DISTANCE LEARNING Crash Course Economics Worksheets Episodes 21-25 BUNDLE

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    5 separate worksheets -- one per episode, with all questions provided both with and without time stamps! Each packet provides both a one-page worksheet to save paper, as well as a larger-format version with plenty of room for student answers! Extended thinking prompts included for every episode!

    ALL WORKSHEETS CAN BE DONE FULLY ONLINE AS TPT DIGITAL ACTIVITIES! Perfect for distance learning or a paperless classroom! To get started, just look on the product page of each resource for the link to do online!

    Makes it easy for economic and business classes to step outside the textbook and use highly engaging video content! Convenient for teachers -- minimal prep yet high student engagements! Full answer keys included!

    TEACH WITH INSIGHT AND HUMOR USING CRASH COURSE ECONOMICS!

    Few classroom strategies are as successful as this simple approach: make learning fun! Unfortunately for economics teachers, many students think of this subject as one of the most dry and boring courses ever. The good news is, it doesn't have to be this way! One easy way to increase student enjoyment while still keeping them deeply engaged in highly relevant subject matter is to show the class episodes of the excellent free online series Crash Course Economics.

    The script of each episode is packed with humorous observations -- ones that help to make strong points about the economic concepts under study. Students like watching the series, which means they pay attention to it and learn! Just as importantly, this series has a way of presenting economic models in a clear, concise way using examples and anecdotes that high school students can *really* relate to!

    Produced by PBS Digital Studios, each episode of Crash Course contains about 10 minutes of content plus a brief time for the credits. Episodes are available for free on YouTube at the following playlist:

    Crash Course Economics

    If you are new to Crash Course, I encourage you to watch a few videos as soon as you can. I expect you'll be just as enthusiastic about the classroom possibilities as I am!

    ABOUT THESE CRASH COURSE ECONOMICS WORKSHEETS

    About These Worksheets

    • Each worksheet focuses on a single episode of Crash Course Economics and typically contains between 10 and 20 items for students to complete.
    • Perfect for distance learning or a paperless classroom! To get started using the worksheet as a TpT Digital Activity, just look on the product page of each resource for the link to do online!
    • Worksheets are formatted to fit on one page for easy copying or printing.
    • A large-format worksheet is also included for each episode. It spans multiple pages, but gives students a lot more room for their answers.
    • Both the one-page and the large-format versions are provided both with and without time stamps so you can choose what works best for your students!
    • A detailed answer key is provided for each episode.
    • In addition to the regular worksheet items, open-ended extra credit or discussion items are also included for each and every episode. These require students to apply economic concepts to real life and use critical thinking skills.

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    EPISODES INCLUDED IN THIS CRASH COURSE WORKSHEET SET:

    • 21 Market Failures, Taxes, and Subsidies

    • 22 Environmental Economics

    • 23 The Economics of Education

    • 24 Revenue, Profits, and Price

    • 25 Monopolies and Anti-Competitive Markets

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    CREATED WITH STUDENTS AND TEACHERS IN MIND

    All Crash Course Economics Worksheets feature questions presented in video order so that students can easily follow along, but these worksheets are not mere outlines that merely ask students to generate their own notes. Instead, they focus in on the key economic issues that students should master!

    ARE TIME STAMPS A PRIORITY? HERE YOU GO!

    Teachers who like to provide time stamps for video questions will find the work already done for them in this resource! A worksheet without time stamps, however, is also included for each episode.

    For your convenience, both the one-page and the large-format worksheets are included both with and without time stamps!

    IDEAS FOR USING THESE CRASH COURSE ECONOMICS WORKSHEETS

    Only a teacher knows what constitutes best use for a particular class, but I always find it helpful to see what creative approaches other teachers are using. Here are some good options for these worksheets.

    • Print off copies and have students complete them as they watch the video.
    • Assign the worksheet to be completed online as a TpT Digital Activity -- look on the product page for the link to use online to get started!
    • Accommodate students and differentiate learning: If students claim that the worksheets "go too fast," assign them to do only the evens or only the odds. After watching the video, pair students up to discuss and fill in missing answers.
    • Even more differentiation: Create basic and advanced levels from the same worksheet: This is easily done by declaring that the "basic" level is odds-only (or evens-only) while the "advanced" level consists of all the questions.
    • Encourage students to challenge themselves to do the advanced level by offering extra credit or by announcing that the basic level can only earn a C at best, but A and B grades are available at the advanced level.
    • Use a preview/review approach, using the worksheet as an anticipatory set!
    • Run a game show: Have students watch the video carefully and take notes. Form groups afterwards and have them pool their notes, briefly discussing the whole video. Pass out the worksheets only AFTER this discussion and have each group fill out one collaboratively. Go over the answers out loud, calling on groups to respond. This option means making fewer copies: only one per group.
    • Run a multi-round game show: Print out only one copy of the worksheet and cut it apart to make question strips. Have students watch the video carefully and take notes. Form groups afterwards and have them pool their notes, briefly discussing the whole video. Ask the questions out loud, handing the question slip used to the group that first supplies the correct answer. In this way the question strips become a point counter to keep track of group progress. After all questions have been used, have each group ask each of their questions of the other groups -- this provides an additional level of review and gives groups a chance to recoup points they missed on the first round. This option means making only a single copy!
    • Let students self-assess their learning: Print out one worksheet per student, but hang onto them until students have finished watching the video. Then pass them out and have students work in pairs or individually to see how much they remember. Watch the video a second time to let them fill in the gaps. Finally, go over the material aloud to review with the class and let them fill in the blanks.
    • Use worksheets as a traditional quiz: As above, but collect papers for grading before going over the items aloud.

    I am sure there are many more fun and engaging ways to use these worksheets, but I do hope that you find them useful and that the video series helps you keep student interest in business and ecomomics high throughout the year.

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