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Students will: 1. Assess their prior knowledge about conflict diamonds and evaluate the accuracy of prior knowledge based on new learning. 2. Analyze how diamonds are portrayed in American culture by brainstorming diamond images and references in movies, songs, magazines, advertisements, music videos and popular ideology. 3. Review the political and social implications of conflict diamonds by comparing the impact of natural resources in two countries, Botswana and Cote D'Ivoire. 4. Research the roles of several key players in the diamond industry, and debate and evaluate possible policy solutions from each of their perspectives. 5. Examine and evaluate the effectiveness of the Kimberley Process. 6. Discuss and compare the blood diamond problem with other issues in Africa and the United States.
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