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Republic of the Philippines

Laguna State Polytechnic University


Province of Laguna
A.Y. 2019 - 2020

Gec 103:
The Contemporary World

Submitted by:

RIVERA, Joshua S.

BS Mathematics – 1B

Submitted to:

Mrs. Celeste Marquez


LESSON 6:
Global Governance
Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________
Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020
Activity: Issue/Challenge in Global Governance: A SWOT Analysis

A SWOT analysis is a strategic planning technique used to help a person or


organization identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats related to
business competition or project planning. Strengths and weakness are frequently
internally-related, while opportunities and threats commonly focus on the external
environment. The name is an acronym for the four parameters the technique
examines:
 Strengths: characteristics of the business or project that give it an advantage
over others.
 Weaknesses: characteristics of the business that place the business or
project at a disadvantage relative to others.
 Opportunities: elements in the environment that the business or project could
exploit to its advantage.
 Threats: elements in the environment that could cause trouble for the
business or project. (Wikipedia “SWOT Analysis,” 2019)

Choose one issue/challenge in global governance from the following: rogue


state, ethnic conflict, infectious disease, terrorism, climate change, food and water
scarcity, international migration, human trafficking, drug trafficking, piracy and
proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction and then use the SWOT analysis
template below.
Identified Issue/Challenge in Global Governance: ______Climate Change______
STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES
OPPORTUNITIES THREATS

RUBRIC
3 - Full Accomplishment - Students identified an issue/challenge in global
governance and applied the SWOT analysis in a clear and consistent
manner.
2 - Substantial Accomplishment - Students identified an issue/challenge in global
governance and applied the SWOT analysis and do so in a somewhat
consistent manner.
1 - Little or Partial Accomplishment - Students have difficulty identifying an
issue/challenge in global governance and applied the SWOT analysis
consistently.
LESSON 7:
THE GLOBAL
NORTH-SOUTH
DIVIDE
Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________
Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020
Essay: “Global Stratification & Poverty” Video Evaluation Chart

Watch Crash Course Sociology #27: Global Stratification & Poverty hosted by
Nicole Sweeney during your free time. Use this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=6rts_PWIVTU and then read the instructions below carefully and answer the
following questions cogently.

I. Reaction (Check the blank below)


____Very Favorable
____ Favorable
____Unfavorable
____Uncertain

II. Your response to the video in six words:

___________________________________________________________________
III. In just six words, explain the purpose/theme/aim of the video as you see it.

___________________________________________________________________

IV. Make a summary of the video in ten words.


___________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________

V. In ten words, what are the values you learned from this video?
___________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________

RUBRIC
3 - Full Participation - Students wrote their reflection essays about the video in a
clear and consistent manner.
2 - Substantial Participation - Students wrote their reflection essays about the
video and do so in a somewhat consistent manner.
1 - Little or Partial Participation - Students have difficulty writing their reflection
essays about the video consistently.
Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________
Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020
Essay: “Theories of Global Stratification” Video Evaluation Chart

Watch Crash Course Sociology #28: Theories of Global Stratification hosted


by Nicole Sweeney during your free time. Use this link
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b350ljkYWrU and then read the instructions
below carefully and answer the following questions cogently.

I. Reaction (Check the blank below)


____Very Favorable
____ Favorable
____Unfavorable
____Uncertain

II. Your response to the video in six words:

___________________________________________________________________

III. In just six words, explain the purpose/theme/aim of the video as you see it.

___________________________________________________________________

IV. Make a summary of the video in ten words.


___________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________

V. In ten words, what are the values you learned from this video?
___________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________

RUBRIC
3 - Full Participation - Students wrote their reflection essays about the video in a
clear and consistent manner.
2 - Substantial Participation - Students wrote their reflection essays about the
video and do so in a somewhat consistent manner.
1 - Little or Partial Participation - Students have difficulty writing their reflection
essays about the video consistently.
Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________
Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020
Activity: Global North-South Divide Photo Collage

A collage is a work of art composed of numerous materials… Originating from the


French word “coller”, meaning “to glue”, the collage allows you to experiment with a wide
range of materials to achieve amazing end results (“How to Make a Collage,” 2018). In this
activity, students will have an option to create a collage using words and pictures to show
the dichotomy between the Global North and the Global South.

