[SOLVED] Written Sppech on globalizatio
Learning Objective: Through analysis, we will recognize that social, political, and economic changes can be challenging, but they can also be beneficial.Watch at least two speeches, from the attached list, from world leaders representing numerous approaches to globalism or globalization. Identify a pro and a con of how these forces of change affect your quality of life.? Pope Francis (Religious Leader) Pope Francis shares his thoughts on globalization, CNN, 2015? Mark Zuckerberg (Founder, Facebook) Mark Zuckerberg Tells Harvard Graduates To Embrace Globalism, ‘A Sense Of Purpose’, NPR, 2017? George W Bush (43rd President the United States) April 9, 2007: Speech on Comprehensive Immigration Reform, UVA Miller Center, 2007? Justin Trudeau (Prime Minister, Canada) Justin Trudeau: ‘Globalisation isn’t working for ordinary people’, The Guardian, 2016? Emmanuel Macron (President, France) Frances Macron says globalization is going through a major crisis, CNBC, 2018? Marie Le Pen (French Presidential Candidate) Le Pen blasts globalisation in speech, AP Archive, 2017? Theresa May (Prime Minister, United Kingdom) Theresa May’s full speech at the U.N. General Assembly, The Washington Post, 2018? David Brooks (Media, Opinion Editorial) David Brooks: Globalism, Immigration And Feminism “Good For America” But Created “Angry” White Males, Real Clear Politics, 2016? Wannis Kabbaj (Ted Talk speech) How nationalism and globalism can coexist, TED, 2018? Jonathan Haidt (Ted Talk: The Psychology Behind Globalism) The psychology behind globalism, nationalism & political tribalism – Jonathan Haidt, Gravitahn, 2016? Warren Buffet (Globalism & Tariffs) (starts at 3:22) Warren Buffett: We do not want trade wars, Fox Business, 2018Present your findings as a written speech that is between 500 to 700 words in length. Focus on the attached reading materials to construct the arguments in your speech. Be sure to include a thesis statement and use your speech to support the argument in your thesis. Provide a clear and strong closing argument.