Lessons for Countries

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  • Who am I? - … on country research Make cards of target countries for drawing. Materials: Clues for 20 questions Instructions for country research Cards of target countries for … the students that they will be assigned a country to research. The target countries have been selected based on one common factor … given raise your hand if you can identify the country. (Note: some countries have more than one clue, use them if needed …
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  • How Many People Live There? - … the population density of a country ii. Calculate the population density of large cities in that country iii. Create an appropriate graph … students to discuss the possible ways a country might have a low population density. The country might: a) have a small total … them to discuss the possible ways a country might have a high population density. The country might: a) have a large total … , etc.) to demonstrate how the population of the country is disbursed throughout the country. A link could be made to social studies …
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  • Comparing Countries - … an opportunity to examine basic facts about two foreign countries and compare those countries with the United States. Your first step is … . Imagine that you had to live in another country for a while. Which country would you choose and why? How long do … site offering detailed information about every country in the world. Infonation: Choose Countries You can choose whichever countries and data you want, and …
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  • Around the World in 80 Days - or Less - … that no other team is going to that country. You may travel to the countries in any order you wish. Consider placing … engine that will allow you access information on countries. Just type in the country name. Earthwatch (http://www.earthwatch.com/) is a … such as travel videos of a particular country, travel magazines, etc. will bring the country to life. Teaching Steps: Introduction: Teacher informs …
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  • The July Crisis: Can You Stop The Great War? - … obtain for your country what it really wants and make some concessions to other countries Step 3: After your country has presented its … voting on the proposals from each country. Because some countries are more powerful than others, some countries will receive more votes: Germany (3 … countries publicly say and write. Often they have hidden agendas. Each country wants something, and they may use their alliance with another country
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  • Paris Peace Conference - … with fellow expert representatives of all of the countries present at the Conference. Each country has enlisted its finest minds to discuss … Treaty of to Expert Treaty terms by their countries Versailles Groups majority vote Country Discussion Delegations : Vote and provide written justification Top … it is in the best interest of their country to sign the treaty. Countries should decide by majority vote if they cannot …
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  • Cultures of the Continent - … the two characteristics between the two characteristics countries between the two countries. between the two countries. countries. ? Student ? Student provides three ? Student provides one … transition to a easier. transition to a foreign foreign country foreign country easier. easier. country easier. ? Student communicates ? Student ? Student has information in … Prompt: A distant relative from another country is planning to visit you in your class's country. Tell them about the different …
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  • Understanding Agriculture as a Political Tool - … - Referring to one's own country + To punish foreign countries for acts or policies which the domestic country does not agree with Identify … a foreign country to sell and therefore keep goods in country and maintain the supply of that good within the country o Import … war with that country Methods of Using Ag to Punish Foreign Countries @ Trade Embargoes - Refusal to export products to that country or accept …
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  • Continents - … to many countries. (Point to and name some of the countries of Europe.) We will learn more about two of the countries. Say … many countries. (Point to and name some of the countries of Europe.) Say: Today we are going to learn about the country of … learn about another country in Europe. It is an island country. Ask: Do you remember the name of the island country we learned about in Asia? (Japan) Say: The island country we …
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  • Food Secutiry/Insecurity - … undernourished population for the following countries. Country Canada India Egypt Range Country Mexico China Ethiopia Range b. List the countries where more than half … per person: b. Most of the countries are from what continent? c. List the countries that have less than 50 gm of … , Zambia, Zimbabwe b. Most of the countries are from what continent? Africa c. List the countries that have less than 50 gm …
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