Materials Needed

1 whole illustration board, old-fashion or news magazines, newsprint, photographs or


electronic images, art papers, bond paper, Elmer’s glue, foils, tapes, scissors, marker,
ribbons, beads, string, feathers or fabric

Method

1. Collect the materials needed for making a collage.


2. Use cut-outs from magazines or newsprint.
3. Make use of different foils or tapes. Use colored masking or duct tape.
4. Use photographs. Cutting images from old photographs can lend your collage a retro feel.
5. Fold, cut or tear the paper into different shapes. You can use scissors to make different
shapes.
6. Cut out a whole picture, an identifiable part, or just enough to evoke texture, color, or
feeling.
7. To make a word, cut out letters from sources that use different fonts.
8. Choose an assigned theme (e.g. Global North or Global South).
9. Consider adding embellishments like ribbons, beads, string, feathers or fabric in the
collage.
10. Figure out what you’re going to glue the collage onto your illustration board.
11. Assemble the pieces before you glue them.
12. Glue the collage. Use Elmer’s glue to fasten the images into the collage. Let the collage
dry.
13. After completing your collage, snap a picture of it with your smartphone.
14. Be prepared to present your collage to the class by answering the following questions:
a. What is the subject matter of the collage?
b. What are the things you see in the collage?
c. What is going on in the collage?
d. What is your realization after doing this activity?
e. What is the possible title you will use in your collage?

RUBRIC
Use the rubric below to assess the output and presentation of the students:
3 – The student creates a collage and explains his/her work in a clear and
consistent manner. There are no major grammatical errors.
2 – The student creates a collage and explains his/her work and do so in a
somewhat consistent manner. There may be minor grammatical errors.
1 – The student has difficulty in creating a collage and explaining his/her work.
There may be major grammatical errors.
0 – The student makes an attempt to create a collage but the explanation is
without merit.
Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________
Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020
Quiz: Essay

Answer each question in exactly 140 words:


(1) In what ways did the global north-south divide?
(2) What way or method do you recommend to resolve the gap/divide between
the Global North and the Global South?

1.

2.
LESSON 8:
ASIAN
REGIONALISM
Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________
Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020

Activity: Essay Analysis Chart

Apply this chart to Björn Hettne’s “Globalization, The New Regionalism and
East Asia” from United Nations University Global Seminar '96 Shonan Session.
Check your understanding of this essay by filling in the chart below. Use a separate
sheet of paper if necessary.

Introduction (identify the work)

Thesis Statement

Part 1 (explanation and details)

Part 2 (explanation and details)

Part 3 (explanation and details)

Part 4 (explanation and details)

Conclusion
Essay Rubric

5  has a strong central idea (thesis) that is related to the topic;


points  provides compelling support to the thesis topic;
 has a clear, logical organization with well‐developed major points that
are supported with concrete and specific evidence;
 uses effective transitions between ideas;
 uses appropriate words composing sophisticated sentences;
 expresses ideas freshly and vividly;
 is free of mechanical, grammatical, and spelling errors.
 is not more or less than required page length.
4  has a strong central idea that is related to the assignment;
points  has a clear, logical organization with developed major points, but the
supporting evidence may not be especially vivid or thoughtful;
 uses appropriate words accurately, but seldom exhibits an admirable
style while the sentences tend to be less sophisticated;
 has few mechanical, grammatical, and spelling errors that do not distract
from the overall message.
 is substantially more or less than required page length.
3  not quite a 4‐point essay, but better than a 2‐point essay.
points  is not related to the assignment
 is substantially more or less than required page length.
2  is not related to the assignment
points  has a central idea that is presented in such a way that the reader
understands the writer’s purpose;
 has an organization that reveals a plan, but the evidence tends to be
general rather than specific or concrete;
 uses common words accurately, but sentences tend to be simplistic and
unsophisticated;
 has one or two severe mechanical or grammatical errors.
 is substantially more or less than required page length.
1 point  lacks a central idea (no thesis);
 lacks clear organization;
 is not related to the assignment;
 fails to develop main points, or develops them in a repetitious or illogical
way;
 fails to use common words accurately;
 uses a limited vocabulary in that chosen words fail to serve the writer's
purpose;
 has three or more mechanical or grammatical errors.
Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________
Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020
Essay: “Asia's rise -- how and when from” Video Evaluation Chart

Watch Hans Rosling’s talk Asia's rise -- how and when from TEDxIndia during
your free time. Use this link
https://www.ted.com/talks/hans_rosling_asia_s_rise_how_and_when?language=en
and then read the instructions below carefully and answer the following questions
cogently.

