If the world were 100 people, what would it look like? 100 People: Video Lesson Plan

If the world were 100 people, what would it look like? The 100 People Foundation (www.100people.org) is committed to simplifying and humanizing complex global statistics by looking at the world as a community of 100 people. We provide media and educational tools to teachers around the world to help them teach a global view, and inspire their students to learn more about their global neighbors.

 | Nov 24, 2010  | 110 views

This "How-To" video will take you through all of the steps to successfully implement the 100 People Project in your school or classroom. The 100 People Foundation (www.100people.org) is on a quest to find 100 people that represent the other 6.7 billion of us. Find out how your school can help, and send us nominations of the people in your community that you most admire!


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