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This is a fun project activity where students create a travel brochure for a chosen (or teacher-assigned) country. This project works well because the students know exactly what information that they need and where to put it on the brochure. It makes researching so much easier for everyone! There ar
This is perfect for students to come up with a good or service to "sell" with currency that they can make up to other classmates. They can first come up with a business plan and then create an advertisement to sell their product. This product has been updated to help you and your students prepare fo
Through this Business Plan your students will have the opportunity to create a company within a small group. Each company will create a logo, mission statement, and decide if they would like to produce a good or provide a service. They will work together to decide what resources they will need and h
This is an excellent organizer that captures the 6th and 7th Grade Georgia Social Studies Performance Standards concepts (ECON). The organizer helps students understand the following concepts: ECONOMIC SYSTEMS (including the Mixed continuum) THE FOUR FACTORS OF PRODUCTION TRADE BARRIERS Your stude
This foldable includes tabs for the supply, demand, scarcity, and opportunity cost. Although designed for use in an interactive notebook, the foldable can also be used alone. It’s a great tool for introducing economics! Students write the definition or draw pictures to remember what they mean, then
Don't miss this FREE pacing guide for your Personal Finance course. This curriculum guide contains unit breakdowns, topics for each unit, approximate number of days spent on each unit and topic, and links to products that fit with each section. This resource should provide you with a guide for scope
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This product is a complete curriculum for a half or possibly full year career and financial management course. It takes students from setting a career goal through to managing a budget. Over the course of the curriculum students will develop a resume, do interviews and create an excel version of t
Looking to eliminate the question "what are we doing today?" in your classes? Why not use a weekly newsletter. I use this newsletter/schedule to give my students a snapshot of everything we are doing during the week along with important weekly due dates and important class reminders. I like to print
AD shifts right and left, SRAS shifts right and left. Why is the AD curve sloped down, three reasons. Why is the SRAS curve sloped upward, demand pull cost push, resource costs. LRAS curve shifts, 5 AD/AS graphs for the AD/AS section and the Long-run effects
Use this PROJECT PROPOSAL form with your students to have them come up with a creative, innovative invention that they would propose on a Shark Tank episode. Their project goal is to become financially successful with their new innovative idea and the first step is to complete this proposal form. T
Definition of money, 3 functions, measurement Fed's 3 tools, Fed expansionary cause and effect, Fed contractually cause and effect, Federal Funds RateMoney Market GraphDemand for money cause and effectNominal and Real interest ratesBond PricesRational ExpectationsVelocity of Money
An engaging, relevant, and FUN lesson to teach all about consumers, producers, goods and services! Students will create, advertise, and sell a product. 3 pages for planning: Cost to create product; Product advertisement; Calculating a profit after the sale I would recommend using this packet to
This is a collection of basic economics definitions that I use with my seventh grade social studies students.
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This free resource goes with the Insurances, Taxes & Paychecks PowerPoint by the same seller. The note sheet is a fill-in the blank handout that allows students to focus on the lecture but still take notes by hand. The PowerPoint and note sheet helps students understand key terms for all level
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Included is a bundle that is used to introduce an on-level, regular economics course. Included are the following resources: Power Point Note Packet (used to supplement the PPT) Supply and Demand Test (51 questions)Supply and Demand Quiz (50 questions)Price Ceilings and Price Floors Quiz (25 question
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Why does your child need to know about SUPPLY and DEMAND?  Because unless you live on a deserted island, it affects practically everything in your life!  From the price of lemonade to how many Beanie Babies you can collect, to how many summer helpers the pizza store needs.  The forces of supply and
With this, you get three sheets of Doodle Notes for the three main types of Economies. Command, Market and Mixed. My students do not need to go in depth with the types of economies for our World History Curriculum but they do need to have a basic understanding so these notes worked perfect. For
This is a notes sheet with information on the different types of economic systems such as: What to produce? How to produce it? How to distribute it? Distribution = getting the goods to the people, Who will receive the benefits of the good/service produced?
This lists all the key terms and concepts students should know and understand for the AP Macro exam in May. This is a nice tool for students to use when studying and self-assessing their knowledge of all the content for the course. Teachers can use this check-list for pop-quizzes or confirming the
This poster shows pictures of U.S. coins and one dollar both front and back. It explains how much each coin costs, how to write in cent and dollar notation. It is very useful to show to primary students! You can put these posters around the classroom as a visual aid.
This is an empty chart just waiting to be filled in from your discussion of Market Structure! It includes the 5 main characteristics: number of firms, types of products, control over price, advertising (non-price competition) and entry into the market. I have included a column for examples of in
Economics and business - Resources. Specifically for Australian / WA Curriculum Year 5. Teacher notes with engaging student activities.
Economic philosophies of the Industrial Revolution (Socialism, Communism, Capitalism) as explained by pie! (Yes- the food!)Having trouble simplifying these complex economic theories? This 2 page document helps students to identify and better understand each theory and their role during the Industria
This tool was created to help students practice creating a simple business plan. The tool provides insight into what a business plan is, why it is needed, and guides students through the creation of the key areas that every business plan needs. Students will get to: ● Think critically to generat

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