Since CSCOPE Lessons will be used in many Texas School in 2012-1013, I will start posting these lessons so parents can know what their children are being taught.
If your school paid for CSCOPE lessons, your administrators and teachers may copy and and use these lessons at no cost from now on.
Your school previously paid for CSCOPE lessons, now they are FREE? What’s the CATCH?
Well, there is one thing–your school will have to continue to pay a lower fee. The fee allows your school district to access the CSCOPE website where the CSCOPE lessons are stored. This was the sneaky way that the ESCs tricked Senator Patrick into thinking the CSCOPE lessons were to be deleted.
Following is a CSCOPE lessons about Zero Population.
CSCOPE Population Control Lesson
Following is the Txt file for a CSCOPE Population Control lesson. See CSCOPE Population Control for a pdf file.
This is one of many Agenda 21 related lessons your children are learning via CSCOPE.
Environmental Systems HS/Science Unit: 04 Lesson: 01
INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION TO CONSIDER ZERO POPULATION RESOLUTION A/RES/64/201
Dear High School Ambassador,
As the world approaches a population of seven billion people, Secretary General Ban Kimoon would like you to participate on
an international roundtable to discuss the issues associated with this
growth. The outcome of this roundtable will be a report educating people of your age, around the world, about the impact of the current growth projections on specific countries throughout the world and possible measures that could lessen those impacts.
To be prepared for the roundtable, you will need to understand the basics of population dynamics and factors that impact populations. Specifically, you should focus on the following:
• Biotic and abiotic factors that limit population growth
• The relationship between carrying capacity and population growth
• Calculating birth and death rates as well as identifying exponential and logistical growth patterns
You will need to demonstrate your understanding of population dynamics, utilizing appropriate technology, and incorporate this in your final report to the UN Roundtable by applying it to a specific developed and developing country.
Your report should include the following:
• Demographic data for each country including birth, death, and fertility rates represented visually
• Description of the type of population growth being experienced and the key social, biological, political, and economic factors impacting that growth
• A position whether to support or oppose the pending resolution that the world must achieve zero population growth by the year 2060
• Support your position using trends and predictions based on your
• Alternative measures to limit impact of growth
We are looking forward to your participation and your presentation to the UN Roundtable.
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