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Uneven development and the 2012 Games

Paula Cooper

This article provides some teaching ideas for using Gapminder and Worldmapper resources to explore uneven development in the context of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

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  • Page Numbers: 21, 22, 23
  • Volume: 37
  • Issue: 1
  • Date: Spring 2012

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Extra Resources

Competing Country Cards - Lesson resource for looking at development and the Olympic Games. - (members only)

Creating a Bubble Graph - Guidance for creating a bubble graph from the Gapminder website. - (members only)

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Stephen Thomas

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The only down load that works on connected to this article is the Competing country cards

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Hi Stephen

I've checked the download and it seems to be working for me, but please let me know if you're still struggling and I'll email you a copy over -


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