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Abnormal Psychology: PSY281
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This module focuses on the people and cultures of Latin America. Students will explore the social,
historical, political, economic, geographical, and cultural and religious forces that contribute to mental health
issues in Latin America. Although significant preventative and treatment efforts have been made to address
mental health issues in Latin America, many Latin American individuals continue to suffer from mental illness
without treatment. Further adding to this is the prevalence of social stigma that impedes the likelihood that
people will seek help when needed. This module utilizes a multidisciplinary approach to developing an
understanding of these issues, while also exposing students to a variety of educational technologies.

Subject:
Psychology
Social Science
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Module
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UNC World View
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NC Global Distinction Globalized Community College Course Modules
Author:
Sherrilea Sherrill
Date Added:
05/26/2018
Acting I and Acting II: DRA300, DRA 301
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This module emphaszies the student-actor's study of works by contemporary playwrights living
and writing about global issues in Latin America. Acting students will engage with major works by contemporary
Latino playwrights writing about the Latino experience in America. The module utilizes post-colonial, Latino theatrical texts to expose actors-in-training to global themes, characters and stories through the lens of contemporary Latin American playwrights.

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Arts and Humanities
Performing Arts
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Module
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UNC World View
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NC Global Distinction Globalized Community College Course Modules
Author:
David J. Glover
Date Added:
05/26/2018
Africa LibGuide
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LibGuides are a web-based content management platform used by librarians to curate collections and resources. This LibGuide is a collection of socioeconomic and cultural resources on the African continent and individual countries in the region.

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Arts and Humanities
Social Science
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Module
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UNC World View
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NC Global Distinction Globalized Community College Course Modules
Author:
Michael Rose
Date Added:
05/26/2018
American History II: HIS132
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In this globalized course module for American History II, students will researc the impact
of the Cold War from a European perspective. Research will focus
on understanding the origins of the Cold War, explaining the key events and the ultimate
resolution of the conflict. Students will reflect on the impact of this
historical event, ascertaining its relationship to any current events connected to their research
country.

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History
U.S. History
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Module
Provider:
UNC World View
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NC Global Distinction Globalized Community College Course Modules
Author:
Adam Lehman
Date Added:
07/20/2020
American Literature: ENG231
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This module introduces students to pre-colonial African art and cultures in order to develop a
better understanding of American slave narratives. The module focuses on the ways in which enslaved
men and women had to adapt their traditional African cultures to survive captivity. The module explores how enslaved people maintained their African traditions and created new cultures and traditions,creating a profound
impact on American literature.

Subject:
American Literature
English Language Arts
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Module
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UNC World View
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NC Global Distinction Globalized Community College Course Modules
Author:
Jonathan Cook
Date Added:
05/26/2018
Art Appreciation 111
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In this module students will learn about sub-Saharan African art from both an historical and contemporary perspective. Students will study the relationship between sub-Saharan African art and western art beginning with the advent of modernism and expanding into contemporary art. By
examining an Ikenga sculpture in terms of formal qualities, medium and content, students will
demonstrate analyzation competencies. They will then compare their chosen sculpture to an early
modernist artist of their choice. The module will end with an examination of El Anatsui, as a global artist
of distinction with both a micro and macro- economic impact.

Subject:
Art History
Arts and Humanities
Visual Arts
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Module
Provider:
UNC World View
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NC Global Distinction Globalized Community College Course Modules
Author:
Amy Levine
Date Added:
07/20/2020
Asia LibGuide
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LibGuides are a web-based content management platform used by librarians to curate collections and resources. This LibGuide supports Asian studies, the intellectual exploration of the histories, cultures, economies, politics, and languages of people in Asia.

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Arts and Humanities
Social Science
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Module
Provider:
UNC World View
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NC Global Distinction Globalized Community College Course Modules
Author:
Robert James
Date Added:
05/26/2018
Business Communications: BUS260
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Through this module, students will develop their global competency skills, enhance their awarenes sof diverse Latin American cultures and geographies, explore contempirary global issues through a multiperspective lens and effectively communicate ideas effectively with diverse audiences.

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Business and Communication
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Module
Provider:
UNC World View
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NC Global Distinction Globalized Community College Course Modules
Author:
Amy Simpson
Date Added:
05/26/2019
Corporate Law: LEX220 and Commercial Law: LEX150
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Through this module, which can be incorporated in both LEX 220-Corporate Law and LEX 150-Commercial
Law, students will Students will learn about the European Union, as it relates to corporate law, international commerce, and corporate criminal liability. Students will learnabout the connections between
corporate enterprise and organized criminal activity within international commerce and the
global market. The concepts of international dispute resolution and diplomacy will be covered.
Students will analyze how various laws can be used to pursue civil and criminal penalties by the United States,
various European nations and countries included within the European Union. Finally, students will understand the role of international commerce within corporate enterprise, and commercial law.

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Law
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Module
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UNC World View
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NC Global Distinction Globalized Community College Course Modules
Author:
Precious L. Vines
Date Added:
05/26/2019
Cross Cultural Comparisons with Chinese, American and Indian Music
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This lesson plan features 5 days of instruction that will provide students with several examples of Chinese traditional music blended with modern American bluegrass. Students will be exposed to Indian Bollywood music in order to compare the instruments used in the Chinese traditional music. These activities are
specifically designed for 4th grade students and covers Social Studies and English Language Arts standards. 4th
graders will explore how traditional North Carolinian music and culture from Appalachia can influence music
today.

