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Lesson Plan Date: 10/25/2010 Grade: 12 th Grade Length: Day 1 - 50 minutes T heory(s): Social Constructivism Day 2 - 50 minutes Rationale: It is important to understand the effects of international trade on U.S. economic and political policies. Having an understanding of these effects will allow students to make more informed decisions about supporting or not supporting international trade. It is my goal to explain how international trade has affected U.S. history and how it can be related to economic issues that we are facing today. Objectives: Define and understand the concepts of free trade and protectionism Describe three main types of trade barriers Explain why nations impose different types of trade barriers Describe 6 key arguments by protectionist and free trade supporters Describe methods nations use besides trade barriers to improve and regulate trade Explain the effects of international trade on U.S. economic and political policies Explain the government’s role in setting international trade policies Prerequisite skills/knowledge: Any prior knowledge or established opinions of free trade or protectionism would be beneficial but not necessary.
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Key Vocabulary: Free Trade Protectionism Trade Barrier Tariffs Import Quota Voluntary Trade Restriction Embargo Materials: Discussion Continuum #1 and #2 (Continuums will be on board) PowerPoint Slideshow (Including printed copies for special needs and ESL learners)
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This note was uploaded on 02/09/2011 for the course EDSE 4070 taught by Professor Becker during the Spring '11 term at North Texas.

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