Explore everything from increasingly concerning world population growth trends, the recent rise of economic and cultural globalization, and ever-growing eco footprints and consumption of natural resources with this eye-opening thematic, inquiry-driven unit. This unit is part of a thematic, project-based course, Global Issues to Empower, a semester-long look at current events, human geography, and environmental science. Check out the Preview for a detailed look at this compelling unit or download
Viewing Guides with Answer Keys to both Globalization videos. 1. Crash Course World History #41 - Globalization I - The UpsideIn which John Green teaches you about globalization, a subject so epic, so, um, global, it requires two videos. In this video, John follows the surprisingly complex path of t-shirt as it criss-crosses the world before coming to rest on your doorstep, and eventually in your dresser. (Unless you're one of those people who never puts their laundry away and lives out of a lau
EconomicsInternational TradeExports and ImportsFree Trade and Trade Barriers This learning package focuses on the basics of international trade. It is easy to implement as a lesson or as self-guided work. The material is sequenced, scaffold, and simplified in order to enhance overall learning comprehension. Objectives: Students will be able to:· Define key terms related to international trade:free trade, trade barriers, absolute advantage, displacement of workers, trade deficit, international t
With this resource, students will learn all about globalization through reading engaging passages on differentiated reading levels. Students can respond to short-answer questions after reading. The questions are aligned to informational text reading standards. Teaching notes and lesson plans are included. This resource can be printed or shared digitally. What is included?+ Printable and interactive digital versions8 reading passages – (See topics below.)4 differentiated reading levels for each p
Updated! Engage students in a discussion of globalization and its impact on both American society and international relations. Lesson includes two-page student handout with graphic organizer, PowerPoint presentation, answer key.
Explore everything about our world’s current era of globalization with an overview of economic systems and macroeconomic basics, the role of international organizations and free trade agreements, cultural diffusion, and multinational corporations in this eye-opening inquiry unit that's perfect for your Human or World Geography course.This unit comes in both print PDF and digital for Google Slides.************************************Greatness is seeing one’s role in the world as part a larger sto
This is an introduction to globalization designed for a world history survey course. It discusses the implications of globalization as it relates to technology (as it advances and connects us), economics (as our international economies are tied, with a brief Persian Gulf War focus), and international security (with a focus on the War on Terror). You Get:☑ PowerPoint Presentation with Film Links (editable)☑ Cloze Notes (editable)☑ Foldable Timeline of the War on Terror☑ Answer Keys☑ Implementatio
This exploration in which students will explore where their stuff comes from is set up like a lab. Social studies students can use this exploration to identify how connected they are to the rest of the world in the globalization era. Students will collect and analyze data about clothing, food, and other consumer goods. There are almost three pages of teacher instructions attached.
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The assignment contains 28 questions about the positive and negative effects of globalization. Students will watch a 7-minute video clip and use an internet article to answer the questions. I have included an answer key. Please message me if you have any questions. *No prep lesson!*Engaging!*Editable Word Document*The document can be uploaded to your website or Google Drive; please make sure, however, that it is password protected.Topics/Key Vocabulary:Reasons for globalization Multinational cor
Reading comprehension worksheet on the Post-Cold War era and the key events that occurred during the time period.
Worksheets have key information and reading comprehension questions with space to answer each one right on the page.
The end of the Cold War
The Green Revolution
The Gulf War
Globalization, Trade, and Poverty: Crash Course Economics Video Analysis with Key- This is a 10 page document that contains a video analysis assignment and a completed teachers key for easy marking. It contains 36 questions based on The Crash Course Economics video: Globalization, Trade, and Poverty.
This assignment will ask students to go to YouTube and watch the Crash Course video: Globalization, Trade, and Poverty. The video will first introduce students to the United Nations Millennium Deve
Your shirt was made in Mexico and your shoes in China. Your CD player comes from Japan. You can travel to Moscow and eat a Big Mac there and you can watch an American film in Rome. Today goods are made and sold all over the world, thanks to globalization.
Contents : 6 pages
-Good sides of globalization
-Bad sides of globalization
The preview file contains a sample of the full contents. It is viewable but not printable.
