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McGaughey, Robert – History and Social Science Teacher, 1987
Summarizes a variety of classroom activities that have worked successfully in the teaching of Canadian-U.S. relations. Activities include lesson openers, cartoon analysis, student worksheets, board diagrams, and tips on field trips to the United States. (BSR)
Descriptors: Class Activities, Economics, Field Trips, Foreign Countries
Kendall, Diane S. – Intercom, 1981
Presents a learning activity in which secondary students read about and analyze the legal institutions of an African tribe called the Ibo. Students compare the Ibo's precolonial system of resolving disputes with the U.S. system. (AM)
Descriptors: Comparative Analysis, Cross Cultural Studies, Cultural Differences, Language Arts
Wojtan, Linda S. – Intercom, 1981
Presents a lesson for secondary Asian studies, U.S., or world history classes comparing U.S. and Chinese concepts of individual freedom. Students study and write essays on U.S. court cases concerning privacy. They discuss two articles about Chinese concepts of self and privacy and the role of Chinese study groups in resolving disputes. (AM)
Descriptors: Asian Studies, Civil Rights, Comparative Analysis, Cultural Differences