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The perfect society

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  • 1. The Perfect Society
  • 2. SAWT
  • 3. SAWTIf you could live anywhere in the world, where
  • 4. SAWTIf you could live anywhere in the world, where Why? What about this place appeals to you?
  • 5. SAWT If you could live anywhere in the world, where Why? What about this place appeals to you? Describe your perfect life.~ Who would you want with you?~ What would you do every day?~ What kinds of rules would you follow?~ How would you make money?
  • 6. UTOPIA
  • 7. YOUR TASK:DESCRIBE THE “PERFECT SOCIETY”.
  • 8. PRESENTATION OF THE TASK: WORK IN SMALL GROUPS. CREATE A KEYNOTE PRESENTATION DESCRIBING YOUR SOCIETY.PRESENT YOUR KEYNOTE TO THE LARGE GROUP.
  • 9. Core Values Choose three core values that will serve as the foundation for yoursociety. These values must be clearly presented and guide the decisions you make for your society.
  • 10. Core Values Definition: A principle that guides anorganization’s internal conduct as well as its relationship with the external world.
  • 11. Examples of Core Values:Adventure Fun Balance God PowerConfidence Growth Progress Control Happiness Reason Creativity Health RespectDiscipline Hope Responsibility Diversity Honesty SecurityExcellence Humility Self-relianceEducation Humor Service Faith Independence Spirituality Family Integrity StrengthFinancial Security Kindness Success Friends Knowledge Truth Freedom Leadership Wisdom Fulfillment MarriageForgiveness Peace of Mind
  • 12. NameChoose a creative and appropriate name to represent your new society. Explain yourchoice in a way that makes reasons for the name clear.
  • 13. MottoCreate a slogan or motto that inhabitants of your utopia will follow. Explain themeaning and significance of the motto you choose.
  • 14. FlagDesign a flag that will represent your utopia. Explain the meaning and significance of the flag you design.
  • 15. List of Rules Develop a list of at least ten rules that allcommunity members will follow. Provide a rationale (reasoning) for each rule.
  • 16. Governing BodyHow will the government of this utopia bestructured? Will you have a democracy, an anarchy, a monarchy, or a dictatorship? How will your utopia make decisions?
  • 17. Educational SystemDescribe the educational system of yoursociety. What is school like at each age?
  • 18. AdvertisementDevelop an advertisement for your society. This ad should be complete with pictures that are representative of life in your utopia.
  • 19. ExtraWhat additional information would you like to tell us about your society? ~ How many people live there? ~ What does the terrain look like? ~ What do the buildings look like? ~ How did the society begin?~ What are the consequences for breaking the rules? ~ What are some jobs people hold?
  • 20. Finished? 1) Check your project with me.2) Include your group members’ names on the first slide. 3) Email me the Keynote file.