I see countries of Europe in different colors and they seem really stretched out of proportion. I see the title of the map is Economy-Total GDP output.
I think that the United Kingdom looks the biggest, but Germany looks pretty big too. I also think that Greece looks the smallest. I think GDP has something to do with money.
I wonder where the rest of the countries are for Europe? I wonder what the actual GDP is for each country? I wonder what exactly GDP is? I wonder what output mean?
I think that this map connects to the theme of region because these countries are all part of the European Union and there are countries that are missing and the ones that are missing are the ones that are not in the European union. For example, look at Switzerland, it is actually missing from the map and I think that it is not 100% in the European Union.
Aaron DeLane has worked in Kuwait, China, and now Germany at the International School of Dusseldorf. Every gray hair is a positive difference he's made in a child's life over the many years he's been teaching.