Presentation on theme: "Projects DEADLINE Monday 10/15 (50 POINTS) -Email, print, scripts, lyrics, etc. -Songs and PSA videos will be shown/presented Friday 10/19 Double check."— Presentation transcript:
Projects DEADLINE Monday 10/15 (50 POINTS) -Email, print, scripts, lyrics, etc. -Songs and PSA videos will be shown/presented Friday 10/19 Double check rubric and information packet that all components for each option are included Clear objective of your campaign identified and clearly focused Late projects will be -5 each school day after deadline Name identified on all projects
Jump Starter (Write the phrase and your response) Which of the following statements describes the United States? Describe why. “A nation with a low level of material well being” “A country that allows its citizens to enjoy a free and healthy life in a safe environment.”
Public Health Unit Lesson 3: Local vs. Universal Objective: 1.TSWBAT identify characteristics & examples of developing vs. developed countries and why they are public health concerns. 2.TSWBAT value the job of a community health department in your everyday life.
Brainstorm on your own… 1.List some names/examples of developing and developed countries. 2.What does a developing and developed country look like? 3.What characteristics/examples can you think of that make them different? *****Write these on your worksheet.
Characteristics & Examples of Developing vs. Developed Countries Developing vs. Developed Countries Sanitation; Clean H2O; Life Spans; Disease; Income; HousingClean H2O Why are these Public Health issues??
Developing Countries (Rwanda, Ghana, Ethiopia) Definition – “A nation with a low level of material well being” Characteristics: ▫High Birth Rates ▫Poverty is widespread ▫Can’t satisfy basic needs ▫Can’t produce enough jobs/food Examples: -Rwanda is very poor. -92% of Rwanda is covered by a national health plan that costs $2 dollars per year -Rwanda has very few toilets – people dig holes -Almost 80% of illness in developing countries is linked to POOR WATER
Developed Countries ( USA, Canada, Germany) Definition – “A country that allows its citizens to enjoy a free and healthy life in a safe environment. Characteristics ▫Low birth rates Examples: - We can drive to any supermarket we want and get almost any kind of food we want -We have access to clean safe drinking water 24/7
The Water Project A project to get clean drinking water to developing countries. Nearly 1 billion people don’t have access to clean drinking water http://thewaterproject.org/ Water Video (3:23)Water Video
If the world had 100 people… What would it look like? 100 People Video