55 United Nations Day Writing Ideas

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55 United Nations Day Writing Ideas

Writing Ideas to Help Kids Explore United Nations Day— On United Nations Day, countries all over the world celebrate the goals and power of the UN. From eliminating poverty to creating equality across the world, the UN plays an important role in procuring human rights for all people.

United Nations Day Writing IdeasThese writing prompts honor the UN’s goals and ideals. Students will think about the importance of diversity, barriers to world peace, and the ways in which world issues affect them. As they journal, students will learn all kinds of new things, including these two important lessons—that their individual ideas have great value, and that they truly have the power to make a difference.

Encourage students to think about the value of diverse viewpoints, tolerance, and acceptance on United Nations Day. These journal prompts offer an engaging, accessible approach to help students understand complex issues in today’s world.

Whether students need to improve their writing or their communication skills, journaling is an important tool that offers numerous benefits. Journaling allows a student to take an idea and shape it on the page, exploring nuances and complexities that might be difficult to articulate verbally. When students journal, they develop critical thinking skills and strengthen their creative muscles. As they move on to more difficult subjects in later schooling and adulthood, these invaluable skills continue to serve them.

55 Writing Ideas that Explore United Nations Day

  1. What do you know about the UN?
  2. Why is the UN important?
  3. Why is it important to recognize the practices and values of other cultures?
  4. Why is compromise so important?
  5. What should the UN be working for today?
  6. If you could solve any world problem, which would you choose?
  7. What would world peace look like?
  8. How can the UN help less-privileged countries?
  9. What is the difference between tolerance and acceptance?
  10. How do the lives of people in other countries affect Americans?
  11. How do you negotiate with others?
  12. How can you be more understanding of perspectives that are different from your own?
  13. What can America learn from the way the UN works?
  14. What values does the UN stand for?
  15. What can you learn from other cultures?
  16. How can countries support one another?
  17. What are some barriers to world peace?
  18. Why are social justice issues so important?
  19. Why is it important that the countries in the UN have equal votes?
  20. Why do countries need to focus on respecting one another?
  21. How do you feel about the UN?
  22. Should a country have to meet certain requirements to be a part of the UN?
  23. How can the UN work to protect the environment?
  24. Are UN actions a good sign for the future?
    Encourage students to think about the value of diverse viewpoints, tolerance, and acceptance on United Nations Day.
  25. Why shouldn’t the UN interfere with a country’s domestic issues?
  26. What are some American ideals that could benefit other countries?
  27. What protections does the UN offer to its member countries?
  28. Imagine that you are a delegate for the UN. Which issues will you promote?
  29. Why shouldn’t countries use force to solve their problems?
  30. What are some problems with today’s political atmosphere?
  31. How do cultural ideals evolve?
  32. How do world issues affect you?
  33. Why does the world need to work together?
  34. What would you teach someone from another culture about America?
  35. What do you do when you disagree with someone?
  36. What are some of the most important issues in our world today?
  37. What issue is most important to you?
  38. What does equality mean?
  39. How can the UN try to eliminate poverty?
  40. Why is it important for America to be a member of the UN?
  41. Why do you value American freedom?
  42. What does it mean to compromise?
  43. How much power should the UN have?
  44. Have you ever encountered another culture? What did you learn?
  45. How can countries promote UN interests domestically?
  46. How can the UN change the world?
  47. What are your hopes for future generations?
  48. Why should countries work toward world peace?
  49. How does the UN protect the world?
  50. Why do we need to recognize diversity?
  51. How can UN countries promote world prosperity?
  52. Are political issues important to you?
  53. Why is United Nations Day significant?
  54. How do you feel when you work together with others?
  55. Why are some world issues so difficult to solve?

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