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  • 1. Preparing for UN quiz
  • 2. PART 2
  • 3. Level 1 Question Knowledge Question (level one) Basic Question with brief answer. Question has a correct answerKnowledge questions generally begin with the words who, what, when, or where.Multiple choice and True/False questions.
  • 4. Knowledge Questions1. How many countries form the Security Council?2. Who is the Secretary General of the UN?3. Which US Senator argued that the UN is failing as a peacekeeping organization?a. Richard Blumenthalb. John Ensignc. Barack Obamad. Wilson Woodrow
  • 5. APPLICATIONOn a piece of paper writea. 2 different types of knowledge questions based on sections 1 and 2b. Record the answers to the 2 questions at the bottom of the sheet
  • 6. APPLICATIONOn a piece of paper writea. 2 different types of knowledge questions based on section 3, pp.4 & 5b. Record the answers to the 2 questions at the bottom of the sheet
  • 7. APPLICATIONOn a piece of paper writea. 2 different types of knowledge questions based on section 3, p. 6b. Record the answers to the 2 questions at the bottom of the sheet
  • 8. APPLICATIONOn a piece of paper writea. 2 different types of knowledge questions based on section 4, pp. 7 & 8 (top half)b. Record the answers to the 2 questions at the bottom of the sheet
  • 9. APPLICATIONOn a piece of paper writea. 2 different types of knowledge questions based on section 4, pp. 8 (bottom half) & 9b. Record the answers to the 2 questions at the bottom of the sheet
  • 10. Level 2 QuestionComprehension Question (level two) Question that has a correct answer, but requires a couple sentences to explain.Level two questions usually begin with the words how or why?Other direction words: explain, describe
  • 11. Comprehension Questions1. Why couldn’t the UN intervene in the Syrian revolution ?2. France is not a superpower like the USA and China. Why does it have veto power?1. Explain “collective security.”
  • 12. APPLICATIONOn a piece of paper writea. 2 comprehension questions based on sections 1 and 2b. Record the answers to the 2 questions at the bottom of the sheet
  • 13. APPLICATIONOn a piece of paper writea. 2 comprehension questions based on section 3, pp.4 &5b. Record the answers to the 2 questions at the bottom of the sheet
  • 14. APPLICATIONOn a piece of paper writea. 2 comprehension questions based on section 3, p. 6b. Record the answers to the 2 questions at the bottom of the sheet
  • 15. APPLICATIONOn a piece of paper writea. 2 comprehension questions based on section 4, pp. 7 & 8 (top half)b. Record the answers to the 2 questions at the bottom of the sheet
  • 16. APPLICATIONOn a piece of paper writea. 2 comprehension questions based on section 4, pp. 8 (bottom half) & 9b. Record the answers to the 2 questions at the bottom of the sheet
  • 17. PART 1Aa. Write your own Analysis question in SS Written Work googledoc (at the top)b. Write a detailed answer and give examplesc. Copy the rubric from Mr Hamlin’s blog into the googledoc after your answer.d. Due:PART 1B a. Write your own Synthesis question in SS Written Work googledoc (below the Analysis rubric) b. Write a detailed answer and give examples c. Copy the rubric from Mr Hamlin’s blog into the googledoc after your answer. d. Due:
  • 18. Levels of QuestioningAnalysis question (level three) Question that has no correct answer. These are questions that have limited choices and are answered with an opinion that is supported by some evidence or logical thought.Example: Do you agree that it was a good decision to base the UN headquarters in the United States? Explain your answer.Analysis questions can begin with any word. The important thing is that they cannot have a correct answer.
  • 19. Levels of QuestioningSynthesis question (level four) Question that has no correct answer. These are questions that have many possibilities and are answered with an opinion that is supported by some evidence or logical thought.Example: If the UN had not been founded after WW2, how could world relations be different from what they are today?Analysis questions can begin with any word. The important thing is that they cannot have a correct answer (at least in the present time).
  • 20. We can think of these levels of questions like a pyramid. Synthesis– requires explanation of opinion- based response, based on unlimited options Analysis – requires explanation of opinion-based choice, based on two or three options. Comprehension– requires complete factual explanation Knowledge – short, factual answer required

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