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Guide for Teachers - Stars and Triangles - Classroom Games. A game called ''Stars and Triangles'' that introduces the concepts of absolute and comparative advantage in international trade.
Purpose: A game that introduces the concepts of absolute and comparative advantage in international trade. Learning Objectives: At the end of the game, students should be able to: Explain the principle of absolute advantageExplain the principle of opportunity cost and be able to do some basic calculations to work out opportunity cost ratiosExplain the principle of comparative advantageExplain the meaning of 'terms of trade'Comment on the role of power relations in trade Timing: 2 x 1 hour lessons Method: The concepts of absolute and particularly comparative advantage are often ones that present problems to students.
Round One The class is given ten minutes to produce the commodities - five minutes for stars and five for triangles. Round Two Each country is given a further ten minutes of production time. Historic Maps in K-12 Classrooms - For Teachers. Atlas - Xpeditions @ nationalgeographic.com. You may download this map, modify it, and use it in any way, provided that you charge no fee for anyone to view or use any item that includes or is based on this map.
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