MONTESSORI DE SAN ILDEFONSO, INC.Quijano St., San Juan, San Ildefonso, BulacanContactNo. 0931-044-2955Email Add:[email protected]School ID No.400920Gov’t Recognition Nos. Preschool E. 103, s.2002; Grade School E. 091, s.2003;JHS. S.003, s.2004; SHSP 810, s. 2016LEARNING KITI. TITLESubject: Understanding, Culture, Society and PoliticsTime Frame: 2 Days (Week 7 / Quarter 2)Topic: Social and Global InequalityGrade Level: Grade 12 STEM, ABM, HUMSSII. OVERVIEWInequality does not only exist in the community or small society but it is also in a worldwide or globalscale. The scope is wide, means there is inequality between countries. Global inequality refers to inequalitybetween people across the countries in the world.III OBJECTIVE:Learning Competency:Suggest ways to address social inequalities (local, national and global)(UCSP11/12HSO-IIe-32)At the end of the lesson, the students should be able to:Discuss and examine the ways in which people’s choices can be influenced by their identity and socialbackground.Differentiate the type’s social inequality.Appreciate the importance of social inequality and global inequality.IVCONTENTA.Let’s Get Involved.“BILL” IS REAL.1.If given the chance to become a lawmaker, propose a “bill” that will help solve global inequality.2.Write the title and the bill number and explain what it is all about.B. Let’s Explore.Critical Thinker!Share one (1) social inequality that you have seen, observed, or experienced.C.Let’s Clarify Things.Social inequalityis the existence of unevenopportunities and rewards for a diverse social positions orstatuses within a group or society. It happens whenresources, in whatever nature, are distributed unevenly inmost societies.Social inequalitiesare correlated also to genderinequality (women and LGBT), ethnic minorities, racialinequality and persons with disabilities, etc.