International Business Teacher Resources
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High schoolers research and develop a plan for an international business trip. They conduct Internet research, prepare a structured itinerary, and develop an oral presentation that includes a pie chart itemizing the trip's expenses.
Students define and give examples of importing and exporting, then analyze the role of importing and exporting on employment. They outline the basic procedures for exporting in an international market. Finally, students utilize community resources to assist in preparing a business for exporting using the provided packet.
In this reading comprehension worksheet, students read the passage about a new city in Abu Dhabi. The reading is titled A Green City. They then answer the 8 questions pertaining to the passage.
Students read an article on the English language. In this ESL lesson, students explore the meaning of the term 'diplomatic English,' then complete several activities centered around the article. Activities include vocabulary, brainstorming, class discussion, writing an email and a quiz.
"We can sharpen our insights. It is not always war, insurrection, and disease." Leslie Dodson enlightens us to the impact that photographs have on our perception of a situation, and urges her audience to review our "ethics of seeing" when witnessing journalistic work. Your class will gain a better perspective of what they see portrayed in the media and the steps that have been taken to acquire such information. This is also an excellent way to address the distinction between research documentation and journalism.
After viewing clips from a documentary on factory work in China and US outsourcing, learners have a fishbowl discussion. They work in groups to build both personal points of view and strong arguments on the effects of outsourcing in China. This lesson includes excellent resources and wonderful discussion questions intended to engage learners in building an economic and global perspective of US business overseas.
Study the impact and possible outcomes of the Exxon-Mobil merger in your language arts, social studies, or economics class. Secondary learners evaluate a series of graphs, write a paragraph interpreting the data, and engage in class discussion of mergers after reading a New York Times article. Excellent material for working with informational texts.
Blast-off in the math practice space ship where central command contains a large selection of fourth grade problems. This app provides a wide variety of problems to keep any fourth grader occupied for a long while.
In this algebra learning exercise, students match the currency with the country of origin. They convert between that currency and the US using a foreign exchange conversion table. There are 35 questions.
Students explore the meaning of good manners and proper etiquette. In this behavior lesson, students read an article that explains manners in the social setting and workplace, then complete several activities that reinforce the reading, such as drawing a map, a vocabulary assignment, brainstorming, a quiz and a writing assignment.
Students compare the antitrust case against Microsoft with other historic antitrust cases. After exploring the notions of capitalism, monopolies and trusts, students examine the current case against Microsoft.
Students first participate in an in-depth discussion about capitalism, monopolies, trusts, mergers, and the Sherman Antitrust Act. They work in groups to investigate past examples of corporations tried for antitrust act violations.
Students examine the significance and effects of outsourcing jobs to India and Malaysia. They conduct Internet research, create a map and a timeline, write an editorial of their view on the use of outsourcing, and participate in a class debate.
Setting goals, career exploration, and self-awareness are three major components found on the path to college. A wide variety of wonderful teaching tools are provided to help you facilitate an understanding of how simple it can be to plan out an academic career. Planning cards, charts, activity procedures, and web links makes this a handy resource, focused on getting your class ready for college.
Learners study the Dominican Republic through watching and discussing a video about the country and its people. They explain life in the Dominican Republic and describe the emerging picture of the Dominican Republic as viewed through multiple data sources (the video, demographic data, maps, and direct observations of Peace Corps Volunteers).
Students examine primary source materials on the Dominican Republic in an exploration of how environment influences lifestyles. They compare and contrast life in the Dominican Republic with life in the United States.
Students familiarize themselves with the geography and culture of the Dominican Republic. They use primary source materials on the Dominican Republic to explore the question: How does where you live influence how you live? They describe the geography and climate of the Dominican Republic.
Students take a closer look at the balance of trade. For this current events lesson, students watch PBS video clips about American trade with China. Students research Chinese production and consumerism in order to determine how world trade has been affected by growth in Chinese production activities.
Students investigate economic growth in China. In this current events instructional activity, students review a news report about the 2008 Summer Olympics in China and the push for young people in China to learn the English language. An activity worksheet is included with the instructional activity.
Students explore international trade and foreign exchange markets. In this Economics lesson, students explore the nature and history of international trade and examine the nature of imports and exports. Students convert between U.S. dollars and Euros.