3 - Critical Thinking - Field Work
Within this unit of inquiry the students will investigate the importance of power. They will do this by either investigating the different powers that influence the urban environment of Geneva or by interrogating historical sources concerning key events.
Global Interactions - Which connections hold the power between people and their environment?
Causality, perspective and power - What causes the power? Does the idea of power change depending on the culture or identity of a person?
Orientation in space and time - Does the power shift between places over time?
Statement of Inquiry
Global interactions can create powerful interactions throughout space and time.
Factual Questions: Remembering facts and topics
How can place impact human interactions?
How can primary and secondary sources be used successfully in an investigation?
Conceptual Questions: Analysing big idea
How does the human understanding of power impact our actions? (How do differing powers impact the urban landscape?)
Debatable Questions: Evaluating perspectives and developing theories
Does the built, social, economic or political fabric of an environment have the largest power over our interactions?