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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.

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1 Projects DEADLINE Monday 10/15 (50 POINTS) - , 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

2 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.”

3 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.

4 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.

5 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??

6 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

7 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

8 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 Water Video (3:23)Water Video

9 If the world had 100 people… What would it look like? 100 People Video


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