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

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  • IMF: The Importance of Global Cooperation

    This Online-Exhibit tells the story of the international monetary system, how it affects our daily lives, and the role of the International Monetary Fund in the global economy (2010).

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  • Fairtrade

    In diesem Modul geht es um die Unterschiede von Fairtrade-Produkten und solchen ohne dieses Label bezüglich der Arbeitsbedingungen im Erzeugungsprozess und der Qualität der Ware. Die Unterrichtseinheit wird am Beispiel von Kleidung durchgeführt und umfasst auch eine Internetrecherche und ein Rollenspiel. Zielgruppe: 8. Klasse (LMZ Baden-Württemberg 2013)

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  • International Trade Creates More and Better Jobs

    This lesson explores the relationship between productivity and international trade. Specifically, this lessons shows why there should be fewer trade restrictions rather than more (Council for Economic Education?, USA 2010-11).

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  • Developing countries in the world trade regime

    Free trade or fair trade? This unit will help you to analyse the relationship that exists between developed and developing countries under the World Trade Organization regime of Development Round negotiations (The Open University 2007).

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  • Limiting Trade

    Why do nations choose to limit trade? Students learn about the different ways to restrict trade and the effects of each of these restrictions, including who benefits and who is hurt by tarrifs. (National Council on Economic Education, USA 2007)

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  • Why Nations Trade

    What is comparative advantage and what are the benefits of trade? Students learn the answer to these questions and more through this simulation (National Council on Economic Education, USA 2007);  Glossary of International Economics (University of Michigan 2007)

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  • International Trade Creates More and Better Jobs

    This lesson explores the relationship between productivity and international trade. Specifically, this lesson shows why there should be fewer trade restrictions rather than more. (EconEd 2006)

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  • Syria Today: Diplomatic vs. Military responses

    Students learn more about the current conflict in Syria, and consider different points of view about how the U.S. should respond (TeachableMoment, USA 2013). 

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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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