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TakingITGlobal: Orange Revolution

This site will have students making decisions that can lead to either peace or riots.
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Want to stop a revolution? This site will have students making decisions that can lead to either peace or riots. This learning game has students simulating the Orange Revolution that took place in Ukraine in 2004. Students try to avoid the revolution by making a series of decisions that lead to a peaceful presidential election. Students have to understand the state of affairs in the country at the time in order to keep peace.

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