The Peace Board Game

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The Peace Board Game

  1. 1. Millenium Goal 1 Millenium Goal 2 What is this? The ? Peace board game l Millenium Goal Miss a 3 turn Goal 8 Jump ahead 2 ? Name and Millenium Goal point a developed country in the 4 map. Goal 7 ? ? Go back 2 Name and point a What is this? Millenium Goal 6 Millenium Goal 5 ? developing country in the map.
  2. 2. InstructionS: Game for 2 to 5 people, you need a dice and as many counters as players. If you fall in a Character ( a Nobel Prize Winner) you must answer the following quesions... The 1st time: Who’s he/she? The 2nd time: Is she/he dead or alive? The 3rd time: Where is he/she from? The 4th time: What was his/her job? If you fall in ? you must answer the multiple choice question from the card. If you fall in a Millenium Development Goal, you must say aloud what is it aboud or answer some os the following questions: END POVERTY AND HUNGER Millenium Development Goal Number 1. Tell me one country where there’s big poverty and hunger and place it on the map. UNIVERSAL EDUCATION ( Millenium Development Goal Number 2). Countries where children work and place it on the map GENDER EQUALITY ( Millenium Development Goal Number 3).Translate equality/ Translate Gender/CHILD HEALTH ( Millenium Development Goal Number 4).Translate child/ Translate health/Countries where a lot of children die and place it on the map.MATERNAL HEALTH ( Millenium Development Goal number 5) what does health mean?.COMBAT HIV/AIDS ( Millenium Development Goal number 6)what is AIDS, translate?ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY ( Millenium Development Goal number 7) Say one environmental Problem. GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP ( Millenium Development Goal number 8) this is a difficult one... explain what it means. In the rest of squares do what is written: sometimes you must identify a symbol, others move forward or backwards, point a country in the map...

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