I. Reaction (Check the blank below)


____Very Favorable
____ Favorable
____Unfavorable
____Uncertain

II. Your response to the video in six words:

__________________________________________________________________
III. In just six words, explain the purpose/theme/aim of the video as you see it.

___________________________________________________________________
IV. Make a summary of the video in ten words.
___________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________

V. In ten words, what are the values you learned from this video?
___________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________

RUBRIC
3 - Full Participation - Students wrote their reflection essays about the video in a
clear and consistent manner.
2 - Substantial Participation - Students wrote their reflection essays about the
video and do so in a somewhat consistent manner.
1 - Little or Partial Participation - Students have difficulty writing their reflection
essays about the video consistently.
Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________
Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020
Essay: “How the West can adapt to a rising Asia” Video Evaluation Chart

Watch Kishore Mahbubani’s talk How the West can adapt to a rising Asia
from TED2019 during your free time. Use this link
https://www.ted.com/talks/kishore_mahbubani_how_the_west_can_adapt_to_a_risin
g_asia?language=en and then read the instructions below carefully and answer the
following questions cogently.

I. Reaction (Check the blank below)


____Very Favorable
____ Favorable
____Unfavorable
____Uncertain

II. Your response to the video in six words:

___________________________________________________________________
III. In just six words, explain the purpose/theme/aim of the video as you see it.

___________________________________________________________________
IV. Make a summary of the video in ten words.
___________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________

V. In ten words, what are the values you learned from this video?
___________________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________________

RUBRIC
3 - Full Participation - Students wrote their reflection essays about the video in a
clear and consistent manner.
2 - Substantial Participation - Students wrote their reflection essays about the
video and do so in a somewhat consistent manner.
1 - Little or Partial Participation - Students have difficulty writing their reflection
essays about the video consistently.
Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________
Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020
Activity: Discovering Asia

Ustad Ahmad Lahauri, The Taj Mahal, Agra, India (1632-1653)

“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page,” so said
Saint Augustine. In this activity, students will spend time exploring the Internet, and
try to look for and get eight interesting images of places in Asia. The goal of this
activity is to help students be familiar with and appreciate the different places located
in our continent.

Materials Needed
A laptop computer, MS Powerpoint

Method
1. Search the Internet and obtain eight pictures about the places located in
Asia.
2. Describe each picture in 10 words by describing its subject or content.
3. Create a Powerpoint presentation.
4. Present your 8 pictures to the class.
5. Share any lesson or insight that you gain from this activity.

RUBRIC
3 - Full Accomplishment – Students presented their 8 pictures in 80 words about
places located in Asia in a clear and consistent manner.
2 - Substantial Accomplishment - Students presented their 8 pictures in 80 words
about places located in Asia and do so in a somewhat consistent manner.
1 – Little Accomplishment – Students have difficulty presenting their 8 pictures in
80 words about places located in Asia consistently.
Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________
Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020
Activity: ASIAN COUNTRIES WORD SEARCH

R A M A L D I V E S V A T A
E N E P A L C A M B O D I A
R N A T S I K A P I W D N M
P A N O N A B E L T N H D Y
O N S M P T O O D I I U R A
N A O N E E R O P A G N I S
A J A B N E M E Y N A A L O
M B L D R D N A L I A H T T
O A D R N U O U N M A I A I
R A T A Q D N H I I N A M A
E B H U T A N E A R V N R W
I J O R D A N O I D A O U U
N I N A M A N T E I V N B K
N O A K I N D O N E S I A A

YEMEN INDONESIA OMAN LEBANON BURMA


BHUTAN PAKISTAN CAMBODIA LAOS INDIA
VIETNAM NEPAL THAILAND QATAR IRAN
MALDIVES BRUNEI SINGAPORE KUWAIT JORDAN
Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________
Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020
Midterm Examination

Directions: Read the following questions and quotes about globalization and
then answer each question and quote in exactly 140 words on a separate sheet of
paper.

A. Questions

1. What is globalization and who are its major actors and agencies?

2. What is the role of the internet/communication/technology in globalization?

3. What are the benefits of globalization for the average person? What are the
drawbacks of globalization for the average person?

4. List three specific things that we can do to maximize the potential of globalization
while minimizing its deleterious effects.

5. Are there alternatives to globalization?

B. Quotes

1. “Globalization is a fact of life. But I believe we have underestimated its fragility."


