Children of all ages can develop their questioning, analyzing and debating skills which will help them with their reading and writing skills. Students begin by learning how a chocolate bar connects them to many different places in the world. Students will then debate on issues relating to cocoa bean production in a rural community in Ghana. Finally, students will compare Ghana and Canada’s role in the global economy through a research project.
Whose Decision is it Anyways?
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