Teaching International Law

Teaching International Law

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What is international law really about? This set of lessons explains the basic workings ofinternational law at a level high school students can easily comprehend. Through classroomactivities, students learn about the history of international law, how international laws are formulated, problems with enforcing them, and the process of taking a case before an international tribunal. Human rights law, crimes of war, environmental law, and business law are also addressed. In addition students learn about the role of the UN and regional organizations, the International Court of Justice, the International Criminal Court, and special tribunals. Lessons are standards based.Geography. 13. Understand how the forces of cooperation and conflict among people influence the division and control of ... written, and visual language to communicate effectively with a variety of audiences and for different purposes 8. ... content about international law that students want people to know a€c A description of a problem or challenge in the field of ... of international law aquot; Teaching International Lawaquot; handout aquot;Brochure Coveraquot; optional cover template aquot; Scoring Rubricaquot; foranbsp;...

Title:Teaching International Law
Author: Caroline Starbird, Jenny Pettit, Laurel Singleton
Publisher:University of Denver, CTIR - 2004-01-01

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