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Global Perspectives - Essay

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Transcript of Global Perspectives - Essay

Identify and use relevant
sources
A good range - books, web, video, tv,
newspaper
*tip : wikipedia can sometimes provide
a good selection of reference links to a
particular topic.
Analyse at least two conflicting perspectives
Local economic VS National political
Identify and evaluate the evidence that supports the perspectives
• Explain how the research has affected your personal perspectives
Assess the
credibility of sources
Output
Overview
Identifying and exploring the:

1. Context and basis of the arguments from different perspectives

2. Understand the arguments

3. Offer a critical view of them and reach a personal view.
GOOD GRADES
Use the criteria of credibility
RAVEN and RSS
Remember to keep the context
in mind - ie. don't assess credibility of source in
isolation when it can be
corroborated
Global Perspectives
Write an essay on a global issue
A global issue in 1750 - 2000 words.
show an awareness
of the limitations of
the arguments
considered -
individually
TIP:
In your intro say
how/why your topic is a global issue
Context is the scenario/situation and can be answered
with the 'w's' how, when , why, what etc.

Basis of arguments: justifications

Different perspectives can include:

Personal, local, national, regional, global and through the
themes:

Economics
Ethics
Environment
Science and Technology
Culture
Politics
Your argument:
E.g.
West Papuan culture is very
important to protect because
it offers unique qualities
Awareness of the limitations:
E.g.
Preserving traditions and cultures is not always desirable,
who can decide? The UN does
have an endangered culture
list but is the West Papuans
culture on it?
Present convincing
conclusion
that answers
the question posed
Suggest further
research...
If you have missed any of the process frames
you WILL NOT GET THE RIGHT OUTPUT
30% component 2
Cambridge International AS Level Global Perspectives
Syllabus code 8987
Adapted and summarized from:

Cambridge International AS Level Global Perspectives Syllabus code 8987. (2012). Cambridge International.

Photos and illustrations unknown
More info: https://sites.google.com/site/schoolofglobalperspectives/ireflect
OPVL (Origin, Purpose, Value and Limitation).
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