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High School Economic Systems BUNDLE
High School Economic Systems UNIT BUNDLE PowerPoints Activities Study Guide TEST includes: Unit Outline High School Economic Systems Engaging PowerPoint with Guided Notes and Quiz includes 50 engaging slides with a bell ringer, did you know facts, think about it questions, think pair share, stoppin
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Economics: Business Organization- Simulation, Video, & Activities
In this 12 page activity, your students have everything they need to learn about the various types of business structures/organizations (sole proprietorships, franchise, partnership, corporation) that exist and the advantages/disadvantages of each. In this activity your students will: 1) Complete a
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Economics: Mankiw's 7 Economic Principles "Student Stations Activity"
This 30 page lesson gives you everything you need to conduct a lesson/student activity on Mankiw’s 7 Economic Principles. The Economic Principles addressed in this lesson are: 1) People Face Tradeoffs 2) Our Choices have Costs and Benefits 3) Thinking at the Margin 4) Incentives are Important 5) Tra
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Resource Inequality: An Experiential Learning Activity for Middle or High School
We all try to create socially responsible and aware students. This activity, though nominally based around mural creation, is really an experiential learning activity about the effects of resource inequality and discrimination. It is one of the most effective ways of helping students understand th
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Socratic Seminar Materials for the Economics Classroom!
Greetings Friend! Socratic Seminar days are some of my favorite times spent in the classroom. After having them prep the class period (or two) before, I sit back and listen to their brilliance (while grading of course!). Even after teaching this course about 6 times, I still learn something new from

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Becoming An Entrepreneur Project
Entering the Risky World of Business: Becoming An Entrepreneur! This packet goes through the beginning steps of becoming an entrepreneur. With this resource, students will be able to create their own business, product, service, or innovation. This packet includes the following pages; -Introducti
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Flight to Freedom - Choose Your Own Adventure style video game handout
This handout presents the essential questions from the FREE Flight to Freedom video game, on the Mission US website: The “Flight to Freedom” interactive game and accompanying curriculum are designed to teach students about slavery and abolition in the years before the Civil War, and to simultaneousl
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Group World Diplomacy Game
This is a world diplomacy game where students attempt to maneuver through the complexities of world geopolitics and economies. It's a great game for all types of students and allows for flexibility in personalities. There are 90 territories and 19 oceans that up to six teams can compete and coexis
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How Dividend Reinvestment Plans Work - DRIP Calculator
This lesson is meant to teach financial literacy to students by showing how stock dividends and dividend reinvestment plans (DRIPs) work. It reviews the basic metrics that are relevant to picking a stock that is suitable for long-term DRIPing, and illustrates how these stocks grow over time - even w

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Moot Court – Teaching Teenagers to Argue ... in court that is
Your students will have the chance to argue 10 actual Supreme Court cases before a panel of three judges. The cases such as the 2005 Roper v. Simmons juvenile death penalty decision, address student speech, gay marriage, reverse discrimination, the right to bear arms, juvenile Miranda rights, the co
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Moot Court – Teaching Teenagers to Argue ... in court that is
Roper v Simmons and JDB v North Carolina are two cases about how juveniles are treated in the criminal justice system.These are actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. (See the Sample for a list and brief description of all 10 cases.)The
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Moot Court – Teaching Teenagers to Argue ... in court that is
Morse v Frederick (Student Free Speech ) and Trinity Lutheran Church v Comer (the Religion Clauses--Establishment and Free Exercise) are two cases about the 1st Amendment.These are actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. (See the Sample f
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Moot Court – Teaching Teenagers to Argue ... in court that is
Ricci v DeStefano (Equal Protection and discrimination) and Obergefell v Hodges (same-sex marriage and equal protections) are two cases about the 14th Amendment.These are actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. (See the Sample for a list
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Moot Court – Teaching Teenagers to Argue ... in court that is
NFIB v Sebelius (Constitutionality of the ACA aka Obamacare) and McCutcheon v FEC (campaign contribution limits) are two cases about the power of Congress.These are actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. (See the Sample for a list and br
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Moot Court – Teaching Teenagers to Argue ... in court that is
Maryland v King (DNA evidence) and Utah v Strieff (illegal police stop) are two cases about the 4th Amendment search and seizure.These are actual Supreme Court that your students will have the chance to argue before a panel of three judges. (See the Sample for a list and brief description of all 10
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Shelter: A Global Perspective
This activity illustrates the importance of shelter and the wide variety and types of homes and refuges. The shelter activity will show students that shelter is a human right and a most basic need. The objective of the activity is to display the diverse forms of shelter around the world and to inspi

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Create Your Own Country
After learning about physical geography, culture, industry, government, developed vs. developing countries and natural resources my students were given the task of creating their own realistic country. They were given 400,000 square miles (about the size of Germany) to put a country anywhere in the
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1920s & 1930s Europe Simulation
Simulation Activity This is a great activity to use with students when studying Post-WWI. In this simulation, students will get to make choices about their life in Europe while learning about life during the 1920s and 1930s. This is an excellent resource to use for regular, honor, or AP classes.
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