This lesson covers a variety of topics including giving students a reality check about how much it costs to live on their own, credit card debt, car and student loans, creating a budget, how to write a check, how banks work, compounding interest and the Rule of 72. This mini-unit fits in well with a
This scavenger hunt allows students to explore websites using links, or QR codes, in order to answer questions Economics, specifically supply and demand, goods and services and human vs. natural resources. This can be done at school, or at home, independently, in groups, with a teacher or parent, or
Crash Course Economics Video Analysis Bundle- All Keys Included
This 35 resource bundle includes video analysis assignments which cover the entire Crash Course Economics series. Students will use the internet and YouTube to take learning into their own hands and learn all about the often boring and
This activity has the students apply information gathered from a series of interviews (conducted by Forbes Magazine) to form opinions about what "The American Dream" actually is.
This could be used in American literature courses, or in American history or even economics courses.
Teaching economics or talking about how our current currency was created? This is a printable worksheet that students complete while visiting a website on the history of money. They must complete a timeline by stating the currency used at specific times and then answer comprehension questions about
This 27 question Great Depression webquest from History.com will take students through the following topics:Important dates and historical figures associated with this era.The years before the Great Depression.How the Great Depression started.President Hoover and President Roosevelt's different appr
How were people's lives altered by the Great Depression? What were their experiences? Why was it considered great? In order to answer these questions, students need to "meet" those affected. As a young person in this time period, students will describe their "personal" experience during the Depress
Woo hoo! Finally, a fun and engaging way for students to explore and learn about the different types of economic systems. This economic systems webquest will engage your students in reading nonfiction texts, watching videos, and answering standards - based questions in order to learn about the tradi
This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the Wall Street Crash of 1929.
This activity is very easy to use. All you have to do is print off the primary source from the following website for classroom use or direct students to the website to answer the worksheet
This webquest & analysis allows students to research information about the geography, economy, government, history, and culture of individual countries in East Asia. First studentes research specific information on the topics within a country and then answer the follow-up analysis questions whic
I use this activity in my Economics classes to show students how much they will pay in taxes in their future jobs. Business, Math and personal finance classes could use this activity in their classes. The lesson is designed to have students choose to possible professions, research the salary of th
This four part webquest bundle will address what happened before the Great Depression, the Great Depression itself, and two events that happened to end this historic era! After completing these four webquests, students will have a well rounded and thorough background of this time frame in American h
The Roaring Twenties Webquest and Video Analysis with Key- this is a 14 page document that contains a webquest and a completed teacher’s key for easy marking. It contains 36 questions based on a Crash Course U.S. history video and the history.com website.
Students will begin this assignment by wa
Globalization, Trade, and Poverty: Crash Course Economics Video Analysis with Key- This is a 10 page document that contains a video analysis assignment and a completed teachers key for easy marking. It contains 36 questions based on The Crash Course Economics video: Globalization, Trade, and Poverty
The Cost of the Civil War Webquest: What did Slavery and the Civil War Really Cost? (Consumer Price Index Activity)Students will gain knowledge about the costs and expense of the Civil War by completing an internet-based worksheet. This webquest uses a consumer price index website to help students u
This is a research assignment and requires access to a computer lab. Students will use the instructions and support materials to find and compare the GDP and per capita GDP of 10 world nations. The assignment is designed to be used in an Economics course.
The New Deal Webquest and Video Analysis with Key- this is a 14 page document that contains a webquest and a completed teacher’s key for easy marking. It contains 42 questions based on a Crash Course U.S. history video and the history.com website.
Students will begin this assignment by watching th
This video worksheet allows students learn about the value of money and inflation. The video clip is about four minutes long, but it is packed full of information that will keep your students engaged.This video worksheet works great as a “Do Now Activity” or as a complement to any lecture or lesson
Incorporate technology into your economics unit of study with this goods and services pebble go internet activity. Students will go to pebblego and research goods and services.
This edition has pictures and multiple choice answers so it is suitable for younger students, students with IEPs, and ESO
Engage your students in your economics lesson with this pebble go internet activity to research needs and wants.
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Engage your students in your economics lesson on goods and services with this pebblego internet research activity!
Included in this bundle are two versions of this activity. The first version has pictures and multiple choice answers which is great for younger learners, ESOL students, or students wi
Economics Entrepreneurship Famous Entrepreneurs
Students discover what makes a person an entrepreneur. There is a Web Quest included to research famous entrepreneurs.
How to ge
The Great Depression Webquest and Video Analysis with Key- this is a 14 page document that contains a webquest and a completed teacher’s key for easy marking. It contains 37 questions based on a Crash Course U.S. history video and the history.com website.
Students will begin this assignment by wa
Digital marketing may be a buzzword, but the concept is here to stay! Whether you call these efforts online media, digital marketing, electronic marketing, or any other number of words, this tool is vital for a business. In this activity students will go on a web quest using a set of 10 guided resea