Global Connections: Migration, Education and Trade
The food you eat, the clothes you wear, and the furniture you use. Chances are that all three of these things have been manufactured in countries other than your own, which means you interact with lots of countries before you even leave the house to go to school! We are connected with other countries through international trade of goods and services, education, and migration – including asylum seekers and refugees. This wonderfully animated Miniclip brings this myriad of global connections to life, and will encourage your students to start discussing the ways we are all connected, and the role we have as global citizens.
Production Year: 2017
Duration: 5 min
Printable Resources: Yes
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