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This is a very simple worksheet that gives a brief introduction to the Cold War and describes the differences between communism and capitalism. Students use the graphic to complete several analysis and compare/contrast questions. This is an excellent homework activity for students to complete on th
Introduce the similarities and differences between types of economies around the world with this 5-E guided lesson! Everything you need is included to easily teach about economic systems! “Think About It…” questions, “Say Something…” prompts & a “Show What You Know” game keeps your students enga
Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE) addressed with this activity:SS7E3 Describe factors that influence economic growth and examine their presence or absence in Nigeria, South Africa, and Kenya. a. Evaluate how literacy rates affect the standard of living. b. Explain the relationship bet
Political Systems and Economic Structures handout setStudents complete a chart using their textbook or research on the four basic economic systems: tradition, command, market, and mixed economies. The other page of the graphic organizer includes six basic political systems: republic, constitutional
Where would you move to in the world if you took and objective look at countries from 5-6 different criteria? That is goal of this lesson. Sick about talking about just the theories of economic systems? Want students to practice using, citing, applying, and analysing statistics to determine what
Grades:
9th - 12th
A 15 term crossword puzzle about different political and economic systems in the world. The terms come from my informational text articles about comparative political and economic systems. Can also be used as a Webquest using the ushistory.org website under the free textbook tab! Check out the artic
Using Google Draw compare and contrast the types of economic systems: traditional, command, market economy, and mixed economy.
This activity is perfect for distance learning, a unit review, or even a unit preview! In this activity, students will choose 10 KEY TOPICS they believe are important to an era in US history. Then they will explain the importance of each topic in only 1 sentence. Summarizing in this way will require
Powerpoint comparing different economic systems: socialism, communism, and capitalism.
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Grades:
12th
This product can be used either as an assessment for a unit on Economic Systems or it can be used as a graphic organizer for research on economic systems. This item ensures students are aware of the differences between economic systems and where different economic systems exist. Additionally, the or
Grades:
6th - 7th
This informational text on economic systems a great resource for any teacher covering economics, government, or trying to get students working with more informational text.*5 reading comprehension questions, with answer key, included.*MS Word for easy editing.*Great resource for SAT test prep.
This covers-National Trade-Barriers to International Trade-Financing Trade-Market Economies-Command Economies-Mixed Economies-Developing Countries-And More35 multiple choice questions with an answer key
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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Cornell, or two-column, notes are a great way to improve metacognition, as well as organizational skills. Notes include charts, graphs, photographs, primary sources, colored detail, vocabulary and definitions, depending on the section. Check back frequently, as notes sections are added daily. My Cor
Cornell, or two-column, notes are a great way to improve metacognition, as well as organizational skills. Notes include charts, graphs, photographs, primary sources, colored detail, vocabulary, and definitions, depending on the section. Check back frequently, as notes sections are added daily. My Co
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7th - 12th, Adult Education
Cornell, or two-column, notes are a great way to improve metacognition, as well as organizational skills. Notes include charts, graphs, photographs, primary sources, colored detail, vocabulary, and definitions, depending on the section. Check back frequently as notes sections are added daily. My Cor
Do you want your students to connect to major topics for the economic systems? This is the products for you! This worksheet and includes video questions that accompany the movie Antz as well as follow up discussion questions that your students can use to reflect on their learning. Included in the
This resource can be used to compare the economic systems of Capitalism, Socialism, and Communism. There is also a chart for students to fill out that can guide discussion or be used to review at a later time.
In the Grade 8: Global Inequalities – Economic Development and Quality of Life unit students are asked to explore issues related to global development and quality of life. Students study factors that affect economic development and quality of life on a global level and examine responses to global in
This file is a resource pack about the basic types of economic systems found in the United Kingdom, Germany, and Russia (as outlined by the Georgia Standard of Excellence – SS6E7). The notes include important facts and key vocabulary. There are also many useful graphic organizers and creative activi
This file is a resource pack about the basic types of economic systems found in Israel, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey (as outlined by the Georgia Standard of Excellence– SS7E4). The notes include important facts and key vocabulary. There are also many useful graphic organizers and creative activities inc
This file is a resource pack about the basic types of economic systems found in South Africa, Nigeria, and Kenya (as outlined by the Georgia Standard of Excellence– SS7E1). The notes include important facts and key vocabulary. There are also many useful graphic organizers and creative activities inc
Blogs have taken off in the last few years. Make writing relevant to students by introducing the blog article format. In this project students will select two countries, one from each list (lists are provided) to use as their inspiration for a travel blog article. Students will then compare and cont
How does the factory system lead to economic growth in the Industrial Revolution. Students will explore this topic as they analyze images and read about the Industrial Revolution. They will share what they have learned with a group writing activity. This resource includes Google Slides™ and Jamboa
This unit is aligned with the expectations of the Ontario Social Studies Curriculum (Strand B: Global Inequalities).  This unit was designed during COVID-19, when teachers shifted from in-class learning environments to a Virtual Classroom. In this unit, students will study factors that affect econom

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