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A five speaker, three page reader's theater for students to perform. It includes the concepts of supply and demand, boycotts, embargos, scarcity, needs and wants, goods and services, and interdependence. It meets the third grade Georgia social studies standards for economics, but could easily be a
This four-part readers theatre is a great way to incoporate your social studies unit of goods and services into your reading instruction. Designed for four readers, this readers theatre allows students to work on their reading fluency in a small group setting.
Readers' Theater script and follow-up activities for use in the elementary classroom. Students learn social studies content, focusing on economics and scarcity, while developing their reading fluency skills. Vocabulary words and follow-up activities included. Listed concepts consistent with Backw
This is a reader's theater script for 2nd-3rd graders. It is based on the story "Pig Pig gets a job" by David McPhail. Pig Pig wants to earn money, so his mother suggests he do some work. Students learn about being responsible and earning money, while practicing their fluency skills with this ent
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Using this easy-to-execute lesson plan, students will explore incentives and disincentives through a classroom experiment. Students will first volunteer for certain classroom helper positions. The teacher will then change the conditions (i.e. incentives) for the various positions. Students will pred
Entrepreneurship Readers Theater Script, "Turkey Dreams"—with Flexi-Curric™*A Readers Theatre Script By Carol Montgomery(updated February, 2018)"Once upon a camel there rode a turkey…".  So starts "Turkey Dreams," a fun Readers Theater script that encourages entrepreneurship and positive qualities o
Based on the 2008 events on Wall Street this 5 character, 3 minute script with song suggestion presents the parallels and differences between a modern day financial crisis and God's bail out of the human race by sacrificing his son. Check out these products Persian Palace Poisonings freebie role pl
Are You An Economic Nerd? is a fun interactive writing exercise that will certainly engage your class. I have designed this particular lesson to focus on identifying Economic Principles and applying concepts of Supply and Demand through the façade of having students becoming ECONOMIC NERDS. This l
Ten Readers Theater scripts teach Social Studies content to first and second graders while providing reading fluency practice. Each script comes with a list of concepts that can be used as “Enduring Understandings” for Backwards Design, reading/vocabulary words to review during the introduction pha
A 5 minute lecture with easy to understand illustrations on Adam Smith and his idea of the Invisible Hand
This activity was created to have kids design and explain their own businesses. I paired it with the story Kids Did it in Business. This story is part of 3rd grade Open Court. It would also be great to go with a classroom economy lesson. This includes: Teacher Notes with Website Links to support t
Play on 1899 Newsies Strike Current Child Labor Laws Summaries of 8 famous strikes by Labor Unions (Haymarket, Coal, Pullman, RR, NFL, etc) Questions Labor Unions
This is a super exciting resource that will help your students:Learn how to earn and manage moneyUnderstand the Social Studies and Reading connectionBuild reading fluency by performing a reader's theaterGain confidence as readers and in front of an audienceLearn to work togetherReflect on their new
The Industrial Revolution - you want to keep it simple because your students only need basic information. Here’s the unit for you - “Invention: Key to the Industrial Revolution - Meet the Big 12.” After a brief introduction of what the Industrial Revolution was, how it came into being, and how it
This lesson plan was designed for students in grade 2 in order to assist in their understanding of economics concepts. Students experience the roles of producers and consumers. Concepts of supply and demand; natural, human, and capital resources; goods and services; use of barter, money, and scarci
This is a 5 minute talk/lecture for teachers to use to set up the unit on European Colonization.
This lesson is designed to pair with an online interactive lab on pbs.org. It explores what forces and loads are present in various kinds of structures. In addition it offers the opportunity to look at types of materials that are typically used to create a structure and the strengths and weakness o
This Model Essay answer could be used in A Level or IB classes to demonstrate how to write an effective essay in the Business Economics/Theory of the Firm unit. It comprises the following two-part question, answered to a standard likely to score top marks in CIE, AQA, IB or other syllabuses' markin
I will basically work more on computer science and bussiness
This is a great way to let the students do the work and create their own radio show. The lesson is designed for students to work in pairs or by themselves and create a fun and informative radio show. The students spend about 1 to 2 weeks writing up a script, bolding vocabulary and sharing with the
An original play to help elementary students understand economics.
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DO SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN CLASS TODAY! How about teaching content AND solve a murder? A crime has been committed. As students sift through the clues they are going to role play within the content you are teaching. This murder mystery covers NAFTA and other industrialization content from AP Human
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In this activity, students work in groups of four to create a weather report of the economic conditions. They use creativity and humor to apply their understandings of recessions and inflationary gaps as extreme "conditions" in the "forecast" of a desired region.Within this report, students explain
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Teach students how to properly write a resignation letter using this simple template.

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