scorecard – English enclosures

English enclosures

The top 3 most important points that your agenda needs to get accomplished in the negotiation for this scenario.

  1. No violence involves in English enclosures.
  2. People who move out of the land should get an equal and fair job
  3. Government and nobilities should not force people to move out.

The 3 points that your agenda would like to get accomplished but isn’t a priority for this scenario.

  1. People don’t get despised after they move into a city.
  2. Government should provide necessary goods for those farmers.
  3. People have the right to decide whether they want to move or not.

The 3 points that your agenda wouldn’t like to happen but your agenda wouldn’t be terribly upset if it did happen for this scenario.

  1. Government takes the ownership of lands.
  2. Farmers are treated differently than others
  3. Farmers don’t get any freedom of choices.

The 3 points that your agenda absolutely would not accept with this scenario.

  1. Violence involves in English enclosures
  2. People don’t get any jobs to survive
  3. Government doesn’t give any aids.
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scorecard – highland enclosures

Highland clearances;

The top 3 most important points that your agenda needs to get accomplished in the negotiation for this scenario.

  1. No violence involves in highland clearances
  2. People who move out of the land should get an equal and fair job
  3. Every decision has to be made by the farmers, not forced by the government.

The 3 points that your agenda would like to get accomplished but isn’t a priority for this scenario.

  1. People don’t get despised after they move into a city.
  2. Government should provide necessary goods for those farmers.
  3. People have the right to decide whether they want to move or not.

The 3 points that your agenda wouldn’t like to happen but your agenda wouldn’t be terribly upset if it did happen for this scenario.

  1. Government takes the ownership of lands.
  2. Farmers are treated differently than others
  3. Farmers don’t get any freedom of choices.

The 3 points that your agenda absolutely would not accept with this scenario.

  1. Violence involves in highland clearances
  2. People don’t get any jobs to survive
  3. Government doesn’t give any aids.
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Driving Questions

In what aspects did the Xinhai revolution change China? Xinhai revolution was like a turning point of the modern and ancient China, and it was considered as one of the most significant revolution which happened in China. There are basically 6 different kind of areas of how xinhai revolution change China. First of all, political influence. The xinhai revolution not only overturned the domination of the Qing Dynasty and overthrew the autocratic monarchy which had ruled China for several thousand years, but also led to the founding of the Republic of China. This resulted in greater public freedoms, and also broadened the horizons of China’s intellectuals as they sought to overturn the domination of imperialism and feudalism. Secondly, ideological influences. Xinhai Revolution is like The Enlightenment from the aspect of ideology. Since thousands years ago, emperor was the only authority in China. As Xinhai Revolution overthrew autocratic monarchy, it caused a huge impact on Chinese traditional political thinking and core values, like confucianism and Taoism. Therefore, people, especially like intellectuals were anxious as the culture authority disappeared. As a result of it, anarchism, liberalism, and socialism became the new belief of the most of intellectuals. Thirdly, economic influences. The working class increased 100,000 people right after the Xinhai Revolution, and led China becomes the world second large economy in nowadays. After the establishment of Republic of China, millions of industrial and monetary corporations were established. The economy of national capitalism was increased dramatically and observably in few years.Fourth, social influences. People were not manipulated by this society anymore and first time realized the concept of republic. Chinese people now have the freedom of speech and religions, which greatly enhance the human rights. The concept of democracy went so deeply into people’s mind; therefore, whoever wants to be a emperor or restore the autocratic monarchy would collapsed so fast by the opposition of people. Fifth, Xinhai Revolution extensively influenced the national liberation movement in Asia, especially the anti- colonialism in Vietnam and Indonesia. last but not least, culture influences. Girl don’t have to warp their feet anymore. Boysdon’t have to have their long hair anymore. We don’t have to kowtow elders anymore.

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My Fourth Learning Log

This was my first time of doing the PBL, and I have not done any of this kind of project before. I didn’t do the PBL at grade 8, so I can’t determine whether I was more successful or not. My successes are the efficiency of collecting informations, and I only spent 2 days on my product due to the topic I chose was relatively small. My shortcomings are I was not focusing on the project all the time during classes and I was kind of struggling on how am I suppose to summarize or paraphrase the articles. I sometimes found so many irrelevant informations. I am that proud of my final product, because I could have make it nicer; however, I am still proud of myself as this was the first time. I learned some researching techniques as I was looking up informations. I also learned that I should not put all the works in the last moment. Next time, I will try not to finish all the works at the night before the due day and find the useful informations accurately rather than browsing some irrelevant things

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Reference List

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References

Finnane, A. (2008). Changing Clothes in China: Fashion, History, Nation. Retrieved from http://books.google.ca/books?id=Ju3N4VeiQ28C&pg=PA92&lpg=PA92&dq=how+xinhai+changed+china&source=bl&ots=CsqEiuT8ML&sig=ZLidi3EunllR4ZDYmlOnvWt_hTo&hl=en&sa=X&ei=JFhqVNpcsMOJAo68gdAE&sqi=2&ved=0CFsQ6AEwCQ#v=onepage&q=how%20xinhai%20changed%20china&f=false

Lam, O. (2011, October 13). China: Reflecting on 100 Years Since the Xinhai Revolution · Global Voices. Retrieved from http://globalvoicesonline.org/2011/10/13/china-reflecting-on-100-years-since-the-xinhai-revolution/

Leong, J. (n.d.). Heroes of Confederation Arts – Submissions from the Public. Retrieved from http://www.heroesofconfederation.com/Sun_Yat_Sen/sun_mission(1).html

Lu, N. (2011, September 21). How Xinhai changed China. Retrieved from http://www.china.org.cn/china/xinhairevolution/2011-09/21/content_23462753.htm

Xinhai-Revolution » Seminar topics. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://xinhai-revolution.univie.ac.at/conference/seminar-topics/

Zarrow, P., & Sinica, A. (2011, July 14). NEW SCHOLARSHIP. Retrieved from http://www.chinaheritagequarterly.org/scholarship.php?searchterm=027_1911.inc&issue=027

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My third learning log

I am quiet impressed by the amount of effort that i put into the project. At the first, I thought this would be a pretty boring project, but it turned out it’s quiet interesting. I never had a chance of studying Chinese history, so everything was brand new to me when I looked anything up. I made a lot of progress in my final product, which is a small newspaper. I learned so many things rather than sitting in classrooms. All in all, I am satisfied and excited about this project.

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