Subject:
Education
Language Education (ESL)
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Lesson Plan
Provider:
UNC World View
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Global Music Fellows Lesson Plans
Author:
Susan Azzu
Date Added:
07/20/2020
Do You Hear What I Hear?
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This lesson, designed for the community college music classroom, will emphasize music terminology learned through studying the elements of music, help students correctly use and apply that terminology, and improve their listening skills for whatever style of music they enjoy. Through this lesson, students will also concentrate on the role and importance of music in their personal lives, culture and community. The activities are designed to enrich students’ understanding of the elements which are common to all music. The activities will also tap into each student’s creative side, give them the opportunity to examine and reflect on their culture, and provide an opportunity to interact with others in the class.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Performing Arts
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
UNC World View
Provider Set:
Global Music Fellows Lesson Plans
Author:
Judith Porter
Date Added:
07/20/2020
English for Specific Purposes: EFL050
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This module focuses on health topics relating to Complementaryand Alternative Medicine (CAM), infectious diseases and prevention, healthcare systems, and the aging population. Students will explore these topics on a global scale and conduct a comparative analysis with the countries of South Africa, Tanzania, and Sierra Leone. Through these explorations, students will both gain both content knowledge and enhance their academic vocabulary relating to the topics.

Subject:
Applied Science
English Language Arts
Health, Medicine, and Nursing
Material Type:
Module
Provider:
UNC World View
Provider Set:
NC Global Distinction Globalized Community College Course Modules
Author:
Rachel Lithman
Date Added:
05/26/2018
Europe LibGuide
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LibGuides are a web-based content management platform used by librarians to curate collections and resources. This LibGuide supports European studies, the intellectual exploration of the histories, cultures, economies, politics, and languages of people in European nations.

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Arts and Humanities
Social Science
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Module
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UNC World View
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NC Global Distinction Globalized Community College Course Modules
Author:
Robert James
Date Added:
05/26/2018
Exploration Activities: EDU251
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In the globalzed course module Cultural Awareness Through Children’s Literature in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), students will be able to analyze the perspectives of people, groups, and schools of thought relating to Europe. Students wil also be able to understand how to implement science, technology, engineering, and mathematical activities based on cultural traditions through children’s literature.

Subject:
Education
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Module
Provider:
UNC World View
Provider Set:
NC Global Distinction Globalized Community College Course Modules
Author:
Heather M. Parsons
Date Added:
07/20/2020
Exploring Body Percussion Through “Banjo Guzheng Pickin’ Girls”
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In this lesson plan for the grades 3-5 music classroom, students will use listening skills, analysis skills and will collaborate creatively to accompany a traditional American/Chinese Folk song with body percussion.

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Arts and Humanities
Education
Elementary Education
Performing Arts
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
UNC World View
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Global Music Fellows Lesson Plans
Author:
Leslie Roberrts
Date Added:
07/20/2020
Exploring Women’s Rights Through the Song “Pretty Bird”
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In this lesson plan designed for the 8th grade English Language Arts classroom, students will read and listen to the music of Abigail Washburn and Wu Fei. Using their music,students will be exposed to women’s rights issues and symbolism through an analysis of song lyrics.

Subject:
English Language Arts
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
UNC World View
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Global Music Fellows Lesson Plans
Author:
Brock Gerrity
Date Added:
07/20/2020
Exploring Women’s Rights through the Music of Abigail Washburn and Wu Fei
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In this lesson plan designed for the 8th grade English Language Arts classroom, students will read and listen to the music of Abigail Washburn and Wu Fei. They will discuss women’s rights issues through an analysis of the song,“Who Says Women Aren’t as Good as Men”, by Wu Fei and Abigail Washburn. Students will use this experience as a springboard for a research assignment in whichthey identify and detail a woman in modern history that they would consider a hero.

Subject:
English Language Arts
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
UNC World View
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Global Music Fellows Lesson Plans
Author:
Brock Gerrity
Date Added:
07/20/2020
Exploring the Intersection of Appalachian and Chinese Culture through the Music of Abigail Washburn and Wu Fei
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In this lesson plan for the grades 3-5 music classroom, students will explore Chinese culture through the exploration Chinese dance, music and poetry and experience the intersection of cultures (Eastern US/Appalachian, Korean, Chinese-American, and traditionalChinese culture) by exploring the elements of music related to the partnership of Abigail Washburn and Wu Fei.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Education
Elementary Education
Performing Arts
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
UNC World View
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Global Music Fellows Lesson Plans
Author:
Candace Williamson
Date Added:
07/20/2020
Farm to Table: CUL283
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Many think that Farm-to-Table cuisine only encompasses local cuisine. This module challenges students to create an ethnic menu from two areas of Europe, Northern and Southern, using only sustainably grown or raised local and seasonal ingredients.

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Career and Technical Education
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Module
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UNC World View
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NC Global Distinction Globalized Community College Course Modules
Author:
Nadia Minniti
Date Added:
05/26/2019
Folk Music Beyond Boundaries
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In this lesson plan designed for the Chinese 1,2,3,4 language classroom, students will analyze similarities and differences in sounds, song topics, and performance styles of American and Chinese folk music. Students will first listen to the two featured songs Students will analyze and translate the Chinese and Englsih song lyrics. After the translations, students will compare and contrast the lyrical and musical structures of the Chinese and English portions of each song.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Languages
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Provider:
UNC World View
Provider Set:
Global Music Fellows Lesson Plans
Author:
William Jung
Date Added:
07/20/2020