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Go back to the year 2002 and analyze data trends related to international trade of goods and services. Great data and background information are provided. Learners use this to answer five critical analysis questions. Tip: Since data is from 11 years ago, why not conduct a comparative analysis with economic data from then and today?
Students describe how a country is currently engaging in international trade in terms of both imports and exports, as well as identifying trade barriers. They conduct research to identify the institutions and culture of a country. Using a minimum of five credible resources, Students create a storyboard outline for an international trade web page featuring the country researched.
Students make an inquiry of concepts through the answering of a series of questions that cover governmental controls. The concepts of international trade are covered The exchange rates of trade are used and the elemeents appreciation and depreciation of currency are covered.
You might get lucky and find that this economics review sheet corresponds with your unit, despite it pertaining to a specific textbook. It includes information on everything from protective tariffs to exchange rates, to international trade. There are no questions or activities, just notes
Students examine the international trade deficit in September 2002. Using the data, they identify the factors that could have caused the deficit to decrease since August. They interpret recent trends and changes in the amount of deficits and surpluses. They participate in activities to complete the lesson.
Students examine the international trade deficit in October 2002. Using the data, they identify factors which might have caused it to decrease by two billion dollars. They interpret trends and causes in deficits and surpluses. They participate in activities to end the lesson plan.
Students examine a case study discussing the international trade deficit. Using the recent trends they identify the reasons for the changes in the deficit. They particpate in various activities to help them with the concept. They also answer questions and discuss them as a class to complete the lesson.
Young scholars examine the international trade deficit in January 2002. Using data, they explain the decrease in the figures. They analyze and interpret other trends in trade deficits and surpluses. They participate in various activities and answer questions to end the lesson plan.
High schoolers examine the change in international trade data over recent years. After reading the case study, they determine the causes and effects of the changes. They participate in different activities using charts and graphs. They answer questions and discuss the answers as a class.
Students examine the increase in the international trade deficit. Using a case study, they determine the effects of the deficit on imports and exports. They analyze graphs and charts and discuss the implications of data announcements. They answer questions and discuss as a class to end the lesson.
Build literacy through social studies and reading strategies. This lesson plan focuses on using pre-reading, vocabulary building, and comprehension questions to boost literacy while educating learners on international trade, NAFTA, and tariffs. Hand outs, procedure, background information, and a number of web links are all included. A Perfect lesson plan for remedial or struggling students.