In this learning activity you'll analyzes the structures and processes of religion within a global context.
In this learning activity you'll identify the counties with the largest Christian populations.
In this learning activity you'll identify the 10 countries with the largest Hindu populations.
In this learning activity you'll use a map to identify the 10 countries with the largest populations of Jewish people.
In this learning activity you'll analyze the structures of Buddhism and identifies the countries with the largest Buddhist populations.
Students view a world map and click on a country or continent to read about how the people there view time. A brief quiz concludes the activity.
In this learning activity you'll explore the five largest deserts of the world.
Students read about the use of business cards in various countries and the customs that Americans should follow when presenting a card in those parts of the world.
Learners read a list of issues to be considered when traveling internationally, such as the beliefs, communication styles, gift-giving customs, and entertainment preferences of people in various cultures.
In this learning activity you'll use a chart and a calculator to find prime numbers 1 and 100.
In this screencast, learners examine the kinds of physical and chemical changes that occur in substances.
Learn the definition of perception, its process and how it affects communication
Learners test their knowledge of demographics in the United States and in the world. Immediate feedback is provided.
In this screencast you'll define how perception influences your world view and learn the elements of the perception process.
In this learning activity you'll explore Russia's Lake Baikal, the largest lake in the world.
In this learning activity you'll discover different communication styles from around the world.
In this learning activity you'll practice your customer service skills in a number of IT real world job scenarios.
In this learning activity you'll apply information about three different sources of governmental power: Unitary, Confederate, and Federal to world governments.
Students read about the world's active volcanoes that make up the "Ring of Fire." In an interactive exercise, they locate these volcanoes on maps.
Learners read about the world's largest rain forest. A map is provided.