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Economics PowerPoint. Defines economics, economics terms, and the study of supply and demand. Explains the traditional economy, and in simple terms the differences between three different economic systems: the market economy, which is also known as capitalism; the command economy, which is also know
This file is a great way to introduce your students to the concept of "literacy rate" and to show them how it impacts a country's standard of living. The notes include facts, vocabulary, statistics, etc. I use this file when teaching my students' about Europe, so there are 3 slides about UK, Germany
Description of Government, Why We Have Government and Overview of 4 Types of Government: Monarchy, Democracy, Dictatorship, Oligarchy. Visuals Provided Used to Assist in Center-Based Special Education Program for 6-8 Grade. Coincides with Colorado Social Studies Extended Evidence Outcomes for Com
This is for a 41 slide Power Point on the Great Depression/Dust Bowl/New Deal. I sell this Power Point in a my whole unit on the Great Depression so be sure to not purchase both. The Power Point goes through Causes of the Great Depression, examples of how people invested their money, Bonus Army, D
This presentation highlights major countries (Brazil, Peru, Colombia & Argentina), physical features, government, scarcity, imports & exports, and so much more of South America. There are five standards reviewed within this presentation of the Tennessee State Social Studies standards of 3rd
Economics, in the simplest terms, is the study of scarcity. It is important to understand that humans, and hence society as a whole, have unlimited wants but only limited means. As such, we cannot each “have it all,” and instead must make difficult choices. Whenever one choice is made, we necessa
Condensed lesson summarizing the Age of Information in American history. Topics include: Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, 2016 Election, Digital Age, The Internet, Cell Phones, E-Commerce, pros and cons of Globalization, and Free Trade. Includes editable PowerPoint, coordin
This package includes over 1,000 PowerPoint slides emphasizing key content for any high school Civics course. These slides are perfect for teacher-led presentations (lectures) and note-taking. I have used these slides for years in my Civics courses and update them each year with the most recent sta
Financial Literacy Unit We spend weeks going through the different pieces of this unit. This unit covers all first grade financial literacy standards. There are several picture sorts embedded in this PowerPoint as check for understanding. My students do lots of turn and talk during this unit, demons
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Business Principles - Lesson 6: The Private Enterprise Environment: This is the sixth of a series of lessons for a high school Business Principles class. The slides are intended for presentation during class lecture. Content covered: * The Rise of Industry in the U.S. * Agricultural Economy * Indus
Ditch the boring notes and use doodle notes to get your students excited about note-taking! Students fill in the notes and color or embellish them while you cover the material. This visual note-taking activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. Research shows that connecting images
Ditch the boring notes and use doodle notes to get your students excited about note-taking! Students fill in the notes and color or embellish them while you cover the material. This visual note-taking activates both hemispheres of the brain at the same time. Research shows that connecting images
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Business Principles - Lesson 5: How the Market Works: This is the fifth of a series of lessons for a high school Business Principles class. The slides are intended for presentation during class lecture. As a complement to the lecture material, the movie, Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory (1971
This PowerPoint address many topics. Six different government systems (democracy, republic, constitutional monarchy, absolute monarchy, dictatorship, communism) are explained and the slides include pictures to help students make connections. Economic systems (market and command) are also addressed,
This PowerPoint goes over all the key ideas to buying, selling, renting, or flipping a home. Seller recommends the free note sheet (by same seller) as a simple fill-in the blank note-sheet that allows students to listen to the instructor and take notes about the topic. This lesson will give studen
This semester-long unit includes several PowerPoints that correspond directly to the College Board's standards for AP Micro. The following topics are included with the purchase of this product: intro to economics, comparative advantage and trade, production possibilities curve, S&D, factors of
Lecture covers the topics of exchange rates, trade barriers, argument for free trade, and comparative advantage.
This presentation highlights major countries (Egypt, Libya, Kenya, and South Africa) by location, discusses how the people of Africa use their physical environment for survival, scarcity, imports & exports, and so much more of Africa. There are five standards reviewed within this presentation of
The PowerPoint is an introduction for students to learn how they can buy and sell cars. Great for personal finance, living skills and real-life applications. This PowerPoint presentation goes with a free fill-in note sheet by the same seller. Key words are in a different color to allow students t
Economic Terms PowerPoint. Fundamental basic economic terms such as market economy, mixed economy, and command economy, capitalism, communism, Karl Marx, Joseph Stalin, socialism, tariffs, free trade, supply and demand, and trade barriers. Please see full preview. Note: animations do not show in the
A 11 slide powerpoint presentation complete with information that correlates with the SOL standards, pictures, and questions to ask as you go along. This covers everything that the VDOE has listed in the Curriculum Framework. You can use this to introduce the topic or you can use it for review.You c
Think about how much time and effort students spend in school to get prepared for their professional career, and then think about how much time and effort they spend to lean the financial basics and prepare for their financial life. Most people run through K-12 to college without taking a single fin
This bundle includes all the activities and lectures for Key Period 3 (1754-1800) from the 2016 redesigned program. Unit Activities included: * Key Period 3 Vocabulary and Essential Questions * Key Period Timeline Lessons include: * Seven Years' War PowerPoint Lecture * Road to the American Revo
IT'S FINALLY HERE!Every single lecture and activity that you need to teach an entire Macroeconomics course offered in a single bundle! There's nothing better out there. We guarantee it!Are you looking to add state of the art, engaging, and impactful activities and PowerPoints to your classroom arse

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