Sociology/Social Problems
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- Class Level(s):
- College 200
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Usage NotesRefer to the attachment.
Learning Goals and Assessments
- SLO1: Enable students to formulate possible solutions to what they see as problems in today’s society.
- SLO2: Enable students to use the concepts of manifest function, latent function, and dysfunction to critically examine different approaches to social problems.
- SLO3: Enable students to present a sociologically informed assessments on social policies.
- A1: How appropriately students respond to Question 2 on the assignment.
- A2: How appropriately students respond to Question 3 on the assignment.
- A3: How appropriately students respond to Question 4 on the assignment.