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Globalization Economics Lesson Freebie!

Globalization Economics Lesson Freebie!
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Greetings Friend!

Looking for an engaging, student-centered, FREE lesson on globalization with a shout out to multinational corporations? Want your students to dig deep on the pros and cons of globalization while analyzing actual quantitative and qualitative data? This lesson is for you!

This lessons includes a brief, yet engaging, lecture with student fill in notes. The lecture includes opportunities for students to think critically and engage in conversation with their peers. Then students will research the pros and cons of globalization, ending with an analysis of their evidence.

What to Expect:

  • 1 Written Warm Up & Opening Activity
  • 1 Essential Question
  • Engaging Lecture with Thinking Activities & Think-Pair-Shares throughout
  • Student Fill-In Notes for the Lecture (including Warm Up)
  • Globalization Research Assignment
  • Suggested Lesson Plan

Materials Needed:

  • Class set of included worksheets
  • Computers for research

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Total Pages
8 PPT slides, 4 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
50 minutes
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