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  • 1. Chapter 6 Global Connections
  • 2. Checking Vocabulary (P.123)
    • 1. benefits
    • 2. in turn
    • 3. goods
    • 4. fuel
    • 5. reduce
    • 6. tide
    • 7. harbor
    • 8. gap
  • 3. Checking Vocabulary (P.123)
    • 9. landlocked
    • 10. nutrients
    • 11. obstacle
    • 12. it goes without saying
    • 13. protectionist policies
    • 14. subsidy
    • 15. infrastructure
  • 4. Understanding Outlines (p. 124)
    • Look at the outline 1. Introduction: Benefits of Open Trade
    • Questions
      • What are the benefits of open trade for developed countries?
      • What are the benefits of open trade for developing countries?
      • What are the benefits of open trade for both coutries?
  • 5. Understanding Outlines (P.125)
    • 1. global trade
    • 2. more competition, lower prices, more consumer choice
    • 3. leaking boats, wider gap between rich and poor
    • 4. agricultural subsidies, hidden protectionist policies
  • 6. Understanding Outlines (P.125)
    • 5. create an economic climate in which people can move from agriculture to manufacturing and infotech;
    • pay attention to infrastructure and education, and persuade developed countries to drop protectionist policies
  • 7. Finding the Main Idea (p.125)
    • What is the main idea of the reading selection “Global Trade”?
    • Answer: “E”
  • 8. Understanding Inferences (p.136)
    • A, C, D
    • A, B, E
    • B, C, D
    • A, C, E