Ergebnis der Suche

Ergebnis der Suche nach: ( (Freitext: SCHULUNTERRICHT) und (Systematikpfad: POLITIK) ) und (Lernressourcentyp: UNTERRICHTSPLANUNG)

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  • Syria Today: What It Means to Be Syrian

    Students think about the idea of ”home” and what it means to be a refugee, learn about the refugee crisis in Syria, and hear the voices of Syrian refugees (Teachable Moments USA 2013).

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  • Peace Education 4: War, Peace, Violence, Conflict

    Basic course 4 takes a look at teaching in practice. Drawing on concrete examples, it presents approaches on how to deal with conflict in a constructive way as a core part of teaching peace ((Institute for Peace Education Tuebingen e.V. 2012)

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  • Peace Education 2: War, Peace, Violence, Conflict

    The second basic course addresses the core issues of peace, war, violence and conflict and investigates the findings of peace and conflict research (Institute for Peace Education Tuebingen e.V. 2012)

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  • The United States in Afghanistan: Analyzing Political Cartoons

    In this lesson students will explore viewpoints on the U.S. presence in Afghanistan, interpret political cartoons, and identify the techniques used by cartoonists (The Choices Program, Brown University, USA 2011).

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  • Terrorism Today

    In this New York Times lesson, students consider the presence of Al Qaeda in various countries. Working in groups, they investigate key people, places and institutions related to Al Qaeda and counterterrorism efforts, and create a maps or diagrams (2010).

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  • Trading Off: Examining Effects of NAFTA

    Students explore how the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has impacted the people and economies of North America and Mexico (The New York Times Learning Network 2002).

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  • Is Globalization a Dirty Word?

    Students will:Define globalization, growth, and poverty.Analyze data regarding the connection between poverty reduction, economic growth, and globalization.Summarize the benefits and costs associated with an increasingly global economy. (EconEd 2002-14)

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  • Tragedy in the Mediterranean

    In this New York Times lesson students consider both the human cost and the policy challenges of Europe’s immigration debate (2015).

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  • Western Union: Debating Benefits and Challenges of EU Membership

    In this New York Times Lesson students research the European Union and the criterion and ramifications of membership and hold a conference to debate the admittance of other potential EU countries (2010).

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  • Tragedy of the commons

    Individuals, acting independently, and solely and rationally consulting their own self-interest, will ultimately deplete a shared limited resource even when it is clear that it is not in anyone’s long-term interest for this to happen (Wikipedia 2010).

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