Students hone their research, argument, presentation and persuasive skills as they represent the international community of the United Nations in various crisis scenarios. We will learn parliamentary procedure, how to draft resolutions, and the art of the caucus as our students how to represent a given point of view and negotiate resolutions that meet the needs of their country. After initial scenarios are introduced, the bulk of position research will need to be completed at home, as class time is reserved for caucus and debate!
Highly interested students are invited to travel with us to the Model UN conferences in early 2017 – more information coming soon!
|Day(s) of Week
|January 5, 2017
|May 4, 2017
|2:30 PM – 3:30 PM