― Kofi Annan

2. “Our task is not to make societies safe for globalization, but to make the global
system safe for decent societies.” ― John J. Sweeney

3. “Globalization has made national boundaries more porous but not irrelevant. Nor
does globalization mean the creation of a universal community.” ― Joseph S.
Nye Jr.

4. “Globalization means standardization. The very rich and the very poor must want
the same things, but only the rich can have them.” ― Arundhati Roy

5. “At the end of the day, we supported globalization because we wanted to be able
to buy cheaper computers, cheaper vehicles, cheaper clothes and cheaper
furniture. Wal-Mart parking lots were jammed with North American workers
buying bargain-basement-priced goods made in China even if in the process they
were shopping themselves right out of their own jobs.” ― Jeff Rubin
Essay Rubric
Traits 4 3 2 1
Focus & There is one clear, There is one There is one topic. The topic and main
Details well focused topic. clear, well Main ideas are ideas are not clear.
Main ideas are focused topic. somewhat clear.
clear and are well Main ideas are
supported by clear but are not
detailed and well supported
accurate by detailed
information. information.
Organization The introduction is The introduction The introduction There is no clear
inviting, states the states the main states the main introduction,
main topic, and topic and topic. A conclusion structure, or
provides an provides an is included. conclusion.
overview of the overview of the
paper. Information paper. A
is relevant and conclusion is
presented in a included.
logical order. The
conclusion is
strong.
Voice The author’s The author’s The author’s The author’s
purpose of writing purpose of purpose of writing is knowledge and/or
is very clear, and writing is somewhat clear, experience with the
there is strong somewhat and there is topic is/are limited.
evidence of clear, and there evidence of The author’s
attention to is some attention to purpose of writing
audience. The evidence of audience. is unclear.
author’s extensive attention to
knowledge and/or audience. The
experience with the author’s
topic is/are evident. knowledge
and/or
experience with
the topic is/are
evident.
Word Choice The author uses The choice and The author uses The writer uses a
vivid words and placement of words that limited vocabulary.
phrases. The words is communicate Jargon or clichés
choice and inaccurate at clearly, but the may be present
placement of words times and/or writing lacks variety. and detract from
seems accurate, seems the meaning.
natural, and not overdone.
forced. The author
uses vivid words
and phrases.
Sentence All sentences are Most sentences Most sentences are Sentences sound
Structure, well constructed are well well constructed awkward, are
Grammar, and have precise constructed and and have varied distractingly
Mechanics, & number of length. have varied length. The author repetitive, or are
Spelling The author makes length. The makes several difficult to
no errors in author makes a errors in grammar, understand. The
grammar, few errors in mechanics, and/or author makes
mechanics, and/or grammar, spelling that numerous errors in
spelling. mechanics, interfere with grammar,
and/or spelling, understanding. mechanics, and/or
but they do not spelling that
interfere with interfere with
understanding. understanding.
LESSON 9:
GLOBAL MEDIA
CULTURES
Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________
Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020

Activity: Essay Analysis Chart

Apply this chart to Marwan M. Kraidy’s “Globalization of Culture through


Media”. Check your understanding of this essay by filling in the chart below. Use a
separate sheet of paper if necessary.

Introduction (identify the work)

Thesis Statement

Part 1 (explanation and details)

Part 2 (explanation and details)

Part 3 (explanation and details)

Part 4 (explanation and details)

Conclusion

Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________


Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020
Activity: Group Report
Students will form groups of 3-5. Each group will be asked to pick an Asian
musical act that became internationally famous. In their group report, they must
answer the following questions:
1. Where did the musical act/artist originate?
2. In which countries did the artist/s become famous?
3. How did the artist/s become famous?
4. Why do you think the artist/s became famous?

At the end of their group report, each group must be able to perform a portion of
the musical act.

RUBRIC
3 - Full Accomplishment – Students presented and performed their reports about
an Asian musical act in a clear and consistent manner.
2 - Substantial Accomplishment - Students presented and performed their reports
about an Asian musical act and do so in a somewhat consistent manner.
1 – Little Accomplishment – Students have difficulty presenting and performing
their reports about an Asian musical act consistently.

Image: The KPop Group Momoland / Wikipedia

Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________


Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020
Research: Cultural Globalization vs. Cultural Imperialism

Use the Internet to compare and contrast cultural globalization and cultural
imperialism.

Cultural Cultural
globalization Imperialism

Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________


Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020
Quiz: Political Cartoon

Direction: Explain the theme of this political cartoon in exactly 140 words.
LESSON 10:
THE
GLOBALIZATION
OF RELIGION
Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________
Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020

Activity: Essay Analysis Chart

Apply this chart to Daniel Globiewski’s “Religion and Globalization: New


Possibilities, Furthering Challenges”. Check your understanding of this essay by
filling in the chart below. Use a separate sheet of paper if necessary.

