Included in this interactive are two videos on globalization, which are based on one of the lessons from the Focus: Globalization publication. Lesson 1: Why is Globalization So Controversial? provides an overview of the major issues that have been raised in the debate over globalization. The introduction video is of an educator describing how she teaches the lesson in her classroom. The classroom video is a demonstration of the lesson being taught to students.
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