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    • MAIN  IDEA     Highlight  the  CAUSE  &  the  Hero’s   ACTION  using  the  key  below.                                      CAUSE/TOPIC                                                                                                                                         ACTION  TAKEN           Heroes cared and     took action.   Bob  Geldoff In 1984, Bob Geldoff worked to end world hunger by organizing   “Live Aid” concert & raised $150 million in 1 DAY!           Peter Benenson Nelson Mandela Betty Williams 1961, 2 students in Portugal raised 1920sNelson Mandela protested Betty Williams organized a Peace their glasses to freedom and were South African apartheid (racial March in response to violence in imprisoned for 7 yrs. Peter segregation) in the 1920s. Northern Ireland. However, the Benenson wrote a letter to a local Consequently, he was imprisoned first march encountered violence. paper to rally support for the 27 years for treason. After She persisted and 35,000 peoplestudents & protest this injustice. As Mandela’s release, he ran for showed up for the 2nd march for st a result, he founded Amnesty president and became the 1 peace in Ireland. As a result of her International, a human rights non- democratically elected president in peace efforts, Williams won the governmental organization. South Africa & 19 million people Nobel Peace Prize in 1976. voted! Mandela accomplished his goal and ended apartheid.   P.  2  
    • Excerpt from ‘The Drum Major Instinct’ A Speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, February 4, 1968DIRECTIONS:  HIGHLIGHT  the  MAIN  IDEA  of  the  speech.          …If you want to be important—wonderful. If you want to be recognized—wonderful. If you want to be great—wonderful. But recognize that he whois greatest among you shall be your servant. That’s your new definition ofgreatness. And this morning, the thing that I like about it . . . by givingthat definition of greatness, it means that everybody can be great. Becauseeverybody can serve. You don’t have to have a college degree to serve.You don’t have to make your subject and your verb agree to serve. Youdon’t have to know about Plato and Aristotle to serve. You don’t have toknow Einstein’s theory of relativity to serve. You don’t have to know thesecond theory of thermodynamics in physics to serve. You only need aheart full of grace. A soul generated by love. And you can be that servant…Copyright: Estate of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Copyright renewed 1996, Coretta Scott King.Used by permission of Writers House, LLC, New York City. P.  3  
    • EXAMPLES of Service Learning TopicsEnvironment • • Climate Change Recycling • Deforestation (Rain Forests)Ecosystems • • Littering Hurricane Preparedness • Threatened Environments (Coral Reefs, Ice Caps Melting)Chemistry • • Pinelands Preservation (i.e., Black Run Preserve in Marlton) Drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Preserve • Water Pollution (access to clean water) • Air Pollution • Light PollutionMedical • • Aids Cancer (Breast, Leukemia, Hodgkins, Ovarian, etc) • Disabilities (Hearing, Developmental, Learning, etc)Public • • Drug or Alcohol Abuse Drunk DrivingSafety • • Teen Suicide Cigarettes • Organ Donation/TransplantsPhysics • • Obesity Eating Disorders • Drugs and Sports • Bike Safety/Bike Helmets • Car Accidents (Seat Belts) • Germs/Bacteria (Hand-Washing)Animal • • Animal Testing (i.e., Iams Cruelty) Puppy Mills Dog FightingWelfare • • “Unchain your Dog” • The Seal Hunt • Gorilla Poaching • China Fur Trade • Elephant Poaching • Animal Shelters: Make Adoption your first option • Spay & Neuter pets • Bear Baiting (South Carolina, Middle East) • Circuses (animal abuse) • Dolphin slaughter in Japan (The Cove)Human • • Poverty/Homelessness - focus on 1 country (i.e., USA, Chile, Mexico) Polygamy Child AbuseRights • • Genocide in Darfur • Taliban and treatment of women • World Hunger – focus on • Malnutrition in Malawi: Project Peanut Butter • Women’s Rights in Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, etc • Civil War/ Rape in the Congo • Cyber-bullying • Childhood Prostitution/Enslavement • Bullying • Capital Punishment • Cyber-safety (online risks) • Terrorism • Torture • Education For All : Pakistan (author, Dean Mortenson), India • Discrimination (race, religion, gender, ethnic, Immigration) P.  4  
    •               List global, national, or local   problem s/social issues.   1. W orld hunger                What social issue would As a responsible citizen, Why is it youryou change? what action(s) could you responsibility to take take to improve the action? situation?  
    • MAIN  IDEA    Highlight  the  CAUSE  &  the  Hero’s    ACTION  using  the  key  below.                                      CAUSE/TOPIC                                                                                                                                       ACTION  TAKEN           Heroes cared and     took action.   Bob  Geldoff In 1984, Bob Geldoff worked to end world hunger by organizing   “Live Aid” concert & raised $150 million in 1 DAY!             Peter Benenson Nelson Mandela Betty Williams 1961, 2 students in Portugal raised 1920sNelson Mandela protested Betty Williams organized a Peace their glasses to freedom and were South African apartheid (racial March in response to violence in imprisoned for 7 yrs. Peter segregation) in the 1920s. Northern Ireland. However, the Benenson wrote a letter to a local Consequently, he was imprisoned first march encountered violence. paper to rally support for the 27 years for treason. After She persisted and 35,000 people students & protest this injustice. As Mandela’s release, he ran for showed up for the 2nd march for st a result, he founded Amnesty president and became the 1 peace in Ireland. As a result of her International, a human rights non- democratically elected president in peace efforts, Williams won the governmental organization. South Africa & 19 million people Nobel Peace Prize in 1976. voted! Mandela accomplished his goal and ended apartheid.