In class, all four groups will meet and negotiate a position paper that outlines the new sugar agreement, covering all five major issues.
You need to select any one of the three international policy issues, as introduced in Lesson 6. You need to do further research on your selected topic and write your essay.
Present the PowerPoint presentation. Questions are embedded in the slides. Use the glossary to define any unknown terms
Why do some countries want to open up their markets to free trade and others, not?
Who benefits from tariffs, export subsidies, import quotas, and voluntary export restraint? And who does not benefit from these trade policy instruments? Why?
This trade simulation allows students to role-play different partners in trade throughout history.
This is is a case study activity that addresses government control of trade.
Present the PowerPoint presentation. Questions are embedded in the slides. Use the glossary to define any unknown terms. Activities are included.
Why might countries want to control trade?
Who benefits, and who does not benefit, when a country controls trade?
What factors influences those benefits and detriments?
Students read the Dapice article on Nigeria’s food crisis and answer/debate the stated questions.