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What is globalisation

GLP logoWhat is globalisation?

Globalisation is a complex concept for learners. At KS4/5, one approach would be to provide the class with a full written definition at the very start of the first lesson. For example: ‘Globalisation is the increasing connections between places and people across the planet, established through trade, politics and cultural exchanges, and helped by technology and transport.’

View this animation to find out more about what globalisation is all about.

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