Coaching Winning Model United Nations Teams

`

Coaching Winning Model United Nations Teams

A Teacher's Guide

Ed Mickolus and J. Thomas Brannan

232 pages

Paperback

July 2013

978-1-61234-603-8

$19.95 Add to Cart
eBook (PDF)

(Requires Adobe Digital Editions)

July 2013

978-1-61234-604-5

$19.95 Add to Cart

About the Book

By some counts, Model United Nations (MUN) has become the single most popular extracurricular academic activity among high school students. More than two million high school and college students have assumed the roles of ambassadors from real United Nations member countries, participated in spirited debate about the world’s most pressing issues, and called, “Point of order, Mr. Chairman!”
 
Now, in Coaching Winning Model United Nations Teams, Ed Mickolus and J. Thomas Brannan give MUN teachers and coaches the information they need to succeed. In this informative volume, the authors (MUN coaches themselves) provide detailed guidance for each step of the MUN path, from the first meeting in the teacher’s classroom to the final days of an official MUN conference. Coaches will learn about the ins and outs of parliamentary procedure and the most effective ways to help their students draft position papers and resolutions. Most important, Mickolus and Brannan illustrate the many ways that teachers can inspire their students to take an active role in making the world a better place. By the time their students move on, MUN coaches will have instilled in them such important qualities as empathy, self-confidence, and grace under pressure.
 
Coaching Winning Model United Nations Teams is a fun, useful guide for teachers and coaches who are working to help develop tomorrow’s leaders today.

Author Bio

EDWARD MICKOLUS is the founder and president of Vinyard Software, Inc., and served in analytical, operational, and management positions at the Central Intelligence Agency for thirty-three years. He is the author or coauthor of two dozen books, including The Terrorist List; The 50 Worst Terrorist Attacks, 1960–2014; and The Secret Book of CIA Humor.

Also of Interest