The course consists of ten hours of class + work at home (at least ten hours).

First, at home, you read (and take notes on) the relevant blog post BEFORE a class. Click on the titles below: 
  1. Globalization, a world of difference?
  2. Spreading the European model to Asia
  3. Map: a globalized world
  4. Flows, circulation and connections on a global scale
  5. Costco comes to France
  6. Globalisation, a vulnerable process creating economic growth
  7. The new Asian powers in the globalization process
  8. Inequalities caused by globalization, the forgotten countries
  9. How to boost employment, productivity and growth...
  10. Why is the WTO being contested?
Second, in class, you listen to the teacher's short lecture and take notes (the teacher will summarise and comment the information from a blog post). Note (and learn) new vocabulary!

Third, in your work groups, you read and analyse the documents from your textbook (you answer the questions together). The teacher will help you. Note (and learn) new vocabulary!

The course on globalization makes use of the following textbook:

Terminale, Classes Européennes, History Geography, Hatier (Chapter 6, pages 70 to 83).

Finally, you revise the course contents, ready for the Bac exam! Be sure to check out the exam practice documents on this blog!

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