An annual speaker introduces students to those in the greater community who are recognized for their philanthropic contributions to society.
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To have students present checks and explain their assessment criteria for making a $500 donation to the organization of their choice.
Individuals and nations who struggle with poverty and hunger do so as a result of many factors, including cost of living, environmental impact, societal pressures and social service support that are available.
Students explore the causes and impacts of hunger, and how hunger differs depending on location.
What is a famine and what are its effects? Students read and write an "interior monologue" response.
Students conduct and compile research about hunger.
Students learn about food scarcity through a particular country's story.
Students will learn about overpopulation and its connection to hunger.
Students will learn about the similarities and differences of the hunger situation in the two different classifications of countries: industrialized nations and developing nations.