1.Introduction, Unit outline, Start class blogs, complete class survey

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Nov 14, 2013 (4 years and 1 month ago)

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ITGS IB 11/12

Rationale
:
To teach students about how the
government utilizes IT in a variety of different
fronts including campaigning, data tracking, and in
the military. Also to show students how
governments can control the internet



Goals:
(IRPs)

IB Strand 2 objectives, IB Group 3 aims, ITGS aims as outlined in
http://www.ibo.org/diploma/assessment/subjectoutlines/documents/d_3_itgsx_gui
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out_1001_1_e.pdf


Politics and Government



Accommodations:
-
Students in the grade 12 level that have to write the IB paper.





LESSON TOPIC

SPECIFIC
LESSON
OBJECTIVES


TEACHING
METHODS +
ACTIVITIES


STUDENT ACTIVITIES

MATERIALS/

RESOURCE
S

ASSESSMEN
T

STRATEGIES
+ CRITERIA

1.

Introduction,
Unit outline,
Start class
blogs, complete
class survey

-
Students
should be
able to view
the class blog

-
Students
should be
able to start
their own
blogs and
style it in a
manner they
choose

-
Students
should be
able to write
their first
entry in their
-
To
introduce
myself to the
class

-
To inform
students
about the
units I am
going to be
covering
while I am
with them

-
To
introduce the
class to the
class blog
that I will be
-
Students listen to a presentation about myself and
the units that I will be covering

-
Go over expectations

-
Students go t
o blogger.com to start their own blogs

-
Students write their first blog post

-
Laptop

-
Projector

-
Computers
around the
room

-
While
students are
making their
blogs, circle
the class to
see if they
encounter any
difficulties

-
Visit student
blogs after
class

Gary Ma


Faculty Advisor:

Bruce Seney

Room 208 Blocks 1
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3, 2
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1


School Advisor:

Simon Szeto


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blogs

using to
show
relevant
material

-
For students
to start their
own blog,
play around
with the
design of
their blog,
and to write
the first blog
entry

2.

Government
control of the
internet pg.
290
-
293

-
Students
should be
able to list
some of the
web filtering
technology
and the
counties that
employ them

-
Students
should be
able to
outline some
of the ethical
issues that
come with
web filtering



-
Students
should learn
about
countries that
have
extensive
internet
filtering and
they go about
doing it

-
Students
should learn
about the
Digital
Millennium
Copyright
Act

-
Show
students how
to blacklist a
site on a
computer

-
Watch YouTube video Egypt’s Facebook face
off

-
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describe the
voting
process

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Students
should be
able to
compare and
contrast the
strength and
weaknesses
of paper
voting and e
-
voting

-
Students
should be
able to list
some of the
safe guards
in place to
ensure voting
is sound an
d
accurate
process

paper
process of
voting works

-
Students
should be
able to
compare
paper voting
and
electronic
voting, and
list the
strengths and
weaknesses
of each

-
Show the
class various
video clips of
e
-
voting

-
Show the
cla
ss the
effect of
social media
on a
politician’s
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should learn
about DNA
data storage
use by police


can help
build open
government


5. Military use of IT
pg. 302
-
305


-
Students
should be
able to come
up with ways
virtual reality
is used in the
military

-
Students
should be
able to state
some of the
advantages
that
battlefield
technology
brings to
the
military

-
Students
should be
able to list
some of the
ways terrorist
can engage in
cyberwarfare


-
Virtual
Reality,
mixed reality
systems

-
Battlefield
technology

-
Cyberwarfar
e

-
Show class presentation with the following link:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8JUWUKXV0
8

(flight simulator)

and video of drone in Star Wars


Read textbook section on the unit

-

Students will go on the web to find other examples
of military
technology, and present to the class

-
Students write a response on their blogs after
watching the presentations

-
Laptop

-
Projector

-
Computers
around the
room

-
Watch the
presentations
presented by
the class

-
Visit student
blogs after
class


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