Introduction (identify the work)

Thesis Statement

Part 1 (explanation and details)

Part 2 (explanation and details)

Part 3 (explanation and details)

Part 4 (explanation and details)

Conclusion
Essay Rubric

5  has a strong central idea (thesis) that is related to the topic;


points  provides compelling support to the thesis topic;
 has a clear, logical organization with well‐developed major
points that are supported with concrete and specific evidence;
 uses effective transitions between ideas;
 uses appropriate words composing sophisticated sentences;
 expresses ideas freshly and vividly;
 is free of mechanical, grammatical, and spelling errors.
 is not more or less than required page length.
4  has a strong central idea that is related to the assignment;
points  has a clear, logical organization with developed major points,
but the supporting evidence may not be especially vivid or
thoughtful;
 uses appropriate words accurately, but seldom exhibits an
admirable style while the sentences tend to be less
sophisticated;
 has few mechanical, grammatical, and spelling errors that do
not distract from the overall message.
 is substantially more or less than required page length.
3  not quite a 4‐point essay, but better than a 2‐point essay.
points  is not related to the assignment
 is substantially more or less than required page length.
2  is not related to the assignment
points  has a central idea that is presented in such a way that the
reader understands the writer’s purpose;
 has an organization that reveals a plan, but the evidence tends
to be general rather than specific or concrete;
 uses common words accurately, but sentences tend to be
simplistic and unsophisticated;
 has one or two severe mechanical or grammatical errors.
 is substantially more or less than required page length.
1 point  lacks a central idea (no thesis);
 lacks clear organization;
 is not related to the assignment;
 fails to develop main points, or develops them in a repetitious
or illogical way;
 fails to use common words accurately;
 uses a limited vocabulary in that chosen words fail to serve the
writer's purpose;
 has three or more mechanical or grammatical errors.

Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________


Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020
Activity: Film Review
Whether a movie is a rotten tomato or a brilliant work of art, if people are
watching it, it’s worth critiquing. A good movie review should entertain, persuade and
inform, providing an original opinion without giving away too much of the plot. A
great movie review can be a work of art in its own right. Fill in the chart below to
write your film review about PBS Frontline’s “The Rise of ISIS”.

Contents of the Film Title of your Film Review


Review
BACKGROUND

The title of the film


is…
This fascinating film
is...
The film is directed
by…
The film is produced
by…
The film is set in…
This film is based
on…
The genre of the film
is…
MAIN POINTS OF THE PLOT

The plot focuses on…


The plot revolves
around…
The story concerns
about…
The story has a twist
in…
The reaches a climax
when…
The story / plot is
absolutely…
GENERAL COMMENTS AND OPINIONS

The cast is…


The script / story is…
The ending of the film
is…
The music is…
The props / special
effects are…
The acting is…
The pacing is…
The cinematography
is…
Over all, the film is…

RECOMMENDATIONS

Don’t miss it!


It is well worth seeing!
I highly recommend
this film!
It will change the way
you see… after
watching this film.
Fans of… will no
doubt be thrilled by
this.
I would not
recommend this film
because…
It’s a boring movie.
Don’t bother with this
one.
Only watch this film if
you have plenty of
time to spare.

RUBRIC
3 - Full Accomplishment - Students closely examined the film elements and
followed the details of the film review in a clear and consistent manner.
2 - Substantial Accomplishment - Students examined the film elements and
followed the details of the film review and do so in a somewhat consistent
manner.
1 - Little or Partial Accomplishment - Students have difficulty examining the film
elements and the details of the film review consistently.
Name ________Rivera, Joshua S._________________ ____ _ Score ________
Subject and Section _____ __BS Mathematics – 1B_ _ ___ _ Date 06/03/2020
Research: The World’s Religions Differentiated

Directions: To compare is to tell how two or more things are alike. To


contrast is to tell how two or more things are different. Clue words such as like or
as show comparisons. Clue words such as but or unlike show contrasts. Often
authors don’t use clue words. Readers must make comparisons for themselves. Use
this chart to compare and contrast any two major religions of the world.

Major Religions
Judaism Christianity

Major Religions
Islam Hinduism
Major Religions
Sikhism Jainism

Major Religions
Buddhism Confucianism