United States Foreign Policy

Policies of United States government which promote or fail to promote relationships with other countries—national defense, arms control, security of other nations, trade, human rights, economic sanctions, foreign aid, etc.—come under scrutiny in an activity that asks class members to evaluate how these programs link to US foreign policy.

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Instructional Ideas

  • Review the various policies before beginning the activity
Classroom Considerations

  • The 10th in a series of 19 related resources
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Pros

  • The four-page packet includes a brief plan and a template for the activity
Cons

  • Very little scaffolding is provided for the activity