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Twelfth graders examine the role of investment in an economy. They compare and contrast the different types of foreign investments. They also examine the differences between foreign direct investments and foreign portfolio investments.
Eleventh graders examine how nations around the world restrict the privacy of their citizens. In this American Government lesson, 11th graders compare the freedoms of US citizens with those of people living in other nations.
Students work in cooperative groups to choose a Native American tribe and make a historical fact book outlining Native American history. They include information on how the tribe was affected by the aggression of white settlers.
Fifth graders visit the Smithsonian website to search online for early photo archives about life in the mid-nineteenth century.
Young scholars explore relations among Taiwan, China and the United States in the 20th century.
Students research and deliver oral presentations discussing how state governors' attitudes reflect those commonly associated with their national party leadership. They synthesize their knowledge by writing essays on centrist politics.
Pupils discuss and analyze factors affecting U.S. foreign policy toward Liberia. They role-play various groups during 1900 who were concerned with the relationship between United States and Liberia as a "colony"
Pupils asses the ethical, ideological, and political advantages both domestically and internationally. They analyze if it is beneficial to have terrorists share information or not and consider what is fair or unfair punishment for them. They have to provide reasons to support their answers!
Students explore the non-partisan and disparate position the United States government and political figures are taking regarding U.S. military presence in Iraq. They analyze and summarize current accounts and coverage of the events in Iraq.
Seventh graders research the six European "postage stamp" (small) countries and research interesting facts about them. In groups, they are assigned to one of the six countries of Andorra, Liechtenstein, Malta, Monaco, San Marino, or Vatican City. On poster board, 7th graders create a postage stamp for their country.
Students examine the roots and resolutions of past personal conflicts in Macedonia. Students develop skits that reflect some of the central themes and issues involved in the Macedonian-ethnic Albanian conflict. They perform skits for the class.
Students engage in a lesson in order to analyze the energy needs of the United States and cover the possible future needs depending on the growth of technology. They cover the alternative energy sources and make presentations of the advantages of them.
Learners study term associated with Alaska Native history and contemporary societies. They focus on trends and themes related to Alaska Native history.
In this grammar worksheet, students read a review on quotation marks and punctuation. Then they read through ten sentences identifying whether the sentence has correct punctuation or not. If it does not, students fix the error(s).
Tenth graders experience first hand the complexity of the political process. They analyze the relationship between party policies and the political spectrum and develop an understanding of how Canada's laws are debated and passed.