- Students can make connection from Global Poverty Articles to the solutions presented in the next few lessons
- Students can think critically and analyze the 8 proposed solutions or the MDGs
- Students know what MDG stands for
- MDGs- What is this?
- MDG Gallery Walk
- Goal Case Study
- Share your info
- What happens now?
8 goals created by the UN (United Nations) in an attempt to end Global Poverty.
Now that we have some background information, let’s learn more about each goal…
- There are 8 posters with a specific goal on each
- Walk around to look at each poster
- On your worksheet, fill out the table with the name of the goal and the target
- In groups, you are going to read a case study and answer the questions on the front of the worksheet… Make sure you understand your goal very well because you will have to share!
- Find another group to share with and jot down 5 interesting facts about their MDG
Since we were supposed to have this accomplished by 2015, what do you think happened?
- Did we accomplish the goals?
- If not, what do you think the next steps are?
What goals we didn’t meet in 2015:
Since 2015, the UN has developed SDGs or Sustainability Development Goals;