The Global Village and Trade
Students analyze maps of trade patterns between the United States and other nations and identify factors that may influence the production of goods.
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Students analyze maps of trade patterns between the United States and other nations. They explain the terms complementarity, transferability, and intervening opportunities and explain factors that may influence the production of goods.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History