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These cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about economics. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.These cootie catchers contain the following vocabulary terms: Capital resources, Natural resources, Interdependence, Barter, Income, Opportunity cost, Cre
Teaching students about jobs and income couldn't be easier with this jammed pack economics resource! This product contains easy to follow lessons to help you teach your class about economics. This product includes lesson plans, introduction slides, activities, worksheets, vocabulary, materials for e
Income and Wealth Inequality: 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 27 questions based on The Crash Course Economics video: Income and Wealth Inequality. This as
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9th - 12th
Add some fun Google Slides to your social studies curriculum with these digital economics activity packs. This bundle focuses on goods and services, jobs and income, needs and wants, producers and consumers, saving and spending, and barter and trade. This product contains fun digital interactive act
This lesson at the difference between income and wealth and how this has a major impact on the distribution of income in the UK. The lesson aims to help students cover the following objectives: * Students will fully understand the difference between income and wealth and how it can impact inequalit
Inequality is a big, big subject. There's racial inequality, gender inequality, and lots and lots of other kinds of inequality. This is Econ, so we're going to talk about wealth inequality and income inequality. There's no question that economic inequality is real. But there is disagreement as to wh
This product gives you the student handouts for research and the class debate over the Universal Basic Income. I use this template for the debate in Unit 1 of my AP Macroeconomics course, and my students love to research it, as it has many real-world connections of content to the first unit: the rol
Teaching students about jobs and income couldn't be easier with these Google Slides! This product contains fun interactive activities that students will love. Google Slides are perfect for a distance learning situation or for any classroom looking to add technology to their social studies curriculum
Inequality is a big, big subject. There's racial inequality, gender inequality, and lots and lots of other kinds of inequality. This is Econ, so we're going to talk about wealth inequality and income inequality. There's no question that economic inequality is real. But there is disagreement as to wh
19 Fill-in-the-Blank and Free Response Problems in video order, provided both with and without time stamps, along with 2 discussion prompts designed to help students use critical thinking skills to apply economic concepts! Includes both a one-page worksheet to save paper, as well as a larger-format
This Social Studies/Economics quiz Includes: 1. 20 Question Economics Quiz (Editable Word Document) which covers: Supply and demand Budgets Income and expenses Opportunity Cost Smart Planning Profit
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3rd - 8th, Adult Education
Income Taxes Foldable, Economics activity to support an Economics Curriculum or Personal Finance Curriculum. This instruction sheet and grading checklist will walk your students through creating a brochure foldable on Income Taxes. It is engaging, fun, and relevant. This is a great project activity
This resource enables you to have a structured classroom debate about the topic of universal basic income—is universal basic income a workable solution to income stagnation in the changing economy? This lesson begins with an activity to help students understand the concept of universal basic income
34 slide megapack that covers the whole topic of Income and Wealth Inequality / Distribution / Redistribution / Government Solutions. Can be easily broken down into separate parts, which include accurate, concise and easy to understand full coverage of the following sub-topics: Absolute and Relative
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11th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
100 slides on NIA, GDP and its 4 cousins, NDP, NI, DI, & PI. What is included and not included in GDP
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11th - 12th, Higher Education
This is a whole lesson on Poverty and Income Distribution (the Lorenz Curve). This is the third lesson on a series on development. It looks at the difference between absolute and relative poverty, economic indicators of poverty, and the Lorenz Curve on income inequality. The lesson also includes the
Inequality is a big, big subject. There's racial inequality, gender inequality, and lots and lots of other kinds of inequality. This is Econ, so we're going to talk about wealth inequality and income inequality. There's no question that economic inequality is real. But there is disagreement as to wh
This a whole lesson on Labor Productivity, Income and Substitution Effects. It looks at the productivity of labour and its effects as well as the supply of labour with the income and substitution effects. 19 slides + worksheet.The lesson includes:StarterLearning Objectives (differentiated)KeywordsG
Presentation outlining the difference between absolute and relative poverty, causes and consequences of poverty. Includes links to World Bank, OECD data and articles.
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11th - 12th, Staff
This PowerPoint was designed to teach students about the different types of income as well as the federal and state taxes that are taken out of their paychecks. Check out my other economic PowerPoints!
This is a whole lesson on the Measuring National Income (GNI) or GDP and the issues associated with making comparisons. The lesson looks then at the difference between nominal and real GDP as well as purchasing power parity (PPP). It is ready-made and requires no prep time. 21 slides + supplementary
Use this in conjunction with Crash Course Economics Episode 17 in order to make sure students stay engaged and keep track of the main ideas outlined in this video. Answer sheet is included.
Why Should stable prices be a macroeconomic goal? I mean, why do we even care about inflation? Are you beating inflation, or is inflation beating? There are three possible responses to this question. Give students time to give different opinions on what they may think the responses are. Possible
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Instructions--Note taking is an essential skill. At the college level students are expected to take notes from a live lecture with no aids (no Power-points or guided notes). This worksheet has been adapted from the “Cornell” format to help guide students through the note taking process. Each work

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