Friday, 15 May 2015

Global Citizenship Programme BRUNEI

PROLOGUE

designed by SST Students


MACRO-CONCEPT: SYSTEMS
Overarching EUs

Systems comprise several components that interact to achieve equilibrium.

Discipline
Global Citizenship Programme

Enduring Understanding 
As citizens of a global system, we share a collective responsibility to work towards mutual respect and harmony.
Essential Questions
What responsibilities do I have as a global citizen to people within and outside the borders of my country?
How can I fulfill the responsibilities of global citizenship?



The GCP is designed to

prepare students for a global future shaped with the attributes that will allow them to take advantage of the myriad of opportunities abroad, while remaining connected and emotionally rooted to Singapore.

SOURCE: http://www.aunsec.org

The OBJECTIVES of the trip are to provide:
  • a platform for students to develop an understanding of Singapore’s relationship with Brunei 
  • a meaningful opportunity for students to explore, appreciate and understand the culture and language of the people in Brunei 
  • an opportunity to experience what school life is like as a student in Brunei 
  • an opportunity to forge friendships and build ties with students in Brunei 


GCP Programme GOALS 
  • Acquiring Knowledge 
  • Students develop interest in and take stewardship of local and global issues 
  • Students understand Singapore’s relationships with ASEAN, ASIA and the rest of the world 
  • Building Competencies 
  • Equip students with 21st century skills 
  • Promote self-awareness, self-management and responsible decision- making in students 
  • Cultivating Character 
  • Students embrace diversity and cultivate respect for all people 
  • Students act upon ideas for the improvement of their society and the wider world

Research Work (PreTrip)

PROLOGUE


to be completed by Term 2 Week 9
(detail will be disseminated on 20 May 2015)

Pre-Trip Research
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[to be completed by ALL students] 
[use this link]
http://goo.gl/forms/xpFI9MhNZU 
link to responses (Official use only)

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1. Describe the country’s geographical location.





2. Describe the racial composition and cultural traditions of the community/communities you are visiting.





3. Through your research, describe three historical milestones that particularly interest you.




4. Describe three key issues/challenges currently faced by the destination country.




5. What is a global citizen?

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6. What does a good global citizen value?

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7. What are the role and responsibilities of a global citizen?

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8. How can I be a good global citizen? How can I promote mutual respect and harmony in my country and host destination?

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