There have been a few really good movies that have predicted the future in terms of how technology will impact our lives. The two that come to mind are Minority Report (Tom Cruise), Surrogates (Bruce Willis).
For each movie, provide a one-page synopsis of how some part of the movie is being used in real life today or in the near-future.
After learning about my student’s different cultural backgrounds, we would then begin learning about multicultural perspectives such as different places around the world and how others live in different countries. For examples, do places in Australia look the same as places in Africa? During my lesson, I would teach my students different words for “spider” in some of their classmate’s native language, such as Spanish or Mandarin or even ASL (American Sign Language). By doing so, this would allow students the opportunity to build connections amongst their fellow classmates as well as feeling a connection between what they are learning and developing a sense of identity among the topic. By doing so, students learn another language and build connections amongst their classmates. We would then discuss where spiders come from, how long they have been around, and their habitats. The next part of the lesson would involve my students assessing the differences in how spiders are viewed in different cultures along with their habitats. My students will be required to identify whether or not spiders are protected in that culture, managed, ignored and so on. After completing their research, I will have my students report whether spiders living conditions have changed with time. The students would then create a model of spider’s habitats compared to the past and now in the present. After determining the impact of human beings on spiders, my students would then be required to develop a plan on how to help spiders and their habitats around the world. My students will be reminded of the different cultures and how spiders are valued among various cultures. The students will be instructed to use the internet to look up the different areas of the world and view how spiders are represented there and what their habitats look like. Following the completion of the plan to help spiders and their habitats, students will be instructed to pick a single culture and write a letter to Congress about that culture and the importance of spiders within that culture. Evaluation of Multicultural Technique>GET ANSWER