SOC2

Social Studies General NCEA 2

Course Details

Level 2 Optional 18 Credits

Purpose:

To provide students with knowledge and understanding of how and why changes occur within global societies and consider how social action impacts communities. The course may cover issues such as, Israeli/Palestinian conflict, The Arab Uprising, Hutu and Tutsi and Women's Suffrage, current global human rights issues such as refugees or Boko Haram.

Entry Requirements:

12 Credits Level 1 Achievement Standards English or 12 credits Level 1 Achievement Standards Social Studies and HOF/TIC approval.

Leads To:

SOC3

Available Standards

Some or all of the following will be offered:

Standard Description Level Credits Assessment
91279 Demonstrate understanding of conflict(s) arising from different cultural beliefs and ideas 2 4 External
91280 Conduct a reflective social inquiry 2 5 Internal
91282 Describe personal involvement in a social action related to rights and responsibilities 2 5 Internal
91283 Describe a social action that enable communities and/or nations to meet responsibilities and exercise rights 2 4 Internal

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