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Mock International Criminal Trial for the Former Yugoslavia

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http://rims.k12.ca.us/activity/yugoslavia/

Description: You are part of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia that will bring justice to the "Persons Responsible for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law. Standards 10.10.2, 11.9.1, and Government 12.3.4, 12.9.1

Author: Terrence Fix, Manteca HS

Lesson ID: 723

What's Next for China and the U.S.?

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http://rims.k12.ca.us/activity/china/index.html

Description: You have been contacted by the president of the US and he would like you to give him some advice regarding a country he knows very little about. The president is aware that China is going through a great deal of change - both economic (toward capitalism) and political (the addition of Hong Kong and a change of leadership). He also knows there are factions within China that are incredibly resistant to change. An example of this resistance occurred during the Cultural Revolution of the 1960s and 70s. The President would like you to study this key event and any others you feel are relevant and to prepare a report detailing your view of the effect these changes will have on China and a prediction of how the government will react. Will they reverse their current policies or continue to relax controls? Standards 10.9.4, 10.10, and 11.9.4

Author: W.J. Davis, Walnut High

Lesson ID: 1235

Civil Rights/Casualties of Wartime

http://www.eduref.org/Virtual/Lessons/Social_Studies/History/HIS0002.html

Description: This generation which has not experienced warfare sometimes expresses a yearning for its excitement and finality. Perhaps history has glorified war by its focus on victors, strategies, and wartime leaders. This activity is an attempt to balance this treatment of war with concern for the domestic consequences of nations going to war. It is particularly appropriate after studying the fall of Athens or Rome in World History, the US in the Civil War or during World War I, and as a current issues lesson during times of international tension. Standards 11.9.4 and 12.7.8, 12.10 civics

Author: Linda Hugle, Hidden Valley High School, Grants Pass, OR

Lesson ID: 223

Human Costs of War: Examining the Role of Civilians in Armed Conflict:

http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/lessons/19991004monday.html?searchpv=learning_lessons

Description: Explore the notion of the civilian cost to armed warfare, then work in small groups to identify the rationale behind U.S. involvement in recent conflicts, the civilian cost of those conflicts, as well as where Americans get their information about U.S. involvement in overseas wars. Standards 10.8.6, Government 12.8 all

Author: Elyse Fischer, The New York Times Learning Network, Lorin Driggs, The Bank Street College of Education in New York City

Lesson ID: 544

Japan in the World: East Asia Security

http://www.iwanami.co.jp/jpworld/text/ForeignPolicy01.html

Description: Students conduct research into the historical context and influences on Japan's current security policy.They will identify the key elements of Japan's security policy as it enters the 21st century, with special attention to the issue of Japan's proper role in ensuring East Asian security. In a culminating simulation, student groups will adopt multiple national perspectives to debate whether Japan's current policy will be sufficient as Japan and Asia approach the 21st century. Standards 10.10.1 and 11.9.2

Author: Diplomats Online

Lesson ID: 598

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