84523 - WORKSHOP ON PUBLIC SPEAKING

Scheda insegnamento

SDGs

L'insegnamento contribuisce al perseguimento degli Obiettivi di Sviluppo Sostenibile dell'Agenda 2030 dell'ONU.

Ridurre le disuguaglianze Pace, giustizia e istituzioni forti

Anno Accademico 2018/2019

Conoscenze e abilità da conseguire

The laboratory aims at helping the students to develop: the ability to present in public; basic knowledge on issues of large interest in international politics such as terrorism, climate change negotiations, the Responsibility to protect doctrine, etc.; the ability to write short essays on issues of international politics.

Programma/Contenuti

Tre classi introduttive, seguite da presentazioni di student e dibattiti su temi di politica internaizonale (terrorismo, cambiamento climatico, populismo ecc.)

February 25

(15 – 16) Introduction

(16-17) Guest Lecture Prof- Sam Potolicchio "The Foundation of Effective Public Speaking"

March 4 (15 -17) Introduction

March 11 (15 -17) Introduction

March 18 (15 -17)

Students’ presentations:

  1. The international system today (S)
  2. Migration to Europe (GP)
  3. Migration to Europe 2 (GP)

Debate: Would a World State be better than a system of states?

March 25 – NO CLASS

April 1 (15 -17)

Students’ presentations:

  1. NATO’s evolution after the end of the Cold War (Prof)
  2. EU foreign policy (S)
  3. EU foreign policy (S)

Debate: Do we have a duty to save migrants at sea?


April 8 (15 -17)

Students’ presentations:

  1. International terrorism (PG)
  2. Cybersecurity (S)
  3. Regional integration

Debate: Should we create a European army?


April 15 (15 -17)

Students’ presentations:

  1. Responsibility to Protect (S)
  2. Climate change international negotiations (PG)
  3. The war in Lybia (Prof)

Debate: Trump has announced that “waterboarding” is a legitimate mean of interrogation of alleged terrorists: is it legitimte to use special means to interview and detain alleged international terrorists?

April 29 (15 -17)

Students’ presentations:

  1. Gender issues in international politics (Prof)
  2. The Ukraine war (S)
  3. European elections

Debate:Should Europe abolish the sanctions against Russia?


May 6 (15 -17)

Students’ presentations:

  1. European identity (PG)
  2. Populism (Prof)
  3. Transnational movements (GP)

Debate: Does a European identity exist?


May 13 (15 -17)

Students’ presentations:

  1. The BRICS and the other emerging powers (S)
  2. Identity, culture and international politics (Prof)
  3. Orientalism and the securitization of Islam (S)

Debate: Is the Liberal World Order over?

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Legenda on the type of public:

GP: generic public

S: students

Prof.: professors

 

Testi/Bibliografia

1. testi sulle tecniche di presentazione:

 

2. testi base per la preparazione delle presentazioni:

- A. Heywood "Global Politics!, Palgrave, 2011

- R. Bova "How the World Works", Pearson, 2012 (2nd ed)

- M. Beeson and Nick Bisley, "Issues in 21st century world politics", Palgrave 2010

 

3. video su public speaking:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEunvMxy1WY&list=PLB7841E7C6F1D3469

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KEunvMxy1WY&t=342s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RDT1svklCyU&t=28s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-FOCpMAww28

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhbvUZOLTQY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0a61wFaF8A

Metodi didattici

lezioni introduttive

presentazioni degli studenti per pubblici diversi e su temi diversi

dibattiti degli studenti

Modalità di verifica dell'apprendimento

partecipazione, presentazioni e dibattiti

Strumenti a supporto della didattica

power point, prezi, videos

Orario di ricevimento

Consulta il sito web di Sonia Lucarelli