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This interactive map quiz can be used to test a student’s knowledge of the location of European countries. One needs to... see more

This lesson plan contains numerous activities for students to explore the spread of American culture throughout the... see more

This is a short quiz that tests one's knowledge of negotiation techniques in a variety of cultures. This could be used in... see more

This lesson focuses on the April 27, 2012, first (advance) estimate of U.S. real gross domestic product (real GDP) growth... see more

This site enables students to gain "hard knowledge" (facts, information, news, history, etc.) about China. It exposes... see more

Using poverty rate as a measure of development, students select countries five at a time to compare how resources are... see more

This interactive map quiz can be downloaded to one's own computer. Students can learn to place the countries in the... see more

This interactive map enables students to practice their skills of identifying countries in Asia. The free software can be... see more

This is a complete table of contents for problem sets or exercises associated with each chapter of a textbook on... see more

This lesson plan contains a series of activities in which students will learn about the role of foreign investment in an... see more

In this lesson plan students will learn about the impacts of globalization on the environment and how different societies... see more

In this lesson plan, students will be introduced to the issues of state sovereignty and governance of international... see more

In this lesson plan, students will learn about international organizations, specifically the International Monetary Fund... see more

This is a lesson plan that utilizes a linked article from November 2000. The purpose of the plan is to: 1. explain how... see more

This is a student guide developed by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's Economic Annalytical Unit.... see more

This is a game in which students may compete themselves or play with a classmate. It was designed for young children, but... see more

This map is an interactive exercise to place various features (mountains, rivers, lakes) in their proper place. At this... see more

This is a case study of the March 2001 increase in the balance of trade. The case provides graphical information about... see more

In this game, the student selects from three levels of play: easy, medium or hard, for geography. A list of four items... see more

This lesson plan takes students step-by-step through the theory of comparative advantage and gives them brief exercises... see more

In this lesson plan, students will learn how to define "trade surplus" and "trade deficit," recognize important U.S.... see more

In this lesson plan, students will learn about the differences between exports and imports, decisions made by... see more