Genetically Modified Crops
High schoolers recognize the difference between negative and positive externalties. They diagram reasons for market failures pertaining to genetically altered crops.
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U.S. and Europe Online Lesson Plan
Class groups investigate the economic and political implications of a country's policies on genetically modified foods, craft a position paper detailing that policy, and share their findings with the class. Armed with this information,...
8th - 11th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
The Future of Food - Introduction
A highly informative, and thought-provoking video on the history of the growing and selling of food awaits your students. It's a topic not often covered in social studies classes, so this video could be a good addition to a unit on...
10 mins 9th - 12th Technology & Engineering