Module 1 Class discussion: Peer pursue dreams [Required/Graded: 5 Points)
Chapter 2 discusses about studying marriages and families and Chapter 3 examines family diversity. American families become diverse. One goal of the course is to learn how to build a foundation for a happy relationship and healthy family. Students pursue education and career and at the same they might develop a relationship. The following short movie is about a young couple, actor and musician, reminisce through vivid photography of their time together before pursuing their dreams of music and film.
Please watch the video and respond to the following questions:
- Do you think that a partner who decided to move from one area to another will affect a relationship? How do you support the partner’s dream and deal with the scenario?
- Societies with skewed sex ratios tend to be unstable. Please use current U.S. Census to provide sex ratio in the United States, sex ratio in New Jersey and in Los Angeles. How do you predict population change and interracial relationship in future? Why?
Please click onCouple in Bedroom (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. (Links to an external site.)To view the captions in video, hover over the cc (closed caption) icon and click English radio button. Click thePlay button.
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- Post your response
- OR share the link on Facebook or email 5 friends to conduct a survey and then post 5 compiled survey results that your friends responded
- Press Reply and press Post Reply after you post your message to text entry box
Class Discussion Grading Rubric:
You will receive a maximum of 15 points if you do the following:
- Submit your initial post on time and write a minimum of 200 words without typos and spelling errors and with Standard English grammar or post 5 compiled survey responses that your friends responded
- Comment on two peer responses
- Participate in two chapter discussions under Learning Activities
Watch the videos for Module 1 and briefly comment on what you’ve seen. Do the individuals agree or disagree with the content of the article that you have read for this module? What are some additional insights that you’ve learned? You may also critically comment on one of your peers replies.
- Do not merely reply “I agree or I disagree” you should provide a reasoning for your argument.
- Do not copy any of your peers’ responses
The United Nations adopted the Convention on the Prevention of Genocide in 1948. Its historical origins and provisions – as well as the failures to prevent genocide in recent decades – illuminate the challenges facing the world today. In the face of prevailing risk, the United Nations Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide, Adama Dieng, calls for all people to take a stand against this crime.