Explore all that brings the world together with our Globalization 3-book BUNDLE. About this Resource: Start off by helping students make informed decisions about civil matters with Culture, Society & Globalization. Explore the negative impacts of the spread of Western culture to the rest of the world. Represent a nation during a United Nations meeting to draft additions to human rights law. Then, learn how the global economy functions and how the world relies on each other with Economy &
This lesson introduces the Suez Canal & explores its impact on the global economy. The activities are engaging for students & the guided, 5-E format is easy for you to use! First, your class competes in a “Race Around the World” to discover where everyday items are made, then examine how technology is shrinking our world. Fill-in student notes accompany the vocabulary & background information. Challenge students to predict how various situations in the Suez Canal can impact an interd
Visually-Stunning PowerPoint with Rock-Solid World History! Perfect for In-Class or Remote Learning. UPDATED for the 2019-2020 Redesign. This giant 375 slide PowerPoint carefully explores some of the issues and developments of the 20th and 21st centuries. The PowerPoint includes class notes, high resolution photographs, political cartoons, artwork and maps, dozens of primary source excerpts, and questions for classroom discussion. Topics covered in this PowerPoint include: I. Communication and
Captivate your current issues or human geography students with an eye-opening tour through the lives of fellow teenagers in China and India, comparing their education with the typical American’s, with the debate-inducing documentary, Two Million Minutes: A Global Examination.This hour-long film makes a great jumping off activity for incoming Freshman, for nearing-graduation Seniors, and any high schooler in between for any class ranging from Study Skills, World or US History, Human or World Geog
UNIT PLAN: GLOBALIZAITON AND CHANGE(SEE UNIT OUTLINE BELOW)UP TO 25 DAYS WORTH OF LESSONS!**lessons, documents, activities, projects, assessments**Everything you need to teach the unit - No planning needed!The following folders are included (one folder for each unit)Unit Outline - shows day to day activities and suggestions. See sample below.9 full period lessons - each in its own packet with a corresponding PowerPoint3Projects/research assignments/graphic organizersVideo LinksVocabulary handout
I use this as an introduction to 2nd semester of my World History class. Students begin to learn about the interconnectedness of the world and how the actions of one country can impact others.Includes:Online Collaborative Activity with Activity SheetStation Activity and Globalization FoldableGlobalization "Poster"Final Reflection with Rubric
This presentation uses chocolate as a case study to help students understand the processes associated with globalization. Students will discuss the differences between free trade and fair trade and spend time analyzing the life cycle of a chocolate bar -- in other words, they will understand how globalization requires multiple steps in order to take a product from an agricultural crop to a chocolate bar on a store shelf thousands of miles from its ingredients' places of origin. Includes tips for
Teaching interdependence is a tough subject. It's even difficult for adults to grasp the enormity of this topic! I designed this packet to be a simple introduction to economic interdependence and globalization. It satisfies the core standards to teach how technology has shaped globalization. The packet can be used as a classroom topic or as independent work. A full answer key is included.The average lexile score for the packet is 950 and appropriate for Grades 3-6.
Welcome to the NYS Grade 3 Social Studies Inquiries!Have you read through the Inquiries and don't know how to get started? Are you struggling to organize the content and engage your learners?Download the Inquiry from the links provided, print and prep all your needed materials, and you will be ready to go!Use a lapbook to guide your students through the Compelling Question, the Supporting Questions, and a Summative Performance Task.Each lapbook section is broken down by using the Compelling and
Students will learn about globalization and then will work collaboratively to research one problem affecting the world on a global scale, while simultaneously developing their writing proficiency. Upon completion of their research, groups will develop and execute and action project the support solving a global problem on a local level.Discussion questions are used to open each lesson, and students are to be given time to write out their answers before sharing their answers as a class discussion
This Web Quest is a perfect supplement to a high school history or economics lesson on economic globalization with a focus on the movement of manufacturing jobs abroad. The lesson begins with a class - wide discussion to prep students for the lesson's content and to gauge student knowledge on the topic. Next, a video link and a worksheet is provided that showcases how cellular phones contribute to global economics, in addition to discussing the role of job multipliers in shaping the U.S. economy