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    • SS 250 Unit 1 Discussion Technology in our everyday lives Do you feel insecure or lost without your cell phone? Does your car door only open with a remote, keyless entry device? Can you even turn on your TV without a remote? These questions wouldn’t even have been relevant to everyday life as recently as a decade ago. When you…
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    • SS 250 Unit 2 Discussion Generational Changes in Technology Use When you listen to the stories your parents tell from back in the day, is it sometimes hard to comprehend the different times they lived in? For instance, have you heard stories about at time when pay phones where the only means of calling someone when you were outside of…
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    • SS 250 Unit 5 Discussion Weapons as the end to conflict Most people think of weapons as part of the process of conflict. Weapons keep the enemies from taking territory or imposing their political, cultural, and economic values on others. Weapons are generally thought of as instruments of destruction and death. But, what if technology could be used to make…
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    • SS 250 Unit 6 Discussion Social and Professional Networking Technological advances have provided multiple opportunities for people to build almost endless networks of contacts for almost unlimited types of social and professional purposes. There are sites that link job seekers, professionals seeking to build a client base, high school classmates, homeschool families, and even Kaplan University programs and club members.…
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    • SS 250 Unit 8 Discussion Signs of globalization in your community One of the best ways to conceptualize how globalization is occurring is to look for signs of the ongoing process in your community. As you go about your daily business, notice the cultural and ethnic diversity among the people that you see in the grocery, at Walmart, or at…
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    • SS 250 Unit 9 Discussion Discussion topic Post the Itinerary for the Trip of a Lifetime that you submitted for the Unit 8 Assignment. Invite others to come along on the journey with you. Be creative with your invitation, because everyone is vying for the attention of the same potential traveling companions. Respond to two of your peers’ invitations to…
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    • SS 300 Unit 1 Discussion What’s in the can? One afternoon, while finishing up your shift as the stock manager at Circus Supermarket, the store manager tells you that he desperately needs some help with an inventory problem. In the back of the store, he shows you an unmarked, unopened tin can and explains that the owners of the store…
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    • SS 300 Unit 4 Discussion Energy discussion Part 1: • Provide an example of a food chain in the area where you live. • Humans are parts of food chains and food webs, too. Where on a food web would you typically find humans (near the bottom with the producers, at the top with carnivores, or somewhere in between)? •…
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    • SS 300 Unit 5 Discussion Imbalances of nature Then, during the week, discuss with your classmates: 1. What kinds of natural imbalances might affect your region? What makes your region particularly vulnerable to these imbalances? (Note: Please do not discuss earthquakes, as they were discussed in another unit.) 2. Provide a specific example of a weather incident/natural disaster that occurred…
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